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Councils challenge SNP vow to double free childcare

Education 25

Leading scientist suspended amid ‘research misconduct’ investigation

One of Scotland’s most decorated young scientists is under investigation for misconduct amid allegations he falsified and duplicated crucial research, a Scotland on Sunday investigation can reveal.

News 3
Researchers from QMU spoke to people drinking nearly ten times the recommended weekly alcohol limit. Picture: iStockphoto/Getty

Alcohol price plan ‘will harm biggest drinkers’

News 6

Brexit setback for Scots tourism as businesses fear increase in costs

Almost half of Scotland’s tourism businesses expect their costs to increase as a result of the Brexit vote, according to the first major survey of the sector.

Politics 10
An unidentified Tay Road Bridge worker, photographed by Joseph McKenzie

Quest to identify Tay Road Bridge workers in classic photographs


Insight: Why does the Trump trail go cold in the Hebrides?

World 8

Rail operators call for trees to be cut amid damage to trains

Transport 1
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A crowd gathers as the sun reflects from a new office building in the City of London. Photograph: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images

Scots engineer designs hi-tech tool to reduce sun’s glare

News 1
Closing the gulf between the sexes will need a radical change in working practices. Picture: Getty/iStockphoto

Dani Garavelli: Take the ‘choice’ out of pay discrimination

Opinion 4

Euan McColm: Road to oblivion paved with good intentions

Euan McColm
Euan McColm
Celtic's Craig Gordon was dropped to the bench for the Aberdeen game. Picture: SNS

Brendan Rodgers axes Craig Gordon then calls him ‘fantastic’

Celtic 9
Celtic's Leigh Griffiths went off during the second half against Aberdeen and has been troubled by a hamstring problem. Picture: Craig Foy/SNS

Scotland injury concern over Leigh Griffiths

Scotland 2
Hibs' Jason Cummings and Hearts' Sam Nicholson will line up together this week for Scotland Under-21s. Picture: Roddy Scott/SNS

Sam Nicholson tips Jason Cummings to play at a higher level

Scotland 6
James Forrest celebrates putting Celtic 2-1 in front. Picture: SNS

Celtic 4 - 1 Aberdeen: Champions leapfrog Rangers at the top

Celtic 43

Partick 1 - 2 Hearts: Tony Watt wins it for Jambos

Hearts 34

Garry O’Connor: I was going to lose my wife, kids, everything

Hibernian 37

Celtic drop Craig Gordon for Aberdeen game

Celtic 8
Peter Lawwell has backed UEFA's changes. Picture: John Devlin

Rumour Mill: Champions League changes | Rangers draw | Rodgers confident

Football 295
Sensewhere will use the cash injection to support research and development over the next three years to improve its mapping technology

£1.4m helps keep Edinburgh mapping firm on right track

Founder and master brewer Dougal Sharp saw Innis & Gunn sell more than 23 million bottles of beer last year. Picture:

The Big Interview: Dougal Sharp, Innis & Gunn’s founder and master brewer

First-time buyers have been betrayed. Photograph: John Devlin

Jeff Salway: Hoo-ha over help-to-buy distracts from real issue

Personal Finance
All remaining BHS stores will close this weekend. Picture: Johnston Press

End of an era as final BHS stores close for good

Retail 2

Windows supplier TFD goes bust with 63 jobs lost

Companies 6

Cash injection sees lab firm expand in Cumbernauld

Tech 3

Scottish business wire: TFD | Aggreko | E&O | Converge Challenge

News 10
Emma Riddell secured funding to set up her own ice cream business. Picture: Contributed

Edinburgh ice cream vendor has funding goal licked

Retail 3
Richard Gadd. Picture: submitted

Richard Gadd wins Edinburgh Festival Fringe comedy award

News 7
The Enchanted Forest sound and light show attracted 62,000 people last year. Picture: Jane Barlow

What to expect from the Enchanted Forest light show 2016

Thousands of runners take part in the Great Scottish Run every year. Picture: Hemedia

Everything you need to know about the Great Scottish Run