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BBC Scotland Weather
This evening and tonight, a little patchy rain will affect the south west, as well as the Lothians and Borders for a time.
A few spots of drizzle on hills across Highland and Grampian too, but most places dry.
There'll be a patchy frost in the north, with temperatures down to freezing or minus one. A few places will dip lower than that, most likely where there's snow cover. For central and southern Scotland, it'll be around 4 or 5 Celsius in town.
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Loan duo Aaron Kuhl and Adam Taggart have left Dundee United.
Australian international striker Adam Taggart, 22, arrived from Fulham, while 19-year-old midfielder Kuhl belongs to Reading.Copyright: SNS
Both men were summer deadline day arrivals, signed by former manager Jackie McNamara until January.
Kuhl started seven matches but has not featured since early November, with Taggart making five starts and four more appearances as a substitute.
A secondary school which was damaged by a deliberate fire is to be reopened on Tuesday.
Harlaw Academy was closed on Monday after an incident at the weekend.Copyright: Google
Fire crews were called to the school on Albyn Place at about 01:30 on Saturday after a member of the public spotted smoke and heard the school's alarm.
Aberdeen City Council said part of the school, including the library, was significantly damaged by the fire.
It will be sealed off to pupils as cleaning and repair work continues.
The school's annual concert and talent show have been cancelled as a result.
No-one was hurt by the blaze.
A Holyrood committee has called on the BBC to set out how much money it raises and spends in Scotland.
MSPs on the Education and Culture Committee are to question senior figures from the BBC as part of the charter renewal process.Copyright: Getty
Committee convener Stewart Maxwell said the committee wanted to find out how the broadcaster can "better reflect the diversity of the Scottish audience".
The Scottish government has called for a greatly enhanced BBC Scotland.
It wants a new BBC Scotland TV channel to be created alongside a second English-language radio station, and for BBC Scotland to be given more influence and a greater slice of the licence fee.
A police helicopter and dogs are searching for a missing woman in Fife.
Maureen Bannister, 43, from Leuchars, has not been seen since about 14:00 on Sunday.Copyright: Police handout
It is understood that shortly after this Ms Bannister left a house on Pitcairn Park in a blue-coloured Ford Focus with her dog, a black/grey-coloured cross-breed Yorkshire Terrier.
Ms Bannister is known to walk her dog in and around Tentsmuir Forest.
The dog was found near the woman's car in the Tayport area shortly after Ms Bannister was reported missing.
The missing woman was described as 5ft 4in tall, of slim build and has long dark hair.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon arrives at 10 Downing Street for devolution talks with David Cameron.Copyright: BBC Scotland
The SNP leader has said Scotland may be hundreds of millions of pounds a year worse off if a deal on new tax powers and welfare is not right.
But the UK prime minister has insisted the financial footing for Holyrood's new powers would be fair to Scotland.
Police have seized cannabis with an estimated street value of nearly £170,000.
Officers found the plants growing in a disused building on Dumbarton Road in Clydebank
Police Scotland said inquiries are continuing, and they have appealed to local people for help.
A woman has been recognised for her work with charities helping people with dementia.
Nancy McAdam has been presented with a British Empire Medal after earlier in the year being named in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.Copyright: Alzheimer Scotland
Ms McAdam, who lives on a croft on the Black Isle, is a longstanding member of the Scottish Dementia Working Group.
With others she founded Highland Dementia Working Group and Inverness Dementia Memory Group.
Ms Bowen was diagnosed with vascular dementia 12 years ago.
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Senior players must take the lead as managerless St Mirren bid to recover from a poor start to the season, says goalkeeper Jamie Langfield.
The 35-year-old will assist veteran coach Alex Miller, while the Paisley club seek a replacement for Ian Murray, who resigned on Saturday.Copyright: SNS
"We need to dig ourselves out of this," Langfield told BBC Scotland.
"The buck stops with us players. It's up to us to get the team going again, especially the experienced boys."
Murray quit his post after just six months, leaving St Mirren eighth in the Championship, with two wins from 16 league matches.
A man has been accused of smashing glass in a Dundee mosque and struggling with members of the congregation.
Donald Skene, from Dundee, is alleged to have burst into Taj Madina Mosque in Victoria Road on Friday afternoon.Copyright: Google
The 38-year-old is said to have "conducted himself in a disorderly manner" by acting aggressively, shouting and swearing.
The case was continued for further examination and Mr Skene was remanded in custody.
Prosecutors allege that Mr Skene repeatedly punched and smashed the glass of framed prayers on the walls during the incident.
He made no plea or declaration during the brief private hearing through his solicitor Ross Donnelly.
He is expected to appear at Dundee Sheriff Court again next week.
Police Scotland is not commenting on reports Aberdeen's most senior police officer is to step down.
A report to city councillors says Ch Supt Adrian Watson is to retire and his replacement has already been nominated.Copyright: BBC
The report to go before councillors includes a letter from former Ch Con Sir Stephen House announcing Ch Supt Campbell Thomson has been nominated.
The post is commander of a newly-merged North East division.
Ch Supt Watson has been the senior police officer in Aberdeen since the setting up of a single force in Scotland in 2013.
The STUC said it was in broad agreement with the commission's report looking at options for replacing the council tax, noting especially suggestions that any reform to local tax ‘has to continue to include a recurrent tax on domestic property’.Quote Message: Whilst supporting the Commission’s view that the local tax base should be broadened the STUC is less enthusiastic about any replacement for the Council Tax ultimately involving a further tax on wages. from Grahame Smith STUC general secretary
A reactor at the Torness nuclear power plant in East Lothian automatically shut down during routine testing earlier today.
It was the first unplanned outage this year.
EDF Energy said Reactor 2 shut down safely, cooling was maintained, and there were "no health or environmental impacts".Copyright: BBC
Engineers plan to have the Forth Road Bridge reopened by 4 January.
Contractor Amey confirmed the news during a briefing with MSPs at Holyrood.
The company said the deadline was weather-dependent, but that work was currently on track.Copyright: PA
Sounds like the good old Poll Tax was a good idea all those years ago – based on the ability to pay and who was working in a household…..all had to contribute
I wait to see what actually happens- as the few of us who pay all the tax required, will be worrying that the bills will become an even heavier burden,
Those who currently don’t pay will probably still not pay anything, so the burden that all of us hardworking folks will just keep paying up and have less free money to keep the economy going.
We still do not even know what the Scottish Tax will be……from Bored with Taxation, Aberdeenshire