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Poll: majority of Scots don’t want separate Brexit deal

UK
ScotRail has ordered two new fleets of trains to help ease the crush. Picture: Robert Perry

ScotRail's ten most overcrowded trains revealed

Transport
Education Scotlands chief executive Bill Maxwell visits Larbert High School, Stenhousemuir. Picture: Michael Gillen

Leader of Scottish teaching union calls on end to inspections

Education

Tom Peterkin: SNP faces big question - what now for Nicola?

Opinion

Brexit: ministers play down row over security cooperation

UK

BBC told to spend millions more in Scotland

UK

John Curtice: Scots attitudes to Brexit in line with rest of UK

Politics

Kenny MacAskill: We do not need routinely armed police – they need more support and protection

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If the IT system was a tractor, it would have been returned to the dealer for a refund, said NFU Scotland president Andrew McCornick. Picture: Contributed

Scrap £180m farm payments system, urges NFUS president

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Attitudes in Scotland towards Brexit are not so very different from those in the rest of Britain, polling has found. Picture: Scott Louden/TSPL

John Curtice: Scots attitudes to Brexit in line with rest of UK

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Edinburgh City Chambers in the High Street. Voters go to the polls to elect a new council on May 4. Picture: Greg Macvean/TSPL

All to play for in unpredictable Edinburgh council election

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Green candidates launch their council election campaign in Edinburgh. Picture: Contributed

Greens field ‘record number of candidates’ at council elections

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The report revealed there were 15,317 children being looked after by local authorities as at July last year. Picture: Michael Gillen/JP

Number of Scottish children in care falls for fourth year

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Prime Minister hails ‘historic moment’ as EU replies ‘we already miss you’

Politics

‘Presumption of devolution’ as laws return from the EU

Politics

Scott Macnab: Lessons to be learned on education

Opinion 8

Tom Peterkin: SNP faces big question - what now for Nicola?

Opinion 64
ScotRail has ordered two new fleets of trains to help ease the crush. Picture: Robert Perry

ScotRail's ten most overcrowded trains revealed

Transport 6
The lorry will set off from John O'Groats on 3 April. Picture: Contributed

Gas powered lorry takes the long haul to Land’s End

Transport
The laser-based technology will record a 3D image of exhaust plumes. Picture: EPA/Oliver Weiken

Lasers to track vehicles’ emissions in pollution test

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Perth-based Stagecoach has a majority stake in the Virgin East Coast franchise. Picture: David Parry/PA Wire

Rail revenues on track at transport giant Stagecoach

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Queensferry Crossing opening delayed until between mid-July and end of August

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Dublin-bound helicopter with 5 on board ‘disappears en route’

UK

Flybe warns of profit hit from IT systems upgrade

Transport

Greenock container terminal buoyed by Liverpool launch

Transport
Shaf Rasul, Strathclyde Business School

Entrepreneur in Residence to encourage students to think big on business

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Getting the best for Scotlands children is the top priority and the government must look at all options.

Scott Macnab: Lessons to be learned on education

Opinion 8
Lecturers' careers could be hanging in the balance after students are asked to grade their performance. Picture: Jane Barlow

Edinburgh University students asked to grade their lecturers

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Education Scotlands chief executive Bill Maxwell visits Larbert High School, Stenhousemuir. Picture: Michael Gillen

Leader of Scottish teaching union calls on end to inspections

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Dr Bill Maxwell, HM chief inspector of education and chief executive of Education Scotland, at Larbert High school on Monday. PICTURE: MICHAEL GILLEN

Scrap “useless” school inspections says teaching union

Education
School inspections are "a waste of money" and are an anachronism  that belongs to another century - like the schools portrayed in St Trinan films.

Leader comment: School inspections just don’t work

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John Swinney, deputy First Minister and education secretary is due to speak at ISTP, the major international education conference.
PICTURE: IAN RUTHERFORD

Major international education summit hosted in Edinburgh

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Women fearing danger choose mates with less ‘macho’ faces

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‘Overworked’ Dumfries High teacher falsified pupils’ results

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Jill Stephenson: We need foreigners to teach kids English

Opinion 1

Scottish educations experts find five areas of improvement

Education
The laser-based technology will record a 3D image of exhaust plumes. Picture: EPA/Oliver Weiken

Lasers to track vehicles’ emissions in pollution test

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Waxwing Bombycilla garrulus. Bedfordshire, England. January 2011.

Mild winter attracts influx of visiting birds to Scottish gardens

Environment
Baby squirrel Billy. Picture: SSPCA

One week old squirrel rescued from felled tree in Insch

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Final chance for Scotland’s wonderful woods and fine forests

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Heather Reid shares optimism over future of science education

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Total ban on fox hunting ‘would not ensure adherence to law’

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MND campaigner Gordon Aikman

Electricity exposure at work linked to risk of motor neurone disease

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Correct communication is vital when health care workers are discussing Down's syndrome.

Kevan Christie: Forget the labels, it’s the people who count

Opinion
A Health Protection Scotland report has ruled that Dunsyre Blue was the source of the e.Coli outbreak last July.

Official report rules that blue cheese did cause e.Coli outbreak

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Pauline Cafferkey had a temperature of 38.2C at Heathrow. Picture: Jon Savage

Doctor guilty of misconduct over Pauline Cafferkey Ebola reading

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Study finds that women tend to choose less masculine looking male faces if they fear danger to their children.

Women fearing danger choose mates with less ‘macho’ faces

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Cancer waiting times not met

Cancer waiting times called 'unacceptable' as targets missed

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Scientists at John Hopkins university in the United States have identified the protein that leads to memory loss in Alzheimer sufferers and reversed the loss of memory in mice.

Leader coment: Acknowledge the millions who are doing good

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University to open £32m Imaging Centre of Excellence

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Scientists on verge of Alzheimer's memory loss 'breakthrough'

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Crowdfunding campaign helps Highland care home dog

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Lesley Riddoch: Fears nursing shortage is hitting health care

Opinion 36
Game has enjoyed strong demand for the Nintendo Switch console. Picture: Contributed

Nintendo’s latest console launch helps Game Digital

Tech

Mum shares first wedding dance with disabled son

UK

Poll: majority of Scots don’t want separate Brexit deal

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Brexit: ministers play down row over security cooperation

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Dublin-bound helicopter with 5 on board ‘disappears en route’

UK

BBC told to spend millions more in Scotland

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Flybe warns of profit hit from IT systems upgrade

Transport
Holocaust exhibition open at Scottish Parliament. Picture: Contributed

Holocaust exhibition open to the public at the Scottish Parliament

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President Trump and Vice-President Mike Pence seen as House Speaker Paul Ryan, above, announces withdrawal of the bill. Picture: Getty

Donald Trump humiliated over health bill

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Displaced Iraqis flee their homes due to fighting between government troops and IS. Picture: AFP/Getty

Threat of more air strikes sends thousands fleeing Mosul

World 4
A woman confronts police officers blocking a street during an opposition rally in Minsk. Photograph: AP

Belarus protesters clash with police over ‘parasites tax’

World 4
Brewdog owns the trademark to "punk" in relation to beer.

Brewdog admits "mistake that hurt" over trademark row

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Festival-goers will be encouraged to wear unicorn horns at the Knockengorroch World Ceilidh Music Festival. Picture: Contributed

‘Unicorns’ are alive and well in Galloway

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Ayrshire dog day care centre owner Malcolm Balish wants wider regulation. Picture: John Devlin

Scottish dog daycare regulations ‘are a postcode lottery’

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Former Scots monastery on sale for same price as London flat

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Milllennials believe their financial future is 'as good as parents'

Odd 1

E.Coli-linked cheesemaker to recommence production

Odd 7

Shop flooded with 2,000 orders for Buckfast Easter Egg

Odd 6

Video: Chance to spot Northern Lights in Edinburgh tonight

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Biffy Clyro's lead singer Simon Neil at Edinburgh's Hogmanay celebrations 2016  (Photo: Ian Georgeson)

Biffy Clyro and Emily Sande announced for Glastonbury

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Victoria Beckham has revealed she will appear on Carpool Karaoke with James Corden (Photo: Ian West/PA Wire)

Victoria Beckham to appear with Corden on Carpool Karaoke

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Heather Reid shares optimism over future of science education

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Ed Sheeran appearing obn Comic Relief - Photographer: Jamie Carter

Sheeran’s Comic Relief trip sparks tears

UK
Ian Gatt, secretary of the Scottish Pelagic Sustainability Group

Ian Gatt: Don’t overlook humble herring and mackerel

Opinion 1
The Global Seed Vault. The Vault is a safe storage facility for up to four and a half million seed samples of crops from all over the world.

Dr Glenn Bryan: Scots potato link to Svalbard seed vault

Opinion
Filming of the Down's Syndrome Scotland advert as part of their Awareness Week

Don’t see Down’s syndrome, see the person

Opinion

Obituary: Andy Coogan, athlete, Japanese POW camp survivor and inspirational figure

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Obituary: James More, Edinburgh City Council Depute Town Clerk

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Obituary: Anne Mathewson, ran Clifton Hall School in Edinburgh

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Adam Kennedy Bergius, DSC, submariner

Obituary: Adam Kennedy Bergius, DSC, Operation Sabre hero, submariner and sailor

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Small firms face a 'disproportionate burden' under the new digital tax rules, says Chiene + Tait partner Rory Kennedy. Picture: Pixabay

Rory Kennedy: Will making tax digital help small firms?

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Getting the best for Scotlands children is the top priority and the government must look at all options.

Scott Macnab: Lessons to be learned on education

Opinion 8
Nicola Sturgeon debates a motion to seek the authority to hold an indpendence referendum. Picture: AFP/Andy Buchanan/Getty Images

Tom Peterkin: SNP faces big question - what now for Nicola?

Opinion 64
Armed policeman at Edinburgh Airport in Scotland. Picture: PA

Kenny MacAskill: We do not need routinely armed police – they need more support and protection

Opinion 1
Correct communication is vital when health care workers are discussing Down's syndrome.

Kevan Christie: Forget the labels, it’s the people who count

Opinion
We are proudly Scottish but also global  so are we Somewheres or Anywheres and do we face an identity crisis?

Bill Jamieson: Which side of Great Divide are we on?

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Ricky Nicol: Telecoms split could be good news for rural areas

Opinion

Principled duchess who followed her own path

Opinion 1

Key to book content is a skilled, organised and analytical indexer

Opinion

Route to successful spread of salmon

Opinion