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Now on BBC One, it's time for the news where you are.
Police say they're following up a "positive line of inquiry"
following the murder of a man who was discovered badly
injured in Glasgow back court on Christmas Day.
Thomas Roberts, who was 43, died later in hospital.
Ad 4am on Christmas Day, police were cold to this block of flats in the
Saracen area of Glasgow and found a badly injured man. 42-year-old
Thomas Roberts from Milton. A was taken to hospital from the scene but
died shortly afterwards -- a was. Unconfirmed reports say the attack
may have lasted for some time. On Facebook, his daughter said that
Heaven had gained another angel. His family and friends have been left
shattered. A 50-year-old unnamed man was also discovered injured at the
scene and is in a stable condition in hospital. A could be a vital
witness. Forensics teams have already combed the area for clues.
Police are following a positive line of inquiry but won't help from
witnesses. They are conducting inquiries locally house-to-house and
examining CCTV footage to try to find out what happened here.
Police are investigating the death of a 30-year-old man whose body
was found in Frasers department store in Princes Street
Officers say they are treating the death of the man -
who was a member of staff - as unexplained.
The shop has been shut and will remain closed
House of Fraser says it is "deeply saddened" by the death,
The NHS is struggling to cope with increasing demands
The doctors union has said health service funding is stagnating
despite what it describes as the "unprecedented
Queueing just to register for AGP, such other pressures on the NHS. The
dockers union says urgent action is needed with an ageing population --
a GP. Most practices can recruit new doctors. A consultant level, we have
one in 15 vacancies, that is the official figures. We think they're
worse -- at consultant level. It has a knock-on effect on staff in the
health service because everyone is working harder and it has a knock-on
effect on the quality of care. Recruiting doctors and nurses is an
ongoing problem in riddle, rural areas. Money is static so the health
service cannot keep pace with demand. The Health Secretary accepts
changes needed. the criticism follows Audit Scotland that the NHS
met only one of its eight waiting time targets and faces further
savings. The Scottish blueprint for the NHS emphasises intervention to
savings. The Scottish blueprint for stop people becoming ill and
treatment to prevent conditions worsening but doctors argued the gap
between demand and resources continues, and there will be no
choice but to ask what the NHS can't deliver in future.
Building work on the new Forth Crossing is now 94% complete.
Transport Scotland has released this video showing progress
on the construction work over the past year.
Only two segments of the deck of the Queensferry Crossing
The bridge was originally due to open this month,
but is now scheduled to begin carrying vehicles from May.
An album of early photographs is to be sold at auction.
Edward Muybridge's pictures of horses and humans from the late
19th century were the first to be made using high speed
It pioneered the stop motion photography which preceded
cinematography, so it was the first time that people had seen these
Then he set up their system of tripwires so that the horse
ran through the wires, it would automatically trigger
a bank of 12 cameras that were set up one after another.
Football and there are two Premiership matches
At Pittodrie, Aberdeen took on Hamilton Accies.
That match ended in a 2-1 victory for the Dons.
Hearts against Kilmarnock kicks-off at 7:45 tonight.
There's live coverage of the game over on BBC Radio Scotland.
Scotland's ferry services are largely returning to normal,
including Eigg's first in almost a week, following disruption caused
In the Northern Isles, Northlink's Orkney sailings
Cal-Mac's Mallaig Armadale service was cancelled earlier,
while a few other routes aren't running to the normal timetable.
Now let's get the weather forecast from Christopher.
Fairly settled condition over the next few days but tonight, dry away
from the northwest. Further south, fog will develop and it will be
fairly dense by tomorrow morning saw some tricky travelling conditions,
potentially delays. Overnight tonight, across the northeast we
will have the coldest conditions below freezing. Milder around the
West Coast and northwest and that we sucked into tomorrow. Elsewhere,
cloudy with light rain or drizzle over the hills and temperatures of
six Celsius but temperatures at around 10 Celsius to start the day
and across the Northern Isles, windy and settled there us north-western
coasts the wind will be quite strong, perhaps gale force for a
time. Elsewhere, largely dry, lighter winds, probably cloudier
than today but still some brightness on offer across parts of the
northeast and towards the Lothians and Borders. Milder in the southwest
and the northwest but still quite windy here. Elsewhere, like today,
temperatures are eight or nine Celsius looking ahead and little in
the way of change, we still have high pressure to the south of us but
this front is trying to edge it way in and threatens outbreaks of rain
at times. Elsewhere, largely dry, but also largely cloudy. Come
Friday, the rain is waxing and waning around northern parts of the
way -- mainland, temperatures into double digits, and fog Hogmanay, the
rain could jittery southwards. It could be in the Central Belt for the
spells. Join Graham Stewart for our
"late-late" bulletin at the later than scheduled time of 11:10pm
tonight if you can. Until then, from everyone
on Reporting Scotland,