That's all from Scotland live for today. We'll be back at 07:00 tomorrow.
- Carmichael forced to admit leak
- Dugdale announces Labour leadership bid
- Coulson trial latest
- Cancer patients 'may be put at risk'
- Nicola Sturgeon condemns Alistair Carmichael leak 'dirty tricks' - Nicola Sturgeon has called on former Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael to consider his position as an MP after he admitted being behind the leak of a memo ahead of the general election.
- SQA calms 'impossible' maths exam fears - Scotland's exams body has sought to calm fears that pupils will be disadvantaged by a Higher maths paper which candidates claim was impossible.
- Bank of Scotland to close 13 branches - Bank of Scotland has announced plans to close more than a dozen branches in Scotland this year.
Political editor, Scotland
The family of an American tourist who went missing in Perthshire on Sunday evening hasappealed for information to help trace her.
Susan McLean, 61, was last seen on CCTV outside the Moness Resort on Crieff Road in Aberfeldy at about 19:45.
Ms McLean was on a two-week tour of Scotland with her family.
So it's lucky loser Facundo Arguello of Argentina for @andy_murray in the French Open first round. No further questions....
BBC Scotland News
Coming up at 18:30 onBBC One Scotland:
- The former Scottish secretary Alistair Carmichael was responsible for making public the incorrect claim that Nicola Sturgeon had told the French ambassador that she wanted David Cameron to be prime minister.
- Scottish Labour's deputy leader says she'll stand for the leader's job when Jim Murphy goes. Kezia Dugdale will also face a challenge from Ken MacIntosh.
- The first minister and the Princess Royal have taken part in events to commemorate the UK's worst rail disaster 100 years ago today.
A teenager who made abomb scare threat against a shopping centre was caught after security guards realised the call was coming from inside the building.
Connor Begley called security from a public phone inside The Centre at Almondvale in Livingston, West Lothian.
A security officer saw the call was coming from inside the centre and arranged for a CCTV camera to be trained on the spot.
Begley, 18, who is from Livingston but has moved to Glasgow since the offence, appeared for sentence at Livingston Sheriff Court after pleading guilty at an earlier hearing to making the bomb threat on 18 February. He was given a community payback order.
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BBC Scotland Weather
Hi, Gillian here. Dry tonight with clear spells. Chillier than last night, 5-7C in town; 2 in Central Highland glens, touch of grass frost.
Tomorrow: Sunny morning. Cloud increasing from West, rain W Isles & W Coast late afternoon. Best of the sun in East, 18C. 13-15 in West.
Outlook for Sunday: A cool, breezy day with sunny spells and blustery showers, most of the showers NW. Temperatures 11-14C. Brightest in SE.
In a BBC interview, Nicola Sturgeon has called on former Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael to consider his position as an MP after he admitted being behind the leak of a memo ahead of the general election.
The first minister said she accepted his apology, but that voters in his constituency had a right to be aggrieved.
Watch the interviewhere.
A Highland village willcelebrate one of Scotland's more unusual community buyouts in a ceremony on Saturday.
Residents of North Kessock, near Inverness, have purchased the village's former ferry slipway from Highland Council.
It fell into disuse following the opening of the Kessock Bridge in 1982.
A community gala day will be held on Saturday to officially mark the handover of the pier from the local authority.
BBC Scotland Travel
The A8 Glasgow Road by Edinburgh airport is closed westbound because of an accident at the roundabout.
There is a diversion in place so westbound traffic for the airport is to continue to the M9 J1 Newbridge roundabout and access the airport via the eastbound carriageway.
On the A9 northbound, one lane is closed and traffic is slow because of an accident at Millbank.
In Moray, the A96 Spey Bridge has slow moving traffic because of a broken down van and trailer. The van is on the bridge. This is affecting traffic between Keith and Nairn.
If you are travelling in or out of Edinburgh by train, do check before you travel as there are changes and cancellations.
The Forth Bridgecould become a World Heritage Site when Unesco delegates meet in Germany at the end of June.
Papers for the international meeting include a draft decision to inscribe the Forth Bridge as Scotland's sixth world heritage site.
The rail bridge, which opened in 1890, would join St Kilda, the Antonine Wall, the old and new towns of Edinburgh and New Lanark on the prestigious list.
BBC Scotland reporter
A golfer who washit on the head by another player's wayward tee shot has been awarded £10,000 damages.
John Ure, 46, was hit by a ball played by Stewart Muir at Bellshill Golf Club, North Lanarkshire, on 9 March 2013.
He raised a damages action at the Court of Session in Edinburgh after suffering a head injury, headaches and nausea.
Judge Lord Brailsford ruled it was "reasonably foreseeable" that the risk of a bad shot would endanger a player in Mr Ure's position on the fairway.
Nicola Sturgeon hascalled on former Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael to consider his position as an MP after he admitted being behind the leak of a memo ahead of the general election.
The leak suggested the Scottish first minister wanted David Cameron to remain as prime minister.
Mr Carmichael said it was an error of judgement and he accepted "the details of the account are not correct".
Ms Sturgeon said it had been a "blatant election dirty trick".
A Scottish animal welfare charity haslaunched an appeal to locate the owner of a dog found wandering on the top of the highest mountain in England.
The black and tan male collie cross was picked up at the summit of Scafell Pike in the Lake District on Saturday by a couple of Scottish holidaymakers.
Concerned about its wellbeing, they took it home and handed it to the Scottish SPCA rescue centre in Glasgow.
The charity now wants to locate the owner of the dog, nicknamed Scafell.
Scotland Correspondent, BBC News
Nicola Sturgeon says Alistair Carmichael should consider his position as an MP after being caught failing to tell the truth.
One person hasdied in a fire at a flat in West Lothian on Thursday.
Firefighters were called to the two-storey flat in Tweed Drive, Livingston, at 14:52.
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said it searched the property and "one person was found deceased inside".
The replica of the Scottish Cup, which is awarded to match winners, has beendamaged during a photocall in Inverness.
The figure of a footballer on top of the trophy was accidentally broken off during the event and an effort was made to reattach it with sticky tape.
The SFA said it was aware of the breakage and it would be repaired in time for next Saturday's Scottish Cup Final at Hampden.
The real Scottish Cup, the oldest national football trophy in the world, is kept at Hampden.
Almost £5.5m has been raised in Scotland to help those caught up in the Nepal earthquake.
The 7.8-magnitude quake left more than 8,000 dead and affected millions of others when it struck on April 25.
A spokesman for the DEC earthquake appeal said they had been "very moved by the extraordinary generosity of people in Scotland".
Across the UK, £65m has been raised.
A report into a collusion claim against Dumfries and Galloway Council which has remained under wraps for six years hasfinally been made public.
It comes after police ruled the document contained no evidence of criminality by the local authority.
Former Highland Council chief executive Arthur McCourt compiled the report.
It was put together following a complaint against the council's planning department in connection with proposed data farm developments.
BBC Radio Scotland
Join Laura Maxwell for tonight'sNewsdrive when she'll be presenting breaking news from across Scotland, the UK and around the world, including;
- More on the revelation that the former Scottish Secretary Alastair Carmichael was behind the leak of a controversial memo claiming Nicola Sturgeon wanted David Cameron to remain in office.
- Almost a million motorists were caught by fixed speed cameras last year - up 23% year on the year before.
- Islamic State militants are continuing to make gains as they build on the momentum of capturing the Iraq city of Ramadi and the world heritage site of Palmyra in Syria.
Scotland's First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has tweeted to confirm she has received a letter of apology from Liberal Democrat MP, Alistair Carmichael, after he admitted being involved in a memo, which was leaked before the general election.
The memo claimed Ms Sturgeon had said she would prefer for David Cameron to remain as Prime Minister, over Ed Miliband.
Ms Sturgeon included an image of the letter in herTweet, which read, "I have received letter from @acarmichaelmp apologising for leak and accepting that contents of memo not correct."
For the full story, clickhere.
BBC Scotland News
Alastair Carmichael has said he will not accept the ministerial severance payment, which is normally due to ministers when they leave office, after it emerged he wasbehind a leak that suggested Nicola Sturgeon preferred the idea of David Cameron remaining in Downing Street over the former Labour leader, Ed Miliband.
Mr Carmichael said it was an "error of judgement".
He told the BBC: "I accept full responsibility for what's happened here. This happened in my department while I was Secretary of State. It involved my special advisor. It was something that I could have stopped and very much should have stopped."
Mr Carmichael said he deeply regretted his actions and added: "For the consequences of that error of judgement I've apologised to the first minister and to the French ambassador.
"If I were still a cabinet minister at this point I would tender my resignation.
"Obviously the Liberal Democrats are no longer in government so I am not, but I have said to the cabinet secretary that I will not accept the ministerial severance payment.
"I've said in the past I don't think that would be appropriate in other cases and I'm not going to do it myself."
A £1mlotto prize has gone unclaimed after the person who bought the ticket in East Ayrshire did not come forward.
National Lottery operator Camelot said the ticket won the raffle prize draw on 22 November last year.
After the 180-day deadline for claiming passed at midnight on Thursday, the £1m prize, plus interest, was given to lottery-funded projects across the UK.
A National Lottery spokesman said the ticketholder had "sadly missed out on this substantial amount of money".
The spokesman added: "We tried very hard to find the ticketholder and it's a real shame that they have missed out, but there is still one winner - the nation."
Bank of Scotland has announced plans toclose more than a dozen branches in Scotland this year.
The bank said that a total of 13 branches in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Paisley and Aberdeen would shut by 18 September.
The move follows a strategic review of the business which was announced in October last year.
The bank said there would be no redundancies as a result of the decision.
Political correspondent, BBC News
The former Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael has been forced to admit that he wasbehind a leak that suggested Nicola Sturgeon wanted David Cameron to remain as prime minister.
His former special adviser Euan Roddin disclosed the confidential memo to the Daily Telegraph during the general election campaign - but had Mr Carmichael's permission to do so.
Mr Carmichael says it was an "error of judgement" and if he'd still been a cabinet minister today he would have resigned.
Ms Sturgeon said at the time that she rejected the claim "100%".
Mr Carmichael has written to Nicola Sturgeon to apologise - describing it as a "breach of protocol."
Philip Sim, Reporting from the High Court in Edinburgh
DC Martin Gall is called as the next witness in the Andy Coulson perjury trial.
- DC Gall confirms content of the News of the World (NOTW) emails are held by police.
- The court is being shown emails between Mr Coulson and Rebekah Wade from November 2011, discussing case.
- One email, from the day Mr Goodman pleaded guilty to phone hacking, references things as having gone "well".
- In another email, News International lawyer Tom Crone tells Mr Coulson that Mr Goodman could "stray off the preferred line".
- Later in the exchange, Mr Coulson says he trusts Mr Goodman will be told the "probation service have a clear anti-NOTW agenda".
- In an email from January 2007, Mr Crone tells Mr Coulson that the "who knew" subject "simply didn't arise" in Mr Goodman's probation meeting to which Mr Coulson replies: "Obviously keen to know what 'proof' Mulcaire claims to have around his allegations re relationship with NOTW."
After a very brief cross examination, proceedings end for the day.
The Advocate Depute says that progress has been "good" and he expects to close the Crown case "well before the end of next week".
A 40-year-old man has died in hospital a week after being seriously injured by a car in South Lanarkshire.
The man was struck by a southbound Ford Kuga while crossing the A73 at Sherifflats Road, Thankerton, at about 11:10 on Thursday 14 May.
He was taken by air ambulance to South Glasgow University Hospital where he died on Thursday.
The 71-year-old car driver was not injured in the crash. Police have appealed for witnesses.
Scotland's exams body has sought to calm fears that pupils sitting this year's Higher maths paper will be disadvantaged because it is "impossible".
Some pupils were said to have beenreduced to tears by questions in Wednesday's exam.
More than 14,000 people have signed two online petitions about the paper.
An SQA spokesman said this year's pass mark would not be set until the marking of all papers was complete.
Lord McConnell hasfallen down a drain while walking in the dark in Malawi.
The former first minister was in the African country to discuss the importance of electricity at the time.
Hetweeted: "Spent the evening discussing the importance of better electricity for #Malawi. Walked out to the dark street and fell down a drain. #Ouch."
Ray McKinnon will be named as the new Raith Rovers manager tomorrow.
The Brechin City manager who was also interviewed for the St Mirren job, will leave Glebe Park to take over at Starks Park.
The former Dundee United and Aberdeen player recently signed a new deal at Brechin City, where he has been boss since 2012.
The 44-year-old is a former Scottish FA technical director and previously managed at junior club Lochee United.
Brechin finished fourth in League One, losing out to Alloa 2-1 on aggregate in their play-off semi-final.
Philip Sim, Reporting from the High Court in Edinburgh
Proceedings resume in the Andy Coulson perjury trial. Former News of the World royal editor Clive Goodman is being asked about emails detailing "matey" contact.
- Court being shown email from Mr Goodman to Mr Coulson about the costs of "matey"; "increasingly productive" contact.
- Advocate depute highlights passage: "there are costs for matey in setting it up and maintaining it." Highlights repeated mentions of "it".
- Mr Goodman says the "it" is the Alexander project, which he confirms is phone hacking.
- Mr Goodman says "organised procedure of phone hacking" was his "new way" of getting "into the family".
- Mr Goodman again reiterates that the "it" referred to in email is phone hacking.
- Court going back over emails where Mr Goodman and Mr Coulson discussed royal stories, which Goodman says were sourced from phone hacks.
That concludes Clive Goodman's evidence after three days of testimony.
The winnings from a £1m lotto raffle ticket that was bought in East Ayrshire have been donated to good causes after they went unclaimed.
Camelot said the ticket was bought on 22 November last year and that its 180-day deadline for the winner to get in touch had passed at midnight on Thursday.
The company said the money, plus the interest it earned, has now gone to help National Lottery-funded projects across the UK.
Aberdeenshire Council is pledging to rebuild a historic railway station in Royal Deeside that was destroyed by fire.
The authority is meeting with Historic Scotland to determine what can be salvaged from the B-listed Old Royal Station in Ballater.
The council said that rebuilding work was likely to take two years.
The old station was the final stopping point for the royal train when the Queen visited Balmoral before the line was closed in 1966.
The World at One BBC Radio 4
Kezia Dugdale, who confirmedshe will be running to become leader of Scottish Labour, tells Mark Mardell on BBC Radio Four's World at One: "For me, Labour stands for education and aspiration."
She said the Labour Party has been the vehicle for social change in the UK and would be again in the future.
You can listen to the full interviewhere.
Acontroversial football match between Highland villagers and fishermen from the USSR during the Cold War has been recalled in a new exhibition.
The fishermen had come ashore at Ullapool from "klondykers", factory ships that would anchor in Loch Broom to process mackerel.
The kick-about caused controversy because it came at a time of heightened hostilities between East and West.
Ullapool Museum's new exhibition on the klondykers commemorates the match.
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