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Indycamp protesters claim their phones are being hacked

News 8

Nicola Sturgeon: Austerity linked to Brexit vote

Nicola Sturgeon has blamed a sense of “disenfranchisement and disillusionment” for the UK’s vote to leave the EU.

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Fracking ‘extremely safe’ says Ineos boss as shale shipment arrives

Fracking is “extremely safe”, the boss of Ineos insisted as the first ever shipment of shale gas from America arrived in the UK.

Energy 52
Yellowcraig beach. Picture: Martin Burns/Flickr

Five of the best coastal walks around Edinburgh and East Lothian

Outdoors 3

Scotland weather: Met Office warn of severe gales of up to 70mph

News 1

Warning Brexit could spell disaster for Arbroath Smokies

Politics 23

RBS warning to customers after £30m lost in cyber-scam

Financial 8
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One fan was hit by a seat in a clip released online.

Rangers fans cause £5,000 damage at Pittodrie

News
Olympic Cyclist gold and silver medal winner Callum Skinner. Picture: Greg Macvean

Callum Skinner releases medical records after being hacked

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Paris Gourtsoyannis: Corbyn brings down the shutters in Scotland

Paris Gourtsoyannis
Paris Gourtsoyannis
Ian Wright after completing his move to Celtic in 1999. Picture: Allan Milligan/TSPL

Ian Wright slams ‘vile’ Old Firm derby and ‘pro-Rangers’ media

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The former Crystal Palace, Rotherham, Leeds, Sheffied United, Burton Albion, QPR, Bury, Oldham, Notts County, Torquay, Plymouth, Gainsborough, Scarborough and Huddersfield boss is currently without a job. Picture: PA

Rumour Mill: Neil Warnock for St Mirren job | England to sack Allardyce | Manchester City ‘not favourites’ at Celtic

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Three-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome has described the rules allowing athletes to take drugs that would normally be banned under sport's anti-doping rules as "open to abuse" and in need of urgent reform. Picture: John Walton/PA Wire

Chris Froome: TUEs in cycling are open to abuse

Cycling
Jimmy Johnstone, voted Celtics greatest ever player, in action during the 1970 Scottish Cup final. Picture: SNS

Jimmy Johnstone’s widow remembers life with Celtic genius

Celtic 4

Sam Allardyce future as England boss hangs in the balance

Football 6

Callum Skinner: I want to prove to people my asthma is real

Cycling 3

Graeme Souness urges peace between Rangers and Joey Barton

Rangers 10
Arnold Palmer with the famous Claret Jug after winning The Open Championship trophy at Royal Birkdale in 1961. Picture: PA Wire.

Arnold Palmer: Icon and pioneer who took golf to the masses

Golf 3
AG Barr said about 90 jobs will be lost under the shake-up. Picture: Robert Perry

Irn-Bru maker to axe 90 jobs as sales lose fizz

Retail
House of Fraser owns Edinburgh store Jenners. Picture: Greg Macvean

House of Fraser tackles tough trading

Retail
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton shakes hands with Republican hopeful Donald Trump after their first head-to-head debate. Picture: Joe Raedle/Pool via AP

Scottish business wire: Irn-Bru | Aldi | Harper Macleod

Companies 14
From left: Matt Gammell, Dave Mullen, Marcus Pickering, Chris Thewlis and David Moore launched the Ginerosity gin at Summerhall, Edinburgh. Picture: Tina Norris

Glass raised to world's first social enterprise gin

Companies

Record profit for Glenfiddich maker William Grant

Retail

Accelerator launches to tackle public sector challenges

Tech

Fishers Laundry profits hit by ‘year of investment’

Companies

Oil industry efficiencies improving, says trade body

UK
Fergus Ewing urged Westminster to provide certainty for Scotland's rural economy. Picture: John Devlin

Fergus Ewing calls for clarity on farming issues

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Anatomical Museum, Teviot Place.

Five unusual Edinburgh museums you should visit

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Picture: SWNS

Aurora borealis over Castle Stuart golf course

Art
Glasgow salon owner Natalie Hughes is one of 18 contenders in the new series of The Apprentice.

Glasgow beauty salon owner set to battle it out in Apprentice boardroom

Lifestyle 1
Author Ian Rankin
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Crime writer Ian Rankin helps police solve an Edinburgh mystery

Lifestyle 4