The Scotsman

BBC announces new ‘Scottish 9’ on dedicated new £30m channel

News 199
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. Picture: John Devlin

Nicola Sturgeon: Women politicians have it harder than men

Nicola Sturgeon
Kilchrist Castle near Campbeltown is being sold for offers over �220,000.

Castle for sale for less than Edinburgh semi-detached

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Irvine Welsh arriving at the world premiere of Trainspotting 2 at Cineworld in Edinburgh. Picture: Jane Barlow/PA Wire

Irvine Welsh drops hint about Trainspotting 3

News 4

PM tells ministers to fight for union as Indyref2 nears

Politics 359

Scotland's weather: Amber warning of snow from Storm Doris

News 4

Scotland’s island councils set to win new powers

Politics 3

‘I am a millionaire!’ shouts £14.5m EuroMillions jackpot winner

UK 5
The  Scotsman Hotel. Picture: TSPL

Scotsman Hotel to be sold to Stefan King’s G1 group

News 6

Scott Macnab: Indyref2 poses new arguments

Scott Macnab
Rangers interim manager Graeme Murty cuts a frustrated, upside down figure.

Rangers caretaker Graeme Murty explains bizarre headstand

Rangers 2
Ian Cathro and Neil Lennon, right, will see their sides battle it out again at Easter Road tonight. Picture: SNS

Hibs v Hearts: Who needs a win more - Neil Lennon or Ian Cathro?

Scottish Cup 9
Kieran Tierney returned to the Celtic starting XI earlier this year after an absence through injury. Picture: SNS

Kieran Tierney reminded of joys of being a Celtic fan


Rumour Mill: Llambias questions King investment | Dembele at Celtic for four years | Hibs ‘don’t play football’

Premiership 151

Hearts’ Arnaud Djoum eyes summer move to ‘better club’

Hearts 13

SPFL Premiership relegation dogfight is where real drama is

Premiership 1
Jonny and Richie Gray square up to the French forwards during Scotland's defeat in Paris. Picture: SNS

Richie Gray backs brother Jonny for Scotland captaincy

Scotland 4

Kevin Thomson: Neil Lennon knew what he was doing with rant

Fergus Ewing will meet fellow agriculture ministers in Edinburgh tomorrow. Picture: John Devlin

Fergus Ewing repeats warning over ticking Brexit clock

Farming 19
An example of dementia-friendly building design. Picture: Contributed

Architects turn to VR to help people with dementia

Edinburgh-based Bellfield is eyeing a move into cans as it develops new beer ranges. Picture: Contributed

Gluten-free brewer eyes £500,000 to fund expansion

Every RBS branch will get a specialist 'TechXpert'. Picture: John Devlin

RBS to spend £100,000 training up digital experts


Glasgow software specialist expands into Edinburgh


Weir on road to recovery after ‘prolonged’ downturn

Companies 1

What it’s like founding a start-up in Scotland

News 1
Lloyds said its earnings were helped by lower PPI provisions. Picture: Jane Barlow

Lloyds profits more than double to £4.2bn


Martin Flanagan: BoE tries to tell it like it is

Martin Flanagan
The stave church at Ringebu, Norway, dates from the 13th Century when Norway passed control of the Hebrides to Scotland. Islanders were given the choice  of moving to Norway "freely in peace" as a result of the 1266 agreement  with a number of prominent figures taking up the offer. PIC Flickr/Mike M/Creative Commons.

When Hebrideans were offered a new start in Norway

The Edinburgh Digital Entertainment Festival will not be returning to the Assembly Rooms this year.

Assembly Rooms to revert back to traditional Fringe venue

Lifestyle 3
Puffins on the Isle of May in the Firth of Forth. Picture: Jane Barlow / TSPL

Volunteers needed to work and live on tiny Scottish island

News 1

Brian Ferguson: Festivals must not fear loss of New Town venues

Brian Ferguson