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Several wounded in Munich stabbing spree

Defence secretary Sir Michael Fallon said shipbuilding on the Clyde had more certainty than any other UK industry. Picture: PA

Michael Fallon hits out at ‘miserable’ SNP over Clyde shipyards

Politics 692
Greens co-convener Patrick Harvie says his party is leading the charge. Picture: John Devlin

Tories claim Patrick Harvie’s Green tail is wagging the SNP dog

Politics 57
Heavy rain

Theresa May told concessions needed for to trade talks with EU

Politics 7

Gary Tank Commander actor Greg McHugh opens up on anxiety battle


Police Scotland probe complaint against Royal Bank of Scotland

News 1

Video: Storm Brian’s path revealed - and it could reach Scotland

UK 2
As the Catalan independence crisis deepens tourism, which is a vital economic input for the entire region, seems little impacted. Picture: Sean Gallup/Getty Images

Catalonia tourism down 15% as images of police violence hit industry

UK 3
Edinburgh and Scotland flanker John Hardie. Picture: John Devlin/SNS

Shock ban for Scotland flanker John Hardie as autumn Tests loom

Celtic's Moussa Dembele reutrns to Hampden Park. Picture: SNS/Alan Harvey

Moussa Dembele’s star set to rise once more at Celtic

League Cup 2
Pedro Caixinha has yet to win three successive matches since taking over at Ibrox and wants to break that run  at Hampden tomorrow. Picture: SNS.

Rangers’ Pedro Caixinha picks out Louis Moult as Well danger man

Rangers 4
Anthony Stokes, centre, will be a key man for Hibs as they attempt to end Celtics record run. Picture: SNS.

Hibs’ Neil Lennon hopes to play on anxiety over Celtic record

Hibernian 1

Hearts newcomers are bonding well says Michael Smith


Craig Paterson interview: Dad came to one game - to see George Best

Motherwell 2

Richard Cockerill – Edinburgh win is there for the taking

Challenge Cup

Stuart Hogg smashes club speed test to earn a start for Glasgow

Champions Cup
Scott Jamieson hits his second on the ninth at Valderrama. Picture: Warren Little/Getty Images

Scott Jamieson one off lead in Spain as Connor Syme makes third cut


Allan Massie: Thrills and possible spills in prospect

Joyce McMillan: Are the Tories imploding over Brexit?

Opinion 59
Nicola Sturgeon

Brian Wilson: What are the SNP hiding over public project finance? Good luck with getting any answers

Opinion 288

Bill Jamieson: Are plans for Universal Income delusional?

Opinion 137
A beauty spot like Glencoe sells itself (Picture: Ian Rutherford)

Kenny MacAskill: Who needs bricks and mortar tourist offices?

Opinion 7
A Union Jack flag flies in front of the European Commission building as British Prime Minister May is due to meet European Commission President Juncker for a dinner in a bid to unblock Brexit talks ahead of a decisive EU summit this week, in Brussels on October 16, 2017.
EU leaders meeting in Brussels on October 19 and 20 are due to decide whether or not negotiators can move on to discussing post-Brexit trade ties with Britain if "sufficient progress" has been made in divorce talks. The indication from the EU side is that they will postpone their decision to a summit in December as the break-up negotiations are currently deadlocked, particularly over the multi-billion-euro exit bill the EU says Britain must pay.

Brexit ‘transition period’ losing value amid deadlock

Business 3
P and O posted strong figures

P&O Ferries posts record Q3 for lorries across the Irish Sea

UK 1
Flybe warned over profits after incurring higher-than-expected aircraft maintenance costs. Picture; PA

Flybe issues profit warning after mounting maintenance costs

Veitchi Group
Jim Preston

Veitchi has market floored with key contract wins

Companies 1

Demand sees second Jaguar Land Rover city site opened

Business 2

Former Ipsos Mori boss Mark Diffley sets up own firm


Monday interview: Eleanor Coates, senior trademark attorney

Sandy Adam, executive chairman of Springfield Properties. Picture: Dan Phillips

Aim flotation sees housebuilder raise £25m with IPO

Companies 1

John McLellan: Will start-ups match Scotsman’s staying power?

Skipness Castle, which dates from the 13th century, lies on the east coast of Kintyre. Picture: Wikicommons

Meet the ‘castle hunter’ exploring Scotland’s fortresses

People & Places

The 10 best Edinburgh restaurants according to Trip Advisor

Food and drink
Delicious Pub Food. Burgers And Glasses Of Beer On Wooden Plates

Everything You Need to Know about this weekend’s Meats and Beats Festival in Edinburgh

Food and drink

Brian Ferguson: Lights, cameras and action for Young Films

Brian Ferguson