13:47 UK time, Tuesday, 26 November 2013
The prospectus for independence is sunnily optimistic, offering safety and reassurance that the only change will be to remove things you probably don't like.
Trains on more than 20 routes in Scotland are cancelled, and motorists are warned of difficult conditions, because of forecast high winds.
An arts charity is given £565,000 to help save a derelict building in Argyll which is considered by some as a masterpiece of modernist architecture.
Riaghaltas Bhreatainn air gearradh a thoirt iar an taic-airgid do thuathan-gaoithe air tìr, agus cumhachd na grèine.
Christmas cards commissioned by First Minister Alex Salmond
Floral tributes laid at the Clutha helicopter crash scene
Flag experts draw up Union jack designs without the Scots blue
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Have a look round the secret world of submarines
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A selection of your pictures taken across Scotland
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