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Summary

  1. The Ferguson shipyard in Port Glasgow goes bust
  2. Team Scotland athletes to parade through Glasgow
  3. Dungavel detainee tested for Ebola
  4. Madison Horn death: Man to stand trial for murder

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Marianne Taylor

BBC Scotland news

Right, that's all from Scotland Live for this week.

We'll be back at 08:00 on Monday with all the latest, news, sport, weather and travel from across the country.

Meantime, you can keep up to date with events throughout the weekend on the

BBC News Scotland website.

The Scottish Sun

@ScottishSun tweets: Tattie Marshall thanks the country and says his new nickname is the Messi of bowls.

Tattie Marshall
Scottish sun

Huw Williams

BBC Scotland reporter

Team Scotland signed a saltire before the athletes' parade. Here it is...

Signed saltire
BBC

Video

You can watch our video filmed from the athletes' bus as it moved through Glasgow

here.

Euan Barton on the bus
BBC

Interviews

Many of the athletes, including gold medal-winning swimmer Ross Murdoch, are being interviewed in front of the thousands who have gathered at George Square, where the parade ended.

Appetite for more?

Jim Spence

BBC Sport

@bbcjimspence tweets: What support. The games have woken an appetite for more than just football methinks
#ThankYouScotland

Jim Spence tweet
BBC Sport

Hat trick

@glasgowlife tweets: Wellington is ready to tip his 'hat' to the athletes as the excitement builds in the City centre
#thankyouscotland

Glasgow Life tweet 15 August
Glasgow Life

Beam me up, Scottie

@STVGlasgow tweets: Even the Scottie Dogs are at George Square for the #ThankYouScotland party.

Scottie dog
STV

Almost there

The Glasgow 2014 parade floats are turning into Queen Street as they make the final approach to George Square, where thousands of people are waiting to greet them.

On the big screen

A big screen reminder of Team Scotland's medal haul for everyone at George Square.

Big screen at george Square
BBC

Magic bus

@MonDud10

tweets: fitting message and great vantage point outside @SearchRecruits
#ThankYouScotland #BestGamesEver

Team Scotland
Twitter

Judo gold

@LucyJWhyte tweets: Celebrations with Judo gold medallists @bigyin78 and Chris Sherrington.

Judo player
Lucy Whyte

Smiling faces

Lorna Gordon

BBC News Scotland correspondent

Team Scotland's youngest medal winner Erraid Davies with fellow swimmer Corrie Scott as the parade heads towards George Square.

Lorna Gordon at Athletes' Parade
Lorna Gordon

Piping hot

@Sparkle__Monkey tweets: Never been so happily deaf or proud

Pipers
other

The Mailman delivers

Gold medal winning boxer Charlie Flynn delivers a message to the crowds who have turned out to cheer Scotland's record-breaking athletes.

Charlie Flynn vine
Team Scotland

You can watch the video

here.

Glasgow 2014 parade

Lorna Gordon

BBC News Scotland correspondent

Erraid Davies, the 13-year-old swimmer from Shetland, who took bronze in the para-sport women's 100m breaststroke, said Glasgow 2014 was "amazing".

"It is really good to be able to thank everyone," she said.

Musical tribute

@SomaRecords tweets: Looking forward to welcome @Team_Scotland Athletes' Parade in Argyle St with this classic

A positive education
Soma

Lorna Gordon

BBC News Scotland correspondent

Corrie Scott, who took bronze in the 50m breaststroke at Glasgow 2014, said the atmosphere at the swimming pool at Tollcross was incredible.

She said: "In the pool, because it was a closed roof, it was so loud. I was talking to Erraid Davies earlier and we said we could not have done that, we could not have got our medals, if it was not for Glasgow. So, thank you very much."

Glasgow 2014 parade

Lorna Gordon

BBC News Scotland correspondent

Wrestler Alex Gladkov, who won a Commonwealth Games bronze medal in the 65kg category, said: "It is just fantastic. All the people here are so happy and enjoying themselves and so am I.

"Half way through my match in the games I got my leg injured and the crowd carried me through to my bronze medal. Thank you very much."

On the bus

Lorna Gordon

BBC News Scotland correspondent

It is going faster than I thought. We are now on Sauchiehall Street and, wow, what a turnout. There are hundreds if not thousands of people taking part in this one last celebration of the Commonwealth Games.

We are on the front float of seven that are making there way through the thoroughfares of Glasgow.

Flying the flag

@LucyJWhyte tweets: Flagbearer @Euan_Burton saying #thankyouscotland on #2014Parade

Euan Burton
Lucy Whyte

Sing when you're winning

@les622 tweets: The Clydesiders Chorus!

Volunteers
Lesley Forsyth

Lorna Gordon

BBC News Scotland correspondent

Team Scotland Wrestlers Viorel Etko and Alex Gladkov show off their medals to office workers on Sauchiehall Street!

Team Scotland wrestlers
BBC

Crowds out for parade

crowds
BBC

Give us a wave!

Waving to the crowds along Sauchiehall Street, near Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.

Athletes' parade
BBC

First Minister (@ScotGovFM)

tweets: FM @AlexSalmond with @Team_Scotland just before the start of today's athletes parade #ThankYouScotland #Glasgow2014

FM @AlexSalmond with @Team_Scotland just before the start of today's athletes parade #ThankYouScotland #Glasgow2014
Team scotland

Scottish Cycling

tweets: On the trucks and ready to go! #ThankYouScotland

scottish cycling
BBC

Float on

Alasdair Lamont

Senior football reporter, BBC Scotland

The floats are full of the athletes, our gold and silver and bronze medal winners. I see Erraid Davies, the young 13-year-old swimmer from Shetland on the first float, alongside Ross Murdoch, the man who surprised just about everyone, including himself, to beat Michael Jamieson to gold in the swimming. And then our gold medal-winning bowlers in the second float.

There is certainly a good atmosphere and one hopes there will be plenty of crowds out to greet them as the floats wind their way through the city.

Chef speaks

Speaking ahead of the parade, Jon Doig, Team Scotland Chef de Mission, said: "The Athletes' Parade is an exciting opportunity for Team Scotland to thank the people of Scotland for their backing throughout the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

"Their support is vital, roaring on our athletes as they proudly compete for Scotland and the Parade will be a fitting finale, where everyone can share in the moment and celebrate the achievements of the Games."

Parade start

Alasdair Lamont

Senior football reporter, BBC Scotland

The crowd is not massive outside Kelvingrove, the starting point of this parade. The five floats are all ready to go. There are only a couple of hundred people here but obviously the hope is there will be people lining the streets as it goes through the city and winds up at George Square.

Athletes' parade begins

@Team_Scotland tweets: And we're off - Make some noise Glasgow! #ThankYouScotland

Team Scotland tweet
TeamScotland

Here is the route for the Commonwealth Games athletes parade through Glasgow, which is ready to set off any minute.

Parade route
Sportscotland

The athletes' parade is due to start at Kelvingrove Art Gallery at 16:15 before making its way along Sauchiehall Street.

It will turn on to Blythswood Street, travel along West George Street before turning on to Wellington Street.

The parade will turn on to Argyle Street, before travelling up Queen Street and passing Royal Exchange Square en route to George Square, for the all ticket finale.

Gearing up

Lorna Gordon

BBC News Scotland correspondent

The calm before the crowds... Team Scotland swimmers Rachel Masson, Rachael O'Donnell and Erraid Davies prepare to set out on the athletes' parade through Glasgow.

Rachel Masson, Rachael O'Donnell and Erraid Davies
BBC

Commonwealth Parade

Glasgow Sport

tweets: The athletes are ready to set off from Kelvingrove - get your spot on the route and gie it laldy!
#ThankYouScotland

parade
Glasgow Sport

More powers for islands

Plans to give Scotland's islands greater representation in the UK government have been announced by Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael.

Legislation will be scrutinised to ensure it takes account of island priorities, the Scotland Office will have a dedicated islands representative and an oil and gas islands forum will assist decision-making in the sector, said Mr Carmichael.

Lerwick
BBC

The Scottish government has already launched a plan for more powers for Orkney, Shetland and the Western Isles should the country vote for independence.

Huw Williams

BBC Scotland reporter

Team Scotland gather at Kelvingrove ahead of Commonwealth Games parade. On @BBCNewsdrive and Reporting Scotland.

Team Scotland
BBC