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Is indyref2 coming? Nicola Sturgeon admits she ‘doesn’t know’

General Election
Typhoon aircraft were scrambled. Picture: Ministry of Defence

Jets scrambled to intercept Russian bombers over North Sea

News 9
MSPs are considering fresh legislation that seeks to address issues raised in a Supreme Court legal ruling on the Named Persons policy. Picture: TSPL

Scots teachers could face court under new Named Person plan

Education 114
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Spain responds to Scottish Government statement on Catalonia

Politics 118

Gary Mackay-Steven opens up over River Kelvin incident

Aberdeen 2

Grenfell Tower-style cladding found on Glasgow high rises

Politics 16
Glasgow-born Sir John A Macdonald,  former Prime Minister of Canada. PIC: Creative Commons.

Why does Canada want to remove symbols of its Scottish settler past?

News 2
Parents are paying a catchment area premium to get their children into good schools. Picture: John Devlin

Parents paying £121k more to get into ‘right’ school catchment

Education 91
Celtic credited the importance of Champions League football. Picture: John Devlin

Celtic announce £38.6m revenue increase in annual results

Celtic 17
Craig Bellamy played for Celtic in a five-month loan spell in 2005. Picture: PA

Craig Bellamy: Nobody in England cares about Celtic’s success

Celtic 67

Wes Foderingham signs new deal with Rangers

Rangers 1
Gary Mackay-Steven in action for Aberdeen against Kilmarnock. Picture: SNS Group

Gary Mackay-Steven opens up over River Kelvin incident

Aberdeen 2

Ex-Morton and Gretna player describes ‘surreal’ match in North Korea


Neil McCann isn’t fazed by ‘disgusting’ abuse from Celtic fans

Premiership 13

Six Nations: England and France ‘could delay start’

Six Nations 3

Rumour Mill: Rangers injury crisis? | Gordon blasts Sutton | Rodgers’ warning over Ralston

Celtic 416
Hibernian's last trip to Hampden ended in a 3-2 defeat to Aberdeen - but Neil Lennon's men are heading back to G42 for the 21st time since the year 2000. Picture: John Devlin

Hibs set to make 21st appearance at Hampden since 2000

Hibernian 2

Five things we learned from Partick Thistle 1 - 3 Rangers

Craig Fowler

Letter: Parents’ atitudes stopping Scottish education becoming world class

Your Say 12
Workers are being urged to copy pupils in completing a Daily Mile. Picture: Dave Scott

Leader comment: Daily Mile should be for all

Opinion 1
Catalan ministers march in support of the referendum, which has been ruled illegal by Spains constitutional court. Picture: Getty Images

Scott Macnab: Catalan struggle not a priority for Scots

Opinion 149
Boris Johnson prepares to board the Vote Leave campaign bus, complete with the slogan claiming Brexit would boost NHS coffers by �350m a week. Picture: PA

Ayesha Hazarika: If it’s too good to be true it probably is, whatever the Boris bus says

Opinion 14
A queen awaiting her fate: The QE2 is languising in dock in Dubai, with no sign of any decision on what, or where, her future will be. Picture: Getty Images

Martyn McLaughlin: Dubai yet to make good on promises for a queen now in exile

Opinion 2
House of Fraser's new boss has 'high expectations' following its losses. Picture: Neil Hanna

House of Fraser ‘optimistic’ despite tumbling into red

Retail 1
Mitie said the jobs are set to go from its 53,000-strong workforce by the end of its financial year in March. Picture: Ed Robinson/OneRedEye/PA Wire

Mitie to axe 480 jobs as part of cost-cutting drive

Glencairn's project would include housing and commercial space. Picture: Contributed

Plans revealed for canalside development in Edinburgh


NFU Scotland maps out its top post-Brexit priorities

Farming 9

Recruitment specialist iMultiply eyes more takeovers


Training software developer Administrate inks US deals

Jim Duffy says Billions' Bobby Axelrod, played by Damian Lewis, second left, knows the value of a good co-founder. Picture: James Minchin/SHOWTIME

Jim Duffy: Two’s company to help start-ups achieve success


Martin Flanagan: KPMG cleared of failing to twig HBOS woes

Martin Flanagan
A ruby and sapphire ring gifted by Bonnie Prince Charlie to a female supporter is on show in Inverness. PIC: Inverness Museum and Art Gallery/Ewen Weatherspoon.

7 Jacobite relics still found in the Highlands

Signage at Jolly Giant in Peffermill, Edinburgh, which opened in 1991. Picture: TSPL

Remembering The Jolly Giant: Scotland’s Toys “R” Us


Bespoke sword-making service coming to Edinburgh

The Cutty Sark in her custom-built dry dock in Greenwich. The ship was built in Dumbarton in 1869 and last sailed in 1938. Picture: Wikipedia

Seven of the most famous ships built on the River Clyde


Brian Ferguson: Littlejohn hopes dream can come true with Sleep in the Park

Brian Ferguson