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Summary

  1. Woman killed by car in police chase
  2. Scots judo star injured in Vietnam crash
  3. Legal highs blamed for brothers' death
  4. Body found in missing hill walker search
  5. Brexit warning over finance jobs
  6. Helicopter crash victim funeral due

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By Jo Perry and Andrew Southwick

All times stated are UK

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  1. Close: That is all from Scotland Live today

    Andrew Southwick

    Join us again on Monday for all the latest news, sports, weather and travel from around the country.

    Until then, have a very pleasant weekend.

  2. All the team news ahead of Saturday's Scottish football fixtures

    In the final weekend of Scottish Premiership fixtures, Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Dundee do battle for seventh spot.

    Ahead of their relegation play-off, Kilmarnock host demotion-bound Dundee United, while Hamilton Academical travel to Partick Thistle.

    In the League One play-off final, Queen's Park and visitors Clyde vie for promotion to the third tier, with the hosts leading 3-1 on aggregate.

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    Scottish Premiership (all 12:30)

    Inverness Caledonian Thistle v Dundee

    Kilmarnock v Dundee United

    Partick Thistle v Hamilton Academical

    Scottish League One play-off final second leg (15:00)

    Queen's Park v Clyde (agg 3-1)

  3. Falkirk and Hibernian both almost at full strength for crucial play-off clash

    The two sides are tied at 2-2 after the first leg of Premiership play-off semi-final.

    The eventual winner will play Kilmarnock in the two-legged final for a place in next season's top flight.

    Midfielder Peter Grant has been a long-term absentee for Peter Houston's Falkirk.

    Marvin Bartley returns to the Hibs squad after the midfielder missed Tuesday's first leg, which finished 2-2, due to a tight hamstring.

    Hibs v Falkirk

    How to follow: Listen on BBC Radio Scotland; live text commentary on BBC Sport website.

  4. Consultation on new crossing for Aberdeen's Bridge of Dee area to be launched

    Aberdeen City Council said options including an arch bridge could be a way of tackling a "bottleneck" issue. The month-long consultation runs from Tuesday until 17 June.

    Transport and regeneration spokesman Ross Grant said: "This scheme should make a big difference transforming connectivity for residents, commuters and visitors getting around the city."

    Artist image of proposed new bridge

    Exhibitions will also be held at Inchgarth Community Centre on Tuesday and at South Holburn Church on Wednesday, both from noon to 20:00.  

  5. Serial rapist who abused three women is warned he faces a lengthy jail term

    Gerard Porteous, 56, denied a string of offences against the women during a trial at the High Court in Edinburgh.  

    However a jury unanimously found him guilty of four charges of rape.

    He was also convicted of assault with intent to rape and further charges of indecent assault, assault and behaviour causing fear and alarm.

    Judge Michael O'Grady QC told him: "You have been convicted of an appalling course of conduct towards three self-evidently decent women.

    "You have used and abused and degraded them in the most vile and disgusting fashion."

    Gerard Porteous
  6. Drink driver's ban is cut after winning new limit case appeal

    An appeal court has cut a drink driver's ban after ruling he presented "no greater risk" under Scotland's new limit than he did under the old one.

    Peter Jenkins was fined £1,400 and banned for 34 months after being caught on Wigtown Road in Newton Stewart.

    It was based on his reading of 87 micrograms in 100 millilitres of breath being nearly four times the 22 limit.

    Alchohol and handcuffs

    However, the sheriff appeal court said that approach was "erroneous" and cut the ban to 22 months and fine to £900.

    The limit in Scotland used to be 35 micrograms per 100 millilitres of breath - as it remains in England and Wales - but was cut to 22 micrograms in December 2014.

  7. Repeat offender who searched internet for 'extremely graphic' child abuse images jailed

    A convicted Dundee sex offender has been jailed for three-and-a-half years after being caught with 15 hours of video and almost 450 images of children aged between one and 15 being abused.

    Brian Clark, 45, bought a laptop and went back online just two weeks after an internet ban for a previous sex offence had expired.

    He will also be supervised for three-and-a-half years following his release.

    Brian Clark
  8. Celtic's European failures down to players says defender Mikael Lustig

    Lustig insists Ronny Deila is "not to blame" for the club missing out on Champions League football under the manager's tenure.

    Deila will leave Premiership champions Celtic after Sunday's match against Motherwell.

    The Norwegian led the club to two titles and a League Cup win, but they were unable to reach the Champions League group stage this term and last.

    Ronny Deila (left) and Mikael Lustig

    "We did not play as well as was needed. Of course Celtic always want to be in the Champions League, but at the same time, he is not to blame. The players are the ones out there.

    "When we went out of the Champions League, we should have been the better team, but we were not at that standard."

  9. Man who died in collision between two vans in Aberdeenshire is named by police

    Willliam Buchan, who was 48 and from Peterhead died following the accident on the A90 Aberdeen to Peterhead Road near Hatton.

    Police officer in high viz vest

    The 26-year-old driver of the other van was seriously hurt and is said to be in a stable condition at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.

    Police have appealed for witnesses to the crash to come forward.

  10. Two men arrested on suspicion of manslaughter after man dies following fight in Cumbria

    Robert Gordon, 47, from Kilmarnock, was critically injured at Stanwix Park Holiday Centre in Silloth on 12 March.

    Stanwix Holiday Park

    The men, aged 24 and 47 and both from Silloth, have been arrested on suspicion of causing his death.

  11. Watch: Sister's concern for 'coma' judo star

    The sister of a Scottish Commonwealth Games medallist has said her family is thankful for all the support they have had.Stephanie Inglis, who won silver in judo at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, was taken to hospital with severe head injuries following a bike accident in Vietnam.  

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    Video caption: Judo star Stephanie Inglis's sister: 'We just want her home'

    Friends of the 27-year-old, from the Daviot, have set up a fundraising appeal to pay for her medical treatment after her insurance company said she is not fully covered.Speaking to the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire Show, Stacey said it is a worrying time for the family.  

  12. Coming up: Nick Eardley talks to the SNP MPs elected to Westminster 12 months ago

    Newsdrive

    BBC Radio Scotland

    On tonight's Newsdrive from 16:00 - BBC Scotland's Westminster correspondent finds out what it's been like for the SNP MPs elected to the House of Commons last year.

    SNP MPs at Westminster with Nicola Sturgeon

    Also on the programme; The latest on the Commonwealth Games judo star Stephanie Inglis, who is in a coma following a motorcycle accident in Vietnam.

    Listen to the programme live here.

  13. Gunman who terrorised a mother and her children has died in prison

    James Sneddon, 35, was jailed for 12 years in 2009 for the gun attack on the woman’s home in Cardonald in Glasgow.  

    Sneddon and an accomplice opened fire on her front door, even though she had screamed at the pair that they had picked the wrong house.  

    Two days earlier, Sneddon, from Kilsyth in North Lanarkshire, had threatened two police officers with a shotgun.

    James Sneddon

    The Scottish Prison Service announced the death of Sneddon, a prisoner at HMP Edinburgh.

    It added: ”Police Scotland have been advised and the matter will be reported to the procurator fiscal.

    “Next of kin have been informed and a Fatal Accident Inquiry may be held in due course.”

  14. Andy Murray beats Belgium's David Goffin 6-1 7-5 to reach Italian Open semi-final

    The world number three lost his first service game to love but then won six games in a row to take the first set.

    Goffin, who beat Tomas Berdych 6-0 6-0 on Thursday, challenged Murray in the second set, but the Scot battled back to win on a windy day in Rome.

    Murray, 28, will face Lucas Pouille in the last four after the Frenchman's opponent Juan Monaco withdrew.

    Andy Murray

    Seven-time champion Rafael Nadal and world number one Novak Djokovic meet later in another quarter-final tie.

  15. Dundee defender O'Dea hopes to keep full-back Paul McGinn at Dens Park

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    McGinn, 25, is out of contract this summer and has been linked with Hibs, where his brother John, 21, plays.

    Paul McGinn
    Image caption: Paul McGinn is soon to be out of contract

    "I thought when I first came in that Paul was a decent player," said Republic of Ireland cap Darren O'Dea, 29.

    "But the more I've seen of him, I now realise he is a very, very good player. I really hope he is here next year, but that's down to the club and him."

  16. Scottish Borders Council appoints 'specialist enforcement firm' to help tackle dog fouling and littering

    Officers from 3GS will work alongside the local authority on a 12-month pilot scheme targeting problem areas.

    Scottish Borders Council

    They will have the power to issue £80 fixed penalty fines.

    The council said it believed it was the first time a Scottish local authority and a private firm had teamed up to tackle dog fouling. Officers should be in place by the end of May.

  17. Woman dies after one vehicle crash on Isle of Skye

    The crash happened on the A87 near Broadford at about 10:10 this morning.

    Police officer at accident scene generic

    The woman, who was the sole occupant of the car, died in hospital after being cut free from the car.

    Police said the road remained closed, but it was anticipated at least one lane would be opened by late afternoon.

    A full accident investigation is under way and police have appealed for witnesses to come forward.