23 May 2013: 2:58pm
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Plans for the world's largest commercial wave energy farm have been given the go-ahead.Read
MP Eric Joyce is facing breach of the peace charges following an incident at Edinburgh Airport.Read
Friends, family and soldiers have gathered in Midlothian for the funeral of one of three servicemen killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan.Read
Cutting the number of councils and health boards across Scotland could lead to better services and reduced costs, a senior police officer has suggested.Read
Campaigners for a nurse convicted of murdering four patients claim new evidence has emerged that challenges his conviction.Read
Police have named a boy who died following a crash between his bike and a mobile crane.Read
Edinburgh and Aberdeen had the best-performing hotels in Scotland during March, figures have shown.Read
Scotland's first charity-funded air ambulance helicopter is taking to the skies.Read
An eight-year-old boy has died following a crash between his bike and a mobile crane.Read
A man is in a serious condition in hospital after being rescued from a river bank.Read
Labour is to attack the SNP's record in Aberdeen ahead of a by-election in the city.Read
Scotland will be the first part of the UK to have a dedicated fund to help with the development of the wave energy sector, energy minister Fergus Ewing has said.Read
An eight-year-old boy has died following a road crash.Read
Scotland has failed to reach its full potential under Westminster rule, the First Minister has claimed as he launched a new paper on the economic impact of independence.Read
A father who died along with his two children after a house fire spent more than eight hours in his local pub the evening before the fatal early-morning blaze, a court has heard.Read
An 11-year-old girl who died on a school trip to the Scottish Highlands is thought to have suffered from a heart abnormality, it has emerged.Read
Opposition parties have criticised external affairs minister Humza Yousaf, claiming he has drawn "crass" and "irresponsible" comparisons between the Arab Spring and Scotland's own constitutional journey.Read
Efforts to promote science to young people will be backed with a share of £3 million, the Scottish Government has announced.Read
Scotch whisky Johnnie Walker has been named the world's leading alcoholic drink in an annual league table.Read
The BBC has pledged £5 million for extended coverage of the independence referendum.Read
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