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Barcelona attack: Two arrested after 13 people killed, 80 injured

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Barcelona attack: Nicola Sturgeon expresses support for victims

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Revived ‘Named Person’ plans still won't work, warn legal chiefs

Politics 74

Nicola Sturgeon to make history with Glasgow Pride speech

Glasgow 291

Jo Swinson ‘faces questions’ over general election expenses

Politics 25

Scots firms ‘named and shamed’ for not paying minimum wage

Politics 22
There are warnings of localised flooding in parts of the country. Picture: John Devlin

Scotland’s weather: Rain warning for Highlands, islands and Grampian

Environment 2
Neil Lennon, right, was criticised by the Rangers supporters' group for his celebrations at Ibrox. Picture: SNS

Hibs boss Neil Lennon hits out at Rangers match fall-out

Hibernian 68
Catriona Matthew signs autographs during yesterdays practice day at De Moines. Picture: Getty.

Coach Craggs says Europe are set to upset odds in Solheim Cup

Golf
Celtic's Tom Rogic, right, and Astana's Yuri Logvinenko on the pitch after a clash of heads. Picture: SNS

Why the referee didn’t stop play before Celtic’s third against Astana

Celtic 9
Ryan Jack was sent off for clashing with Hibs striker Anthony Stokes. Picture: SNS

Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack wins appeal against red card

Rangers 21

Gregor Townsend calls up seven uncapped for Scotland get-together

Scotland 1

Why video replay won’t rid Scottish football of refereeing controversy

Premiership 1

Esmael Goncalves free to face Rangers after winning red card appeal

Hearts 3

Pedro Caixinha preparing Rangers squad for ‘bad refereeing’

Rangers 29
Martin Tyler. Picture: Getty

Legendary commentator Martin Tyler refers to Rangers as ‘new club’

Premiership 67

Why video replay won’t rid Scottish football of refereeing controversy

Craig Fowler
Asda's sales were boosted by a bumper Easter. Picture: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

Asda cheers first quarterly sales rise in three years

Retail
Royal London chief executive Phil Loney. Picture: Contributed

Royal London raises fears over rush to access pensions

Financial 1
All five turbines are now in place for the Hywind Scotland project. Picture: Statoil

Final turbine arrives for Scotland’s floating wind farm

News 2
ZoneFox chief executive Jamie Graves. Picture: Contributed

New Edinburgh base for cyber-security firm ZoneFox

Tech

British banks ‘behind schedule’ in post-Brexit preparations

Financial 4

Clyde Space reaches for the stars with latest contract

Tech

Lookers profits go into reverse as car market ‘softens’

Companies 1
Pig farms could benefit under 'most favoured nation' tariff rules. Picture: Kimberley Powell

Post-Brexit trade deals a mixed bag for farming sectors

Farming 5

Martin Flanagan: PwC fine shows auditors are in firing line

Martin Flanagan
Edinburgh Fringe performers perform a scene from their production of Peer Gynt on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, as the main festival season officially gets under way in a landmark year in the cultural life of the city. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Friday August 4, 2017. See PA story ARTS Festival. Photo credit should read: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Most bizarre shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

News
Elvis. Picture: AP

Remembering Elvis in Scotland on 40th anniversary of his death

News
Mousa Broch, in Shetland, is the best preserved of the 500 brochs found across the north of Scotland. Picture: Wikicommons

Caithness digs deep to discover secrets of its brochs

Tech

Brian Ferguson: Edinburgh’s Festivals should seriously consider starting in July