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Storm Ophelia: Fife - Edinburgh ScotRail services suspended

Transport 4
SNP home affairs spokeswoman Joanna Cherry could face a battle to hold on to her seat. Picture: Jane Barlow

SNP big guns face losing seats under shake-up of boundaries

Politics 157

Storm Ophelia: Nearly 50 flights from Scotland cancelled

News 3
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Tory MSP under fire after paying his own firm from public cash

Politics 144

Paris Gourtsoyannis: How Brexit could be over by Christmas

Politics 85

SNP economic group to ‘recommend creation of Scottish pound’

Politics 961

Darren McGarvey: Taking stock of the crisis in masculinity

Opinion 1
Paolo Nutini will be teaching songwriting at the University of the West of Scotland.

Singing star Paolo Nutini to become a university tutor

Celebrity 1

Storm Ophelia: why is the sky yellow?

News 12
Alan Pardew, left, was a big fan of Virgil van Dijk and wanted to sign him for Newcastle. Picture: Getty Images

Alan Pardew on why Newcastle didn’t sign Virgil van Dijk from Celtic


Rumour Mill: Aston Villa eye Morelos | Rodgers blocked De Vries exit | Joe Lewis a wanted man

Rangers 72
Alex McLeish has the best win ratio of any Scotland manager after seven victories from ten games in 2007. Picture: SNS.

Alex McLeish: ‘I’m a better manager now’ since Scotland stint

Scotland 8
Patrick Roberts celebrates making it 2-0 for Celtic against Anderlecht.

Patrick Roberts: I came back to play in games like this

Celtic 1

Steve Clarke embarks on a proving mission at Kilmarnock

Kilmarnock 1

Leeds ‘tried to sign Jorge Cadete from Celtic for £9m’

Celtic 9

Graeme Morrison: Glasgow failure at Exeter was missed opportunity

Guinness Pro12

Lesley Riddoch: Brexit crisis more calamitous than most imagine

Opinion 416
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced that she will establish a state-owned not-for-profit energy company to cut the bills of Scottish consumers. Picture: John Devlin

Brian Monteith: Nicola Surgeon’s state energy company will never fly

Opinion 575
Private, public and third sectors in Diffleys sights

Former Ipsos Mori boss Mark Diffley sets up own firm

Elaenor Coates. Picture: Iain McLean

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

On the move: Latest appointments and promotions


VisitScotland to shut 60% of tourist information offices

Travel 109

IMF raises growth forecast for all advanced economies except UK

Management 18

Jobs help urged as BAE systems set to announce cuts

Picture: Steven Taylor

Liberty House buys Livingston firm Shand Cycles

Companies 1

Bill Jamieson: A new market peak – but where’s the euphoria?

Bill Jamieson
Paolo Nutini will be teaching songwriting at the University of the West of Scotland.

Singing star Paolo Nutini to become a university tutor

The Cauldron, Grangemouth, by George Robertson. Picture Photo: George Robertson/PA Wire

Urban views of Scotland win VisitBritain landscape photography awards

Alice Blackwell of the National Museum of Scotland with some of the surviving silver chains on show together for the first time. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Silver treasure spanning 1,000 years to sparkle at National Museum

People & Places

Brian Ferguson: Lights, cameras and action for Young Films

Brian Ferguson