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Parents paying £121k more to get into ‘right’ school catchment

Education 51
Catalan ministers march in support of the referendum, which has been ruled illegal by Spains constitutional court. Picture: Getty Images

Scott Macnab: Catalan struggle not a priority for Scots

Opinion 75
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Ryanair passengers who re-booked flights pay again for extras

Transport 2

Irn-Bru makers launch probe after exploding can frightens dog

Odd 3

Edinburgh trams inquiry: Councillors not told of price rise

Transport 6

Bid to conserve Caledonian Forest ‘at risk of failing’

Yahyah Farroukh - who has been named as the second man arrested over the Parsons Green bombings - pictured on a ferry.
It has beenclaimed that this was taken on the Bute ferry

Scots-based family say London terror suspect is ‘good guy’

Politics 60
Daily Mile founder Elaine Wyllie, left, and sports minister Aileen Campbell, centre, with ScottishPower staff enjoying their Daily Mile. Picture: John Devlin

Bid to make Scotland a ‘Daily Mile nation’ after pupil scheme

News 12
Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon in training for the Betfred Cup quarter-final with Dundee. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Craig Gordon accuses Chris Sutton of a campaign against him

Celtic 9

Rumour Mill: Rangers injury crisis? | Gordon blasts Sutton | Rodgers’ warning over Ralston

Celtic 76
Hibernian's last trip to Hampden ended in a 3-2 defeat to Aberdeen - but Neil Lennon's men are heading back to G42 for the 21st time since the year 2000. Picture: John Devlin

Hibs set to make 21st appearance at Hampden since 2000


Hamilton’s David Templeton out for 4-6 weeks after fracturing foot

Hamilton Accies

Pedro Caixinha: Ross McCrorie is Scotland’s future at centre-back

Rangers 6

Partick Thistle 1 - 3 Rangers (AET): Gers made to wait for semi-final

League Cup 5

Hibs 3 - 2 Livingston: Hibs survive lower league scare

League Cup 6
Rangers' Ryan Jack (right) competes with Conor Sammon. Picture: SNS

Partick Thistle 1 - 3 Rangers (AET): How players rated on each side

Premiership 14

Five things we learned from Partick Thistle 1 - 3 Rangers

Craig Fowler

Leader comment: Daily Mile should be for all

Catalan ministers march in support of the referendum, which has been ruled illegal by Spains constitutional court. Picture: Getty Images

Scott Macnab: Catalan struggle not a priority for Scots

Opinion 75
Boris Johnson prepares to board the Vote Leave campaign bus, complete with the slogan claiming Brexit would boost NHS coffers by �350m a week. Picture: PA

Ayesha Hazarika: If it’s too good to be true it probably is, whatever the Boris bus says

Opinion 7
A queen awaiting her fate: The QE2 is languising in dock in Dubai, with no sign of any decision on what, or where, her future will be. Picture: Getty Images

Martyn McLaughlin: Dubai yet to make good on promises for a queen now in exile

Opinion 1
The attack on commuters at Parsons Green underground station prompted US President Donald Trump to point the finger at the internet as the "main recruitment tool" of terrorists.

Chris Marshall: Painful truth about the internet and terror

Opinion 1
Glencairn's project would include housing and commercial space. Picture: Contributed

Plans revealed for canalside development in Edinburgh

iMultiply chief Kirsty Mackenzie with advisory board member George Elliott, left, and chairman John Anderson. Picture: Stewart Attwood

Recruitment specialist iMultiply eyes more takeovers

Administrate chief executive John Peebles. Picture: Contributed

Training software developer Administrate inks US deals


NFU Scotland maps out its top post-Brexit priorities

Farming 7

KPMG cleared of wrongdoing after probe into HBOS audit

Financial 3

Ineos tycoon Jim Ratcliffe seeks UK subsidy for new 4x4

News 1

Jim Duffy: Two’s company to help start-ups achieve success

Alvise Boniver Conte, left, with Ian Angus Mackenzie. Picture: Contributed

Harris Tweed specialist sews up deal with Italian giant


Martin Flanagan: KPMG cleared of failing to twig HBOS woes

Martin Flanagan
The Cutty Sark in her custom-built dry dock in Greenwich. The ship was built in Dumbarton in 1869 and last sailed in 1938. Picture: Wikipedia

Seven of the most famous ships built on the River Clyde

One of the letters packed into the rocket on the Scarp to Harris test in 1934. PIC: Museum na Eilean.

The experiment to deliver letters by rocket in the Hebrides

The snow patch, nicknamed Sphinx, is set to melt for only the sixth time in 300 years. Picture: Contributed

Scotland’s longest lying patch of snow set to disappear

Tom Forsyth has stayed on a croft on the remote settlement of Scoraig in Wester Ross since 1964. He is pictured here in 2010. PIC: TSPL/Ian Rutherford

5 alternative communities of Scotland

News 2

Brian Ferguson: Littlejohn hopes dream can come true with Sleep in the Park

Brian Ferguson