21 May 2013: 8:07am
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Landlords could now face legal action if they have not paid their tenants' deposits into a legally required protection scheme.Read
Renewable energy projects could create more than 10,000 jobs on the Scottish islands by 2030, according to a Government-commissioned report.Read
Singing star Susan Boyle has announced her first tour.Read
Royal Bank of Scotland bosses faced the wrath of shareholders over £607 million of bonuses awarded to executives in a year when it lost £5.2 billion - as it warned more jobs could be under threat.Read
Two balding brothers have made hair transplant history by undergoing the procedure at the same time.Read
Part of a busy shopping centre has been closed after a man "fell from a height" inside and died.Read
A man accused of setting a house fire that killed a father and his two children told a friend "it went wrong", a court has been told.Read
SNP MSPs have been called to order for repeatedly shouting down senior Whitehall officials over controversial benefit changes.Read
A Falklands veteran who became one of Scotland's most successful entrepreneurs is to play a key role in a new pro-independence group.Read
Police and other public authorities are being invited to respond to allegations they "overstepped" boundaries in relation to Donald Trump's application for a golf resort on the north-east coast.Read
Remote parts of the British mainland could benefit from a fuel duty discount, after the Government said it would work to negotiate one with Europe.Read
A 20-year-old man is being reported to prosecutors after a driver was photographed holding a tablet device behind the wheel on a major road.Read
BT Wi-fi has announced that it now has almost 465,000 hotspots in Scotland.Read
Part of a busy shopping centre has been closed after a man "fell from a height" inside.Read
A man accused of murdering a father and his two children in a house blaze planned to get him shot and frame his cousin, a court has heard.Read
A sexual health website received 26,000 visits in the first two months of a promotional campaign, officials have said.Read
The next generation of Navy officers has been learning the ropes on one of the UK's oldest active ships.Read
Free wifi will be provided at 25 train stations across Scotland.Read
Taxpayer-backed Royal Bank of Scotland is facing shareholder discontent over £607 million of staff bonuses awarded during a year when it lost £5.2 billion.Read
Legislation to allow 16 and 17-year-olds to vote in next year's independence referendum will be approved in principle by MSPs.Read
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