Scotland faces saver guarantee cost
An independent Scotland would have to set up its own guaranteed protection for bank account deposits, according to the chief executive of the UK's Financial Services Compensation Scheme. more
Passenger taxes put flights at risk
The Scottish Government has issued a fresh demand for air passenger duty to be devolved to Scotland, after bosses at Flybe said the "penalistic and ludicrous" charge was a key reason for it selling off all its slots at a busy London airport more
Murder trial witness 'terrified'
A former marina manager failed to tell police what he knew about a fatal fire in which three members of the same family died because he was "terrified" of the consequences, a court has heard. more
Yes Scotland hails signatures push
The official Scottish independence campaign remains on course to secure one million signatures of support ahead of the referendum, according to Yes Scotland. more
Witness accused over fire remarks
A former marina manager did not tell police that a murder accused made disparaging remarks about a man who died in a fire until the fourth time he was interviewed months later, a court has heard. more
WEATHER WARNING SUGGESTS FLOODING COULD HIT SCOTLAND
The Met office reports that persistent, heavy rain along with strong gale force winds are a likely probability for the country tonight (Tuesday) and potential flooding could cause major disruption tomorrow morning (Wednesday) throughout transport networks. more
Hey Mario, Wii broke the TV!
AN INSURANCE company warned today that the Nintendo Wii can potentially cause serious damage to your TV and various other household goods. more