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In full: Scottish flights affected by Ryanair cancellations

A new 'frozen museum' attraction will be installed on George Street in the run-up to Christmas.

Edinburgh unveils plans for festive celebrations in New Town

Lifestyle 2
Sunny spells

Scotland’s oil industry is entering last decade, warn researchers

Energy 14

Labour in Scotland ‘faced disaster’ without Jeremy Corbyn

Politics 29

JK Rowling compares Brexit ‘media bias’ claims to Yes campaign


Scottish Greens call for levy on ‘vacant’ Scottish land

Environment 2
Fears have been raised over a teaching crisis. Picture TSPL

Union backs teacher’s ‘utterly failing’ letter to Nicola Sturgeon

Education 198
Hiroki Sakai gestures during a match between Japan and the United Arab Emirates. Picture: Getty Images

Japan international reveals he turned down offer from Celtic

Celtic 3
Lee Wallace is substituted after sustaining an injury in the 2-2 draw at Partick Thistle on Friday. Picture: SNS

Rangers captain Lee Wallace may miss the rest of 2017

Rangers 1
Josh Windass is free to face Celtic after it emerged he won't face action by the Compliance Officer, due to new SFA rules. Picture: SNS Group

New SFA rule means players can’t be charged over gestures

Rangers 19
(Clockwise from main) Ally McCoist, Marco Negri, Kris Boyd, Michael Mols, Rod Wallace, Shota Arveladze. Pictures: TSPL/PA

How 6 former Rangers strikers compare to Alfredo Morelos

Rangers 3

Craig Thomson to referee first Old Firm game of the season

Premiership 5

Brendan Rodgers grants fan permission to propose on Celtic Park pitch


Rumour Mill: No SFA ban for Windass | Boyata set for new deal | Manager reveals why he turned down Celtic

Celtic 283
Ryan Jack leads the way in training ahead of Rangers' Betfred Cup clash at Partick Thistle. Picture: Craig Foy/SNS

Ryan Jack says Rangers must have ‘no fear’ in huge five days

Rangers 6

Martin Dempster: Difficult times call for radical change

Martin Dempster

Letters: Catalan vote could be huge for Scotland

Politics 15
Sir Vince Cable and his party must look beyond Brexit and offer a credible centrist message to attract voters.

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Lib Dems go looking for lost voters

Opinion 17
A double-glazing salesmans pitch was almost enough to persuade a cultural terrorist to spend �9000 on new windows. Picture: Getty

Darren McGarvey: It’s hard to say ‘no’ when you’re desperate to be liked

Opinion 2
The art installation Climavore: On Tidal Zones is being staged on the Isle of Skye during Climate Week to promote the consumption of seaweeds and shellfish

Ilona Amos: Show your green side to help save the planet this Climate Week

Opinion 18
Minister of Transport and Islands Humza Yousaf MSP joins pupils of Blackfriars Primary in Glasgow as they participate in a cycle lesson with a Sustrans Scotland, who ran the design competition for five new cycle-friendly transport routes.

Leader comment: Segregated cycle routes can benefit motorists too

Opinion 2
HBOS, owner of Bank of Scotland and Halifax, was taken over by Lloyds in 2008. Picture: Julie Howden

KPMG cleared of wrongdoing after probe into HBOS audit

Financial 1
Lidl racked up a 19.2% jump in sales. Picture: Jane Barlow

Lidl retains crown as fastest-growing supermarket chain

Glasgow-based Macfarlane is making its biggest ever takeover with the purchase of Greenwood Stock Boxes. Picture: Contributed

Macfarlane boosts market share with biggest ever takeover


The Black Isle loses its last remaining bank branch


Alex Salmond named keynote speaker at renewables event

News 39

Toys ’R’ Us files for bankruptcy protection in US and Canada

Retail 2

Ewan Kinnear: How Scots tech firms can shape the future

Next month marks the fifth anniversary of the auto-enrolment pensions launch. Picture: John Devlin

‘Overwhelming support’ for auto-enrolment pension schemes


Martin Flanagan: Northern Rock was just start of crash

Martin Flanagan
One of the letters packed into the rocket on the Scarp to Harris test in 1934. PIC: Museum na Eilean.

The experiment to deliver letters by rocket in the Hebrides

The snow patch, nicknamed Sphinx, is set to melt for only the sixth time in 300 years. Picture: Contributed

Scotland’s longest lying patch of snow set to disappear

Tom Forsyth has stayed on a croft on the remote settlement of Scoraig in Wester Ross since 1964. He is pictured here in 2010. PIC: TSPL/Ian Rutherford

5 alternative communities of Scotland


Brian Ferguson: Littlejohn hopes dream can come true with Sleep in the Park

Brian Ferguson