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Barcelona attack: 2 arrests, 13 dead, 100 injured


Barcelona attack: Nicola Sturgeon expresses support for victims

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Revived ‘Named Person’ plans still won't work, warn legal chiefs

Politics 85

Nicola Sturgeon to make history with Glasgow Pride speech

Glasgow 301

Jo Swinson ‘faces questions’ over general election expenses

Politics 27

Scots firms ‘named and shamed’ for not paying minimum wage

Politics 23
There are warnings of localised flooding in parts of the country. Picture: John Devlin

Scotland’s weather: Rain warning for Highlands, islands and Grampian

Environment 2

Rumour Mill: Celtic’s case for Patrick Roberts bolstered | Rangers launch safe standing study | Celtic in Pot 3?

Neil Lennon has complained about being snubbed by Pedro Caixinha at Ibrox. Picture: SNS.

Hibs manager Neil Lennon lambasts Rangers’ Pedro Caixinha

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Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers and Nir Bitton at full time in the 5-0 win over Astana. Picture: Alan Harvey/SNS

Brendan Rodgers’ golden touch shines as Celtic rejoin elite

Richie Gray is set to miss Scotland's Autumn Tests. Picture: SNS.

Back surgery rules Richie Gray out of Scotland’s Autumn Tests


Jon Daly tells Hearts’ Jamie Walker to show he’s worth £1m


Gregor Townsend opts for youth and ‘new’ Scots


Pedro Caixinha not daunted by Celtic’s Euro millions

Rangers 6

Pat Bonner: Celtic need two more signings

Martin Tyler. Picture: Getty

Legendary commentator Martin Tyler refers to Rangers as ‘new club’

Premiership 73

Why video replay won’t rid Scottish football of refereeing controversy

Craig Fowler
Royal London chief executive Phil Loney. Picture: Contributed

Royal London raises fears over rush to access pensions

Financial 2
A wet summer and the slowing housing market took their toll on B&Q. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Poor summer weather hammers sales at DIY chain B&Q

The Thomson Reuters survey found 69% of finance bosses had not seen Brexit impact on their strategic planning. Picture: Tolga Akmen/AFP/Getty Images

Brexit: ‘Muted response’ in bosses’ strategic planning

The SCDI said Scotland's interests 'must be promoted' in aviation policy. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Business leaders call for Scots focus in aviation plans


Final turbine arrives for Scotland’s floating wind farm

News 4

Asda cheers first quarterly sales rise in three years


New Edinburgh base for cyber-security firm ZoneFox

Clyde Space chief Craig Clark with Glasgow Lord Provost Eva Bolander. Picture: Contributed

Clyde Space reaches for the stars with latest contract


Martin Flanagan: Asda draws a line under three years of pain

Martin Flanagan
Edinburgh Fringe performers perform a scene from their production of Peer Gynt on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, as the main festival season officially gets under way in a landmark year in the cultural life of the city. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Friday August 4, 2017. See PA story ARTS Festival. Photo credit should read: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Most bizarre shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Elvis. Picture: AP

Remembering Elvis in Scotland on 40th anniversary of his death

Mousa Broch, in Shetland, is the best preserved of the 500 brochs found across the north of Scotland. Picture: Wikicommons

Caithness digs deep to discover secrets of its brochs


Brian Ferguson: Edinburgh’s Festivals should seriously consider starting in July