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Third of Scots voters ‘will vote Tory in General Election’

News 264
Alison Thewliss MP leads a cross-party protest at Holyrood. Picture: Jane Barlow

Scrapping controversial rape clause could cost Scotland £200m

Politics 131
Ruth Davidson is appealing for support from pro-union voters to block indyref2. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Tactical voting will only have ‘limited effect’ in Scotland

Politics 59
Sunny spells

Bogus Glasgow venture capital firm nets a fortune


Labour slams SNP candidate over ‘disgusting attitude’ to women


Euan McColm: Election turns Sturgeon into image of Salmond

Opinion 84

Dani Garavelli: Democracy suffers as May plays it safe

Opinion 26
The nose section of Pan Am Flight 103 lies in wreckage on December 21, 1988 from an explosion over Lockerbie. Picture: Getty Images

Family to appeal al-Megrahi’s Lockerbie bombing conviction

PCs Ferguson and ODonnell play with with a couple of Romanian children at the Community Canteen at Trinity Church, Daisy Street. Picture: John Devlin

Insight: Vital work of bobbies on the beat in Govanhill

Politics 15
Jadon Sancho, right, holds off Chelsea's Reece James in the recent FA Youth Cup Final First Leg match at The Academy Stadium. Picture: Getty Images

Rumour Mill: Celtic eye Man City starlet | Maddison to Rangers? | Holt wants Hibs deal

Celtic 207
Scott Sinclair celebrates having put Celtic 2-0 up. Picture: SNS

Celtic end 92-year wait for Scottish Cup semi win over Rangers

Scottish Cup 3

McInnes: ‘A couple of years ago we might have lost’

Aberdeen 1

Fed Cup tie suspended after Ilie Nastase ‘bitches’ outburst

Tennis 1
Michael Stewart reflects on his playing career and insists he was never a trouble-maker in the dressing-room. Picture: Neil Hanna

Interview: Michael Stewart on Hibs’ revolt against Collins

Hearts 13

Aberdeen and Hibs exhibit a bright future for Scottish football

Kishorn was historically used for oil and gas fabrication. Picture: Contributed

Wind farm project to create 200 jobs at Kishorn dry dock

News 4
Snake Venom from Keith Brewery weighs in at 67.5% ABV. Picture: Contributed

Keith Brewery launches record-breaking Snake Venom beer

Retail 2

Tidal power firm makes waves with capital relocation

News 1

Six Scots firms scoop Queen’s Awards for Enterprise


Fraser Nicol: Take control in the cyber-crime fight


Estonia gains BrewDog bar in latest EU growth push

Retail 2
Polly Purvis, chief executive of ScotlandIS, says the tech industry must harness current opportunities. Picture: Chris Watt

Powering up Scotland’s digital tech skills base

Tech 1

Scott Reid: Audio industry hopes records keep spinning

Vinyl sales are at a 25-year-high. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Is Record Store Day just a rip-off exploiting collectors?

Music 1
Beinn Dorain. Picture: Shutterstock

6 Munro walks you can easily reach by train

News 2
The Ring of Brodgar site on Orkney glows in the dark to mark World Heritage Day. PIC: Dig It! 2017/Tom O'Brien.

Video: Orkney’s Ring of Brodgar glows in the dark

Brian Limond, creator of the hit BBC Scotland series Limmys Show, will release his second book of short stories next month. Picture: John Devlin/TSPL

Interview: Limmy reveals how coding skills made him famous

Tech 2

Brian Ferguson: Lack of venues to blame for demise of capital’s music scene