BBC News - Scotland Holyrood reform? 2017-04-23T23:27:37.000000Z As a special commission considers reforms to the Scottish Parliament, what are the issues which have been raised and what could happen? Rare Loch Carron flame shell reef 'devastated' by scallop dredger 2017-04-23T23:27:00.000000Z Conservationists say the reef could take decades to recover, but the dredger was operating legally. Scottish parties clash over 'Union threat' and budget cuts 2017-04-23T23:26:13.000000Z Westminster power struggles and workers' rights also provide a focus for the general election. Mother 'overwhelmed' by response to suicide story 2017-04-23T23:24:08.000000Z Jo Cruickshank was 36 when she took her own life in 2015, and now her mother speaks publicly about it. 'Rape clause' is awkward, says Scottish Tories' deputy leader 2017-04-23T18:01:07.000000Z Scottish Tory deputy leader Jackson Carlaw says he still believes the policy is a necessary measure. Scottish paraglider pilot dies after New Zealand crash 2017-04-23T17:13:47.000000Z The 26-year-old was on a solo flight when he came down in the grounds of a primary school. Celtic 2-0 Rangers - Pat Bonner and Kris Boyd rate the players 2017-04-23T16:01:33.000000Z Former Old Firm players Pat Bonner and Kris Boyd rate the players after Celtic's 2-0 Scottish Cup semi-final win over Rangers. History beckons for Celtic and Rodgers after beating Rangers to reach final 2017-04-23T14:28:16.000000Z Brendan Rodgers says treble-chasing Celtic are "one game away from a real historic season" after reaching the Scottish Cup final. Celtic 2-0 Rangers: Players gave Celtic too much respect, says boss Pedro Caixinha 2017-04-23T14:04:39.000000Z Manager Pedro Caixinha feels his Rangers team stood off Celtic as they lose the Scottish Cup semi-final 2-0 at Hampden. 'Suspicious' death of unidentified man in Paisley street 2017-04-23T13:11:54.000000Z Police find one man dead and another seriously injured after a disturbance in a Paisley street.