Overnight schedule

Good morning from Press Association Scotland. Here is our overnight schedule for Wednesday December 26.

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Latest news from Scotland

Good morning from Press Association Scotland. Here is our overnight schedule for Wednesday December 26.

FIRE Death: An elderly woman has died in a house fire on Christmas Day.

SCOTLAND Sales: Tens of thousands of shoppers are expected to hit the high street today in search of a bargain in the Boxing Day sales.

SCOTLAND Tax: Plans to raise the income tax threshold could make low and middle-income earners £450 a year better off than they would be under independence, a senior Liberal Democrat has said.

SCOTLAND Towns: Seven towns are to benefit from a £2.75 million fund aimed at breathing new life into town centres.

SCOTLAND Museum: A strike could force the closure of one of Scotland's major museums today.

SCOTLAND Munro: The mountaineer who Munro peaks are named after should be included in Scotland's sporting hall of fame, according to a Tory MSP.

SCOTLAND Pantomime: Pantomime star Elaine C Smith has backed a plea for producers to put on 'autism friendly' showings of their festive performances.

SCOTLAND Waste: Families are being urged to take the time to recycle their Christmas waste.

SCOTLAND Solar: Green energy campaigners have called for more homes and businesses to harness the power of the sun after solar capacity hit a new high.

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SCOTLAND Innovation: An £80,000 prize fund has been announced to help young entrepreneurs develop their ideas.

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Photographers: Covering charity dip in the sea.

Press Association news diary for Thursday December 26.

1400 PRESTWICK: Fundraisers swim in the sea. More than 300 swimmers are expected to go for a dip in the sea at Prestwick beach to raise money for children's charity Clic Sargent. Malcolm Sargent House, 22 Links Road, KA9 1QG. May Gilchrist 01292 692 113.

Early reporter: Paul Ward 0870 830 6725

Late reporter: Catriona Webster 07970 778 974