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BBC to show Edinburgh Old Town ‘party flat’ hell

Politics 28
Anas Sarwar and Richard Leonard faced questions from Labour members in Glasgow. Picture: John Devlin/TSPL

No questions on Anas Sarwar family business at Labour hustings

Politics 16
Heavy rain

Kenny MacAskill: Simply tholing offensive behaviour is no longer acceptable

Opinion 31

Spain responds to Scottish Government statement on Catalonia

Politics 314

Tom Peterkin: Waging a class war will not solve crisis in the classroom

Opinion 16

Airport alcohol ban call after Scottish arrest figures released

News 22
Dunoon and other seaside towns around the Firth of Clyde are at risk from rising sea-levels caused by climate change

Scottish towns and nuclear base in danger from rising seas

News 12
Kieran Tierney and James Tavernier battle for possession in an Old Firm match. Picture: John Devlin

Alastair Campbell recalls plan for Old Firm ‘peace process’ game

Odd 6

Rumour Mill: Rodgers ‘wanted to sign Rangers player’ | Gers legend warns Caixinha | Sutton/Gordon rift intensifies

Rangers 146
Sean O'Brien in action for the British and Irish Lions against New Zealand. Picture: Getty Images

British & Irish Lions coaching team ‘didn’t get preparations right’

Rugby union
Former Rangers defender John Brown has urged Pedro Caixinha to change his tactics for Saturday's match with Celtic. Picture: John Devlin

John Brown: Pedro Caixinha needs to learn from Graeme Murty

Rangers 3

Dundee 0 - 4 Celtic: Second gear enough for Celtic to coast into semis

League Cup 12

Celtic hopeful Moussa Dembele, Jozo Simunovic fit for Ibrox

Celtic 4

Dundee 0 - 4 Celtic: How the players rated on each side

League Cup

Dundee Twitter account has cheeky dig at travelling Celtic fans

League Cup 14
Edinburgh wing Jason Harries wants to restore pride against Scarlets. Picture: SNS

Edinburgh wing questions lack of TMO after being denied try

Rugby union 2

Five things we learned from Dundee 0 - 4 Celtic

Craig Fowler

Kenny MacAskill: Simply tholing offensive behaviour is no longer acceptable

Opinion 31
Scotlands education system is in crisis but hammering the private sector while affluent parents can afford to buy access to the best state schools seems to be missing the point.

Tom Peterkin: Waging a class war will not solve crisis in the classroom

Opinion 16
Scots helped to develop tea estates in Assam, northern India, and Sri Lanka (Ceylon as was).

Bill Jamieson: Let’s hear it for our Scots tea heroes

Opinion 2
Jim Duffy says Billions' Bobby Axelrod, played by Damian Lewis, second left, knows the value of a good co-founder. Picture: James Minchin/SHOWTIME

Jim Duffy: Two’s company to help start-ups achieve success

The accounting regulator found no evidence of misconduct at KPMG. Picture: Getty Images

Martin Flanagan: KPMG cleared of failing to twig HBOS woes

Financial 1
NFU Scotland's James Porter said: 'We must be able to continue to source seasonal workers.' Picture: Craig Stephen

Scottish crops at risk without migrant labour, says NFUS

Farming 10
Kier Construction Scotland employs about 200 people. Picture: Chris Biele

Construction group Kier hails ‘exciting’ Scottish workload

LendingCrowd CEO Stuart Lunn, right, with head of origination Adrian Innes. Picture: Stewart Attwood

P2P lender LendingCrowd targets growth in Scotland

Google is buying the HTC team that made its Pixel smartphone. Picture: Josep Lago/AFP/Getty Images

Google strikes $1.1bn deal with smartphone maker HTC


Trust behind lynx plan pledges to insure against attacks


David Alexander: Reconsider tax breaks for short-term lets

Markets Economy

Co-op Group sells final 1% stake in troubled Co-op Bank


Atlantis to seek backing to extend tidal energy project

News 1
Mitie said the jobs are set to go from its 53,000-strong workforce by the end of its financial year in March. Picture: Ed Robinson/OneRedEye/PA Wire

Unions seek talks with Mitie over plans to axe 480 jobs


Martin Flanagan: KPMG cleared of failing to twig HBOS woes

Martin Flanagan
A ruby and sapphire ring gifted by Bonnie Prince Charlie to a female supporter is on show in Inverness. PIC: Inverness Museum and Art Gallery/Ewen Weatherspoon.

7 Jacobite relics still found in the Highlands

Signage at Jolly Giant in Peffermill, Edinburgh, which opened in 1991. Picture: TSPL

Remembering The Jolly Giant: Scotland’s Toys “R” Us


Bespoke sword-making service coming to Edinburgh

The Cutty Sark in her custom-built dry dock in Greenwich. The ship was built in Dumbarton in 1869 and last sailed in 1938. Picture: Wikipedia

Seven of the most famous ships built on the River Clyde


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

Brian Ferguson