- Baby seriously ill after family unit incident
- Whyte alone faces Rangers fraud charges
- Singing policeman wins star's praise
- Police probe after women's body found
- Murder victim may have known killer
Concerns had been expressed that they would have to pay £767 for a copy of the 12-volume report, due on 6 July.
However, a Number 10 spokesman has now said: "There is no question of families of service personnel who died in Iraq having to pay for copies of the Chilcot report."
Next-of-kin were due to get a free hard copy of the £30 executive summary and the full report is to be made available online.
Tonight will be dry and cloudy for most, with some showers affecting Argyll, the central belt, Dundee and Fife.
Temperatures tomorrow will typically be about 15 to 19 celsius.
This will peak at about 23 if not 24 celsius for the Wester Ross and Argyll areas, which may spark off some very isolated showers during the afternoon.
Raymond Greenless admitted three charges of lewd and libidinous behaviour between 1969 and 1980.
The victims were aged between two and fifteen years.
Greenless, 59, pleaded guilty last month and was sentenced by Edinburgh Sheriff Court.
The State of the Economy report said independent forecasts anticipated economic growth in Scotland this year and next.
The forecast follows a 1.9 per cent rise in 2015.
Scotland's chief economist, Dr. Gary Gillespie, said the labour market continued to be resilient, despite the latest official data showing a fall in employment.
He said that domestic challenges associated with the oil and gas sector were still a factor, but that there was potential for growth and new opportunities.
Rose Gentle, who has campaigned for answers since her 19-year old son Gordon was killed by a roadside bomb in Basra in 2004, said she was "totally disgusted" by the fee.
All families of the 179 service personnel who died will have to pay £767 for a full hard copy of the Chilcott report into the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
Next-of-kin will be given a paper copy of the executive summary with the full 12- volume report made available free online.
Pte. Gordon Gentle, 19, was killed on patrol just weeks after finishing his training.
The emergency services were called to reports of a man in the water near Lock 16 in Camelon at about 13:30.
Police said the man was rescued from the river after an operation involving police officers and fire fighters.
He was taken to Forth Valley Royal Hospital, where his condition is not thought to be life threatening.
William Christie, 29, and Christopher Smith, 26, took the children's money while ransacking a house in Elgin, Moray.
Christie, from Elgin and Smith from Keith, pled guilty at the High Court in Glasgow to forcing their way into the house on 22 November last year and assaulting 46-year-old babysitter Michael McMann.
The pair also admitted stealing three piggy banks containing copper and silver coins that were inside the property, which was owned by Mr McMann's friend, a taxi driver.
Judge Lord Boyd sentenced Christie to four years and Smith to four and a half years.
The 29-year-old took the set against the Swiss 6-4.
Reid, 24, recovered from 3-0 down in the second set against the Frenchman to win 6-3 6-4 in Paris.
Australian Open champion Reid, the world number four, will face Argentina's Gustavo Fernandez, the world number six, in Saturday's final.
"It feels like I've got the monkey off my back at the Slams. I can play my own game," Reid told BBC Sport.
The talks in Aberdeen have also involved union leaders.
Paul Wheelhouse and Keith Brown said the Scottish government had helped the sector through the Energy Jobs Taskforce and a £12m Transition Training Fund.
The talks come after HMRC said in May that the UK government had incurred a loss from North Sea oil and gas production for the first time since records began nearly 50 years ago.
Police probing the murder of Brian McKandie in Aberdeenshire believe he may have known his killer.
He was dead in his home in Rothienorman on 12 March.
Two men were seen speaking to him the day before, and a burgundy or maroon car was also seen at the time.
Officers say they have seen over 1,000 people in house-to-house inquiries involving the case.
Energy minister Paul Wheelhouse insisted the Scottish Parliament's desire for an all-out ban on fracking was "non-binding" and that the Scottish government would continue with its moratorium pending the results of scientific research and consultation.
Mr Wheelhouse visited upstream oil firm Nexen in Aberdeen to discuss ways to support the flagging North Sea oil industry.
The visit comes after the Tories questioned how fracking opponents "can look the unemployed oil and gas workers in the eye while refusing them new jobs".
Labour hijacked an environment debate on Tuesday to force an early vote on the divisive gas extraction technology, securing a vote in favour of a ban.
The baby girl, who is three months old, was taken to hospital after paramedics were called to Strathbrock facility in Broxburn, West Lothian, on 30 May.
She remains in the care of medical staff at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh.
Chief Inspector Stevie Dolan, Area Commander for West Lothian, said: "This is a tragic incident that has affected everyone involved.
"Unfortunately, the baby remains in a serious condition and we are working closely with hospital staff as well as with the young child's family to establish the full set of circumstances."
State-owned CalMac has operated the network for many years.
But a rival bid from a private firm for the new contract was a cause of strikes by workers and a political row.
Sgt Jon Harris belted out the 1978 disco classic after being called in to the Waterloo bar in Glasgow to tackle a brawl.
The officer, in full uniform, drew cheers from drinkers as he took to the stage of the Argyle Street pub in full police uniform on Wednesday night.
Ms Gaynor, a legendary figure in popular music, wrote on Twitter: "I love this!!" and shared a link to the resulting viral video.
A senior officer has already credited Sgt Harris with "helping to defuse any simmering tensions".
Bookmakers have stopped taking bets on Neil Lennon taking over at Hibernian, according to The Sun.
The former Celtic boss has a lucrative offer to manage in China but the Daily Mail reports that he will put that to one side to hold talks with Hibs.
Paul Dickov is another possible candidate for the vacancy at Easter Road, although the former Scotland striker is also being considered by Port Vale, says the Daily Record.
Originally he was one of seven men facing charges.
However, the High Court in Glasgow heard this morning that David Whitehouse, Paul Clark, David Grier - all from administrators Duff and Phelps - and Gary Withey have had the charges against them dropped.
Charges against Charles Green and Imran Ahmad have also been dropped, but the Crown told the judge they were still considering whether to bring fresh charges.
The judge, Lord Bannatyne told Mr Whyte's counsel that on his next appearance at court he expected a plea to be entered so that a trial date could be fixed.
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Joining Gordon Brewer on today's panel at Pacific Quay in Glasgow are Eurosceptics Bob Fotheringham and Bill Jamieson.
Alson on the panel are the SNP's Europe spokesman Stephen Gethins and current MEP David Martin.
Listen to the programme live here.
The 25-year-old man was attacked in Nox nightclub in Aberdeen's Justice Mill at about 02:20 on Sunday 8 May.
Police said the man responsible was wearing a long-sleeved t-shirt with dark coloured sleeves and jeans.
Con Paul Slatter said: "This was a vicious attack resulting in a male sustaining severe facial injuries.
"Assaults of this nature have a significant impact on the life of the victim. I would appeal to anyone who recognises the male pictured or has any knowledge of this incident to come forward."
The report and analysis was commissioned by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).
It gives details of a study into the potential for seals coming into contact with the renewable energy devices in the Pentland Firth.
The research suggested collisions could happen, but were not likely to be fatal to grey seals, a large seal species.
But it noted that smaller harbour seals might be "less robust".
The victim was walking on a street in Camelon, near Falkirk, when the man walked past her, before turning back and attacking her.
Police said it was possible local residents had witnessed the assault and appealed for anyone with information to come forward.
The suspect is described as white, in his late thirties, around 5ft 8in tall with a medium build and short fair hair.
He wore a dark blue zip-up cardigan with a red t-shirt underneath and dark jeans.
The attack happened on Carmuirs Avenue, near to the junction with Mariner Road, between 17:00 and 17:30 on 27 May.
The ship and her 700-man crew were lost after hitting a German mine off the islands coast in gale force winds in 1916 - among them was Secretary of State for War Lord Kitchener.
A wall with all the names of those lost in the tragedy will be unveiled this Sunday.
The appointment was announced by Deputy First Minister John Swinney, who is in Perth attending a summit on the issue.
The event was set up before the trial of two women who murdered two-year-old Liam Fee.
A review into child protection systems was announced by the Scottish government in February.
Mr Swinney said Ms Dyer, who also served as chief executive of the Crown Office, would bring "the expertise, experience and independence this sensitive task needs.”
The incident happened at a centre in Broxburn, West Lothian.
Emergency services were called to Strathbrock homeless facility on Monday after concerns were raised.
Police Scotland said the child was taken to the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh.
An investigation is under way.
A driver has been taken to hospital after a lorry overturned on the M8 in Glasgow causing rush hour delays.
It happened at about 05:54 at Junction 8 Baillieston.
Police Scotland said the lorry hit the central barrier. No other vehicles were involved.
The 31-year-old man was attacked as he walked home from a night out with a friend.
The assault took place in the Pilrig Street area of Edinburgh at about 02:00 on 24 April.
Officers released the footage in a bid to trace the man, who is thought to be about 5ft 8in tall and in his 20's.
He is described as having short blond or ginger hair and an Edinburgh accent.
Det Con Iain Wallace said: "The man pictured is believed to be of significance to our investigation, and I'd urge anyone who may recognise him to come forward."
Almost three-quarters (74%) of girls aged eight told researchers they liked reading "a lot", compared with 58% of boys the same age.
Two-thirds (66%) of eight-year-olds taking part in the study said they like reading "a lot" and a quarter (24%) said they like it "a bit".
Researchers found that while children from disadvantaged backgrounds were less likely to be read to frequently when younger, both groups were equally likely to enjoy reading when they reached age eight.
The study, carried out by ScotCen Social Research, found no significant differences in enjoyment of reading according to the child's ethnicity, parental level of education, or the mother's age at the time of the child's birth.
The presumptive Republican candidate will visit his golf course on Menie Estate.
He has already confirmed he will appear at a revamped Turnberry resort in Ayrshire on 22 June.
Mr Trump announced his travel plans to his 8.6m followers on Twitter.
His Trump International Golf Links course and hotel development in Aberdeenshire has long been a source of controversy, which has included rows with locals and legal wrangles.