The Scotsman

Prosecution service hit by ‘fear culture’ MSPs warned

Politics 1

£60m drive to boost growth in Scotland’s ailing economy

A £60 million drive to kick-start growth in Scotland’s ailing economy has been unveiled.

Politics 2

‘Tornado’ image of starlings wins coveted photography competition

A photographer who captured an “intriguing” image of starlings swirling around the fire-ravaged remains of Brighton’s West Pier has been awarded a prestigious prize.

Gordon Wilson: Questions on economy must be answered. Picture: contributed

Indyref2 is ‘a waste of time’ says ex-SNP chief

Politics 7

18 arrests following Celtic and Rangers semi-final at Hampden

News 18

Warning as police seek two men over missing Scottish mother

News 1

Historic headquarters of rowing wins lottery boost

Light showers
Alistair Darling said that now is not 
the time to re-establish an 
anti-independence campaign. Picture: Dylan Martinez/Getty

Darling claims Sturgeon is bluffing with indyref2 bid

Politics 184
Harris Ghazi waves to his uncle as he leaves a visa office in East Croydon. Harris is one of the refugee children who arrived in Britain from the Jungle. Picture: SWNS

Euan McColm: Racism bares its teeth at the sight of refugees

Opinion 84

Dani Garavelli: Alcohol victory can save us from ourselves

Dani Garavelli
Dani Garavelli
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers celebrates at the end of the Betfred Cup semi-final. Picture: PA

Brendan Rodgers: Celtic performance just as good as 5-1 win

League Cup 9
Mark Warburton's side were beaten by a late Moussa Dembele goal. Picture: Getty

Mark Warburton: Defeat shows Celtic-Rangers gap ‘narrowing’

League Cup 40
Goal hero Moussa Dembele turns to his provider, Leigh Griffiths, as the pair celebrate Celtic's League Cup semi-final win over Rangers. Picture: Getty Images

Better together: Dembele and Griffiths provide winning touch

Celtic 1

Scott Brown hails Celtic’s mental strength after Hampden win

Celtic 2

Aberdeen intent on showing they belong in Betfred Cup final

League Cup

St Johnstone 2 - 1 Dundee: Five defeats in a row for Dees

Premiership 1

Hibs get back on track with fightback against Dunfermline

Edinburgh's Damien Hoyland, left, evades the diving Rob Buchanan during the home side's narrow win over Harlequins at BT Murrayfield. Picture: SNS Group

Rampant Edinburgh given licence to thrill

Rugby union
Activity continued to be driven by firms in technology, media, and telecommunications, which accounted for about 40 per cent of the total. Picture: TSPL

Edinburgh’s office take-up shrugs off Brexit uncertainty

Markets Economy
Brett Simpson has a clear vision of road ahead as firm pursues global expansion. Picture: Contributed

Monday interview: Brett Simpson, chief executive of Low & Bonar

Picture: Flickr

Between the Lines: In pursuit of authenticity


M&G Investments to resume trading in property fund

Financial 1

Scottish business wire: Pick Protection | BAT | Heathrow

Companies 18

IT recruiter Cathcart aiming to double Thailand team


Glasgow safety alarm start-up secures £744,000 funding

Tech 2
Nintendo's Switch console will be released in March. Picture: Contributed

Nintendo takes on Sony and Microsoft with new console

The eerie orange clouds lit up the skies above Falkirk. Picture: Lesley McKenzie

Unusual orange clouds seen in skies above Scotland

Irvine Welsh is in the running for Scotland's major book prizes with new Francis Begbie novel The Blade Artist

Irvine Welsh and James Kelman up for Saltire Literary Award

Books 5