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‘Rush’ to detect dementia attacked by NHS expert

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The Labour leader with Kezia Dugdale on a visit to Glasgow. Picture: John Devlin

Euan McColm: Corbyn’s visit forces Sturgeon to pick sides

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Back our own indyref, Catalans urge Sturgeon

Politics 6

Dani Garavelli: Time Lady won’t drag us out of Dark Ages


More gays and bisexuals allowed to give blood


AC/DC fan in bid to crack ‘Da Vinci Code of rock’


Undated family handout photo of Charlie Gard. His parents Chris Gard and Connie Yates, who set up a fund in the hope of raising £1.2 million to get treatment in America for their sick baby son have been given £20,000 by an anonymous donor. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Saturday March 11, 2017. See PA story HEALTH Charlie. Photo credit should read: Family handout/PA Wire

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Hospital staff treating terminally ill Charlie Gard sent death threats

Politics 2
Curbs on junk food ads might ease the situation. Photograph: Getty

Obesity crisis behind 150 fire service calls

Celtic's Green Brigade. Picture: SNS/Craig Williamson

Green Brigade hit back at Celtic over standing section closure

Celtic 57
Rangers Niko Kranjcar nets with a curling free-kick. Picture: Jeff Holmes/PA Wire

Rangers 1 - 1 Marseille: Niko Kranjcar stars in friendly outing

Rangers 9
Hibernian's John McGinn has a big price on his head. Picture: SNS/Bill Murray

Neil Lennon slaps £5 million price tag on Hibs’ John McGinn

Premiership 28
Hearts' Kyle Lafferty wheels away after heading the home side in front. Picture: SNS/Roddy Scott

Hearts 3-0 East Fife: Kyle Lafferty hits brace in routine win

East Fife 5

Neil Lennon: The ball is in Anthony Stokes’ court for Hibs move

Premiership 1

Rumour Mill: Virgil van Dijk move | Anthony Stokes to Hibs? | Dermot Desmond’s bank fined

News 274

Linfield pursue redress from fans after Celtic disturbances

Celtic 3
Scotland women head coach Anna Signeul. Picture: Mike Egerton/PA Wire

‘We can beat Portugal’, says Scotland coach Anna Signeul

Scotland 1

Where Hibs may look next after signing Deivydas Matulevicius

Craig Fowler
Maclay Murray & Spens chief Kenneth Shand, left, with Dentons' Jeremy Cohen. Picture: Contributed

Maclay Murray & Spens name to disappear in Dentons tie-up

Law 3
Miller Homes pulled the plug on plans for a stock market float in 2014. Picture: Andrew Smith SG Photography

Edinburgh housebuilder Miller ‘set for £600m takeover’

The sale to Cairn Group has secured 125 jobs in Aberdeen. Picture: Steven Scott Taylor

Jobs saved as buyer found for Holiday Inn sites in Aberdeen

Media & Leisure
KPMG's Blair Nimmo warned of storm clouds on the horizon for Scotland's companies. Picture: Contributed

Fewer firms going bust, but KPMG warns of challenges ahead

Markets Economy

Gareth Magee: Small firms show strength amid uncertainty


Tenant farmers warned that amnesty clock is ticking


Inchinnan’s Peak Scientific cheers two decades of growth


Paul Noble: Putting Employee Benefit Trusts in the spotlight

Law 1
ScottishPower and SSE are facing tough competition from smaller rivals. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA

‘Big six’ energy firms SSE and ScottishPower shed customers

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Bill Jamieson: Predictions of cashless society are premature

Bill Jamieson

Hotly-tipped comedy shows at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Extra rail services are to be laid on for the Edinburgh Festival. Picture Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

ScotRail announces extra services for Edinburgh Festival

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Frankie Boyle at The Stand Comedy Club. Picture: Robert Perry

The big name comedy acts at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017

News 9
Jarvis Cocker brings Room 29 at the legendary Chateau Marmont Hotel to Edinburgh next month Picture: Peter H�nnemann

Jarvis Cocker on bringing Room 29 to the Edinburgh Festival

Inveraray Castle, the ancestral home of the Clan Campbell. Picture:

50 things to do in Argyll this summer

British-caught cod is back on the menu for shoppers and diners who care if their fish is sustainable, a decade after stocks came close to collapse

Stephen Jardine: Net gains from return of North Sea cod


Brian Ferguson: Leith Theatre is a gem of a venue

Brian Ferguson