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Taxpayers foot bill for £120m public sector ‘golden handshakes’

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Scottish Secretary David Mundell speaks on the third day of the Conservative party conference at the ICC in Birmingham. Picture: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

David Mundell: No circumstances where Scotland can remain in EU

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Commuters alight at Queen Street from the 7.15am service from Edinburgh Waverley in February 2002. Picture: Ian Rutherford/TSPL

Edinburgh-Glasgow mainline railway celebrates 175th birthday

People & Places
Scottish Parliament. Picture: Lisa Ferguson.

MSPs to hold historic vote on setting new income tax rate

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Derek Mackay to act on business rates as firms step up pressure

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Outlander star Sam Heughan voices support for indyref2

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Long-winded speech an ‘early warning sign’ for Alzheimer’s


May underlines warning over Brexit delays with Lords visit

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The Trades Hall on Glassford Street. The street is named after Tobacco Lord and plantation owner John Glassford. PIC Flickr/Creative Commons.

Should Glasgow’s “slavery streets” be renamed?

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Brian Monteith: Blair should keep his counsel to himself

Brian Monteith
Martin Slumbers - very pleased that Muirfield is voting again. Picture: R&A.

Open green light if Muirfield votes ‘Yes’

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Ian Cathro welcomes the re-turfing of the Tynecastle pitch. Picture: SNS.

Hearts head coach Ian Cathro praises club’s driving ambition

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SFA’s Malky Mackay wants to revive reserve league in Scotland

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Scotland defence coach Matt Taylor had good news on the fitness of several players ahead of the Wales game in the Six Nations. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS/SRU

We have to be positive... we can’t dwell on who’s injured

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Scotland’s Alex Dunbar ready for a physical Six Nations battle

Six Nations

Wales duo Taulupe Faletau and Ross Moriarty fight face Scots

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Paul Lawrie’s hunger and work ethic so impressive at 48

Golf 2
Scotland's Kirsty Gilmour in action for Great Britain at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Picture: Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images

Badminton Scotland chief slams funding cut appeal refusal

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MSPs will examine how Airdrie Savings Bank was hit by the financial crisis. Picture: Alan Watson

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Health tech start-up snap40 gets £1m shot in the arm


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Eric Gilligan: UK workers’ rights on the line

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Nurturing the next generation of entrepreneurs


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Scott Reid: Spring Budget to be the calm before the storm

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How Charles Rennie Mackintosh shaped Glasgow

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Swimmers at Glen Coe. Picture: Aileen Emerson

What are the health benefits of open water swimming?

A view of the Holy Isle on the east coast of Arran. Picture: Phil Wilkinson/ TSPL

Scottish open water swimming events in 2017


Joan Eardley: ‘the grand lady of Scottsh art’


Brian Ferguson: Festivals must not fear loss of New Town venues

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