25 May 2013: 4:55am
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An elderly woman who died after being hit by a council van will be sadly missed by all who knew her, according to her daughter.Read
A shortfall of up to £62 million has been found in the costs of restoring open cast mines in a single council area.Read
A former marina manager failed to tell police what he knew about a fatal fire in which three members of the same family died because he was "terrified" of the consequences, a court has heard.Read
The official Scottish independence campaign remains on course to secure one million signatures of support ahead of the referendum, according to Yes Scotland.Read
A former marina manager did not tell police that a murder accused made disparaging remarks about a man who died in a fire until the fourth time he was interviewed months later, a court has heard.Read
A council is to become the first in Scotland to install defibrillators in all its secondary schools.Read
Alex Salmond is to officially launch the SNP's camapign for the Aberdeen Donside by-election.Read
Virgin Media has been announced as the latest partner of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.Read
A survey has highlighted high levels of increased workload and continuing concerns about the new curriculum among nursery and primary teachers.Read
People living close to new wind farms will receive at least £100 off electricity bills under a scheme announced by a renewable energy company.Read
Transport minister Keith Brown is demanding urgent talks with bosses at the budget airline easyJet amid concerns a deal over slots at Gatwick could lead to cuts in services to the Highlands.Read
A better way of allocating drugs to patients can be found, the First Minister has said.Read
A programme which offers athletes the chance to prepare for a new career when they retire from professional sport has been launched by Olympic gymnast Beth Tweddle.Read
Labour has been accused of hypocrisy by criticising Scottish Government grants to companies who "dodge tax" and plans to cut corporation tax at Holyrood while praising grants and tax cuts elsewhere.Read
Party leaders have united in their condemnation of the murder which took place in the Woolwich area of London.Read
A father whose toddler son was killed by a gunman with an illegal weapon has said he was "honoured" to receive a letter of thanks from the UK Government in recognition of his campaigning efforts.Read
Concerns have been raised that government-funded bodies may be able to make unregulated statements on their position in the run-up to the independence referendum.Read
Controversial childcare changes suggested by Tories at Westminster have been rejected by the Scottish Government.Read
A man accused of murder told a friend that a father who died in a house fire with his two children had "got what he deserved", a court has heard.Read
Academic researchers in Scotland will receive nearly £14 million from government grants and a commitment from universities to match the funding.Read
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