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Snow showers are set to increase this evening, particularly affecting the Central Belt, Lothians and the Borders.
There may be some icy conditions on the roads through the evening.
A Met Office Yellow'be aware' warning is in force for most of the mainland.
0C to -2C in town with rural parts dipping to -5C or -6C.
Shetland, and later Orkney, will have a wet and windy night.
Head of British tennis thinks Andy Murray could be among the favourites for theAustralian Open.
Leon Smith said: "He is in great shape. He's hitting the ball extremely well.
Murray has made it to the finals three three times in Melbourne, but never lifted the trophy.
He has slipped to sixth in the world from a world ranking high of two.
Nine men have been charged by police aftershots were fired at the windows of a house in Edinburgh.
The incident happened in Fernieside Avenue, in the Moredun area, in the early hours of 9 September.
The arrested men, aged between 18 and 36, have been charged with offences including culpable and reckless discharge of a firearm.
Motherwell FC say tomorrow's game - postponed because of structural damage - will now be played on Saturday 7 March. Normal 15:00 kick-off.
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Reports of HGVs stuck on both carriageways on the M74 near Beattock summit in South Lanarkshire.
A man has been convicted of subjecting two women and seven children to horrific sexual and physical abuse.
David McLeish, 49, was found guilty of a string of offences by a jury at the High Court in Edinburgh.
His trial was told the victims, two of whom were raped when they were pregnant, had been aged between four and 43.
He carried out the attacks at addresses in Perthshire between 1996 and 2009.
McLeish, who denied the charges, will be sentenced next month.
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Five bids for the redevelopment ofPerth City Hall have been submitted to the council.
The authority had previously voted to demolish the listed building to develop a new city square.
The building has been empty since the opening of Perth's new concert hall in 2005.
Previous proposals included a boutique hotel and an indoor food market.
An exhibition space in the Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow has been closed until further notice afterwater damaged an exhibition.
The works are within Nathan Coley's "The Lamp of Sacrifice" exhibition and are on loan from the National Galleries of Scotland.
Glasgow Life, which runs the city's museums, said it had launched an investigation into the incident.
Scotland will faceFrance, Ireland and Italy in warm-up matches for this year's Rugby World Cup.
The four games will be played on consecutive Saturdays, starting on 15 August against Ireland in Dublin.
They will then face Italy in Turin and in Edinburgh before a trip to Paris.
The business lobby group the CBI hasappointed Hugh Aitken, as their new Scottish director.
He takes over the role from previous director Iain McMillan, who announced his retirement last April.
Mr Aitkin's has previously high profile positions at Microsoft and global software firm Oracle.
Police are investigating after a man fell from thewindow of a hospital in Dundee.
Emergency services were called to the scene at Ninewells Hospital at about 10:10.
It is thought the man was injured after falling about three storeys.
Two school buses carrying pupilscame off roads in separate incidents in Benbecula and Lewis during wintry conditions.
A bus slid off the road at Torlum on Benbecula and a smaller mini bus came off at Uig on Lewis.
Comhairle nan Eilean Siar said no one was seriously hurt in the incidents on Friday morning.
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SSE subsidiary Scottish Hydro Electricity Transmission has said that it will accept £1.1bn of funding from Ofgem for a new subsea cable.
The allowance from the energy regulator is £105m less than SHE Transmission applied for.
The 100 mile-long (161km) cable will connect two sides of the Moray Firth and need 600 people to build it.
To be completed in 2018, the cable could add 1.2 gigawatts of new renewable energy capacity to the grid.
BBC Scotland Weather
Wintry showers this evening feeding through the Central Belt, affecting the Lothians and reaching the Borders too. There may be some difficult conditions on the roads through the evening.
Overnight, the showers continue, and will lead to some significant accumulations: 2-5 cm below 300m and 10-15cm above. It'll be icy at times too.
A Met Office Yellow 'be aware' warning is in force for most of the mainland, to cater for the risk of the snow along with the likelihood of icy conditions.
Temperatures of 0C to -2C in urban areas with rural parts dipping to -5C or -6C.
Engineers have restored power to all the properties left without electricity after high winds hit Dumfries and Galloway.
At one stage about 2,000 homes were affected, mainly in the west of the region.
SP Energy Networks said high speed winds had caused problems from Wednesday night until late on Thursday.
About 1,000 properties were still without supply at 22:30 on Thursday night but they have been reconnected.
Greg Stewart has agreed a contract extension with Dundee after scoring 11 goals in 23 appearances since joining the Dens Park club in the summer.
The 24-year-old striker, previously with Cowdenbeath, has signed until summer 2017 and manager Paul Hartley thinks the player will get even better.
"I'm delighted," Hartley told Dundee's official website.
"We are really pleased with the progress he's making and I'm sure he can only get better."
Kengo Kuma's plans for an iconic building on the banks of the Tay have had a troubled start.
Selected from six firms in 2010, his idea of a silver building apparently floating on water, was quickly scaled back due to fears about rising costs.
The preferred contractor was only announced last September, by which point work was supposed to have started on site. Today, the council said the development remained crucial and it hoped to secure the additional funding through public and private sources.
They also admitted the museum's opening would be delayed. It's now likely to open in June 2018.
A man has beenbitten on the cheek during an attack in an Edinburgh street.
The 57-year-old was walking his dog on Edinburgh's Easter Road when a man punched him in the face at about 11:00 on Thursday near the Londis shop.
The attacker is white, 25 to 30 years old and between 5ft 5ins and 5ft 10ins with short, bright ginger hair.
He was wearing a grey zip-up hooded top with a Hibs crest on the left chest, a black top underneath and dark trousers and trainers.
An assault trial has heard how a Scotland international rugby player was dressed as Batmanwhen he allegedly attacked an amateur player in Glasgow.
Glasgow Warriors stars Ryan Grant, 29, Ryan Wilson, 25 and Rory Hughes, 21, deny attacking Ally McLay, a Glasgow Hawk, on a Halloween night out.
Glasgow Sheriff Court heard from amateur player Fraser Hastie who was dressed as a minion, when the alleged attack happened at Barbeque Kings - a fast food outlet on the city's Great Western Road.
He said Mr Wilson, who was wearing a Batman costume, punched Mr McLay.
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A scorpion has been rescued after it wasfound by "frightened" staff in an Edinburgh office.
Workers at the Dog Aid Society of Scotland contained the creature by putting a glass over it until animal welfare experts arrived.
The Scottish SPCA collected it from the office on Blackford Avenue after it was spotted on Thursday.
Glasgow Life has closed an exhibition space in the Gallery of Modern Art after water damage.
Works within Nathan Coley's The Lamp of Sacrifice exhibition, currently on loan from the National Galleries of Scotland, have been damaged and the space has been closed until further notice.
Glasgow Life say they've launched an investigation and are working with the artist to assess the damage.