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Members of the Royal family turned out in full regalia today to celebrate the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey in London today.
Real Madrid had hoped for a crushing victory over Barcelona in the Copa del Rey - but it was the trophy they nearly flattened yesterday when it was dropped from the front of an open top bus.
By the freakishly hot weekend of 9 and 10 April this year, the Scottish ski season appeared to be over. After a prolonged thaw, the resorts at Glencoe, Glenshee, The Lecht and Nevis Range were all closed due to lack of snow. Only Cairngorm remained open, and even there it was possible to ski only a handful of runs on the top of the mountain.
A COALITION between the SNP and Labour after the election was branded "incredibly unlikely" by First Minister Alex Salmond last night.
IN A life dedicated to the care and preservation of animals, it was a moment that will be cherished forever.
Cold, dark and musty and with only few strands of straw for comfort against a floor of sharp-edged rock, the vaults on Edinburgh Castle's Devil's Elbow would have been one last horrendous stop for those on their way to the gallows.
Perched on the jagged remnants of an extinct volcano and lambasted to the point of destruction many a time since its establishment in the 12th century Edinburgh Castle is a geographical and architectural marvel.
Any visitor to Dunblane on Sunday morning could have slipped in and out of the town blissfully unaware that its most famous son was on the verge of winning his first Grand Slam title.
For years the above footage lay on reels in a dusty Borders attic, receiving the odd airing but by and large forgotten.
THE UK's most prestigious - and controversial - annual modern art award has launched amid protests by photographers and artists alike.
Greyfriars Kirkyard's rich history makes it a magnet for tourists to Scotland's capital ever keen to be snapped next to the grave of the legendary Greyfriars Bobby and find out more about the place's chequered and sometimes dark past.
THE group of chimps gathered around the elderly female, grooming and caressing her and preparing her for death.
THE Scotsman executive editor and economics columnist Bill Jamieson gives his assessment of Alistair Darling's Spring Budget.
AROUND the airfield at RAF Kinloss in Moray, Nimrod spyplanes stand majestic, yet somehow forlorn.
BRITAIN'S Olympic team, led by Eve Muirhead from Atholl, lost out in the Glynhill
International curling event at Braehead yesterday, losing the final by 3-6 to
Switzerland's Mirjam Ott.
THOUSANDS of rebel curlers are expected to take to the ice at the frozen Lake of Menteith near Aberfoyle today to take part in what is being referred to as the "People's Grand Match".
ANDY is changing. His mother has noticed it and so has his bedroom furniture. After having had their drawers shoved and doors slammed yet again, on Andy's unhappy return from school, they discuss the problem among themselves.
AYR threw the Premier One title wide open on Saturday afternoon with a typically gutsy win over the league leaders from Currie.