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Jail for Fife OAP who threatened to kill Prime Minister

Eilidh MacLeod, 14, (right) who died in the explosion, with friend Laura MacIntyre, 15, who remains seriously ill in hospital. Picture: SWNS

Manchester attacks: Online fundraiser for Eilidh MacLeod launched

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Scots galleries chief slams Donald Trump’s cultural ignorance

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Same-sex marriage and apology to be debated by Kirk


Theresa May: public must be ‘vigilant’, terror threat remains critical

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Scottish Defence League plans Edinburgh demonstration

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Former TV weatherman Fred Talbot arrives at court.  (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

Former TV weatherman Fred Talbot found guilty of sex offences

Ryan Jack has stated his intention to leave Aberdeen this summer. Picture: John Devlin

3 reasons Aberdeen should think carefully about picking Ryan Jack

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Scotland's Sean Kennedy. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS/SRU

Sean Kennedy: I’d hate to see Scotland lose its sevens team

Celtic won the Ladbrokes Premiership without losing a single game. Picture: SNS

Five things we learned on Celtic’s march to the title

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Wayne Rooney dropped from England squad to play Scotland


Rumour Mill: Rangers want Jamie Walker | Ibrox club eye Fabio Cardoso | QPR watch McLean

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Celtic fans plaster Billy McNeil cut-outs around Glasgow

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Celtic 2-1 Inter: How The Scotsman reported on Lisbon glory

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Willie Wallace with the European Cup trophy at  the civic reception to mark the 50th anniversary of Celtic's  victory in 1967.

Willie Wallace: Lisbon celebrations are tinged with sadness

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Duncan Smith: Sevens independence worth more than medals

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Balfour Beatty is relocating seven offices to a single base at the Maxim Business Park at Eurocentral off the M8. Picture: Contributed

Balfour Beatty to close seven offices across Scotland

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Lidl's 'Isle of Ale' craft beer festival kicks off today. Picture: Peter Sandground

Lidl launches first Scottish ‘craft beer festival’

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Cara Therapeutics focuses on treatments for chronic pain. Picture: Johnston Press

Glasgow Uni nets $4m in sale of biotech firm’s shares


Standard Life boss confident of AAM merger approval


Petrofac executive suspended amid fraud investigation

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EnQuest eyes boost from North Sea’s Kraken project


Paul Lewis: United thinking can put Scotland on world map

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Martin Flanagan: M&S marks time ahead of revamp boost

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Jim and William Reid formed The Jesus and Mary Chain in East Kilbride in 1983. Their first album in 19 years, Damage and Joy, was released in March. Picture: Steve Gullick

2017 SAY Award longlist unveiled ahead of public vote

The clan battlefield map charts conflicts on Scottish soil between the 12th and 18th centuries. PIC: Contributed.

New map charts Scotland’s clan battlefields over 600 years

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Brian Ferguson: Too few Scottish historical dramas on screen

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