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Nicola Sturgeon pays tribute to Manchester bombing victim Eilidh MacLeod at FMQs. Picture: PA

Nicola Sturgeon: Politicians ‘united in defence of democracy’

News 24
Donald Trump was rebuked by Theresa May over intelligence leaks. Picture: Getty Images

US promises crackdown after Manchester investigation leaks

Politics 8
Sunny spells

Scottish Police Authority chairman loses confidence of MSPs

Politics 4

Scotland’s weather: Scots bask in record mini-heatwave

Environment 7

May ‘must bear responsibility’ for Arena attack, claims Ukip

Politics 44

Scots galleries chief slams Donald Trump’s cultural ignorance

World 28
The Princess Royal and Right Rev Dr Derek Browning, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. PICTURE: ANDREW  O'BRIEN

Kirk agrees to apologise for failing to recognise gay people

Politics 13
A furious Simon Murray is restrained by Hamiltons Darian McKinnon as he tries to tell red-card wielding referee Steven McLean that he had been fouled and not dived. Picture: SNS

Dundee United to appeal Simon Murray ‘diving’ red card

Premiership 1
Craig Gordon leads the celebrations after Hearts Scottish Cup final victory over Gretna in 2006. Picture: SNS.

Celtic’s Craig Gordon inspired by Hearts’ 2006 cup triumph

Celtic fans with a 1967 Hillman Imp, which was driven from Glasgow to Lisbon.

Celtic fans travel to Lisbon to mark European Cup anniversary

Ian Cathro acknowledges that quality is more important than quantity in recruiting new players. Picture: SNS.

Character will be key to Hearts signings says Ian Cathro


Dundee Utd 0-0 Hamilton: Thriller leaves all to play for

Premiership 8

Aberdeen keeper Joe Lewis set on a Celtic cup final shutout

Scottish Cup

Aberdeen-Celtic cup final will not faze fereee Bobby Madden

Scottish Cup 4

Why the much maligned Europa League matters once more

Football 1
Sean Kennedy gets to work in the gym after his promotion to Scotlands summer tour squad following an injury to Edinburgh team-mate Sam Hidalgo-Clyne. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS

Sean Kennedy takes long road to win Scotland place

Rugby union

Duncan Smith: Sevens independence worth more than medals

Duncan Smith
Balfour Beatty is relocating seven offices to a single base at the Maxim Business Park at Eurocentral off the M8. Picture: Contributed

Balfour Beatty to close seven offices across Scotland

Companies 2
Lidl's 'Isle of Ale' craft beer festival kicks off today. Picture: Peter Sandground

Lidl launches first Scottish ‘craft beer festival’

Retail 1
Cara Therapeutics focuses on treatments for chronic pain. Picture: Johnston Press

Glasgow Uni nets $4m in sale of biotech firm’s shares


Standard Life boss confident of AAM merger approval


Petrofac executive suspended amid fraud investigation

News 1

EnQuest eyes boost from North Sea’s Kraken project

'Inward investment can bring a range of direct and wider benefits to our economy,' says Scottish Development International managing director Paul Lewis. Picture: Contributed

Paul Lewis: United thinking can put Scotland on world map

Markets Economy

Martin Flanagan: M&S marks time ahead of revamp boost

Martin Flanagan
Jim and William Reid formed The Jesus and Mary Chain in East Kilbride in 1983. Their first album in 19 years, Damage and Joy, was released in March. Picture: Steve Gullick

2017 SAY Award longlist unveiled ahead of public vote

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

News 3

Brian Ferguson: Too few Scottish historical dramas on screen

Brian Ferguson