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Police Scotland chief faces allegations of bullying

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Failure to plan long-term has led to NHS staffing crisis. Picture: Jayne Wright

Failure to plan long-term has led to NHS staffing ‘crisis’

Politics
Aberdeen is to feel the most pain by Brexit. Picture: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

Aberdeen and Edinburgh to be hardest hit by Brexit pain

Politics

Employers must do more to support growing number of older workers

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Obesity on the rise in most deprived areas, study reveals

Health

Tom Peterkin: Mason’s knack for squabbles obscures real debate

Opinion
Dunkirk has been a hit at the box office. Picture: Warner Bros

Bill Jamieson: Leadership needed to win Battle of Brexit

Opinion

Tom Peterkin: Mason’s knack for squabbles obscures real debate

Tom Peterkin
Kirsty Maxwell with husband Adam Maxwell. Picture: Contributed

Kirsty Maxwell in a ‘state of terror’ when she died, court hears

Politics
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Picture: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

‘Corbyn coup’ on Scottish Labour fails

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Chief Constable Phil Gormley. 
Picture: Ian Rutherford

Police Scotland chief faces allegations of bullying

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Critics say the Scottish Government have failed to improve school performance. Picture: John Devlin

Scottish Government failed to improve education, say critics

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Aberdeen and Edinburgh to be hardest hit by Brexit pain

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Failure to plan long-term has led to NHS staffing ‘crisis’

Politics 9

Kenny MacAskill: ‘Action is needed to assuage the collective pain etched deep in the Scottish soul’

Opinion 1

VIDEO: Grisly tale unfolds in Falkirk canal tunnel

Transport
Passengers have given ScotRail a record-equalling 90 per cent satisfaction rating.

Leader comment: ScotRail must prove its trains are on a roll

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New diesel and petrol cars and vans will be banned from 2040 as part of efforts to tackle air pollution. Picture; PA

Sale of diesel and petrol cars to be banned from 2040

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Bryan Sutherland, who has retired after 50 years with Loganair. Picture: Kirkwall Airport/Twitter

Engineer who kept world’s shortest flight operating retires

Transport

9 out of 10 passengers satisfied with ScotRail, finds report

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Burning pick-up truck crashed into house in ‘deliberate act’

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Ryanair warns of Brexit threat to flights as profits soar

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Learning coding skills are essential to secure the jobs of tomorrow, says Marc Dinardo

Marc Dinardo: Coding skills will be vital to finding future jobs

Opinion
Sharing data between public bodies and private sector tech giants has the potential to revolutionise health provision the world over. Picture: Tony Marsh/TSPL

Dr Google will see you now: How data can revolutionise healthcare

Tech
Critics say the Scottish Government have failed to improve school performance. Picture: John Devlin

Scottish Government failed to improve education, say critics

Politics 1
Scottish Labour believe the figures reinforce the case for a school-based counsellor in every secondary. Picture (posed by models): John Devlin

Mental health targets missed for Scots children

Education 7
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Back to school money saving hacks revealed

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Deputy First Minister John Swinney plays with David Mckay and Library outreach worker Alison Nolan as he takes part in in a workshop at Newark Primary School, Port Glasgow. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Scottish schools in poorest areas to get £45m

Education 5
Nicola Sturgeons reading challenge has been taken up by about 75 per cent of schools in its first year. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Reading standards in Scotland falling behind UK, study warns

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Leader comment: Follow through needed on school reforms

Opinion 1

Jeremy Corbyn: I never promised to write off student debt

Politics 25

Leader comment: Schools not shying away from reality

Opinion 1

More than 200 Scottish schools axed in past decade

Politics 34
Manufacturers face prosecution if found cheating on emissions tests. Picture: PATRIK STOLLARZ/AFP/Getty Images

Car-makers face prosecution if found cheating emissions tests

Motoring
Corporal Cameron Ballard (centre), was one of eight men from the 4 Scots who helped with flood relief in Mosgiel.

Scottish troops help battle New Zealand floods

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Watchdog allows controversial ‘milk is inhumane’ advert

News

Mission to save the capercaillie with 1,114 left in Scotland

Environment 1

Killer fumes blamed for road deaths

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Last killer whale born at Seaworld dies

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Sharing data between public bodies and private sector tech giants has the potential to revolutionise health provision the world over. Picture: Tony Marsh/TSPL

Dr Google will see you now: How data can revolutionise healthcare

Tech
Failure to plan long-term has led to NHS staffing crisis. Picture: Jayne Wright

Failure to plan long-term has led to NHS staffing ‘crisis’

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Obesity is on the rise in more deprived areas. Picture: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

Obesity on the rise in most deprived areas, study reveals

Health
Minimum pricing's positive effect on health will far outweight any negative effect experienced by the average consumer and producers, says Kevan Christie. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Kevan Christie: Minimum pricing is all about public health v big business

Opinion
Stephanie Inglis in action during the Commonwealth Games. Picture; LIsa Ferguson

Stephanie Inglis brain injury prevents return to judo

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New diesel and petrol cars and vans will be banned from 2040 as part of efforts to tackle air pollution. Picture; PA

Sale of diesel and petrol cars to be banned from 2040

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Charlie Gard to spend final days in a hospice, parents decide

Health

Fresh hope for muscular dystrophy sufferers

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Mental health targets missed for Scots children

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People with neurotic tendencies live longer, says new study

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Despite the hit, Lloyds saw its first-half profits rise. Picture: John Devlin

Bank of Scotland owner stung by PPI and mortgage arrears

Financial
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Picture: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

‘Corbyn coup’ on Scottish Labour fails

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Kenny MacAskill: ‘Action is needed to assuage the collective pain etched deep in the Scottish soul’

Opinion 1

When can shops refuse your old £1 coin?

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Mike Ashley wins court battle over £15m ‘London pub deal’

UK

Fresh hope for muscular dystrophy sufferers

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Anti-terrorism barriers were requested by Police Scotland and Edinburgh City Council. Picture: SWNS

Leader comment: Barriers sad but necessary

Opinion
Learning coding skills are essential to secure the jobs of tomorrow, says Marc Dinardo

Marc Dinardo: Coding skills will be vital to finding future jobs

Opinion

Jeanette Forbes: There’s new hope for people living with type 1 diabetes

Opinion
The Royal Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh provide a safe, tranquil green space in which to de-stress and commune with nature

Ian Edwards: Nature plays big part in the healing arts

Opinion
Some societies will now give mortgages without an age limit

Mark Thomson: Taking out a mortgage after ‘retiral’ age is now a lot more flexible

Opinion
Maggis dont let people feel that it is cancer that defines them

Laura Lee: Cancer means choosing your words very carefully

Opinion
Scotland is renowned worldwide for its high-quality seafood

Patrick Hughes: Seasonal bounty of the sea something to appreciate

Opinion

Sheila Duffy: School the place to learn lessons on tobacco-free policies and practical solutions

Opinion

Kenny MacAskill: ‘Action is needed to assuage the collective pain etched deep in the Scottish soul’

Opinion 1

Bill Jamieson: Leadership needed to win Battle of Brexit

Opinion

Tom Peterkin: Mason’s knack for squabbles obscures real debate

Opinion
Former Chinese Vice Health Minister Huang Jiefu is the chief architect of China's organ transplant program. Picture: AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein

China ‘on track to lead the world in organ transplants’

World
Apple have been ordered to pay a university more than $500m. Picture: Jack Taylor/Getty Images

Apple ordered to pay university over half a billion dollars

Tech 1
US President Donald Trump to bar transgender people from operating in US military. Picture: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images

Donald Trump to bar transgender people from serving in military

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Firefighters spray water as they try to douse a fire near the village of Biguglia, Corsica island, France. (AP Photo/Raphael Poletti)

British tourists among thousands fleeing French wildfires

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Metal detectors at Jerusalem shrine removed amid tension

World 3

Australian minister quits after mother tells him he might be Italian

World

Last killer whale born at Seaworld dies

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Jamie Murray trolls brother Andy in hilarious video

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Meet the futuristic sex robot developers claim is ‘game-changer’

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Picture: Dull, Pertshire, TSPL

Scotland’s Dullest town to celebrate with Bland and Boring

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A 'Find my Bucky' app is top of mobile downloads.

‘Find My Bucky’ tops mobile downloads

News

Jeanette Forbes: There’s new hope for people living with type 1 diabetes

Opinion
Sheila Duffy, Chief Executive ASH Scotland

Sheila Duffy: School the place to learn lessons on tobacco-free policies and practical solutions

Opinion

Dr Gordon Macdonald: Legislate to beat the human traffickers

Opinion
Obituary: Irene McLean loved a party and organised many fundraising events

Irene McLean: Devoted mother who worked tirelessly for charity

Obituaries
English actress Deborah Watling in 1971  (Photo by Jack Kay/Daily Express/Getty Images)

Obituary: Deborah Watling, the archetypal Sixties Doctor Who companion

Obituaries
David Laing, footballer turned journalist

Obituary: David ‘Davie’ Laing, footballer, Hearts stalwart and Scottish Cup winner with Clyde

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James Bond to return to screens in November 2019

Film
Sara Cox. Picture: file image

Sara Cox stalker who hoarded child porn is jailed

UK
New Time Lord Jodie Whittaker. Picture: PA

Dr Who producer Steven Moffat blasts Jodie Whittaker critics

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William and Harry dressed as policemen. Picture: PA

Princess Diana loved dressing princes in ‘bizarre costumes’

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A personal photo album of the late Diana, Princess of Wales, shows the princess and Prince Harry on holiday and features in the new ITV documentary 'Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy'

Princes tell of Diana’s last phone call on day she died

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