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LATEST:A man has been detained in relation to the unsolved murder of Elaine Doyle in Glasgow in 1986.

2:35pm: A man has been detained in relation to the unsolved murder of Elaine Doyle in Glasgow in 1986.

2:30pm: Three medal-winning athletes from London 2012 have been unveiled as champions for Glasgow’s bid to host the 2018 Youth Olympic Games.

2:15pm: Home buyers to be forced to pay hundreds of pounds extra in fees due to new lawyers’ rules.

1:55pm: The funeral of teenager Christina Edkins, who was stabbed to death on a Birmingham bus earlier this month, has been held.

1:30pm: The bad weather has knocked out power on the whole of the island of Arran.

12:30pm: Ben Wyvis wind farm plans have been axed after a two-year fight,

12:25pm: Nick Clegg has scrapped Lib Dem proposals for an immigrant “amnesty” and unveiled a tough new stance on visa abuse.

11:45am: Coca-Cola and Cadbury are the most commonly littered brands in Britain, a Keep Britain Tidy study finds.

11:10am: Scotland’s quirkiest museum venue has officially opened today - in a former public loo in Dunkeld.

10:55am: Six schools in Aberdeenshire were closed today due to bad weather.

10:30am: Pippa Middleton has been dropped by her literary agent after poor sales of her debut book ‘Celebrate’.

10:05am: Aberdeen have an initial bid for Ross County manager Derek Adams rejected by the Dingwall side.

9:10am: Independence: ‘No’ campaign to send video messages

09:05am: Foreign tourist dies in Edinburgh road accident

09.00am: Scottish Independence sign made from Danish steel

On this day 1421: Scottish and French troops under the Earl of Buchan defeated English forces at Bauge in Anjou

On this day 1994: People in Strathclyde voted overwhelmingly in a referendum to reject government plans to take water out of local authority control in Scotland