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Is indyref2 coming? Nicola Sturgeon admits she ‘doesn’t know’

General Election
Typhoon aircraft were scrambled. Picture: Ministry of Defence

Jets scrambled to intercept Russian bombers over North Sea

News 9
MSPs are considering fresh legislation that seeks to address issues raised in a Supreme Court legal ruling on the Named Persons policy. Picture: TSPL

Scots teachers could face court under new Named Person plan

Education 114
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Spain responds to Scottish Government statement on Catalonia

Politics 118

Gary Mackay-Steven opens up over River Kelvin incident

Aberdeen 2

Grenfell Tower-style cladding found on Glasgow high rises

Politics 16
Glasgow-born Sir John A Macdonald,  former Prime Minister of Canada. PIC: Creative Commons.

Why does Canada want to remove symbols of its Scottish settler past?

News 2
Parents are paying a catchment area premium to get their children into good schools. Picture: John Devlin

Parents paying £121k more to get into ‘right’ school catchment

Education 91
Celtic credited the importance of Champions League football. Picture: John Devlin

Celtic announce £38.6m revenue increase in annual results

Celtic 17
Craig Bellamy played for Celtic in a five-month loan spell in 2005. Picture: PA

Craig Bellamy: Nobody in England cares about Celtic’s success

Celtic 67

Wes Foderingham signs new deal with Rangers

Rangers 1
Gary Mackay-Steven in action for Aberdeen against Kilmarnock. Picture: SNS Group

Gary Mackay-Steven opens up over River Kelvin incident

Aberdeen 2

Ex-Morton and Gretna player describes ‘surreal’ match in North Korea

Odd

Neil McCann isn’t fazed by ‘disgusting’ abuse from Celtic fans

Premiership 13

Six Nations: England and France ‘could delay start’

Six Nations 3

Rumour Mill: Rangers injury crisis? | Gordon blasts Sutton | Rodgers’ warning over Ralston

Celtic 416
Hibernian's last trip to Hampden ended in a 3-2 defeat to Aberdeen - but Neil Lennon's men are heading back to G42 for the 21st time since the year 2000. Picture: John Devlin

Hibs set to make 21st appearance at Hampden since 2000

Hibernian 2

Five things we learned from Partick Thistle 1 - 3 Rangers

Craig Fowler

Letter: Parents’ atitudes stopping Scottish education becoming world class

Your Say 12
Workers are being urged to copy pupils in completing a Daily Mile. Picture: Dave Scott

Leader comment: Daily Mile should be for all

Opinion 1
Catalan ministers march in support of the referendum, which has been ruled illegal by Spains constitutional court. Picture: Getty Images

Scott Macnab: Catalan struggle not a priority for Scots

Opinion 149
Boris Johnson prepares to board the Vote Leave campaign bus, complete with the slogan claiming Brexit would boost NHS coffers by �350m a week. Picture: PA

Ayesha Hazarika: If it’s too good to be true it probably is, whatever the Boris bus says

Opinion 14
A queen awaiting her fate: The QE2 is languising in dock in Dubai, with no sign of any decision on what, or where, her future will be. Picture: Getty Images

Martyn McLaughlin: Dubai yet to make good on promises for a queen now in exile

Opinion 2
House of Fraser's new boss has 'high expectations' following its losses. Picture: Neil Hanna

House of Fraser ‘optimistic’ despite tumbling into red

Retail 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

Mitie to axe 480 jobs as part of cost-cutting drive

Companies
Glencairn's project would include housing and commercial space. Picture: Contributed

Plans revealed for canalside development in Edinburgh

Companies

NFU Scotland maps out its top post-Brexit priorities

Farming 9

Recruitment specialist iMultiply eyes more takeovers

Management

Training software developer Administrate inks US deals

Tech
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

Management

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

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

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

News

Bespoke sword-making service coming to Edinburgh

News
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

Heritage

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

Brian Ferguson