3 February 2013: 11:06am
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The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has been censured over the death of a teenage Army cadet who drowned on a training exercise.Read
A recently-discovered letter written by Robert Burns to an actress has been published to celebrate his birthday.Read
Heavy snow has closed schools and roads across the country, with further disruption expected over the weekend.Read
Scotland's largest teaching union is to ballot members on industrial action over pension changes.Read
The Scottish Conservatives will be taking a "long, considered, forensic look" at all the options as they set out their proposals for Scotland's future over the coming months, the party's leader Ruth Davidson said.Read
A woman who sold fake Scotch whisky has been jailed for four years in China in a legal first for the country, according to an industry body.Read
A £43 million facility for firefighters to take part in realistic training scenarios has been officially opened.Read
A printer who allegedly created fake bearer bonds worth £6.8 million for a missing businesswoman thought they were to be used for a prank, a murder trial has heard.Read
Andy Murray could hit the world number one spot within months, experts said after the Briton battled his way to a third Australian Open final.Read
The pro-independence group Yes Scotland has launched its first campaign of the year, revealing more than 130 local activist groups are now in place across the country.Read
Being an independent member state in the European Union (EU) is "overwhelmingly" in Scotland's economic interests, according to the Deputy First Minister.Read
Blizzards have created the perfect racing conditions for this year's Siberian Husky Club of Great Britain Aviemore Sled Dog Race, according to organisers.Read
A Scottish chippy has won the industry's top prize as the UK's best fish and chip shop for 2013.Read
The city of Glasgow is to benefit from an additional £24 million in Government funding to boost science and technology, science minister David Willetts announced.Read
Events are taking place across Scotland to celebrate the birthday of Robert Burns.Read
Snow is forecast for much of the country, with the travelling public urged to prepare for potentially hazardous conditions in some areas.Read
A real-life miniature version of the "tractor beam" featured in the Star Trek series has been created by a team of scientists which could be used in medical testing.Read
Scots are being urged to look out for shy or unusual birds being driven into gardens in search of food by the cold weather.Read
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