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Published 11/01/2016

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Press Association Scotland overnight schedule for Monday October 11.

SCOTLAND Economy: Marginal growth in Scotland's private sector last month was driven by a slight increase in new business, a report has shown.

SCOTLAND Renewables: Wind power output hit record levels last year, generating enough energy to supply the electrical needs of 97% of Scottish homes.

SCOTLAND Dugdale: The cutting of council budgets "to the bone" in last month's draft Scottish budget could have been avoided, Kezia Dugdale will argue.

MONEY First: The estimated number of first-time buyers slipped back in 2015 for the first time in four years as the typical deposit needed tipped over the £30,000 mark, according to a report.

RAIL Fares: The rail journeys which offer the worst ''value for money'' compared to driving have been revealed by a new study.

SCOTLAND School: Construction is due to begin shortly on the first of 12 capital investment projects delayed after changes to European Union (EU) rules.

CHARITY Murray: Tennis star Andy Murray has raised more than £80,000 to help the charity Unicef protect Syrian refugee children.

HEALTH Vaccine: Scientists say they have taken a major step towards the development of a vaccine for a neglected tropical disease that affects an estimated 17 million people globally.

PHOTOGRAPHERS: Covering First Minister school visit.

Press Association Scotland provisional news diary for Monday January 11.

0945 GLENROTHES: First Minister school visit. Nicola Sturgeon will meet pupils and staff who are working on projects funded through the Scottish Attainment Challenge and will make a further funding announcement. The First Minister will be available for broadcast interviews. Please register attendance in advance. Warout Primary and Community School, Malcolm Road, KY7 4JX. Greg Maxwell 07837 061 193 / greg.maxwell@gov.scot.

1000 EDINBURGH: David Mundell speech. The Scottish Secretary will deliver a speech entitled The Year Of A New Scottish Parliament. There will be a short Q&A and Mr Mundell will also be available for broadcast interviews afterwards. Dovecot Studios, 10 Infirmary Street, EH1 1L. Please RSVP to tony.conte@scotlandoffice.gsi.gov.uk.

1000 KINGSBARNS: Willie Rennie distillery visit. The Scottish Liberal Democrat leader will call for more support for new businesses as he meets staff at a new distillery. Kingsbarns Distillery and Visitor Centre, East Newhall Farm, KY16 8QE. Rebecca King 07747 768029.

1030 SELKIRK: Flood risk management plan launched. Environment Minister Dr Aileen McLeod will visit Selkirk Flood Protection Scheme to launch the first national plan and meet with representatives from SEPA and the local council. Selkirk Flood Protection Scheme, South Bridge Street, TD7 5DR. Sheena Maguire 07837 061305 / sheena.maguire@gov.scot.

1030 GLASGOW: Ruth Davidson to visit BAE Systems. The Scottish Conservative leader will meet staff and tour the shipyard. Media asked to register in advance with adam.morris@scottish .parliament.uk or eddie.barnes@scottishconservatives.com. BAE Systems Naval Shipyard, Govan. Adam Morris 07876 396 334.

1345 NEWTONGRANGE: Pupils to build own "Forth Crossing". Around 600 Midlothian primary pupils will take part in a 10-day Institution of Civil Engineers competition to build a model cable-bridge, similar in structure to the new crossing under construction. The pupils will then have the chance to walk across the bridge before dismantling it. National Mining Museum, Lady Victoria Colliery. Lynn Cochrane 0131 271 3294.

1800 EDINBURGH: Kezia Dugdale speech. The Scottish Labour leader will address the David Hume Institute's Politicians and Professionals winter seminar series. Royal Society of Edinburgh, George Street.

Editor: Victoria Mitchell

Early reporter: Karrie Gillett

Late reporter: Paul Ward

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