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Kezia Dugdale’s I’m A Celebrity decision dubbed ‘utterly ludicrous’

News 136
First snow of the season is expected overnight. Picture: Toby Williams

Scotland’s weather: First winter snowfall to hit Edinburgh and Glasgow

News 18
Researchers say so-called Twitter bots - believed to be Russian - sent out 400,000 messages about independence issues in an 18-month period. Picture: Various

Fake Twitter accounts sent 400,000 indyref2 messages

News 289
Heavy rain

Scottish Government ‘undermined expert evidence’ over Named Person

Politics 491

Robert Mugabe removed as leader of Zimbabwe’s ruling party

Politics 30

Skye band to create score for choreographed Edinburgh Hogmanay fireworks

Music 27

Richard Leonard vows to unite Scottish Labour with socialist agenda

Politics 82
Anyone re-using apparently unmarked stamps will now infuriate their recipients. Photograph: John Devlin

How the Royal Mail has stamp penny-pinchers beat this Christmas

Business 39
Edinburgh's Christmas welcomed over 370,000 people over the weekend. Picture: Contributed

Edinburgh’s Christmas begins with Light Night extravaganza

News 2
Kris Doolan celebrates his late equaliser for Partick Thistle. Picture: SNS

Hearts 1 - 1 Partick Thistle: New stand but same old story

Premiership 5
The match gets underway under the floodlights from the new main stand. Picture: SNS

New Hearts stand free of creaks but plenty of groans by fans


Rumour Mill: Chris Coleman ‘turned down Rangers’ | West Brom to hijack Scotland’s move for O’Neill | Murty unsure of position

Premiership 849

Scotland 17 - 22 New Zealand: Scots impress but Kiwi class tells

Scotland 43

Ross County 0 - 1 Celtic: Griffiths wonder free-kick secures win

Premiership 5

Murrayfield hails Doddie Weir ahead of All Blacks Test match

Scotland 2
Roy Laidlaw near his home in the Borders. Picture: Scott Louden

Interview: Roy Laidlaw on his Scotland career and rugby family

Scotland 1

Five things we learned from Ross County 0 - 1 Celtic

The era of cheap booze is coming to an end – at last

News 186

Brian Wilson: Fundamentalists forced ‘bonkers’ Brexit deadline on May

Opinion 42
A stark warning from history, delivered by Will Young and Louise Rednapp, in the musical Cabaret

Joyce McMillan: The rise of the far-right in Europe is no Cabaret, old chum

Opinion 24
A copy of the railplane poster is displayed at Milngavie Station. Picture: NRM Pictorial Collection

Alastair Dalton: Inventor’s anniversary points us to the future

Opinion 5
Scott Hastings presents a Radio Forth Award for services to sport to Doddie Weir (Picture: Ian Georgeson)

Leader comment: Our love for Doddie, a giant among us all

Opinion 1
The new electric lorry. (Tesla via AP)

Tesla reveals electric lorry to revolutionise haulage

Business 11
Tesco Ellon

Tesco wins provisional green light for £3.7bn Booker deal


FirstGroup swings to loss but eyeing return to dividend

News 1

Scotframe to become part of global giant Saint-Gobain

Companies 2

Martin Flanagan: Nothing to suggest rate rise was wrong

A former Facebook President spoke out about the network last week

Jim Duffy: Embrace the joy of missing out on social media

Business 4

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

IRVINE, CA - SEPTEMBER 12:  Taco Bell restaurant in Orange County, California.  (Photo by Joshua Blanchard/Getty Images for Taco Bell)

Taco Bell: what is it and why do Americans love it?

Food & Drink

First bottles drawn from Annandale Whisky Distillery after restoration project

Food & Drink
The new track will be built in Knightswood in north-west Glasgow. Picture: Glasgow City Council

Glasgow to open Scotland’s first Olympic-standard BMX bike track

Hovercraft at Finnart, Loch Long, 1965. Picture: TSPL

The story of Scotland’s hovercraft and why they failed

The Who in 1965 - the same year they pitched up in Elgin following the release of My Generation. PIC:

When The Who’s Keith Moon was kicked out a cafe in Elgin

Lifestyle 2

Brian Ferguson: Radical thinking required for Royal Mile

Brian Ferguson