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Owen Smith’s bid to block Article 50 gets boost from SNP

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GERS figures: Scotland’s deficit at £14.8 billion

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Drunken attacks on emergency services staff are no longer a weekend phenomenon'. Picture: Greg Macvean

Third of emergency service staff victims of drunken violence

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Scotland's deficit could prevent any future attempts to gain access to the European Union.

Daniel Mahoney: GERS figures a blow for Scottish independence

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Scotland’s £33m world-class sporting centre opens

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Tributes paid to Scots soldier who died in training exercise

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No return to Scotland for 1650 Battle of Dunbar prisoners

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GP feedback could reduce ‘high risk’ prescribing

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Hormone Replacement Therapy was once hailed as a wonder drug. Picture: TSPL

Lizzy Buchan: Women should not be afraid to discuss HRT

Opinion
The biggest reductions have been seen amongst women and mature students. Picture: Toby Williams

Number of students falls dramatically under new college setup

Education
Nicola Sturgeon will have to come up with more convincing economic arguments if she is to push for a second independence referendum. Picture: Neil Hanna

Leaders: Time to wake up to Scotland’s bottom line

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Anjem Choudary has been convicted of inviting support for IS  and had 32,000 Twitter followers. Picture: Getty Images

Social media ‘spreading extremism’, claims Commons committee

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GERS figures: Scotland’s deficit at £14.8 billion

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Drunken attacks on emergency services staff are no longer a weekend phenomenon'. Picture: Greg Macvean

Third of emergency service staff victims of drunken violence

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A WEexit would let Northern Ireland and Scotland stay within  the European Union while Wales and England leave. Picture: Getty Images

Peter Sellar and John Bell: Will Wales and England go for WEexit?

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Owen Smith has pledged to put a Brexit deal to a popular vote. Picture: PA

Owen Smith’s bid to block Article 50 gets boost from SNP

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Bill Jamieson: Scotland’s problems are bigger than Brexit

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Ukraine mark 25 years of independence with military parade

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Daniel Mahoney: GERS figures a blow for Scottish independence

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New £12m hydro scheme opens in the Highlands

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Mr Sneddon was knocked down by a white vehicle, as seen here.

Scots grandad killed in hit-and-run in Spain by Land Rover with Edinburgh plates

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Pensioner dies in Ellon crash. Picture: John Devlin

Woman, 89, hit by car in Ellon dies in hospital

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An image released by Virgin Trains that the firm says proves Mr Corbyn chose to walk past empty seats. Picture: Virgin Trains

Jeremy Corbyn accused of faking “ram-packed” Virgin train video

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Wow Air will fly Edinburgh-Reyjavik flights all year round from November. Picture: Wow Air

Wow extends Edinburgh-Reykjavik flights year round

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Safety review after mother and son drown at Aberdeen beach

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Celtic fly to Israel on luxury private jet used by Madonna

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CalMac announces new routes to Scottish islands for winter

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The biggest reductions have been seen amongst women and mature students. Picture: Toby Williams

Number of students falls dramatically under new college setup

Education
A virtual classroom. Picture: Fleep Tuque

Ambitious virtual Gaelic school wins £700,000 boost

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Pupils hoping to get into high-performing Catholic schools in East Renfrewshire may have to provide baptismal certificates. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Demand for Catholic school places prompts ‘baptism checks’

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£33m sports facility at Strathclyde University given green light

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The move has been launched to make children better equipped to cope when someone they know dies. Picture: TSPL

Death and bereavement on primary schools’ timetable

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Judy Murray at Cromlix Hotel, Dunblane. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Exclusive: Judy Murray fears for her tennis legacy

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Switch Pokémon for Plato to boost brain says expert

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Perthshire schools without maximum pupils could be closed down

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Nicola Sturgeon launches new children’s reading challenge

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Building innovation centre to double postgrad intake

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Females must learn the will to win if they want to compete with men

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New breeding centre set up to save Scottish wildcats

Environment
The intake weir at Scotland's latest hydro scheme. Picture: Contributed

New £12m hydro scheme opens in the Highlands

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The Transocean Winner has been successfully refloated. Picture: Hilary Duncanson/PA Wire

Grounded oil rig in Western Isles refloated

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Ilona Amos: Holyrood and Westminster must work together on energy

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Cairn Energy accused of failing to disclose environmental risks

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Best-known Scots butterflies struggling after two wet summers

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Fresh bid to refloat oil rig grounded on Isle of Lewis

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Study finds feedback to GPs reduces harm caused by side effects of drugs. Picture: Contributed

GP feedback could reduce ‘high risk’ prescribing

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Drunken attacks on emergency services staff are no longer a weekend phenomenon'. Picture: Greg Macvean

Third of emergency service staff victims of drunken violence

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Hormone Replacement Therapy was once hailed as a wonder drug. Picture: TSPL

Lizzy Buchan: Women should not be afraid to discuss HRT

Opinion
Sister Ellie, 7, Jordan and mum Angela. Picture: Cancer Research UK

Ex-Dundee United striker Jordan Moore fronts cancer campaign

Charities
Prof Jill Pell believes lack of vitaman D is plausible reason for increase in learning disabilities among children conceived during winter months.

Vitamin D ‘linked’ to learning disabilities, Scots scientists say

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Scottish golfer Stephen McAllister helps launch the new health drive. Picture: Lenny Warren

Scots golfers warned of increased skin cancer risk

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Scottish hospital in world-first heart device operation

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Hospital mortality rate down 4.5% since 2014

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Menopause therapy treatment more likely to get breast cancer

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Death by bagpipes: scientists warn of illness caused by pipes

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Landmark Alzheimer’s trial ‘could be turning point’

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RPI inflation could overtake wage increases later this year. Picture: John Devlin

Inflation rate set to overtake ‘subdued’ pay rises

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The builder's pay package was branded 'excessive' by ShareSoc. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Berkeley investors urged to snub pay deal for bosses

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Budweiser brewer AB InBev is bidding to take over Bulmers cider maker SABMiller. Picture: Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images

Court reaches split decision on SABMiller deal vote

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Social media ‘spreading extremism’, claims Commons committee

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Scientists find new planet that may harbour life forms

Tech

Tributes paid to Scots soldier who died in training exercise

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Spain police try to trace hit-and-run driver who killed Scot

World
Mia Ayliffe-chung, from Derbyshire, has been named as the victim of a stabbing at a backpackers' hostel in Australia. Picture: Tommy Martin/PA Wire

British woman, 21, stabbed to death in Australia hostel

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Rescuers stretcher a casualty from a building following the earthquake. AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino

Italian earthquake kills at least 120, with over 350 injured

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A woman attends a civil defence drill in Seoul, South Korea, in preparation for possible attacks by its neighbour in the north. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

North Korea fires missile that could hit South Korea or Japan

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Is this one of the best hat-tricks of all time?

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Police are hunting duck thieves in Laurencekirk. Picture: Ian Rutherford/TSPL

Thieves steal 230 ducks from Aberdeenshire farm

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Gleneagles Hotel. Picture: Getty

Millionaire fined for racist rants in bar of Gleneagles Hotel

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Tesco removes Saltire from fruit after English complaints

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Where would Scotland have finished in Olympic medal table?

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Scots councillor ‘compared Legoland cabin to Butlins in 1970s’

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Man proposes to girlfriend by documenting their relationship in Lego

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Paralympics presenter and Breaking Bad actor RJ Mitte Picture: Steve Paston/PA Wire

Breaking Bad star RJ Mitte calls for more disabled people on screen

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New Russian owner of Craig Whyte’s castle charged with fraud

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Neil Oliver has quit social media. Picture: Bill Henry/TPSL

TV star Neil Oliver quits social media over abuse

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Plantations like Stridingarches Byre at Locharbrigg are restricted to 75 per cent or even 65 per cent of a single productive species. Picture: Contributed

Andrew Heald: Sustainability is seeing the wood for the trees

Opinion
The fishing industrys backing for Brexit is not small-minded anti-European jingoism. Picture: Contributed

Simon Collins: Fisheries’ backing for Brexit not narrow minded

Opinion
The social housing charters introduction has helped to focus landlords on improving their performance. Picture: PA

Kirsty Wells: Assessing the Scottish Social Housing Charter

Opinion
Mark Sherriff, stockbroker and businessman. Picture: Contributed

Obituary: Mark Sherriff CBE, stockbroker and businessman

Obituaries
Sir Antony Jay. co-writer of Yes Minister. Picture: PA

Obituary: Sir Antony Jay, CVO, CBE, co-writer of Yes Minister

Obituaries
Jean-Baptiste "Toots" Thielemans, Belgian harmonica player. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Obituary: Toots Thielemans, Belgian harmonica player

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Dr Kate Robertson OBE. Picture: Contributed

Obituary: Katherine Robertson OBE, doctor

Obituaries
Nicola Sturgeon will have to come up with more convincing economic arguments if she is to push for a second independence referendum. Picture: Neil Hanna

Leaders: Time to wake up to Scotland’s bottom line

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Plantations like Stridingarches Byre at Locharbrigg are restricted to 75 per cent or even 65 per cent of a single productive species. Picture: Contributed

Andrew Heald: Sustainability is seeing the wood for the trees

Opinion
A WEexit would let Northern Ireland and Scotland stay within  the European Union while Wales and England leave. Picture: Getty Images

Peter Sellar and John Bell: Will Wales and England go for WEexit?

Opinion 2
Hormone Replacement Therapy was once hailed as a wonder drug. Picture: TSPL

Lizzy Buchan: Women should not be afraid to discuss HRT

Opinion
The fishing industrys backing for Brexit is not small-minded anti-European jingoism. Picture: Contributed

Simon Collins: Fisheries’ backing for Brexit not narrow minded

Opinion
The social housing charters introduction has helped to focus landlords on improving their performance. Picture: PA

Kirsty Wells: Assessing the Scottish Social Housing Charter

Opinion
Nationalist calls for a second independence referendum continue but they look likely to be disappointed. Picture: John Devlin

Bill Jamieson: Scotland’s problems are bigger than Brexit

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Daniel Mahoney: GERS figures a blow for Scottish independence

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Leaders: Tesco’s strawberry fields are harvesting discord

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Mary Allison: Beating breast cancer would be incredible legacy

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Kate Guthrie: Passion plays part in most successful charities

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