Holyrood morning roundup: Friday 14 October, 2011

by Oct 14, 2011 No Comments

Good morning – here are the top 10 stories in Scotland this morning:

Scottish oil to keep flowing till 2050 (Scotsman)

Brazil deal ‘worth millions’ to Aberdeen oil service company (Press & Journal)

Radioactive lockdown on the shores of Fife
(Scotsman)

You’re right to criticise Labour, Alexander told (Scotsman)

Pinhole leak in pipe sparked Dounreay nuclear alert (BBC Scotland)

Chemical may aid hospital superbug fight (BBC Scotland)

Council unveils parade regulation proposals (Herald)

Gaelic’s Royal National Mod to start on Western Isles (BBC Scotland)

Police hit back at father in Braehead photo row
(Herald)

Iceland alert as volcano threatens to blow its top (Scotland)

Former Rangers director Donald McIntyre launches bid to freeze £300k of club’s money in legal battle (Daily Record)

The Scottish Parliament is in recess.

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