22 May 2013: 1:29am
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Legislation to allow 16 and 17-year-olds to vote in next year's independence referendum will be approved in principle by MSPs.Read
MSPs are due to take evidence on calls for a full public inquiry into the authorities' handling of Donald Trump's golf resort in Aberdeenshire.Read
The housing market is showing encouraging growth with a continued rise in sales and inquiries, according to chartered surveyors.Read
The SNP has launched its campaign for the Aberdeen Donside by-election with the selection of a North East MSP as its candidate.Read
A woman who was found critically injured with her mother in a hotel has died in hospital, police have said.Read
A man accused of murdering a father and his two children in a deliberate blaze told his co-accused he wanted a pub to be burned down, a court has been told.Read
Scotland's largest teaching union has said it will carry out an escalating campaign of action unless politicians address teachers' "increasingly unmanageable workload".Read
Dundee has recorded a one-third drop in violent crime in the space of 12 months, according to police.Read
A man accused of murdering a father and his two children in a deliberate blaze admitted setting fire to a pub after being asked to by his co-accused, a court has heard.Read
Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to undo "the worst impacts" of UK Government welfare reforms, particularly those affecting women, should Scotland vote for independence.Read
Police have said they are not looking for a third party over the death of a woman who was found critically injured, along with her daughter, at a hotel.Read
The revival of the North Sea oil and gas sector has continued with more investment and activity, according to a survey.Read
One of two men accused of murdering a man and his two children in a deliberate fire told another man he was behind a blaze which destroyed a pub, a court has heard.Read
Former prime minister Gordon Brown has returned to the political front line to make a "positive, principled, forward-looking case" for Scotland to stay in the UK.Read
A "family friendly" ticketing strategy has been announced for next year's Commonwealth Games, with two-thirds of the tickets priced at £25 or less.Read
Scotland's three main airports saw more passengers last month than at the same time a year ago, new figures show.Read
Paramedics wearing body cameras have been filming their efforts to revive heart attack patients as part of a research project designed to save lives and improve training, the Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS) has said.Read
Scottish independence could cement the Conservative Party's hold on Westminster, according to Labour.Read
The average property in Scotland is selling for 10% less than the asking price despite a busier market, according to a housing survey.Read
Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is to open a wind farm in which residents have a cash stake.Read
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