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George Mortimer (right) and Mick Clare carry out the first health check on the Kelpies in Falkirk. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

In pictures: Scottish Kelpies get their first health check

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Historian Tom Devine says sectarianism dying in Scotland


Registration for Scotland’s baby box will open in June

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Brian Monteith: Corbyn wrong to link terror threat to UK policy

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Shetland is rich in natural resources

Lesley Riddoch: Energy policy is vital to Scotland, but it’s being ignored

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Henrik Larsson celebrates after scoring. Picture: SNS

Henrik Larsson nets hat-trick in Celtic charity match

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Brendan Rodgers acknowledges the Celtic support after his side's Scottish Cup triumph. Picture: SNS

Brendan Rodgers wary of unrealistic European targets

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Andy Murray hopes to overcome shaky confidence in Paris


Why scintillating final was fitting end to Celtic’s historic season

'We do want to change Aviva into being a fintech,' said chief executive Mark Wilson. Picture: Contributed

Insurance giant Aviva has fintech growth in its sights

IoD Scotland executive director David Watt. Picture: Contributed

Monday interview: IoD Scotland director David Watt

West founder Petra Wetzel with the brewer's bottled Heidi-Weisse beer. Picture: Contributed

Lot of bottle from brewer West as new beer unveiled


Farmers hoping for clarity after election is over


Graham’s bolsters organic range with Sainsbury’s deal


Scottish staple Nairn’s looking to sow more oats


Tim Bunker: Rateable values still causing confusion

Industry body ADS says the next government has 'important choices' to make in supporting the UK aerospace sector. Picture: Sean Gallup/Getty Images

Aerospace sector revs up to £8bn so far this year


Bill Jamieson: Why People’s Trust may struggle to thrive

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Brazilian pro surfer Filipe Toledo at the Cove prototype in San Sebastian, Spain

The hi-tech wave pool that could turn Edinburgh into Scotland’s Surf City

Leith Theatre has stood abandoned in the Capital for some 28 years. Picture; Jon Savage

Derelict Leith theatre to open up for Edinburgh Festival

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Brian Ferguson: Too few Scottish historical dramas on screen

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