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Martyn McLaughlin: Lost Glasgow Facebook page taps into city’s timeless past

Opinion
Detail of how the Battle Stone at Aberlemno may have looked is colour had been used by the Picts to enhance the stonework. PIC: Historic Environment Scotland.

Scotland’s Pictish stones like you have never seen before

News
Russell Brand has been handed one of the key slots at the annual Edinburgh TV Festival in August.

Russell Brand to get key slot at Edinburgh TV Festival

Lifestyle

Peat: the past and future of a Highland lifeline

News

Music review: The Stone Roses at Hampden Park

Music

Brian Ferguson: Leith Theatre is a gem of a venue

Brian Ferguson
Monkey business in the rainforest, Costa Rica. Picture Gareth Moore

Travel: Costa Rica

News
Ava Wright, 4, from Edinburgh, hanging out with penguines in front of a real iceberg at Dynamic Earth. Picture: Lesley Martin/Contributed

Edinburgh’s Dynamic Earth keeping it cool this summer

News
Edinburgh Bus Tours launch with Tattoo drummers in the Grassmarket. Picture: Steven Scott Taylor

Richard Hall: Edinburgh buses driving a thriving tourist sector

Opinion 2

Travel: Sealladh na Beinne, North Ballachulish, Lochaber

News
Sacred Paws duo Rachel Aggs and Eilidh Rodgers won the Scottish Album of the Year Award with their debut, Strike A Match.

Pop duo Sacred Paws win Scottish Album of the Year Award

Lifestyle
From left: Ansel Elgort as Baby, Jamie Foxx at Bats, Eiza Gonzalez as Darling and John Hamm as Buddy in the brilliant Baby Driver

Film reviews: Baby Driver | Okja | Wilson

Film

New look for historic Edinburgh University student union

Lifestyle 15

Russell Brand to get key slot at Edinburgh TV Festival

Lifestyle 1

Paddington bear creator Michael Bond dies aged 91

UK 1

Theatre review: Edinburgh International Children’s Festival

Theatre

Ed Sheeran announces gig at Hampden Park

Glasgow 1

Xbox One X: Microsoft unveils ‘worlds most powerful’ 4K games console

News
Research on students playing video games suggests they may help with a range of skills useful in the workplace.

Video games may boost brain power and job prospects

Tech 1
Insomnia X Resonate is billed as Scotland's biggest ever gaming event. Picture: Contributed

Scotland’s ‘biggest ever’ gaming festival heading to Glasgow

Tech
Games studio ImmersiveMinds spent more than 125 hours to make the scale map

St Kilda recreated in Minecraft to mark World Heritage Day

Tech 1
Learner drivers are to be tested on sat nav technology. Pic: JP

Sat navs to form part of new driving test

News 14
Luke and Hazel Robertson plan to kayak a total of 700 miles, cycle 650 miles, then run 550 miles as cross the frozen Alaskan wilderness

Scots couple in ‘world-first’ bid to cross Alaska

UK 2
Exercise classes are just one way to improve the lives of elderly people   but councils could do much more by looking at the services they provide and making changes in many areas of care

Keith Robson: Don’t forget the old when you vote

Opinion 3
Martin Gillespie has been the lead piper with Skerryvore since helping to form the band in Tiree in 2005.

Scots piping star's secret five-year battle with medical condition

News 1
The exercise obtained from getting on your bike has significant health benefits.

Kevan Christie: Cycling is healthy but it does carry other risks

Opinion 2

Olympic champion Callum Skinner in plea over stolen bikes

News

David Tennant closes Glasgow Film Festival with RD Laing biopic

Lifestyle

5 growing exercise trends to look out for in 2017

News

Real-life concerns of scientists inspire Val McDermid drama on deadly outbreak

Lifestyle
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JANET CHRISTIE ,  MAGAZINE WRITER

Mum’s the word: Pared down pear tree lights up the season of goodwill

News
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JANET CHRISTIE ,  MAGAZINE WRITER

When did the generation gap disappear?

News
A survey found that just 33 per cent of people say they enjoy hosting guests. Picture: Sean Bell

Jane Bradley: Friends and family can be house guests from hell

Opinion
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JANET CHRISTIE ,  MAGAZINE WRITER

The politics of sibling rivalry

News
Same-sex marriages will drive away some worshippers but should also bring back those who have felt discriminated against. Picture: Getty/iStockphoto

Dani Garavelli: Let no-one put asunder gay couples

News 2
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JANET CHRISTIE ,  MAGAZINE WRITER

Smoking kills, especially midges

News

John V Lloyd: Nothing wrong with a smack to keep kids safe

Opinion 5

Registration for Scotland’s baby box will open in June

News 30

Nicky McPherson: Life in Scotland fab for my English family

Opinion 9

Bill Jamieson: Financial advice is not just for the “well off”

Management
Scam traders tend to be based outside the UK yet claim to have some kind of verifiable presence here which can be at prestigious City of London addresses. Tantalising investment opportunities that look too good to be true often are.       Picture: Getty Images)

Gareth Shaw: Finance fraudsters exploit gap in the rules

Opinion
Peter Hillier is portfolio director at Cazenove Capital.

Peter Hillier: Tweets rock the market

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Heading abroad this summer is likely to be expensive , as �1 is buying less than a euro at some of the worst bureaux de change. Picture: Getty

Martin Lewis: Don’t let high currency costs cap your holidays

Opinion

Gareth Shaw: Will Vanguard force fund managers to up their game?

Opinion