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Scots firms ‘named and shamed’ for not paying minimum wage

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More than 40 firefighters are tackling the blaze. Picture: John Devlin

Firefighters tackle major fire at Glasgow warehouse

Glasgow
A street entertainer performs on the Royal Mile during the Fringe. Picture: Getty

Edinburgh Festivals should be run ‘from June to September’ says city MP

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Skye restaurant scoops food industry ‘bible’ award

Lifestyle

BBC ‘discrediting SNP’ over Charlottesville ‘nationalists’

Politics 163

Nicola Sturgeon: Trump visit ‘unthinkable’ after Charlottesville

Politics 88
Andrew O'Hagan was delivering a keynote lecture at the Edinburgh International Book Festival.

Andrew O'Hagan: Britain 'smashed' by Brexit and Scotland under threat

Lifestyle 331
Jimmy Calderwood managed Dunfermline Athletic, Aberdeen and Kilmarnock among several others. Picture: Phil Wilkinson

Ex-Aberdeen manager Jimmy Calderwood reveals dementia battle

News 9

Rumour Mill: Celtic interest in South African confirmed | Hibs to sign Man City starlet | Griffiths ‘would stroll’ EPL

Premiership 20
Scott Sinclair nets his side's second goal of the game. Picture: Getty

Five things we learned from Celtic 5 - 0 Astana

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Celtics two-goal hero Scott Sinclair, left, and Leigh Griffiths during the 5-0 defeat of FC Astana at Celtic Park which put the Champions League group stage within reach. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Brendan Rodgers hails ‘complete performance’ of five-star Celtic

Celtic 1
Celtic's Scott Brown, right, leads the celebrations at full-time. Picture: SNS

Celtic can sit back, relax and enjoy flight to Kazakhstan

Celtic 3

Celtic 5 - 0 Astana: Champions League group stage all but secured

Celtic 71

Steve McClaren still in the running for Hearts job - reports

Hearts 4

Celtic 5 - 0 Astana: How the Celtic players rated

Celtic 9

Dumbarton give Rangers young guns a dose of the blues

Football 2

Remembering when Hearts had four men sent off against Rangers at Ibrox

Craig Fowler
Lookers expects the new car market to decline this year. Picture: Contributed

Lookers profits go into reverse as car market ‘softens’

Companies 1
Pig farms could benefit under 'most favoured nation' tariff rules. Picture: Kimberley Powell

Post-Brexit trade deals a mixed bag for farming sectors

Farming
'Banks are not as far advanced as we would like them to be,' said ECB supervisor Sabine Lautenschlaeger. Picture: Bertrand Langlois/AFP/Getty Images

British banks ‘behind schedule’ in post-Brexit preparations

Financial 1
Clyde Space chief Craig Clark with Glasgow Lord Provost Eva Bolander. Picture: Contributed

Clyde Space reaches for the stars with latest contract

Tech

Jobs secured in Kilwinning engineer’s management buyout

Companies

Property portal Lettingweb on path for record year

Tech

Suppliers unite in support of £2bn Scottish wind farm

News 22

Balfour Beatty back in profit amid ‘selective’ bidding

Companies
Mallzee founder and chief executive Cally Russell. Picture: Neil Hanna

Mallzee aims to bag more sales via online fashion app

Tech

Martin Flanagan: PwC fine shows auditors are in firing line

Martin Flanagan

Video: Bid to save Greyfriars Bobby from ‘lucky’ nose rub gains support

People & Places 1
Reddit users have spoken out about what irks them during the Festivals.

Reddit users sum up life for Edinburgh residents during the Festival

News 8
Elvis. Picture: AP

Remembering Elvis in Scotland on 40th anniversary of his death

News
Mousa Broch, in Shetland, is the best preserved of the 500 brochs found across the north of Scotland. Picture: Wikicommons

Caithness digs deep to discover secrets of its brochs

Tech

Brian Ferguson: Edinburgh’s Festivals should seriously consider starting in July