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Police told 5 years ago about Manchester bomber Salman Abedi

British authorities identified Salman Abedi as the bomber who was responsible for Monday's explosion in Manchester. Picture: AP

Manchester attack: Police hunt for Salman Abedi’s ‘network’

Jeremy Corbyn's Labour will resume campaigning tomorrow. Pic: Danny Lawson

General election 2017: Parties set to resume campaigns

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Sunny spells

Found at scene in Manchester: Detonator, Shrapnel and battery


David Walsh: A love letter to Manchester

Opinion 2

Salmon return to the Clyde as water quality improves

Virgin Trains East Coast services are among those affected.

Trains halted after east coast main line power lines damaged

Transport 6
Derek McInnes is the bookmakers' favourite to be the next Sunderland boss. Picture: John Devlin

Bookies make Derek McInnes favourite to be next Sunderland boss

Aberdeen 11
Christophe Berra has been awarded the club captaincy by head coach Ian Cathro. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Christophe Berra happy to moan Hearts back to their best

Perry Kitchen has lost the captaincy to Christophe Berra.

Skipper switch casts doubt on Perry Kitchen’s Hearts future

Celtic's Dedryck Boyata emerges from the tunnel before the game against Hearts. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

One final step for Dedryck Boyata on journey back to glory


Adam Rooney bidding to avoid cup final ‘double treble’


Aberdeen’s £50m stadium plans bound in red tape

Aberdeen 2

John McGinn: Neil Lennon can push Hibs to top-flight heights


Massimo Donati: ‘Play-off final biggest games of my career’

Tommy Seymour, left, Greig Laidlaw and Stuart Hogg at at a British & Irish Lions training session in Ireland. Picture: David Rogers/Getty Images

Stuart Barnes: Tommy Seymour has claim to be Lions wing king

Rugby union

Duncan Smith: Sevens independence worth more than medals

Duncan Smith
The moment we've all been waiting for. Picture: Emojipedia

Twitter delights Scottish users with Saltire emoji

Tech 1
Work tactics: Lorna Finlayson and Chris Gotts of Burness Paull are seeing support for start-ups coming from established financial services companies.

Start-ups the catalyst for innovation in Scottish fintech sector

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Aberdeen Asset Management has sold the office block to a German investor. Picture: Greg Macvean

Edinburgh’s Exchange Place 1 offices sold for £47m

Jim Ratcliffe said the Dong business was 'very important' to Ineos. Picture: Greg Macvean

Ineos in £1bn deal to buy Dong’s oil and gas division


Edinburgh start-up seeks to champion part-time workers

Management 1

Ten Scottish brewers cheer supply deals with Asda

Retail 2

Employers urged to look beyond candidates’ tech skills

Tech 1

Jim Duffy: Unicorns don’t exist in real world for start-ups

Tech 1
Scottish Tenant Farmers Association chairman Christopher Nicholson said a stakeholder group should be appointed to monitor contractors' work. Picture: Contributed

Cautious welcome for new farm rent review contract

Farming 2

Martin Flanagan: Nationwide takes one for the team

Martin Flanagan
Sean Connery in Time Bandits. Picture: Rex/Shutterstock

Sean Connery to be honoured at Edinburgh Film Festival

Film 2
The clan battlefield map charts conflicts on Scottish soil between the 12th and 18th centuries. PIC: Contributed.

New map charts Scotland’s clan battlefields over 600 years

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Brian Ferguson: Too few Scottish historical dramas on screen

Brian Ferguson