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Ukrainian ambassador says Alex Salmond is RT ‘puppet’

Politics
Kezia Dugdale during her challenge

Kezia Dugdale’s I’m a Celeb opener ends in defeat

Politics
Housebuilders move could save first-time buyers up to �4,600.

Nicola Sturgeon considers more help for first-time house buyers

Politics
A patient was forced wait 315 days for vital cancer treatment to begin.

Scot patients wait extra months for ‘urgent’ cancer care

UK

Brian Wilson: Ill wind blows for Scotland’s 2nd Industrial Revolution

Opinion

Trams fiasco compared with Holocaust by ex-transport chief

News

Best Twitter reactions as Kezia Dugdale enters I’m A Celeb

News

Family of murdered woman ‘shocked’ by police officer probe

Politics

University groundsmen - Australia rugby row has ‘damaged our reputation’

Scotland

Kenny MacAskill: Drivers must not act like the NRA

Kenny MacAskill
Housebuilders move could save first-time buyers up to �4,600.

Nicola Sturgeon considers more help for first-time house buyers

Politics 24
Broughton Women's Rugby Club face difficulties ensuring they can train and play.

Fears for city sports clubs if Edinburgh Leisure cuts go ahead

Politics
The family of a murder victim have expressed their anger after learning of a misconduct probe into seven serving police officers. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Family of murdered woman ‘shocked’ by police officer probe

Politics
Ukrainian Ambassador, Natalia Galibarenko, meets presiding officer Ken MacIntosh

Ukrainian ambassador says Alex Salmond is RT ‘puppet’

Politics 107
Kezia Dugdale during her challenge

Kezia Dugdale’s I’m a Celeb opener ends in defeat

Politics 2
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard

Labour leader disappointed by Kezia Dugdale’s ‘unauthorised asbsence’

News
Richard Leonard was making his debut at First Ministers Questions

FMQs: Richard Leonard tells Nicola Sturgeon to back "radical change"

Politics 354

Conservatives continue to dominate political donations

Politics 21

Brian Wilson: Ill wind blows for Scotland’s 2nd Industrial Revolution

Opinion 8

Jim Duffy: A ‘thought shower’ on the history of bulls*** bingo

Opinion

Leader comment: How London prices helped Scotland’s first-time buyers

Opinion
Neil Renilson spoke at the tram inquiry on Thursday.

Ex bus boss stuns tram inquiry with Holocaust’s Schindler comparison

Transport
Dopey workmen painted white road markings - on top of a large pile of horse poo.

The workmen were repainting two kilometers of white lines on the edges of the busy A198 outside of Longniddry, East Lothian.

Road markings painted over horse poo in East Lothian

Transport 1
East Coast Buses' new fleet includes more legroom, improved lighting and information screens. Picture: East Coast Buses

Alastair Dalton: Our favourite form of public transport is in trouble

Opinion 1
The later trains will run on the main line between Edinburgh and Glasgow. Picture: Andrew O'Brien

ScotRail to run latest-ever festive trains between Edinburgh and Glasgow

Transport 3

Tram developers failed to oversee key work, inquiry told

Transport 12

Aberdeen lifeboat rescues woman from Aberdeen harbour

Aberdeen

Most of Scotland to be hit with icy weather

News 6

Kenny MacAskill: Drivers must not act like the NRA

Opinion 121
Anita and her daughter

Data science industry attracting more jobs to Scotland

Promoted content
The proposed extension to the 19th century Teviot Row House student union in Edinburgh proved unpopular. Picture: Contributed

Controversial plan to extend Teviot Row House dropped by university

Education 8

University groundsmen - Australia rugby row has ‘damaged our reputation’

Scotland 18
Supporters arrive through the Jeff Astle gates at the Hawthorns before the match between West Bromwich Albion and Chelsea. Astle, a former West Brom striker, died in 2002 from brain injuries.  Picture: Stu Forster/Getty Images

Glasgow-based team to study risks of dementia from football

Football
Hazelhead Academy . Picture: Google

Teacher who made lewd and racist comments to pupils struck off

Education 6
Some pupils are being taught maths by students from the University of Edinburgh.

Edinburgh school drafts in students to deal with teacher shortage

Education 139

University students teaching maths at crisis-hit school

Education

Scouts Scotland support call for LGBT teaching in schools

Education 4

Scouts Scotland back LGBT teaching in schools campaign

Education 28

Study identifies gap in problem-solving among Scot pupils

News 2
Philip Gane is Capital Projects Manager at the James Hutton Institute in Dundee.

Philip Gane: Planting the seed of inner-city farming

Opinion
Jon Proctor and Andrea Nicholas

Andrea Nicholas: Tourism businesses giving the green light to reducing their carbon footprint

Opinion
Workers at BiFab have not seen the benefits of proper investment, says Brian Wilson

Brian Wilson: Ill wind blows for Scotland’s 2nd Industrial Revolution

Opinion 8
All the wind farms in the world wont suffice to hit emissions targets without action to target the combustion engine. Picture: Stephen Mansfield

Kenny MacAskill: Drivers must not act like the NRA

Opinion 121

Liquid gas powered MV Glen Sannox launched on Clyde

News 27

Heavy snow and 75mph winds forecast for Scotland

News 47

Antarctic glacier map to forecast rise of sea levels

Environment

Paul Kirkland: How plight of butterfly may hit Scotland’s wild flowers

Opinion 1
A patient was forced wait 315 days for vital cancer treatment to begin.

Scot patients wait extra months for ‘urgent’ cancer care

UK 4
Cancer patients having to wait months for treatment.

Cancer patients forced to wait months extra for vital care

News 2
Teenage girls use their smartphones in Santa Monica, California. (Jake Michaels/The New York Times)

David Brooks: Taking on the three evils of Big Tech

Opinion
CorporateHealth's pill camera is swallowed by the patient

Innovation transforms rural healthcare in Scotland

Promoted content
Jon Proctor and Andrea Nicholas

Andrea Nicholas: Tourism businesses giving the green light to reducing their carbon footprint

Opinion
Former Celtic captain and manager Billy McNeill was recently revealed to be suffering from dementia. Picture: Rob Casey/SNS

Comment: Time we had the facts on football-related brain injuries

Celtic 2
Could coffee really be good for you?

Three cups of coffee a day cuts risk of early death finds study

News 1

Glasgow-based team to study risks of dementia from football

Football

Health experts pushing for minimum price for tobacco in Scotland

News 24

Kevan Christie: How we the public can help over-stretched GPs

Opinion 2

Why research alone isn’t enough for the life sciences sector

Business

UK

A patient was forced wait 315 days for vital cancer treatment to begin.

Scot patients wait extra months for ‘urgent’ cancer care

UK 4

Conservatives continue to dominate political donations

Politics 21
Anne Gray, Senior Policy Officer (Land Use & Environment) at Scottish Land & Estates

Anne Gray: No Brexit deal is worst scenario for our farmers

Opinion
Philip Gane is Capital Projects Manager at the James Hutton Institute in Dundee.

Philip Gane: Planting the seed of inner-city farming

Opinion

Andrea Nicholas: Tourism businesses giving the green light to reducing their carbon footprint

Opinion

Clampdown on broadband firms advertising speeds unavailable to most

Tech

Analysis: OBR forecast downgrade spells bad news for the UK’s finances

Politics 6

Ex-Rangers flop Joey Barton received record I’m A Celebrity offer

Rangers 4
East Coast Buses' new fleet includes more legroom, improved lighting and information screens. Picture: East Coast Buses

Alastair Dalton: Our favourite form of public transport is in trouble

Opinion 1
Teenage girls use their smartphones in Santa Monica, California. (Jake Michaels/The New York Times)

David Brooks: Taking on the three evils of Big Tech

Opinion
Anne Gray, Senior Policy Officer (Land Use & Environment) at Scottish Land & Estates

Anne Gray: No Brexit deal is worst scenario for our farmers

Opinion
Philip Gane is Capital Projects Manager at the James Hutton Institute in Dundee.

Philip Gane: Planting the seed of inner-city farming

Opinion
Jon Proctor and Andrea Nicholas

Andrea Nicholas: Tourism businesses giving the green light to reducing their carbon footprint

Opinion
Workers at BiFab have not seen the benefits of proper investment, says Brian Wilson

Brian Wilson: Ill wind blows for Scotland’s 2nd Industrial Revolution

Opinion 8
Chancellor Philip Hammond joked about using 'long, economicky words' in his Budget speech (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)

Jim Duffy: A ‘thought shower’ on the history of bulls*** bingo

Opinion

Leader comment: An uncultured snub to Dundee by European Commission

Opinion

Leader comment: How London prices helped Scotland’s first-time buyers

Opinion

Bill Jamieson: I bring a warning from the Ghost of Brexit-Yet-to-Come

News 46

Peter Rice: Families will suffer after decision to freeze alcohol duty

Politics 1
A Navy spokesperson said the search will continue until there is full certainty about the fate of the submarine, adding there was no sign the explosion might be linked to any attack. Pictures: AP Photo/Esteban Felix

Crew members of missing Argentine submarine feared dead

World
A military band parades during a rehearsal ahead of the presidential inauguration of Emmerson Mnangagwa in Harare. Picture: AP Photo/Ben Curtis

Fate of fallen Mugabe up in the air as new leader to be sworn in

World
Myanmar and Bangladesh have signed an agreement covering the return of Rohingya Muslims who fled. Picture: Allison Joyce/Getty Images

Deal signed to return Rohingya to their home

World
The castle is thought to date back at least three millennia. Picture: Getty/YouTube

Video: Divers discover 3,000-year-old castle in Turkish lake

World

Terminally ill patient gets dying wish to see the ocean

News 1

Catholic school covers up statue after ‘suggestive’ complaints

News 6

Serb commander Ratko Mladic jailed for life by UN special court

Politics 6

Dozens die as suicide bomber targets mosque in Nigeria

World 2

Odd

Dopey workmen painted white road markings - on top of a large pile of horse poo.

The workmen were repainting two kilometers of white lines on the edges of the busy A198 outside of Longniddry, East Lothian.

Road markings painted over horse poo in East Lothian

Transport 1
Kezia Dugdale during her challenge

Kezia Dugdale’s I’m a Celeb opener ends in defeat

Politics 2
Kezia Dugdale has made her first jungle appearance on TV programme I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! Picture: Universal News Europe

Best Twitter reactions as Kezia Dugdale enters I’m A Celeb

News 2
Kezia Dugdale MSP takes part in a bush tucker challenge. Picture: ITV

Video: Kezia Dugdale sifts through tank of fish guts

Odd 5
Anne Gray, Senior Policy Officer (Land Use & Environment) at Scottish Land & Estates

Anne Gray: No Brexit deal is worst scenario for our farmers

Opinion
Philip Gane is Capital Projects Manager at the James Hutton Institute in Dundee.

Philip Gane: Planting the seed of inner-city farming

Opinion
Jon Proctor and Andrea Nicholas

Andrea Nicholas: Tourism businesses giving the green light to reducing their carbon footprint

Opinion
Tennis player Pancho Segura.

Obituary: Pancho Segura, tennis player from poor background who became a great of the game

Obituaries
French fashion designer Azzedine Alaia

Obituary: Azzedine Alaia, fashion designer who was the ‘king of cling’

Obituaries

Obituary: Monsignor James Clancy, Scots College Rector who took short-term charge of Glasgow diocese

Obituaries
Rodney Bewes at Edinburgh Assembly Rooms in  Three Men In A Boat in 1998 (Picture: Denis Straughan)

Obituary: Rodney Bewes, actor who will forever be a Likely Lad

Obituaries

I’m a Celebrity: Kezia Dugdale’s PM ambitions dashed in debut

TV & Radio
Kezia Dugdale MSP takes part in a bush tucker challenge. Picture: ITV

Video: Kezia Dugdale sifts through tank of fish guts

Odd 5
Joey Barton was offered half a million pounds. Picture: PA

Ex-Rangers flop Joey Barton received record I’m A Celebrity offer

Rangers 4
Czech tourists dressed in swimsuits similar to the character made famous by TV and film character Borat in Astana. Picture: informburo.kz, via AP

Sacha Baron Cohen to pay tourists’ fines for dressing as Borat

Odd