15 July 2014
Three events: each significant, each with a longer term impact. Of the three, the greatest significance may ultimately lie not with the new and unexpected but with the development which was forecast.
Team Scotland remain one gold away from their best-ever Commonwealth Games total but edge closer to matching their best for all medals.
Police launch a murder inquiry into the death of a 23-year-old Greenock man in the early hours of Sunday.
Scottish universities should appoint more women to their governing bodies or be forced to do so, according to the National Union of Students.
Scotland's youngest ever Commonwealth Games competitor, 13-year-old Erraid Davies, wins bronze in the SB9 100m breaststroke final. BBC Sport
A record number of 59 Scottish parks will fly a Green Flag this year after being awarded the environmental honour.
The athletics started yesterday at Hampden, so Mount Florida station, Battlefield and the immediate area around the stadium is going to be very, very busy for the next six days.
The first session starts at 10:00 with doors opening two hours before, so plan your journey carefully and make sure you leave plenty of time.
Following yesterday's park and ride problems, organisers say they're putting more resources into the system from today.
At the Barry Buddon Shooting Centre in Carnoustie, public transport and roads are expected to be particularly busy today and tomorrow. The centre is about a 40-minute walk from Carnoustie railway station.
Generally speaking, if you are catching a train this morning, services towards Central station from Ardrossan, Largs, Paisley Canal, East Kilbride, Neilston, Newton, Motherwell, Lanark and Larkhall are all expected to be exceptionally busy.
Peak services to Queen Street station from Stirling, Perth, Cumbernauld, Falkirk and Edinburgh via Airdrie are expected to be the same.
It was another great day at the Commonwealth Games for Scotland yesterday.
The undoubted highlight was the success of Erraid Davies, the 13-year-old swimmer from the Shetland Islands.
Erraid, the youngest competitor at Glasgow 2014 and Team Scotland''s youngest ever competitor, won a bronze medal in the SB9 100m breaststroke. and her smile melted many a Scottish heart.
While we are all feeling a bit soft, how about the moment Scottish cyclist Chris Pritchard proposed to his partner Amanda Ball in the stands of the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome after racing in the keirin?
In all, there was two silver medals and three bronze for Scots. There was a second silver of the Games for Aileen McGlynn and Louise Haston in the para-sport tandem time trial. McGlynn also became engaged after her triumph.
Katie Archibald took bronze in the women's cycling 25k points race in the velodrome, while in the pool Scotland took silver in the 4x200m freestyle relay and Hannah Miley won bronze in the 200m individual medley.
It'll be a misty start in places with some patches of low cloud. This should burn off quite quickly to leave a dry morning with bright spells. Through the day it stays dry with bright or sunny spells and light winds.
The best of the sunshine is likely to be around the coastline with cloud building at times inland. Afternoon highs around 20C to 21C, with a few spots climbing to around 23C in west central Scotland and the south.
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