Scotland's top prosecutor says investigations will continue to bring Abdelbaset al-Megrahi's accomplices to justice
Police Scotland and the coastguard are searching for a 66-year-old man from Eyemouth, in the Scottish Borders, who has been missing since he left a pub on Friday evening.
John Young left The Fleet pub at about 6:30pm and was seen heading towards the harbour area of Eyemouth.
He is white, 6ft 1in tall, slim build, with short dark hair and a beard. He was wearing a hat, a dark grey jacket fawn trousers and a blue t-shirt.
Scotland's top prosecutor has reaffirmed Abdelbaset al-Megrahi's guilt in the killing of 270 people in the Lockerbie bombing and has pledged to track down his accomplices.
Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland said no Crown Office investigator or prosecutor had raised a concern about the evidence in the bombing of Pan Am flight 103 in 1989.
Megrahi's part in the bombing has been called into question in a series of books, documentaries and testimony to the Scottish Parliament.
A petition seeking "Justice For Megrahi", backed by politicians and family members of some victims, remains on Holyrood's books two years after al-Megrahi's death.
But in an address to relatives on the anniversary of the bombing, Mr Mulholland said his investigation "remains on the evidence, and not on speculation and supposition".
Selkirk Football Club are appealing to fans to join in their "donate on the gate" match this afternoon.
The club are playing at home against Gretna and instead of charging fans money to watch the game, they're asking for food donations.
The items collected will be donated to local foodbanks in the Scottish Borders.
Kick-off is at 2pm at Yarrow Park.
Cumbria Police say the busiest night in the run up to Christmas passed off "like a normal Friday night"
The force says they made around 20 arrests for public order offences on what's known as Black Eye Friday or Festive Friday.
Officers say town centres were busy but have thanked to majority of people for behaving themselves.
Tributes have been paid to the founder of the Wickerman Festival, after he died as a result of a shooting incident.
Jamie Gilroy, from Dundrennan in Dumfriesshire, was found with severe head injuries at his farm on Thursday 18th December.
The 66-year-old was taken to Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary but later died.
Police Scotland say there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death.
Another day with a mix of crisp winter sunshine and blustery showers.
Remaining windy, though the wind should ease a little through the afternoon, and the showers will also fade. Maximum Temperature 9C.
The family of the founder of the Wickerman Festival have expressed their shock and sadness at his death following a shooting incident.
Jamie Gilroy was found at his farm on Thursday 18th December with serious head injuries. He was taken to the Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary.
Following his death, Mr Gilroy's family released the following statement:
There will be further blustery showers overnight, these will be wintry over the hills.
It will remain windy with likely gales in exposure.
Clear spells will lead to a chilly night, but the strong winds will mostly prevent a frost. Minimum Temperature 3C.