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Poll shows no rise in support for Scottish independence

Politics 406
Operation Close Pass will see motorists who pass unmarked cars too cloesly pulled over. Picture: contributed.

Police to pull over Edinburgh drivers ‘too close to cyclists’

News 51
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Report calls for ‘bespoke immigration policy’ for Scotland

Politics 25

Lesley Riddoch: May won’t get completely free run

Opinion 10

Theresa May ‘would be prepared to launch pre-emptive nuclear strike’

Politics 9
Conservative election posters in 2015 played on fears of a Labour-SNP pact

Brian Monteith: The SNP needs and wants a Tory election victory

Opinion 45
T in the Park boss Geoff Ellis says fans are no longer happy to "rough it" at music festivals.

T in the Park chief: music festivals have changed forever

Music 6
Andy Halliday, right, just before he takes out Celtic winger Patrick Roberts. Picture: SNS

Why Andy Halliday should have been sent off against Celtic

Scottish Cup 2
Moussa Dembele clutches his hamstring after injuring it against Rangers. Pic: SNS

Rumour Mill: Celtic’s Dembele in sweat for final | Rangers to play Liverpool

Premiership 161
Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha shouts instructions to his players at Hampden. Picture: SNS

Pedro Caixinha altered team talk as Rangers were too ‘tense’

Rangers 12
Patrick Roberts, right, is taken out by Andy Halliday, left. Picture: SNS

Patrick Roberts glad Andy Halliday did not injure him

Scottish Cup

Alan Pattullo: Rangers were a mere stepping stone for Celtic

Celtic 11

Rangers were just as bad as the 5-1 game says Kenny Miller

Celtic 4

Aberdeen pass test of nerve to end 17-year wait for final

Aberdeen 2

Five things we learned from Celtic 2 - 0 Rangers

State Street is moving its 800 staff from Edinburgh's Ferry Road to the Quartermile development. Picture: Contributed

Quartermile lands year’s biggest letting in Edinburgh

Financial
Fashion chains Next and New Look occupy the site on Perth's High Street. Picture: Contributed

Perth retail building changes hands in £5.9m deal

Companies
Jimmy Choo's largest shareholder has thrown its weight behind the sale process. Picture: Contributed

Luxury shoe brand Jimmy Choo puts itself up for sale

Retail

Record for dividends but growth ‘narrowly based’

Companies

Monday interview: Alex Feechan, founder of Findra

Retail

Laura Hamilton: LinkedIn an integral part of corporate life

Management

Mistrust between landowners and tenants is growing

Farming 1
Scottish Institute for Enterprise chief Fiona Godsman says start-ups like Pick Protection and snap40 can follow in the footsteps of home-grown 'unicorns' BrewDog and Skyscanner. Picture: Contributed

Fiona Godsman: Let’s grow more Scottish unicorns

Companies

Bill Jamieson: Catch-22 situation for income investors

The standing stones at Callanish, Isle of Lewis. Picture: Swen Stroop

Travel: Family adventures on the Isle of Lewis

News
The 10 mile event makes its way through the Meadows, Edinburgh. Picture Toby Williams.

Thousands take part in Great Edinburgh Run

News 1

44 Scotland Street: Male networking

Books
Beinn Dorain. Picture: Shutterstock

6 Munro walks you can easily reach by train

News 2

Brian Ferguson: Like it or not, tourism is vital to Edinburgh