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What lessons can Nicola Sturgeon learn from Catalonian Indyref plans?

News 3
Dr Philippa Whitford. Picture: John Devlin/TSPL

SNP MP caught out by ‘Scotland valuable part of England’ tweet

Politics 13
Pressure is building on the UK Government over rejections and crippling delays in granting artists visas for the Fringe Festival.

Visa rejection could have ‘chilling effect’ for Edinburgh Fringe

News 1

Joyce McMillan: Tragic betrayal of our future generations

Opinion 79

Contradictory post-Brexit statements denying Scotland ‘essential powers’

News 112

Images reveal translation of New Town square for Edinburgh Festival show

Rod Stewart has donated thousands of pounds to families of disabled children to cover the cost of joining a protest against cuts to medical funding. Picture; PA

Rod Stewart funds trip for protest against US medical cuts


Rumour Mill: Celtic safety certificate | ‘Disrespectful’ Ian Cathro | bogus ‘strip the titles’ crowdfunder

Premiership 328
Aberdeen goal hero Graeme Shinnie celebrates with Jayden Stockley and Andy Considine, right, after giving his side a 2-1 lead. Picture: SNS

Derek McInnes confident Aberdeen can grab Euro glamour tie

Aberdeen 2
Brendan Rodgers is right to feel relaxed about making progress in the Champions League. Picture: Getty.

Celtic should have no fear of second leg against Rosenborg

Celtic 6
Aberdeen midfielder Ryan Christie rises to steer a header into the Apollon Limassol net. Picture: SNS.

Aberdeen 2 - 1 Apollon Limassol: Graeme Shinnie puts Dons in charge

Aberdeen 6

Deivydas Matulevicius primed for Hibs-Hearts ‘war’

Hibernian 1

Pedro Caixinha wants Rangers to put on a show for travelling fans

Rangers 24

Ex-Rangers flop Joey Barton has betting ban reduced

Rangers 1
Kaka netting in the second leg of Celtic's last 16 clash with AC Milan in the Champions League back in 2007. Picture: AFP/Getty

The four previous times Celtic have drawn the first leg 0-0 in Europe

Celtic 2

Who are the best 2016/17 SPFL players still without a contract?

Craig Fowler
Despite the hit, Lloyds saw its first-half profits rise. Picture: John Devlin

Bank of Scotland owner stung by PPI and mortgage costs

Financial 2
RBS chief Ross McEwan welcomed the proposals. Picture: Phil Wilkinson

Royal Bank of Scotland may be spared branch sell-off

Financial 1
Diageo reported a 6% rise in Johnnie Walker sales. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Brexit-hit pound gives drinks giant Diageo reason to cheer

Companies 3

Alliance Trust hails results of ‘transformational’ shake-up


Surge of momentum for electric tractor development

Farming 4

Shell earnings boosted by higher oil and gas prices

News 1
Weir Group said its markets were moving from an 'intense downturn into a recovery and growth phase'. Picture: David McNew/Getty Images

Weir Group making ‘good progress’ as profits rise 12%


Martin Flanagan: Petrol and diesel ban could use some help

Martin Flanagan

Sir David Attenborough to join Edinburgh Festival line-up

News 6

Hotly-tipped comedy shows at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Extra rail services are to be laid on for the Edinburgh Festival. Picture Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

ScotRail announces extra services for Edinburgh Festival

News 10
Cramond Island. Picture: Ian Rutherford/TSPL

The Scottish tidal islands you can walk to without a ferry

Auschwitz-Birkenau attracts over 1.5 million visitors each year. Picture: Getty Images

David Walsh: Why ‘dark tourism’ is essential

Inveraray Castle, the ancestral home of the Clan Campbell. Picture:

50 things to do in Argyll this summer

British-caught cod is back on the menu for shoppers and diners who care if their fish is sustainable, a decade after stocks came close to collapse

Stephen Jardine: Net gains from return of North Sea cod

Opinion 3

Brian Ferguson: Leith Theatre is a gem of a venue

Brian Ferguson