The Scotsman

Sturgeon says second independence vote still on the table post-Brexit

Politics 112

Natalie McGarry MP charged with alleged fraud offences

The former SNP MP Natalie McGarry has been charged in connection with alleged fraud offences involving a five figure sum.

Picture: JP

Scottish cycling rates fall despite hopes for big increase

Transport 5

Scott Macnab: Time to look at the facts on fracking

Political leaders must pay greater heed to hard scientific evidence on this powderkeg issue, writes Scott Macnab

Opinion 12
Diageo closed the Johnnie Walker plant in 2012. Picture: Phil Wilkinson

Diageo offers to give away former Kilmarnock plant

Companies 1

Kezia Dugdale secures new powers for Scottish Labour with NEC seat

UK 19

Sturgeon to hail future of steel as Dalzell reopens

News 6

Number of Scots in rented homes has tripled over 16 years

News 7
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Rio gold Medallist, Dan Wallace in Edinburgh ahead of tomorrow's Olympic Homecoming receptions

Edinburgh celebrations planned for GB’s Rio heroes

Vale of Leven Hospital, Alexandra is one of the hospitals to be discussed. Picture by Donald MacLeod

Labour to “call-in” health board proposals in Holyrood debate

News 1

Martyn McLaughlin: Disdain for truth is not enough to undermine Trump

Martyn McLaughlin
Martyn McLaughlin
Mark Warburton was unhappy with referee John Beaton's decision to award Aberdeen a late free-kick. Picture: SNS

Rumour Mill: Mark Warburton SFA charge | Aberdeen-Rangers ref given Europa tie | Brendan Rodgers’ mistake

Premiership 24
Dorus de Vries keeps an eye on Celtic's Craig Gordon in training. Picture: Craig Williamson/SNS

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers: I dropped Craig Gordon too soon

Celtic 8
Scott Brown insists Celtic have to get up close and personal with their Champions League opponents. Picture: Getty

Celtic ‘can’t stand off’ Manchester City

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola enters the pre-match press conference at Celtic Park. Picture: SNS Group

Pep Guardiola relishing Celtic Park experience

Football 7

Sam Allardyce leaves England job ‘by mutual consent’

Football 35

Ian Wright slams ‘vile’ Old Firm derby and ‘pro-Rangers’ media

Celtic 61

Brendan Rogers inspired by the ‘power’ of Celtic Park

Celtic 6

Damien Hoyland raring to go for Edinburgh after injury woe

Rugby union
Duncan Weir underwent surgery on Sunday

Edinburgh stand-off Weir set to miss Autumn Tests after breaking jaw

Rugby union 3
Diageo closed the Johnnie Walker plant in 2012. Picture: Phil Wilkinson

Diageo offers to give away former Kilmarnock plant

Companies 1
RBS warned of further hits from toxic mortgage securities. Picture: John Devlin

RBS to pay out £846m over toxic mortgage securities

Sainsbury's boss Mike Coupe said the market looks set to remain competitive. Picture: Sainsbury's/PA Wire

Sainsbury’s sales suffer amid supermarket price war

AG Barr said about 90 jobs will be lost under the shake-up. Picture: Robert Perry

Irn-Bru maker to axe 90 jobs as sales lose fizz

Retail 3

House of Fraser tackles tough trading

Retail 1

Little hint of agreement on rural future post-Brexit


Pig producers confident of addressing antibiotics fears


Scottish business wire: Irn-Bru | Aldi | Harper Macleod

Companies 15
From left: Matt Gammell, Dave Mullen, Marcus Pickering, Chris Thewlis and David Moore launched the Ginerosity gin at Summerhall, Edinburgh. Picture: Tina Norris

Glass raised to world's first social enterprise gin

Lifestyle 2
Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan are bringing Still Game back to the nation's TV screens for the first time in nine years.

Movie version of Still Game is ruled out by its creators

Lifestyle 9
Yellowcraig beach. Picture: Martin Burns/Flickr

Five of the best coastal walks around Edinburgh and East Lothian

Outdoors 7
Bob Dylan at a press conference in London in 1966. Picture: Getty Images

Bob Dylan 1966 Scottish gig recordings to be released