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- New Queensferry Crossing delayed
- Three people arrested over man's death
- EU farm payments deadline extended
- Bank branch robbed twice in two months
A consultant paediatrician told the High Court in Livingston 25-year-old Damien Menzies was not overly concerned and had no explanation as to why the baby was so unwell.
The 25-day-old boy was admitted to Edinburgh's Sick Kids hospital in October 2014 suffering a ''non accidental brain injury''.
Mr Menzies denies attempting to murder the baby. The trial continues.
The man was seriously injured after falling from a climb in Coire an Lochain at about 10:00.
He was airlifted to Raigmore Hospital in Inverness by Coastguard helicopter, but later died from his injuries.
Iain Wightman, 18, died after being involved in a collision with a Land Rover Discovery between Dalmeny and Kitkliston near Edinburgh on Monday.
Iain was a wonderful, wonderful boy, much loved and missed by his brother Colin, sister Katie and Mum and Dad He wanted to train to be an Olympic cyclist and was a great rugby player. He is a great loss in our lives and will never be forgotten by those that knew him and we wish he was back with us.
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The 15-year-old Scot became the youngest ever Commonwealth medallist when she finished third in the SB9 100m breaststroke aged 13 in 2014.
However, she was told in April her impairment was now not serious enough for her to compete in Para-swimming.
A second panel, at the Berlin Open event, upheld the result on Wednesday.
David Crozier, who is 68 and from Shetland, was ordered not to contact Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh for five years.
Crozier previously admitted at Lerwick Sheriff Court to sending messages containing offensive and abusive comments aggravated by religious prejudice from his home in May last year.
The court heard that Ms Ahmed-Shikh was left fearful for her safety while attending public events after receiving the letters.
Police Scotland said the road had been closed about five miles south of Dalwhinnie.
The collision involving a car and a lorry happened at about 14:55.
Police, fire and ambulance services are at the scene, but it is not known if there are any injuries.
Sarah McClay, who was 24 and from Glasgow, died at South Lakes Wild Animal Park - now known as South Lakes Safari Zoo - in south Cumbria in May 2013.
A Sumatran tiger, which got through an unlocked gate, left deep puncture wounds in her neck and body.
The zoo pleaded guilty to contravening the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and failing to ensure people who were not staff were not exposed to risk on the day in question.
Sentencing will take place at Preston Crown Court on Friday when the company is expected to receive a financial penalty.
More than £11,300 in cash and tobacco packaging were also confiscated following a raid on a house in Glenrothes.
HM Revenue and Customs said a 31-year-old man and a 27-year-old man had been charged.
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The EU Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development Phil Hogan announced his intention to extend the cut-off point from 30 June to 15 October.
It comes after farmers were affected by major issues with a £178m IT system set up in Scotland to administer the new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) payments.
Mr Hogan said it was an “exceptional measure” and an “unprecedented level of flexibility” for member states, including Scotland, that struggled to process the vital payments on time.
The decision means ministers will avoid fines of up to £125m that could have been imposed if 95% of farm payments were not made by 30 June.
The Scottish government has been let off the hook by this decision, which thankfully will mean that taxpayers will not have to foot the bill for the failure to process these vital payments on time.
Unite, in conjunction with the GMB and RMT unions, will ballot more than 200 Wood Group workers on eight of Shell's North Sea oil and gas platforms.
Unite said its members were facing a pay cut of up to 22% from the Wood Group, rising to 30% once allowances were added.
The ballot, on options including strike action and industrial action short of a strike, will open on Wednesday 15 June and close on 13 July.
Ryan Webster, of Aberdeen, James Mackie, of Inverness, and Scott Hunter, of Bathgate, took up road cycling and signed up to do 150 miles for the Men United prostate cancer event.
Their padlocked bikes were stolen the day after the event, outside King's Cross St Pancras station in London.
They have now launched an appeal to raise £2,500 to buy replacements.
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The Scots, who beat England for the first time in this year's Six Nations, meet their rivals in Manchester.
Tries from Zander Fagerson and Darcy Graham, plus a penalty and conversion from Adam Hastings, secured a a historic victory over a 14-man Australia on 7 June.
"This is a really special result," said Scotland coach John Dalziel.
"I'm really pleased for the boys as they've put in so much work and it's great to get it under the belt at this stage of the tournament.
"We've now got a huge four-day turnaround and a lot of work to do before the England game. But we'll have two or three guys who are fresh and others who were replacements tonight."
Police say they believe two robberies at the same bank branch in Helensburgh, Argyll, in the last two months are linked.
Two men escaped with a cash box after threatening G4S staff with weapons inside Santander on West Princes Street at 00:35.
It follows a similar early morning raid on 6 April when two men escaped with a five-figure sum of cash.
Speaking at Prime Minister's Questions, he said ministers would ''shortly be commisioning'' the new Type 26 programme.
The frigates will be built at the Govan and Scotstoun yards.
Mr Cameron was speaking after a former head of the Navy accused UK ministers of delaying the project because of a shortage of money.
He made the comments in an exchange with the SNP MP for Stirling Steven Paterson.
Police Scotland said he fell while climbing in Coire an Lochain at about 10:00 and has "potentially serious injuries".
He was airlifted to Raigmore Hospital in Inverness by a Coastguard helicopter.
Police said two G4S employees were inside the Santander bank on West Princes Street at 00:35 when two men entered and threatened them with weapons.
The men then made off in an unknown direction with a cash box.
It follows a similar incident at the bank on 6 April when a five-figure sum was taken.
Det Insp Douglas Wilson said: "Two men entered the premises of the bank, by means of the window, threatened the men with weapons and then made off with the cash box in an unknown direction – possibly using a dark coloured 4x4 vehicle in their escape.
“Officers remain at the scene on West Princes Street and local door to door inquiries are underway.
"Specialist officers are analysing available CCTV. A dedicated incident room has been established at Helensburgh Police office."
Figures from Ski Scotland suggest that skiers and snowboarders generated almost £21m for the Scottish and UK economies.
An estimated £16.8m was spent on local businesses, with a further £4.1m going to the resorts themselves.
The report also shows a drop in the number of skier days from the 2014/2015 season.
Heather Negus, chairwoman of Ski Scotland said: "Although they are lower than last season, they are much better than anticipated, given the late start to the season.
"This year, the season did not start until mid-January, as opposed to last winter, when our first ski areas were open by mid-December."
The move follows the announcement that the original building, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for Miss Kate Cranston in 1901, will close on 22 June for a two-year refurbishment.
The tearoom, at 217 Sauchiehall Street, will be recreated at the Watt Brothers department store at number 119.
Owner Anne Mulhern said: "When we found out that the repairs to our existing building meant that we would have to close for two years, we were devastated.
"We still have the Willow Tea Rooms in Buchanan Street but were keen to open near Sauchiehall Street and secure the jobs of our fantastic staff."
The 36-year-old victim was assaulted in the Sighthill area at about 05:40 on Tuesday as he was walking on Forrester Park Loan.
Police said two men approached him and began talking to him before launching an "unprovoked and cowardly attack".
They then ran off towards Broomhall Road. The man was left with serious leg injuries and was taken to hospital.
The first suspect was white, in his early 20s, about 6ft tall with cropped dark hair and smelt strongly of alcohol.
The second suspect was also white and in his 20s, with a medium build and about 5ft 10ins tall.
Officers have appealed for witnesses to get in touch.
The presumptive Republican nominee attracted widespread criticism when he called for a temporary ban on Muslims entering the US.
The billionaire is due to fly into Scotland later this month to relaunch his Turnberry golf course and hotel in South Ayrshire after a £200m revamp.
A statement reported in the Herald newspaper from Hafiz Ghafoor, of Annandale Mosque, and Munawar Hussain, secretary of Roxburgh Street Mosque and Islamic Centre, both in Edinburgh, invited Mr Trump to learn more about Muslims during his visit.
Helicopter operator CHC has said it will no longer fly Super Puma H225s from its Aberdeen base.
The announcement came six days after European aviation safety officials extended the grounding of Super Pumas amid concerns about its gearbox.
Signs of metal fatigue were found in components after a crash off Norway that killed 13 people in April.
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London 2012 gold medallist Grainger and her former double scull partner Vicky Thornley dissolved their double scull campaign in May to focus on earning spots in the larger boat.
The 40-year-old could now miss the Games unless selectors decide to reform her and Thornley's partnership.
The squad is to be announced on Thursday.
Police said William Brittle, who lived at Broomlands Street, died in hospital yesterday following an altercation at a property in the street on Monday.
They were called to a report of a 60-year-old man injured at about 14:35 on Monday.
Two men, aged 26 years and 45 years and a 41-year-old woman have been arrested and are in police custody.
A post-mortem examination is due to take place to establish the exact cause of death.