Good evening from Press Association Scotland. Here is our final schedule for today, Friday November 6.
COURTS School: A 16-year-old boy has appeared in court for the second time in connection with the death of Bailey Gwynne, who was fatally stabbed at an Aberdeen secondary school.
AIR Crash Scotland: Scots holidaymakers stranded in Sharm el-Sheikh will start flying home this evening.
SCOTLAND Police: A committee of MSPs should be set up to oversee Scotland's emergency services in a bid to end the "incestuous relationship" that can exist between ministers and senior officers, Labour's review of policing has concluded.
POLICE Remains: A man has been charged with murder and a woman has been detained after human remains were found at a property in Montrose.
HEALTH Hospital: A probe has been launched following the death of a patient at Scotland's newest hospital.
COURTS Sinclair: World's End killer Angus Sinclair has had his appeal heard against the sentence he was handed for the 1977 murders of two teenage girls.
SCOTLAND Lothian: The findings of an independent review into children's health care in Lothian will not be published until after May's Scottish Parliament election, it has emerged.
SCOTLAND Attack: A man is in hospital with multiple serious injuries after being attacked in street.
POLICE Trader: A British stock market trader is facing fraud charges in the US over tweets authorities claim were intended to manipulate the stock prices of two companies.
INDUSTRY ScotRail: Proposed job cuts at train operator ScotRail will be avoided after successful talks with management, according to a transport union.
SCOTLAND ScotRail: ScotRail has been fined more than £250,000 over three months for failing to meet strict standards for trains and stations.
HEALTH Ebola: Sierra Leone - where British nurse Pauline Cafferkey caught Ebola - is just hours from being declared free of the disease.
SCOTLAND Bonfires: Firefighters were verbally abused and threatened with violence as they tried to tackle an out-of-control bonfire containing gas canisters.
SCOTLAND Uber: Taxi app Uber is launching in Edinburgh after bosses were "blown away" with its reception in Glasgow.
SCOTLAND Collars: A consultation on whether electronic training collars for cats and dogs should be banned or regulated in Scotland has been launched.
HEALTH GPs: Half of those over 50 struggle to see their GP on the same day they fall ill, according to a poll of more than 9,000 people.
HISTORY Skeletons: An event to discuss what should happen to the remains of Scottish prisoners of war who died after being captured by Oliver Cromwell's troops nearly 400 years ago will be held on St Andrew's Day.
SHOWBIZ DrWho: Peter Capaldi has criticised the BBC for treating Doctor Who "as a pawn in a Saturday night warfare".
Embargoed until 00:01 on 07/11/15
PHOTOGRAPHERS: Covering police review.
VIDEO: Covering expected flight from Sharm to Glasgow at 2215. Post-match Celtic reaction.
Late reporter: Paul Ward 07870 247860
Provisional news diary for Saturday November 7 and Sunday November 8.
1030 MOTHERWELL: Steel workers march. Steel workers and supporters to march from Dalzell to Ravenscraig in support of action to save the threatened steel plants and jobs. Around 200 people are expected to take part in the march which will end at Ravenscraig with a rally to be addressed by MSP John Pentland and union leaders. Park St, ML1 1PU.
1030 EDINBURGH: Scottish Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament to hold annual conference. SNP defence spokesman Brendan O'Hara MP among the speakers at the event. St Columba's by the Castle Church, 14 Johnston Terrace, EH1 2PW. John Ainslie 0141 357 1529/07442 500476 Arthur West 07826 127759.
1300 GLASGOW: Scottish rally to call for boycott of Israel. The demonstration organised by the Palestine Alliance will call for a boycott, divestment and sanctions against Israel "until it complies with international law and universal principles of human rights". Buchanan Street steps, G1 2NG. Albie O'Neill 07725 470071.
1900 FALKIRK: Supernova Kelpies 5k run to take place. Photocall opportunity as runners cross the finish line. Journalists should email email@example.com to request a pass for the event. Helix Park & The Kelpies. Annette Drummond firstname.lastname@example.org.
1030 EDINBURGH: Edinburgh to host Remembrance Sunday 2015 event. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon MSP to join politicians, military chiefs and members of the emergency services at the event. Official wreath-laying will take place at 1100. Photographer Mark Owens will be in attendance and will provide images. Stone of Remembrance, City Chambers, High Street. Jonathan Kennedy 0141 225 0404/07799 768968.
1030 GLASGOW: Glasgow to host Remembrance Sunday 2015 event. Deputy First Minister John Swinney MSP, Glasgow Lord Provost Sadie Docherty and Rev. Dr Laurence Whitley, minister of Glasgow Cathedral, among those attending. A two-minute silence will be observed at 1100. Cenotaph, George Square. Catriona Watt 0141 287 3922/07766 471481.