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Hunt for Europe’s most wanted man as Barcelona attack suspect named

Christine Jardine won the Edinburgh West seat in June's general election - but now faces questions on her election costs. Picture: TSPL

Questions raised over Christine Jardine election costs

Politics 20
There have been calls to extend the Festival period to ease hotel demand and ease congestion.

Bid to ‘spread out’ Edinburgh festivals wins backing

News 14
Heavy showers

Police kill 5 terrorists wearing fake suicide belts to stop second Spain attack

World 1

Joyce McMillan: The two different faces of ‘nationalism’

Opinion 65

Progress as community groups grasp Highland land ownership

Environment 4
John Swinney has pledged to bring back the plans

Revived ‘Named Person’ plans still won't work, warn legal chiefs

Politics 108
Social Security Minister Jeane Freeman speaks to service users. Picture: John Devlin

Brian Wilson: SNP must use power to aid women hit by pension changes

Opinion 16
Brendan Rodgers and his side are one game away from the Champions League group stages. Picture: John Devlin

How much would Celtic earn by making Champions League groups stages?

Celtic 4
Stuart Armstrong is now contracted to Celtic until 2019. Picture: Michael Gillen

Stuart Armstrong signs one-year contract extension with Celtic

Celtic 4

Rumour Mill: Celtic’s case for Patrick Roberts bolstered | Rangers launch safe standing study | Celtic in Pot 3?

Premiership 103
Neil Lennon has complained about being snubbed by Pedro Caixinha at Ibrox. Picture: SNS.

Hibs manager Neil Lennon lambasts Rangers’ Pedro Caixinha

Premiership 30

Brendan Rodgers’ golden touch shines as Celtic rejoin elite

Celtic 2

Back surgery rules Richie Gray out of Scotland’s Autumn Tests


Jon Daly tells Hearts’ Jamie Walker to show he’s worth £1m

Premiership 5

Gregor Townsend opts for youth and ‘new’ Scots

Scotland 1
Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha promotes the Rangers Charity Foundation's Big Hearted Bears Day. Picture: Roddy Scott/SNS

Pedro Caixinha not daunted by Celtic’s Euro millions

Rangers 16

Why video replay won’t rid Scottish football of refereeing controversy

Craig Fowler
Deer farmers have joined the campaign against the lynx. Picture: Jean-Christophe Verhaegen/AFP/Getty Images

Opposition growing over release of lynx into the wild

The firms will work with NHS Scotland on treatments for conditions including diabetes. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Six SMEs selected to collaborate with NHS Scotland

Lease Fetcher has secured backing from Scottish Enterprise. Picture: Clark James

Glasgow firm gears to launch vehicle leasing comparison site


Royal London raises fears over rush to access pensions

Financial 2

Poor summer weather hammers sales at DIY chain B&Q


Final turbine arrives for Scotland’s floating wind farm

News 4

Andrew Henderson: Don’t fall foul of new lobbying law

The Thomson Reuters survey found 69% of finance bosses had not seen Brexit impact on their strategic planning. Picture: Tolga Akmen/AFP/Getty Images

Brexit: ‘Muted response’ in bosses’ strategic planning


Martin Flanagan: Asda draws a line under three years of pain

Martin Flanagan
Edinburgh Fringe performers perform a scene from their production of Peer Gynt on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, as the main festival season officially gets under way in a landmark year in the cultural life of the city. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Friday August 4, 2017. See PA story ARTS Festival. Photo credit should read: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Most bizarre shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Elvis. Picture: AP

Remembering Elvis in Scotland on 40th anniversary of his death

Mousa Broch, in Shetland, is the best preserved of the 500 brochs found across the north of Scotland. Picture: Wikicommons

Caithness digs deep to discover secrets of its brochs


Brian Ferguson: Edinburgh’s Festivals should seriously consider starting in July