19 May 2013: 5:06am
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Further signs of growing housing market confidence have been reported as a property search website revealed the lowest level of asking price reductions in at least three years.Read
The Scottish Government says it has now received legal advice about an independent Scotland's membership of the European Union.Read
A convicted drug dealer sent a message to a woman who lost her family in a house fire, telling her that he was "going to do the right thing", a court has heard.Read
A man has been arrested over a stand-off in a pharmacy.Read
The independence referendum could be challenged by any member of the public who raises a substantial doubt about the fairness of its outcome, according to a legal expert.Read
Ukip leader Nigel Farage will visit Edinburgh as part of a plan to build on electoral gains in England and start winning in Scotland.Read
David Cameron has said he is "open to all ideas" on returning the Royal Bank of Scotland to private ownership.Read
A man and a woman have been detained by police after a three-hour armed stand off at a city centre pharmacy.Read
Police have surrounded a city centre pharmacy in an armed stand-off with a man and woman.Read
A police van responding to an emergency call has crashed with a car, injuring two elderly people.Read
A man accused of murdering a father and his two children wanted to be "the top man" of a town, a court has heard.Read
The next Moderator of the Church of Scotland was mistaken for a jewel thief when she went to a ring fitting with a duplicate of a missing Kirk treasure.Read
A 1980s edition of The Beano comic spotted in an episode of Dr Who has been reprinted for its fans, allowing them "to travel back in time".Read
A witness has been accused of repeatedly lying to police about a series of fires which ended in the death of a man and his two children.Read
Tributes have been paid to a retired university lecturer who died when he was trampled by cows.Read
A potentially deadly black widow spider shocked workers on a city industrial estate when they discovered it in a shipment from the US.Read
Computer hackers who considered themselves to be "modern day pirates" led sophisticated cyber attacks on websites and systems of major institutions including the CIA, Sony, the FBI and Nintendo, a court has heard.Read
Cardinal Keith O'Brien is to leave Scotland for several months after admitting inappropriate sexual conduct during his church career, the Vatican has said.Read
The number of IVF cycles offered on the NHS will be capped at two per eligible couple in an attempt to drive down waiting lists.Read
HMS Edinburgh has made an "emotional" final return to its namesake city.Read
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