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Theresa May ‘rules out indyref2’ ahead of Brexit talks

Politics 120

Majority of British public believe parliament is sexist

A clear majority of people believe British politics is sexist, a new poll has found.

News 2
Scotland is becoming a more tolerant place according to a recent study. Picture.

Scotland becoming a more tolerant place according to study

News 15

Jackie McNamara convicted of fare dodging on Edinburgh service

Former Celtic defender and Dundee Utd manager Jackie McNamara has been convicted of fare dodging on a Edinburgh to York train.

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George Galloway. Picture: TSPL

George Galloway targets Natalie McGarry’s seat

News 29

SNP MP Steven Paterson repays £40 he claimed for dog care

Politics 87

18 amazing images of the Northern Lights over Scotland

Environment 5

Video: first trailer of BBC comedy Still Game released

News 4
Heavy showers
Gloria Macleod with her daughters. Picture: Iain Ferguson/Contributed

MP fights to save Highland mum-of-two from deportation

News 23
Police confirmed that shots were fired in an operation. Picture; John Devlin

Police confirm shots fired in Glasgow operation

News 3

Bill Jamieson: Good news - the world has not ended

Bill Jamieson
Bill Jamieson
Team USA's Patrick Reed celebrat evictory over  Henrik Stenson and Justin Rose during the first day  at Hazeltine. Picture: Thomas J. Russo

Arnold Palmer the inspiration as America take early lead

Patrick Reed fist pumps USA team-mate Jordan Spieth during their foursomes victory against Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson at Hazeltine. Picture: AP Photo/David J. Phillip

Ryder Cup foursomes: Match by match

Neil Lennon had been aware of rumours for a 'long, long time'. Picture: SNS.

Hibs’ Neil Lennon urges a clean-up in footballl

Sam Nicholsons shot is on its way to the Motherwell net, with the aid of a deflection. Picture: SNS.

Motherwell 1 – 3 Hearts: Callum Paterson goal grabs second spot


Robbie Neilson relieved as Hearts find goal touch at Motherwell


Connacht 28-15 Edinburgh: Duncan Hodge makes losing start

Rugby union

Rangers ‘still aim to be challenging at the top’

Rangers 37
James Maddison crashed in a terrific free-kick in the last minute of Sunday's win over Rangers. Picture: PA

McGinn not ready to hand over free-kick duties to Maddison

Aberdeen 2
The British Chambers of Commerce said many firms would have to cut staff as the living wage rises. Picture: John Devlin

Firms plan to trim hiring as living wage costs rise

Window cleaners at work on the Commerzbank building in Frankfurt. The bank is to axe 9,600 jobs over the next four years and scrap its dividend in a bid to boost profits. Picture: Michael Probst/AP

Scottish business wire: Living wage | Iomart | RBS

Companies 15
NFU Scotland chief executive Scott Walker said the latest error would further undermine farmers' confidence. Picture: Contributed

Fresh fiasco as farm loan offers use wrong information

Farming 11

Donald Macdonald: Collaboration key for food and drink


RBS to complete high street ring-fencing in 2018


Bank IT systems leaving customers ‘exposed’, MP warns

Financial 2

Arnold Clark drives up turnover to record levels

Iomart boss Angus MacSween said the firm has a 'good stream' of acquisition opportunities. Picture: Peter Devlin

Iomart eyes profit rise amid ‘strong’ cloud demand

The Kintail battle of glenshiel walk. Picture: National Trust for Scotland

National Trust to launch week of walks in Wester Ross with ‘Walktober’

Drumcharry House, by Fortingall. Picture: Contributed

Highland mansion with 69 rooms on the market for just £550k

Homes & Gardens

Drone footage reveals Enchanted Forest in all its shimmering glory

Outdoors 3
A cyclist tries out a new cycle path in George Street, Edinburgh. Picture: Toby Williams/JP Resell

Which Scottish city will be the most cycle-friendly by 2020?

Transport 13