22 May 2013: 6:50am
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The new Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has described her appointment as an "enormous privilege and honour".Read
The Church of Scotland will officially appoint its new Moderator of the General Assembly.Read
The number of people claiming extra handouts from councils to meet housing costs has soared following the introduction of the so-called "bedroom tax", figures have revealed.Read
A landlord has been jailed for violating fire safety regulations after a blaze that left two young jockeys dead, firefighters have confirmed.Read
The full list of candidates for the Aberdeen Donside by-election has been announced.Read
The first baby to be conceived using a breakthrough IVF technique will be born in Scotland next month, a clinic has said.Read
A woman has told a court that a man who allegedly set fire to a family home was warned by her partner not to use too much petrol.Read
A solicitor who tried to smuggle drugs and other contraband items into prison has been jailed for four years.Read
Independence campaigners have hit out at Ukip leader Nigel Farage's attack on "anti-English" demonstrators whose protests led to him being barricaded in a pub during a campaign trip.Read
The funeral of one of three soldiers recently killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan has taken place.Read
A new £120 million shared equity scheme designed to help home buyers shows that the Scottish Government steps in to help people in tough times, according to Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.Read
The crew of HMS Edinburgh have paraded through the capital to celebrate the decommissioning of the 30-year-old ship.Read
First Minister Alex Salmond has joined the SNP candidate on the campaign trail in Aberdeen Donside before next month's by-election.Read
The partner of a convicted drug dealer was "terrified for her daughter" when she learned he had gone to the police following a house fire in which three people died, a court has heard.Read
A British aid worker killed in Pakistan has been honoured with a posthumous award in recognition of his humanitarian work.Read
Correspondence sent and received by ministers' private offices is only held for three months unless it is considered a matter for public record, the Information Commissioner has found.Read
A leading heart hospital found to have the third highest mortality rate in the UK says it has reviewed its practices.Read
Ukip leader Nigel Farage has likened parts of the Scottish nationalism campaign to fascism after being rescued by police when he was mobbed by rowdy protesters shouting "racist Nazi scum".Read
A new method of producing 3D images could improve cancer screening tests, scientists have said.Read
Scotland's cricket team is urging more people from south Asian communities to join the organ donor register.Read
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