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523 children identified as potential online sex abuse victims

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Lawyers fear court fees rise will affect ‘access to justice’

Lawyers have raised concerns about Scottish Government proposals to increase civil court fees by almost a quarter, warning the rise could affect access to the justice system.

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The Prevent programme requires teachers to report extremist behaviour or radicalised beliefs to authorities. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Proposed classroom terror scheme ‘will only increase racism’

Education

Benefits name could be dropped from new Scots social security system

Holyrood ministers are considering scrapping the use of the word “benefits” when they take charge of some parts of the social security system.

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The winning picture in landscape photography competition. Picture: Contributed

Fishing boat on Argyll loch is best landscape photo

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E.Coli outbreak in Scotland linked to blue cheese

Health 1

Parents seek compensation over named person legislation

Politics 36

Centuries-old bishop’s seal matrix discovered in Fife

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Allan Bryant has not been seen since leaving a Glenrothes nightclub in 2013. His father believes his son has been murdered. Picture: Contributed

Family of Scot feared murdered buy TV ad slots to uncover truth

News
The video offers a unique view of Edinburgh Castle. Picture: Liam Anderstrem/Airborne Lens

Video: Amazing aerial 360 video of Edinburgh Castle

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Paris Gourtsoyannis: Dugdale’s US insight handy at Holyrood

Celtic's Leonardo Fasan (left) gives skipper Scott Brown a neck rub during training ahead of the game against Barcelona. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Celtic’s John Kennedy forced to defend Barca friendly

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Jordan Rossiter made his debut for Rangers against Stranraer in the Betfred Cup. Picture: Rob Casey/SNS

Jordan Rossiter aims to give mentor Brendan Rodgers a lesson

Celtic
Celtic coach John Kennedy shows his skills as Celtic train ahead of their clash with Barcelona. Picture: SNS.

John Kennedy: Eoghan O’Connell is Celtic’s pre-season plus

Celtic
Jim Watt, a respected ringside television analyst for 35 years, has decided to hang up his microphone at the age of 68. Picture: SNS

Interview: Jim Watt on his second retirement in boxing

Boxing

Meadowbankk athletics track perfect for doing the ‘Beattie’

Football 1

Rangers fan jailed for 4 months following Scottish Cup Final chaos

Rangers

Five further arrests made over Scottish Cup final disorder

Scottish Cup

Ex-Rangers striker Kyle Lafferty charged over betting misconduct

Football 23
Hibs are hopeful of landing Israeli international goalkeeper Ofir Marciano on loan. Picture: Getty Images

Rumour Mill: Ofir Marciano to Hibs? | Warburton laughs off van Persie link | UEFA throw out Griffiths ban bid

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BA owner IAG is revisiting plans for growth amid Brexit turbulence. Picture: Getty Images

BA owner IAG revisits growth plans amid Brexit uncertainty

Transport 2
Partner Elizabeth Roper is delighted at the project. Picture: Contributed

New biotech venture launched to focus on diseases like dementia

Tech 1

North Sea oil workers announce new 48-hour strike

News 2

Diageo shrugs off Brexit threat as profits rise

Retail

Weir Group set for change as boss Keith Cochrane steps down

Companies

3,000 more jobs and 200 more branches to go at Lloyds Bank

Financial 5
Game Of Thrones  Rose Leslie as Ygritte. Picture: Contributed

Game of Thrones helps Sky leap to £8.3bn in revenues

News
The PYO is an ensemble defined by cultural identity. Picture: Contributed

Classical review: Palestine Youth Orchestra, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Music
The feelgood funk of the Average White Band has a timeless appeal despite its roots in the early 70s. Picture: Contributed

Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival: Average White Band | James Taylor Quartet

Music
The Pleasance Courtyard, one of Edinburgh's most popular Fringe venues. Picture: Pleasance Theatre Trust

Edinburgh Festival Fringe: 10 key venues

Theatre
Looking for a bolthole in the capital during August can be a challenge - but plenty of options remain. Picture: Steven Scott Taylor

Edinburgh Festivals: Where to look for last-minute accommodation

Homes & Gardens