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Philip Hammond accused of RBS fire sale to pay for Brexit

Politics 47
Kezia Dugdale feeds a kangaroo at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary in Australia ahead of her I'm a Celebrity debut. Picture: Contributed

Kezia Dugdale says politics is ‘her life’ ahead of I’m A Celebrity debut


Budget 2017: Tax break for faltering North Sea oil industry

Politics 5
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Budget 2017: Call for income tax rise in Scotland to be ditched

Politics 423

Budget 2017: Chancellor touts £2bn ‘extra’ for Scotland

News 639

Budget 2017: What does the budget mean for Scotland?

Politics 7

Budget 2017: Key points at a glance

News 11
Liam Gallagher will perform at Glasgow Green in June. Picture: PA

Liam Gallagher to headline Glasgow's TRNSMT festival

Snow is set to hit Scotland. Picture: Peter Jolly.

Weather warnings across Scotland as snow set to hit

News 6
Leigh Griffiths congratulates Neymar after the match. Picture: Getty Images

Paris St-Germain 7-1 Celtic: PSG run riot as gap in quality shows

Patrick Twumasi in action for Astana at Parkhead. Twumasi scored a double in the second leg as Astana won 4-3 but exited on aggregate. Picture: SNS Group

Celtic linked with Astana striker, could make bid in January


Should Rangers bring Carlos Pena back in from the cold?

Rangers 10

Australia fume after pitch mix-up disrupts training session


Youssouf Mulumbu joins Kilmarnock on deal until end of season


Scotland make four changes for autumn Test clash with Australia

Scotland 4

Motherwell star Chris Cadden: I don’t buy into Celtic hype

Celtic 7

Rumour Mill: Craig Whyte book | Neymar denies Celtic vendetta | Rangers star to get new deal

Premiership 814
Craig Whyte is reportedly looking to sell a book idea to publishers. Picture: John Devlin

‘Craig Whyte book’ to lift lid on corruption and scandal in football

Rangers 27

Five reasons for Falkirk’s dreadful 2017/18 campaign so far

Craig Fowler

Martyn McLaughlin: Kezia’s hardest task in jungle isn’t what you think

Opinion 6
Sureshini Sanders with her baby nephew Danny, who died aged 23.

Dr Sureshini Sanders: We need to talk about death and grief

Nicola Sturgeon with Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood (centre), and Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas (left) near a statue of the leading suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst (Picture: AFP/Getty Images)

Ruth Davidson column: Women must seize power after sexual harassment scandal

Opinion 200
Richard Leonard told the 'honest truth' that he was an England fan (Picture: John Devlin)

Leader comment: Is Scotland ready for England fan as First Minister?

Opinion 63
Poverty-stricken Govanhill has been at the centre of child abuse claims. Picture: John Devlin

Darren McGarvey: The defamation of Govanhill is lazy moral posturing

Opinion 521
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How big data is being used to tackle chronic disease in Scotland

Ineos owns the Grangemouth refinery. Picture: Michael Gillen

Ineos flexes muscles with fresh North Sea takeover

An oil rig. Picture: SWNS

BP sells interest in North Sea assets in £300m deal

Nick Freer of Founding Partners

Nick Freer: Don’t let sky-high valuations dominate thinking


Tesla reveals electric lorry to revolutionise haulage

Business 20

Tesco wins provisional green light for £3.7bn Booker deal

A First Bus. Picture: Contributed.

FirstGroup swings to loss but eyeing return to dividend

News 1

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

Revamped Edinburgh establishment named as ‘Bar of the Year’ in UK competition

Food and Drink

Top five places in Scotland for a St Andrew’s Day meal

Food & Drink
Liam Gallagher will perform at Glasgow Green in June. Picture: PA

Liam Gallagher to headline Glasgow's TRNSMT festival

Alexander McCall Smith has agreed to create the operetta to support fundraising efforts by colleagues at the Faculty of Advocates.

Alexander McCall Smith writes operetta inspired by child slavery case

"Brandon Flowers sounded like someone doing Killers karaoke in a faraway recalcitrant dodgem car." PIC: Rob Loud

Music review: The Killers, Hydro, Glasgow

The Great Fire of Edinburgh lasted for five days and destroyed many historic buildings on the Royal Mile. Picture: Wikimedia Commons

How the Great Fire of Edinburgh helped create the modern fire service


Brian Ferguson: Radical thinking required for Royal Mile

Brian Ferguson