Wednesday May 15
City's 10m to truck waste to private dump
The city which has just been ordered to close its own dump in Cathkin, South Lanarkshire has signed a 2 million annual contract with the Greengairs tip, one of Scotland's biggest, near Airdrie.
Jail term for knife killing cut by three years
Paul Hadden, 32, was jailed for 10 years in October 2012 for stabbing Iain O'Brien 21 times at his lover Lynn McMillan's home in Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire.
Man killed in crash with lorry
Police Scotland said a 69-year-old man died after the accident on the eastbound A737 near the St James Interchange in Paisley It happened shortly before 6am and caused lengthy tailbacks as the road near Glasgow Airport remained blocked during morning rush hour.
Rise in number of firms not paying minimum wage
THE number of companies failing to pay the minimum wage in Scotland increased by 15 per cent last year, despite a drop in the United Kingdom as a whole, new figures have revealed.
Child-care cash blow to 258,000 Scots families
MORE than a quarter of a million families in Scotland are to miss out on one of the UK government's flagship schemes to support working parents.
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Lone parents in Scotland owed A 331million in payments from former partners
The exposure of the huge amount owed, mostly from absent dads, has led to calls for action to tackle a crisis in the Child Support Agency.
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Crackdown on organised crime results in 120 arrests and A 50,000 worth of drugs seized by police
THE striker will escape a police charge but has been fined by his club and now awaits the inevitable Football Association charge.