6 March 2010: 11:14pm
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Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor has spoken to police for a second time in connection with an attack during a night out.Read
A man who refused to pay a fine for blowing his nose while stopped in traffic will face no further action, his lawyer said.Read
Thousands of homes across Scotland were facing another night without electricity after heavy snow caused power cuts.Read
A soldier completed a gruelling 500-mile trek to raise funds to get his blind daughter into a specialist school.Read
A transport body hit by a row over expenses has suffered an "immensely difficult" period, its new chairman said.Read
The final tickets for Scotland's biggest music festival sold out in less than 90 minutes.Read
Rugby legend Ian McGeechan was knighted by the Queen for a glittering sports career as both player and coach.Read
Workers at a haulage firm were celebrating after their lottery syndicate scooped more than £700,000.Read
Housebuilding has fallen to its lowest level in more than 20 years, figures showed.Read
Two NHS nurses have bequeathed their skeletons to a dungeon visitor attraction to highlight the shortage of bodies donated to medical science.Read
The leader of Scotland's largest local authority is to be quizzed on slum housing in part of Glasgow.Read
Lawyers for a Scottish-born man accused of murdering a nine-year-old girl in Northern Ireland 28 years ago have launched a legal challenge against the evidence in the case.Read
Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said the time had "never been better" for Scotland to be independent despite the recession.Read
Up to 30,000 civil service staff in Scotland could take part in strike action next month.Read
Engineers are battling to restore electricity to thousands of homes hit by power cuts caused by heavy snow.Read
Pest control staff were called out to deal with a snake that was found at a primary school, it has emerged.Read
Thousands of people are without electricity after heavy snow brought down power lines in the north of Scotland.Read
A soldier is due to complete a 500-mile trek to raise money to send his daughter to a school for blind children.Read
Victims of the thalidomide scandal are to be given extra help through a £3.4 million fund announced by the Scottish Government.Read
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