Scotland

Most-read stories in Scotland 2010: 20 to 11

The BBC Scotland news website looks back at the most-read stories of 2010.

The rankings are based on the number of page views. Here are the stories from number 20 to 11:

NUMBER 20

Dance music star Basshunter has been charged by police over an alleged sex assault on two female fans at a Fife nightclub gig.

Basshunter music star on sex attack charges

NUMBER 19

An animal charity is hoping to find the owner of a dog which boarded a Glasgow bus in freezing conditions and refused to leave.

Freezing dog refuses to leave bus

NUMBER 18

A woman has been charged after a 10-year-old girl was attacked by two Rottweiler dogs in a Dundee street.

Woman is charged over dog attack

NUMBER 17

More than 80 motorists were stuck overnight in Aberdeenshire as heavy snow continues to affect large parts of Scotland.

Motorists stranded in heavy snow

NUMBER 16

A train derailment in Argyll which left eight people injured was "probably" caused by a landslide, British Transport Police (BTP) have said.

Boulders 'caused rail derailment'

NUMBER 15

The University of Dundee has published another image captured by its satellite receiving station showing much of the UK covered in snow.

UK snow cover viewed from space

NUMBER 14

BBC Radio 4 programme Far From the Madding Child visits the village where residents must be more than 45 years old.

Quiet life in child-free village

NUMBER 13

A teenage girl has been jailed for life for killing a Fife grandmother during a row over £5 and a borrowed cigarette.

Teenage girl gets life for murder

NUMBER 12

Police have launched an investigation into the death of one of Britain's youngest Lottery jackpot winners.

Teenage Lottery winner's death investigated

NUMBER 11

A new research project in the Highlands has provided a rare insight into the secret world of one of Britain's most endangered and elusive species.

Camera captures 'Highland tiger'