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Scotland 23 Wales 26: hosts left despondent as Wales pip them to victory

Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie

Chelsea v Manchester United: Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie ruled out of Premier League clash

David Moyes' two biggest threats are sidelined for the match at Stamford Bridge

Superintendent Liz McCainsh holds a photo of missing 3-year-old boy Mikaeel Kular who was last seen going to bed at his family's flat, at around 9pm and was discovered missing from his bed by his mother at around 7.15am when the family woke up
Sergio Garcia escaped disciplinary action after he was seen tapping down a repaired pitch mark

Sergio Garcia escapes sanction over tapping down repaired pitch mark at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship

Garcia would have broken the rules had it been a spike mark but European Tour chief referee John Paramor was satisfied with his explanation

Mikaeel Kular: 'Potential sighting' as hundreds join Edinburgh search for missing three-year-old

Search will resume at 10am for the boy who disappeared from his bedroom

Richard Cockerill has praised his Leicester Tigers squad for showing a 'cussedness' in the Heineken Cup

Leicester Tigers director of rugby Richard Cockerill praises 'cussed' players for Heineken Cup qualification

Tigers face a final showdown with Ulster in Saturday with both teams vying for a home quarter-final having already qualified for the last eight

Superintendent Liz McAinsh said all 'key' members of the family, including Mikaeel's Pakistani-born father, had been spoken to and no arrests had been made

Mikaeel Kular search: Police issue nationwide alert for missing three-year-old Edinburgh boy who vanished in the night

Three-year-old Mikaeel Kular was last seen as his mother put him to bed – by Thursday morning he had gone. Jonathan Brown reports from Edinburgh on the local search and a nationwide alert

Under a radical plan being proposed by Ed Miliband trade unions would lose their one-third share of the vote when Labour elects its leader

Miliband plans to cut off the hand that fed him with ambitious plan to rob trade unions of their one-third share of Labour leadership vote

Trade unions would lose their one-third share of the vote when Labour elects its leader under a radical plan being proposed by Ed Miliband.

Alistair Darling told young Scottish voters in Edinburgh to vote for the union in the Scottish referendum

Former Chancellor Alistair Darling calls on young Scottish voters to support the union

Alistair Darling criticised the Scottish Government's white paper on independence in a speech on Thursday

Pug life: Students beat exam stress with the help of a furry friend

Students at a university in Scotland have turned to an unusual friend to help them beat the stress of exam season.

Jamie Murray (L) suffered from heat stroke following his victory with doubles partner John Peers (R) over Matt Reid and Luke Saville at the Australian Open

Australian Open: Jamie Murray suffers heatstroke after doubles victory with partner John Peers over Matt Reid and Luke Saville

Murray required medical treatment shortly after the win as temperatures continue to soar beyond the 40C mark

Rafael Nadal tries to cool himself down while on court at the Australian Open

Australian Open 2014: Play on day four halted due to extreme heat policy finally being implemented after mass criticism

Andy Murray was one of many to express his concern over the soaring temperatures in Melbourne that led to play being suspended

The oil-storage complex at Inchindown, near Invergordon in Scotland, was built during the Second World War

Now we've heard it all: Acoustic scientists shatter the world record for longest ever echo

Deep inside a complex of secret tunnels in the Highlands stirs a sound which will reverberate through the ages. The world record for the longest echo ever discovered has been shattered by a hidden network of oil storage tanks in Rossshire.

Alex Corbisiero (right) and Tom Croft celebrate England’s 2012 win in France. Nick Easter is confident of a repeat this year

Six Nations 2014: England will hand France a history lesson, says Nick Easter

'It is a big tournament for England because they have Wales at home. It could be the decider,' says former No 8

Six Nations 2014: Kelly Brown's future as Scotland captain put under threat

The Six Nations mind games have started - with the Scotland coach, Scott Johnson, never slow to play the psychology card, singling out his own captain, the Saracens flanker Kelly Brown, for special attention.

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