20 April 2013: 4:08pm
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Ten people are being treated in hospital after a collision involving a heavy goods vehicle and a minibus.Read
The mother of two young boys killed in a canoe accident has said life without them is too hard to bear.Read
Scottish football supporters have been encouraged to drink responsibly and get behind the national team in the run-up to the first 2014 World Cup qualifier.Read
The regeneration of an area of Glasgow is being brought forward because of plans to host the 2018 Youth Olympics, according to the city council.Read
Broadcaster and naturalist Terry Nutkins has died months after being diagnosed with leukaemia.Read
Dozens of wind turbines will be built off the north-west coast of Scotland after being given the green light by the Energy Minister.Read
An international day to celebrate whisky held for the first time this year is to be an annual event.Read
A parliamentary proposal to prosecute Tony Blair for "waging aggressive war against Iraq" has been backed by Scottish nationalists.Read
The governing body of gymnastics has had its government funding suspended following a report criticising its management.Read
A leading businessman has declared his support for Scottish independence.Read
More tax breaks designed to bolster investment in North Sea oil and gas have been unveiled by George Osborne.Read
Chancellor George Osborne has insisted there is still an economic case for Scotland to stay within the United Kingdom.Read
A funeral is being held for two young brothers who died in a canoeing accident which also claimed the life of their five-year-old friend.Read
Older people being treated in hospital are increasingly more likely to have dementia that is undiagnosed, doctors in Scotland have said.Read
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