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Scotland’s most deprived areas revealed

News 86
The survey showed that the Tory party still enojyed a massive lead

Tories hold 14-point lead over Labour in latest poll

Politics 16
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Rangers “shock” at SFA charges for Scottish Cup final

News 28
Rory Harley Davidson. Picture: submitted

Man who died in motorbike crash named as Rory Harley Davidson

News 2

Kelpies models take up residence at Caledonian Canal

News 4

Pro-Palestine protest outside Aberdeen court planned

News 16

Chris Marshall: Time to face the elephant in the numbers room

Opinion 12
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Six people rescued from shopping centre lift after power cut

News 1
Tory leader Ruth Davidson and health spokesman Donald Cameron. Picture: Jon Savage

Davidson demands more funding to help GP practices

News 20
Professor Alexis Jay, who is leading the English sex abuse inquiry. Picture: SWNS

Child abuse survivors quit Scottish inquiry to seek ‘justice’

Politics
Ferguslie Park in Paisley is Scotland's most deprived area. Picture: Getty

Scotland’s most deprived areas revealed

News 86
Where once they stood side by side over Britains exit from Europe, Lib Dem leader Willie Rennie and First Minister Nicola Sturgeon are now far apart. Picture: PA

Willie Rennie: Why Sturgeon no longer has my backing over Brexit

Opinion 4
Donald Trumps arrival in Mexico is unlikely to end the sort of unpopularity that saw a donkey dressed in a Trump costume. Picture: AP

Donald Trump begins controversial visit to Mexico

World
Dilma Rousseff supporters vent their anger at interim president Michel Temer, who named an all-white all-male cabinet yesterday, provoking further protests. Picture: AP

Brazil’s president Dilma Rousseff ousted from office by Senate

World 1
Christine Grahame has written to Tesco to question the decision. Picture: Andrew Cowan

MSP writes to Tesco chief over Saltire removal from fruit

Politics 26

Council delay noise disruption decision

News 8

Tories hold 14-point lead over Labour in latest poll

Politics 16

Ministerial code update stops aides sitting on policy area committee

Politics 31

Lothian Buses staff fear privatisation under new control

Transport 7
Jet2 to continue expansion at Edinburgh and Glasgow with 160 new jobs

160 new Jet2 jobs at Edinburgh and Glasgow airports

Transport 1
Travel firm's 'cruise' involved publicly-funded CalMac ferry. Picture: John Devlin

Firm rapped for selling “island cruise” using CalMac ferries

News 2
Rory Harley Davidson. Picture: submitted

Man who died in motorbike crash named as Rory Harley Davidson

News 2
Biker suffers 'life-threatening' injuries in crash with car in Highlands. Picture: John Devlin

Biker fights for life after crash in Highlands

News 1

16 in hospital after plane makes emergency landing due to turbulence

Transport

Lothian Buses staff fear privatisation under new control

Transport 7

Skyscanner includes 47-year layover as part of man's trip home

UK 2

Deaths down by one third since A9 cameras installed

Transport 16
The University of Dundee has more than 17,000 students. Picture: Jane Barlow

Dundee University secures £40m financing facility

Financial 1
Toddler Liam Fees mother and her civil partner received life sentences for his murder. Picture: Contributed

Liam Fee’s social work team ‘split into two camps’

Education
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Deputy First Minister John Swinney will be on the panel

Scottish government’s education advisers group to meet

News 7
The incident took place at Travel Lodge Waterloo Place. Picture; Ian Georgeson

West Lothian teacher struck off after sleeping with student

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Scottish teachers to ballot for strike action

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LIam Fee was murdered by his mother and her civil partner. Picture: PA

Liam Fee’s social worker branded ‘erratic’ by manager

News
The Curriculum for Excellence has created a climate of fear. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto

New advice sent out to reduce pressure on Scots teachers

Education 3

John Swinney to meet with historic child abuse survivors

Politics 6

West Lothian teacher faces ban after being accused of sleeping with pupil

News

Scientists close on test for early-stage Parkinson’s disease

Tech 5

Councils challenge SNP vow to double free childcare

Education 68
Controlling bracken is a major job for farmers. Picture: Contributed

Breaking back of bracken needs brains and brawn

Farming 1
Seismologists will survey the effects of the quake. Picture: Getty Images

Scientists to study aftershocks after deadly Italy quake

Environment
The current ban has an impact on live music events. Stock image

Council delay noise disruption decision

News 8
Venturefest Scotland will see three teams pitch their ideas for tackling air pollution. Picture: Contributed

Young innovators battle it out against air pollution

Tech 4

Residents oppose plan to expand historical Perthshire village

Environment

Metal debris recovered at oil rig grounding site in Lewis

News 1

Edinburgh University team salvage gold from mobiles

News 3

Leaders: Dream of self-sufficiency takes a step forward

Opinion 24
Tory leader Ruth Davidson and health spokesman Donald Cameron. Picture: Jon Savage

Davidson demands more funding to help GP practices

News 20
Beau Barron and her brother Hugo. Picture: contributed

Edinburgh light show honours young lost to cancer

News
Michael Doidge was diagnosed with cancer in January 2015. Picture: Contributed

Widow of cancer patient hits out at ‘shambolic’ GP arrangements

News
Ferguslie Park in Paisley is Scotland's most deprived area. Picture: Getty

Scotland’s most deprived areas revealed

News 86
Defibrillators save lives. Picture: Contributed

Lizzy Buchan: Survival should be the norm, not the exception

Opinion
Alzheimer's study offers "tantalising" results.

Experts optimistic over new treatment in war on Alzheimer’s

News
One in five patients reported that they came to harm while in hospital. Picture: Ian Georgeson

One in five patients suffer harm in Scots hospitals

News 7

Vaping just as bad as cigarettes warns scientists

News 1

Two in five patients delayed when leaving Scottish hospitals

Health 1

Scots councils urgently need more mental health officers

Politics 3

Scientists close on test for early-stage Parkinson’s disease

Tech 5
Professor Alexis Jay, who is leading the English sex abuse inquiry. Picture: SWNS

Child abuse survivors quit Scottish inquiry to seek ‘justice’

Politics
Christine Grahame has written to Tesco to question the decision. Picture: Andrew Cowan

MSP writes to Tesco chief over Saltire removal from fruit

Politics 26
Alzheimer's study offers "tantalising" results.

Experts optimistic over new treatment in war on Alzheimer’s

News

Met officers face misconduct probe over Saima Ahmed case

News

Tories hold 14-point lead over Labour in latest poll

Politics 16

Crystal Maze set to return to TV after 21 years

TV & Radio

Brother of woman found dead in Edinburgh makes appeal for information

News 5
Seismologists will survey the effects of the quake. Picture: Getty Images

Scientists to study aftershocks after deadly Italy quake

Environment
Donald Trumps arrival in Mexico is unlikely to end the sort of unpopularity that saw a donkey dressed in a Trump costume. Picture: AP

Donald Trump begins controversial visit to Mexico

World
Dilma Rousseff supporters vent their anger at interim president Michel Temer, who named an all-white all-male cabinet yesterday, provoking further protests. Picture: AP

Brazil’s president Dilma Rousseff ousted from office by Senate

World 1
The plane was forced to make an emergency landing on Wednesday. Picture: PA

16 in hospital after plane makes emergency landing due to turbulence

Transport
Christine Grahame has written to Tesco to question the decision. Picture: Andrew Cowan

MSP writes to Tesco chief over Saltire removal from fruit

Politics 26
Skyscanner suggested a 47-year layover at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport as part of the trip. File picture: Contributed

Skyscanner includes 47-year layover as part of man's trip home

UK 2
Shepherd was driving an armoured vehicle such as this when the accident took place Picture: Wikicommons

Man in court after crashing Saracen tank on Clackmannanshire road

Transport 8

Stray rhea caught after a month on the run

News 5

Vladimir Putin arrested in USA on trespassing charge

World 2

Kittens make 500 mile journey in plant machinery

News

Photographer captures Milky Way from North Uist

News 8

Woman seeks to rehome 41 cats after spending £8000 bringing them home from Spain

News 20
Police declined to charge Sir Cliff but that decision is now under review

Decision not to charge Sir Cliff Richard under review

News
Actor Gene Wilder starred in film classics such as Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and Young Frankenstein. Picture: AP

Willy Wonka actor Gene Wilder dies, aged 83

Film 6
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds performed in Glasgow. Picture: Jane Barlow

Noel Gallagher jokes with Celtic fans during Glasgow gig

Music 23
Trump with, from left to right, his sister Maryanne Trump Barry and cousins Willie Murray, Alasdair Murray, Calum Murray and Chrissie Murray at the house in Tong where his mother was brought up

Insight: Why does the Trump trail go cold in the Hebrides?

World 24
The reasons why someone chooses to end their life are complex and often completely unknown or unexpected. Picture: Contributed

Frances Simpson: Positive moves to deal with what is still a taboo

Opinion
Mediation has the potential to give young people conversation, listening and questioning skills. Picture: Contributed

Graham Boyack: Young Talk conference taking mediation to new levels

Opinion
End-of-life care for those with mental health problems needs to involve co-operation between mental and physical health teams. Picture: Simon Rawles

Richard Meade: Why more support must be provided

Opinion
Michael Haywood, head teacher who recreated prestigious English school in Thailand. Picture: Contributed

Obituary: Michael Robert Haywood, headmaster

Obituaries
Former chair, NHS Highland. Picture: Ewen Weatherspoon

Obituary: Caroline Thomson OBE, former chair, NHS Highland

Obituaries
A scene from the Long Good Friday, a film produced by Barry Hanson. Picture: Kobal Collection

Obituary: Barry Hanson, British film producer

Obituaries
The reasons why someone chooses to end their life are complex and often completely unknown or unexpected. Picture: Contributed

Frances Simpson: Positive moves to deal with what is still a taboo

Opinion
Mediation has the potential to give young people conversation, listening and questioning skills. Picture: Contributed

Graham Boyack: Young Talk conference taking mediation to new levels

Opinion
Where once they stood side by side over Britains exit from Europe, Lib Dem leader Willie Rennie and First Minister Nicola Sturgeon are now far apart. Picture: PA

Willie Rennie: Why Sturgeon no longer has my backing over Brexit

Opinion 4
Defibrillators save lives. Picture: Contributed

Lizzy Buchan: Survival should be the norm, not the exception

Opinion
A garden is a lovesome thing God wot, and not to be sexed-up a la Great British Bake Off  by BBC panjandrums. Picture: Richard Hanmer/BBC

Bill Jamieson: Gardeners’ World can’t follow Bake Off recipe

Opinion
End-of-life care for those with mental health problems needs to involve co-operation between mental and physical health teams. Picture: Simon Rawles

Richard Meade: Why more support must be provided

Opinion
Mrs May has confirmed there will be no second referendum, or early general election. Picture: Contributed

Leaders: Like it or loathe it, Brexit is fact and we must face it

Opinion 36

Scott Macnab: Economic reality bites for Nicola Sturgeon

Opinion 81

Chris Marshall: Time to face the elephant in the numbers room

Opinion 12

Richard Lewis: Big birthday bash for Edinburgh’s festivals

Opinion

John Blackwood: Home is where your heart is –and wallet

Opinion