Breaking news, Friday 14 December
Latest: At least 27 people, including 14 children, have been killed in a shooting at an elementary school in Connecticut.
5:45pm: At least 27 people, including 14 children, have been killed in a shooting at an elementary school in Connecticut, according to CBS News.
3.50pm: A MAN has appeared in court charged with stalking Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. Dogan Arslan was in the dock during a private hearing at Glasgow Sheriff Court this afternoon. There was no plea and the case was continued.
3:45pm: Donald Trump has been accused of “sinking to a new low” for linking his opposition to windfarms in Scotland to the Lockerbie disaster.
3:15pm: A man has been arrested in Ayr regarding comments made on a Rangers supporters’ podcast.
3:00pm: Scots computer hacker Gary McKinnon will face no further criminal action, the Director of Public Prosecutions said today.
2:40pm: Uniformed police officers will be posted to carry out inspections at two Scottish schools in an effort to crack down on underage drinking.
2:30pm: Almost 100 samples of “the best of contemporary British art” have been presented to the Queen to mark her Diamond Jubilee.
1:00pm: Police are to exhume a family grave in the search for the body of a schoolgirl killed more than five decades ago.
12:30pm: Billionaire Eva Rausing, who was found dead at her Belgravia mansion beneath bin bags, sheets and clothing stuck together with gaffer tape, died as a result of cocaine abuse, a coroner has ruled.
12:00pm A woman who claimed she lost a high-flying career in the City because of bungled smear tests is to receive more than £2 million damages.
11:40am Nick Clegg has called for a change to drugs laws after warning the UK is losing the war on an industrial scale.
11:30am Scotland striker Kenny Miller is thought to be keen on a short-term move to the SPL this winter, with St Mirren currently favourites to sign him.
11:30am Neil Lennon believes that Gary Hooper will shortly sign a new deal at Celtic.
10:00am Yorkshire has beaten Edinburgh to win the right to host the start of the 2014 Tour de France.
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Weather for Edinburgh
Saturday 25 May 2013
Temperature: 6 C to 17 C
Wind Speed: 13 mph
Wind direction: West
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Wind direction: South west