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New Tory MP Douglas Ross slammed for anti-Traveller comment

Politics 309
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and finance secretary Derek Mackay had reason to be upbeat over the latest GERS figures. Picture: Jane Barlow/PA

Bill Jamieson: Dark clouds hidden in GERS figures

Opinion 42
Melvyn Roffe, principal of George Watsons College (pictured) in Edinburgh, said the rate change could see fees raised. Picture: TSPL

Scottish private school heads attack business rates plan

Politics 38
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1,000 skeletons found in Aberdeen to be reinterred


Tom Peterkin: Failure to tackle online abuse harms Scottish politics

Opinion 24

Kenny MacAskill: Lexit is as damaging as Brexit, and its proponents are equally deluded

Opinion 17
Rebecca Johnson from Fife who has reportedly been stabbed to death by her boyfriend in Lapland

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Lapland killer says he can’t remember attacking Scots girlfriend

News 1
Graeme Souness believes Celtic's weakness will be exposed at the Champions League level. Picture: Neil Doig

Graeme Souness: Celtic are weak, and Champions League will prove this

Celtic 35

Rumour Mill: Rangers may cool Walker interest | Celtic ‘could get £50m for Tierney’ | Buffon wants Celtic draw

Premiership 50
Gianluigi Buffon wants to experience the Celtic Park atmosphere one final time. Picture: Getty

Gianluigi Buffon eyes Celtic draw for ‘electric’ Parkhead atmosphere

Kieran Tierney in action for Celtic against Astana. Picture: SNS

John Hartson: Celtic could get £50m for Kieran Tierney next year


Leigh Griffiths: Celtic fans sick of Barcelona, we want Real Madrid

Celtic 2

Fear Scotland could lose Manchester United’s Scott McTominay

Scotland 3

Oliver Burke will join Scots U21 squad with a point to prove

Scotland 1

Richard Cockerill set to give youth a chance at Edinburgh captaincy

Rugby union 1

Kevin Thomson: Anthony Stokes’ only enemy is himself

An artist's impression of the St Enoch Centre's revamped Argyle Street stores. Picture: Contributed

Glasgow’s St Enoch Centre plans Argyle Street revamp

Nucleus chief executive David Ferguson. Picture: Jane Barlow

Nucleus investors share first payout after bumper year

Macfarlane saw its first-half profits motor ahead almost 27%. Picture: Contributed

Profits surge at Glasgow packaging group Macfarlane


David Alexander: Edinburgh needs to tackle sub-lets scourge

Markets Economy

Lloyds backs scheme to help improve digital skills


Scottish growers could cash in on green biofuel crisis


Gluten-free brewer Bellfield toasts £430,000 fundraising

Minerva Lending director Ross Andrews. Picture: Contributed

Investors put trust in human touch over ‘robo-advice’


Bill Jamieson: Is investing success due to luck or judgment?

Bill Jamieson
Ayesha Hazariki's Edinburgh Fringe 2017 show

Ayesha Hazarika: Eagerly-awaited Fringe frenzy solo show left me in a right old cankle

Opinion 1
Arnold Schwarzenegger at a photocall for Wonders of the Sea 3D during the 70th annual Cannes Film Festival PIC: Antony Jones/Getty Images

Interview: Arnold Schwarzenegger on making Wonders of the Sea and turning 70

Snow from atop the UK's highest mountain (pictured) has melted. Picture: Contributed

Ben Nevis completely snow free for first time in over a decade

Margot Robbie is virtually unrecognisable in character as Queen Elizabeth I. Picture: Twitter/badpostsmargot

New images show Margot Robbie in Mary Queen of Scots film


Brian Ferguson: Fringe workers deserve fair wage for their work

Brian Ferguson