The Scotsman

Nicola Sturgeon ‘frustrated’ after Theresa May Brexit talks

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Edinburgh University principal in ‘catastrophic’ Brexit warning

The potential impact of Brexit on higher education “ranges from bad, to awful, to catastrophic”, the principal of Edinburgh University has warned.

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Dreamworld in Australia

Four killed on river rapid ride at Dreamworld, Australia


Crime writer Graeme Macrae Burnet hits out over library cuts

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The residents of Cables Wynd in 1924. Picture: Edinburgh University Centre for Research Collections/Fraser Parkinson

‘Fascinating’ photographic archive of 1920s Leith published online

People & Places 7

Car driven at police officers in Glasgow murder attempt

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Could federalism offer a future for Scotland in the UK?

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Concerns raised over use of medical history in rape trials

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Fuel Poverty in Scotland forces many Scots to choose between heating and other essentials.

Fuel poverty plans unveiled as deadline to solve problem looms

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British Prime Minister Theresa May should give the Brexit vote as much respect as a public poll that named an arctic research ship, Boaty McBoatface, a Labour MP claimed. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)

Brexit vote like Boaty McBoatface poll, says Labour MP

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Brian Monteith: Why indyref 2 bill is just not fair

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Brian Monteith
Mark Warburton saw his side lose to Celtic for the second game in a row. Picture: John Devlin

Rangers must not ‘spend recklessly’ to catch Celtic

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Erik Sviatchenko celebrates Celtic's victory over Rangers in the Betfred Cup semi-final at Hampden. Picture: Getty Images

Erik Sviatchenko says Celtic fitness key to win over Rangers

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Celtic's Scott Sinclair, right, is tackled by Lee Wallace inside the penalty area at Hampden on Sunday.

Scott Sinclair: ‘I could have hit hat-trick on another day’

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Derek McInnes salutes the 12,000-plus Aberdeen supporters after his sides Betfred Cup semi-final win over Morton at Hampden. Picture: Michael Steele/Getty Images

‘A disgrace’ if Aberdeen don’t get 50-50 split with Celtic

Aberdeen 9

Jack Hamilton out to improve skills to become sweeper-keeper

Premiership 1

Livingston ordered to replay Irn-Bru Cup game

Football 3

SFA did not discuss sacking Strachan says Stewart Regan

Scotland 4

Clubs need to take ‘a bit of responsibility’ - SRU president

Club Rugby 1
The par-3, 17th hole (right) and par-4 18th, leading to the clubhouse with the greens on the par-3 2nd (bottom left) and par-4 16th (below) on the Queens Course at Gleneagles.  Picture: David Cannon/Getty Images

Comment: Martin Dempster says Queen’s at Gleneagles is a gem

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BHS is among the names to have disappeared from the high street. Picture: Greg Macvean

Fears for high street as store closures accelerate

Graham Barnet, chief executive of Sigma Capital. Picture: Paul Dodds

Edinburgh’s Sigma Capital launches £39m Liverpool scheme

Edinburgh Research & Innovation hailed the 'exciting breakthrough' with Merck. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Licensing deal to give Merck access to Scots innovation


Brexit depresses value of flotations to four-year low


Change at the top for Scottish Friendly


Monday interview: Brett Simpson, chief executive of Low & Bonar

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Between the Lines: In pursuit of authenticity

The picture of the spooky Brocken Spectre was captured on one of Arran's hills. Picture: Arran Mountain Rescue Team

Arran mountaineer captures stunning photo of a Brocken Spectre

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The Burrell Collection, Glasgow. Picture: Robert Perry

Glasgow’s Burrell Collection to close for £60m facelift

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Brian Ferguson: Paisley’s City of Culture bid is impressive stuff

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Ian Rankin says he can't 'bump off' Rebus. Picture: Jane Barlow

Ian Rankin: ‘I can’t imagine killing off Rebus’

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