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Plaque installed to remember war hero Elsie Inglis

News 1
Snow is set to hit Scotland. Picture: Peter Jolly.

Scotland set for flurry of ice and snow after Met Office warning

News 12
Police have appealed for information. Do you know this man?

Woman ‘pushed from train’ in Edinburgh assault

News 4
Light sleet showers

I’m a Celebrity: ‘Team Kez’ tshirts to raise cash for charity


No Clutha helicopter crash criminal proceedings as inquiry announced

Transport 8

A family’s 130-year hunt for its children missing in Canada


Ukrainian ambassador says Alex Salmond is RT ‘puppet’

Politics 564
Police are hunting for missing 72-year-old Michael McLenaghan. Picture: John Devlin

Probe into child sex abuse in football hits 300 cases

Football 5

Labour leader disappointed by Kezia Dugdale’s ‘unauthorised absence’

News 22

Six areas where Scotland v Australia will be won and lost

Mikael Lustig went off injured during Celtic's Champions League defeat to PSG. Picture: Getty

Celtic pair doubtful for Betfred Cup final

Celtic 1

Derek McInnes not interested in leaving Aberdeen for Rangers

Premiership 5

Scotland make one change to the team to play Australia


Rumour Mill: Celtic ‘need’ centre-back and keeper | are the board fit to run Rangers? | Rodgers ‘deserves criticism’

Premiership 426

Hearts kid: leaving Rangers ‘was best thing that could have happened’

Premiership 2

Video: Several Celtic stars appear in 2017 Christmas advert

Celtic 4

Rangers coach slams Bruno Alves claims as ‘disrespectful’ and ‘wrong’

Rangers 3

Craig Levein: There will be no January overhaul at Hearts

Hearts 11

Six areas where Scotland v Australia will be won and lost

Iain Morrison

Leader comment: An uncultured snub to Dundee by European Commission

Opinion 10

Leader comment: How London prices helped Scotland’s first-time buyers

Opinion 3
East Coast Buses' new fleet includes more legroom, improved lighting and information screens. Picture: East Coast Buses

Alastair Dalton: Our favourite form of public transport is in trouble

Opinion 10
Workers at BiFab have not seen the benefits of proper investment, says Brian Wilson

Brian Wilson: Ill wind blows for Scotland’s 2nd Industrial Revolution

Opinion 69
Teenage girls use their smartphones in Santa Monica, California. (Jake Michaels/The New York Times)

David Brooks: Taking on the three evils of Big Tech

Retail sales rebounded to November. Picture:  Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Household spend helps prop up GDP amid challenging outlook

Markets Economy
Sir Brian Souter. Picture: Michael Gillen

Hi-tech transport firm secures Souter investment

Picture Alan Watson. Toby Carvery, Strathclyde Park

Mixed news from pub and restaurant giant Mitchells & Butlers

Murdo Maclean, partner and energy sector specialist at legal firm Pinsent Masons

Murdo Maclean: Keeping electricity flow as UK leaves EU


Profits warning at Centrica sends shares into tailspin


Quiz Clothing sees jump in revenue as online sales rocket


Management buyout announced by Adams Consulting Group

SIS chief executive Alastair Davis (left) and chairman Nick Kuenssberg. Picture: Contributed

Social lender SIS issues funding challenge


John McLellan: Will start-ups match Scotsman’s staying power?

In pictures: a sneak peek at the new Harry Potter pop-up bar coming to Edinburgh in 2018

Food and Drink

Spirit flows on the Clyde as Glasgow’s Clydeside Distillery officially opens

Food and Drink
Enjoy a stay at The Isle of Eriska Hotel. Picture: contributed

5 of the best Christmas spa breaks in Scotland

Inshriach Bothy near Aviemore represents a new generation of hut being built in Scotland. PIC: The Bothy Project.

Hutters wanted for new community in national forest

Liam Gallagher will perform at Glasgow Green in June. Picture: PA

Liam Gallagher to headline Glasgow's TRNSMT festival

Alexander McCall Smith has agreed to create the operetta to support fundraising efforts by colleagues at the Faculty of Advocates.

Alexander McCall Smith writes operetta inspired by child slavery case


Brian Ferguson: Radical thinking required for Royal Mile

Brian Ferguson