Plan to end corroboration on hold
Controversial plans to end the need for evidence in Scottish criminal trials to come from two sources are put on hold for at least a year.
Anger over baby ashes report move
Parents of babies whose ashes were disposed of without their knowledge say they were "stunned" to learn a report into the scandal was handed over last week.
Oxfam calls for indy alternative
A senior adviser to Oxfam says the Scottish government's White Paper on independence does not offer a "radical alternative" to UK policies.
Watchdog names referendum campaigns
The elections watchdog officially names Yes Scotland and Better Together the two main campaign groups ahead of the Scottish independence referendum.
Referendum pleas on St George's Day
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond and UK Prime Minister David Cameron use the English feast day of St George to make their Scottish independence referendum appeals.
Brown: UK 'protects' Scots' pensions
Gordon Brown says Scottish pensioners are "better protected" in UK, comments the SNP describes as "ludicrous".
More bodies quit CBI over referendum
Seven more organisations announce they are leaving the CBI business lobby group over its stance in the Scottish independence debate.
Warning over 'free' BBC services
Access to BBC services in an independent Scotland "would require a great deal of negotiation", according to former BBC Trust member Jeremy Peat.
Progress at under-fire health board
A health board whose patient care was slated after a probe into above-average mortality rates is making progress, the Scottish government says.
Reason for major power cut revealed
A fault at a substation is indentified as the cause of a power outage which affected more than 200,000 properties.
MSPs hear control room concerns
MSPs on the petitions committee are told of concerns about moves to close emergency control rooms in Inverness and Aberdeen.