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A leading Dundee construction firm has gone into administration.
Administrators from Campbell Dallas warned that "a significant number" of redundancies are likely at Muirfield Contracts.
The firm, which has 280 staff mainly in Dundee and Aberdeen, was bought out by Azure Investments in 2013.
Joint administrators Derek Forsyth and David Hunter said the company had suffered from "unsustainable cash flow problems" despite a turnover of £47m.
Police are"carrying out inquiries" into a tweet apparently sent by a newly-appointed Rangers director.
A sexually explicit cartoon of the prophet Mohammed was sent from Chris Graham's Twitter account to a radical Islamist preacher in January.
The tweet was sent to Anjem Choudary on the day of the attack on the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris.
Mr Graham was appointed as a non-executive director of the Ibrox club earlier this week.
The world's biggest airline, which is about to start flying its new route to New York from Edinburgh, has claimed air passenger duty is hindering its efforts to expand.
The American Airlines daily service will begin on May 8 and run until September.
The airline's regional director David Thomas said APD stifled demand.
He added: "It's frustrating. The government is encouraging new business but those trying to develop transatlantic opportunities are restricted by this tax."
Precious artefacts and fragments of rare books and furniture are among the finds pulled from the debris of the fire at Glasgow School of Art's Macintosh Library, it has been revealed today.
Archaeologists have been working for three months to sift through what remains of the library after it was engulfed by fire last year.
Now everything which can be salvaged has been put in storage for future conservation work.
See more on Reporting Scotland at 18:30.
"I can't ask any more of #Rangers supporters than they've given," says new boss Stuart McCall.
"If you do things with confidence you do things better, and it takes a couple of results to turn things around" - Stuart McCall. #Rangers
The lawyer representing families of those killed in the Tornado crash said "many questions" remained unanswered.
David Bell added: "We are disappointed about the decision not to hold a fatal accident inquiry and whilst we accept that the Service Inquiry Report does identify the immediate causes of the accident, there are many questions about how and why many of those causes arose which need to be answered.
"Without the appropriate inquiry, it is difficult to see how lessons will be learned."
The report to Scottish prosecutors comes as Fred Talbot, 65, awaits sentencing tomorrow in Manchester after a jury found him guilty of indecently assaulting two Altrincham Grammar School pupils in the mid-1970s.
The Edinburgh-born former TV weatherman was as a biology teacher at the school until 1984.
A Crown Court court in Manchester heard he resigned in disgrace after making indecent comments to two 15-year-old pupils.
Police investigating incidents of alleged abuse involving TV weatherman Fred Talbot have submitted a report to Scottish prosecutors.
A spokesman for the Crown Office said a report was given to its Dumfries office relating to incidents involving a 65 year-old man, said to have happened between January 1968 and January 1981.
The report is currently under consideration by the Procurator Fiscal.
Police investigating incidents of alleged abuse involving TV weatherman Fred Talbot are believed to have submitted a report to Scottish prosecutors.
The Crown Office said 2012's fatal Tornado collision had been the subject of a "very detailed" report following an investigation by the Military Aviation Authority (MAA).
All of the recommendations in the MAA report have been accepted by the Ministry of Defence and were in the process of being implemented, including installation of collision warning systems, it added.
A Crown Office statement said: "Crown Counsel have concluded that all the relevant issues have been comprehensively examined in the course of the Military Aviation Authority report and could not have been better considered in any FAI."
Afatal accident inquiry will not be held into a collision between two RAF Tornado jets in 2012, the Crown Office has said.
Three airmen were killed and another seriously injured when the aircraft collided over the Moray Firth in northern Scotland.
The planes from 15 (Reserve) Sqn at RAF Lossiemouth, in Moray, crashed into the sea during a training flight.
Bangor-born Flt Lt Hywel Poole, 28, died in hospital after being airlifted from the scene.
Sqn Ldr Samuel Bailey, 36, from Nottingham, and Flt Lt Adam Sanders, 27, who grew up in Lancashire, were also killed.
Highland councillors have approved plans fora new £44m school campus in Tain in Easter Ross.
Children aged from three to 18 would receive nursery and school education in new buildings proposed for the site of the current Tain Royal Academy.
Once completed Knockbreck Primary, Craighill Primary and St Duthus special school would be closed.
Some responses to public consultation on the plans raised concerns about having pupils of all ages on one site.
With caretaker manager Kenny McDowall parting company with Rangers this afternoon, and Stuart McCall unveiled as his successor, what's your take on the latest developments at Ibrox?
Will the Championship club secure a play-off place this season? Can McCall guide Rangers back to the top flight?
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Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk will be available for Sunday's League Cup final after the Dutchman's red card against Dundee United last weekend was rescinded.
Two large fallen rocks have forced the closure of the A82 about two miles (3km) north of Invermoriston in the Highlands.
The road was partially open for a time following the rock fall at midday.
But police, in consultation with Bear Scotland and Forestry Commission Scotland, have shut the A82 from Invermoriston to Drumnadrochit.
League Cup Final bosses exchange pleasantries before today's media conference.
Rangers have confirmed that interim manager Kenny McDowall has left the Championship club.
McDowall has been in charge of first-team matters since Ally McCoist resigned the manager's position and was placed on gardening leave in December.
"It was an honour and privilege to work for Rangers Football Club and I will leave with so many positive memories," McDowall said.
Stuart McCall is expected to be confirmed as his successor at Ibrox.
Good music, but is it "country"? Great blog from @rickyaross this week. bbc.in/1wZc0G0
BBC Scotland Weather
The rain will slowly clear away during this evening with drier clearer conditions developing for many, although it will remain rather cloudy and damp towards eastern coastal areas, with the south east holding onto the rain until tomorrow. There will be one or two light showers in the north west during the early hours, otherwise dry overnight. Winds ease too with overnight lows of around -1C or -2C for the west Highlands. Around to 2 C for many but 4C or 5C in the cloudy east. A widespread frost will form in the west.
Five more men are to stand trial accused of trying to fight rival football fans on the day of a match between Dundee United and Aberdeen.
Four men from Dundee appeared in court earlier this week and five from Aberdeen now face the same charges.
Anthony Steppie, Euan Stevenson, David Gowans, Kennedy Miskimmons and Scott Steppie all appeared at Dundee Sheriff Court to deny inciting public disorder on 13 December.
They will stand trial later this year.
Tony Zummack has been appointedto lead the Scottish and British curling programmes up to and beyond the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
The 47-year-old Canadian was formerly the wheelchair head coach and helped guide Aileen Neilson's rink to bronze at last year's Sochi Paralympic Games.
He said of his new role: "I'm really pleased to become head of coaching.
"The sport's growing. I look forward to being part of the team who bring more success for Team Scotland and Team GB."
A Rangers fan who was arrested for sectarian singing while on his way to attend a game against Celtichas been jailed for four months.
Scott Lamont, from Glasgow, was heard singing the Billy Boys song on Cathcart Road on 1 February.
The 24-year-old admitted the charge at Glasgow Sheriff Court.
He was also given an 18-month football banning order.
An award-winning author will runa workshop on writing about sex at a book festival in Dumfries and Galloway.
Michèle Roberts, who won the WH Smith literary award for her novel Daughters of the House, will run the class at the Big Lit in Gatehouse of Fleet.
It is one of the highlights of the four-day event, which will run from 16 April.
Local author Karen Campbell will read from her post-referendum novel Rise.
Councillors have approved plans toclose four schools on Skye and replace them with a new building on one of the sites.
A meeting of Highland Council backed the proposed closures of Edinbane, Dunvegan, Knockbreck and Struan primaries.
A new school is to be built at Dunvegan.
The Scottish government will be informed of the council's decision.
Former ATP world number one Mats Wilander believesAndy Murray is "right where he wants to be" ahead of the Indian Wells Masters.
The Swede won seven major singles titles, and the Wimbledon doubles gong between 1982 and 1988.
"I think he (Murray) is right where he wants to be," he told BBC Scotland.
"Most probably he needs a tournament win to gain that little bit of extra confidence."
Edinburgh Castle has recorded its best ever figures for the number of visitors it attracted during winter.
A total of 264,521 people visited between November 2014 and last month, Historic Scotland said. The figure was an 11% increase on the previous record.
Several of the organisation's other attractions also had at least one record-breaking month during winter.
These included Orkney's Skara Brae, Urquhart Castle, Doune Castle, St Andrews Castle and Linlithgow Palace.
BBC Scotland Weather
A cloudy afternoon with outbreaks of rain across western Scotland. The rain will continue to spread east, reaching most places. although not quite into the eastern Borders or Shetland until evening. It will be heavy at times for Dumfries and Galloway, north Argyll, Tayside and Angus. Drier conditions will develop across the Western Isles. Temperatures will reach about 7C to 8C, feeling cold under the cloud and rain.
Health workers in Scotland are to receive a 1% pay rise for the second year in a row, the health secretary has confirmed.
Staff will get the extra money from 1 April, with those earning less than £21,000 given a top-up to ensure their rise is at least £300.
Shona Robison said the move gave NHS staff in Scotland "a better deal than their counterparts south of the border".
The amount was agreed after the Scottish government accepted recommendations put forward by the NHS Pay Review Body and Doctors' and Dentists' Pay Review Body.
A new exhibition by Pop Art pioneer Roy Lichtenstein will open in Edinburgh on Saturday.
US artist Lichtenstein created iconic works such as Whaam! and Crying Girl, which were inspired by comic books and advertising.
The new exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art explores his reworking of imagery by art giants Picasso and Monet, including his homage to the latter's water lilies series.
An academic has developeda system of sound waves that could discover dangerous cracks in pipes, aircraft engines and nuclear power plants.
Katherine Tant, of Strathclyde University, led the study which found that transmitting different types of sound waves could help to detect structural defects.
By varying the duration and frequency of the waves, the results are used to recreate an image of the interior of the scanned item.
It is now hoped the technology can be developed further and could one day be used by medical professionals and seismologists, who measure earthquakes.
Administrators have been called in toGrangemouth-based demolition specialist Masterton Ltd, after a bid by company bosses to keep the business afloat failed.
Masterton executives tried last year to save the firm through a company voluntary agreement after big contracts proved less profitable than hoped.
But on Monday, they were forced to call in administrators PwC.
The firm had already laid off dozens of its 140-strong workforce.
A woman has appeared in court charged with assaulting young children at an Aberdeen private school.
Hannah Jamieson, 26, allegedly committed the offences at the Hamilton School on various dates between March and December 2013.
She faces a further charge of allegedly behaving in a threatening or abusive manner by shouting and acting aggressively towards children.
The case was continued without plea until next month.
Ms Jamieson did not appear when the case was heard at Aberdeen Sheriff Court.
Highland Council has proposedreducing a planned 4% rise in fares on its Corran Ferry in Lochaber to 2%.
The local authority had suggested increasing fees by 4% per annum in each of the next three years.
But the move was opposed by some councillors and the local Free Corran Crossing (FCC) campaign.
Highland councillors have been asked to approve the 2% increase on the ferry which crosses the Corran Narrows on Loch Linnhe.
The Corran Ferry allows access to and from the communities of Ardgour, Morvern and Ardnamurchan.