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Scots-based family say London terror suspect is ‘good guy’

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Donald Trump warns ‘Rocket Man’ Kim U.S can destroy North Korea

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The discussion came at a meeting of Holyroods Economy Committee. Picture: TSPL

‘Scotland’s statisticians less independent since devolution’

Politics

In full: Scottish flights affected by Ryanair cancellations

Transport

Scottish and Welsh governments publish Brexit bill amendments

General Election

Celtic Boys Club child protection officer quits over bullying row

Football

Edinburgh unveils plans for festive celebrations in New Town

Lifestyle

Scotland’s oil industry is entering last decade, warn researchers

Energy

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Lib Dems go looking for lost voters

Paris Gourtsoyannis
Jeremy Corbyn survived a leadership challenge in September 2016. Picture: John Devlin/TSPL

Labour in Scotland ‘faced disaster’ without Jeremy Corbyn

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Donald Dewar swears in at the opening of the Scottish Parliament in 1999. Picture: Dave Cheskin

Devin Scobie: Holyrood still has some growing up to do

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Tim Bunker says it 'would have seemed prudent' for a chartered surveyor to be included on the rates review panel. Picture: Contributed

Tim Bunker: Barclay rates review proves to be curate’s egg

Markets Economy
Alex Salmond will speak at the event, being run by the University of Dundee's Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law & Policy. Picture: John Devlin

Alex Salmond named keynote speaker at renewables event

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Yahyah Farroukh - who has been named as the second man arrested over the Parsons Green bombings - pictured on a ferry.
It has beenclaimed that this was taken on the Bute ferry

Scots-based family say London terror suspect is ‘good guy’

Politics
United States President Donald Trump addresses the United Nations General Assembly.

Lead: Sense of irony lost on warmonger Trump

Opinion
The discussion came at a meeting of Holyroods Economy Committee. Picture: TSPL

‘Scotland’s statisticians less independent since devolution’

Politics 13

Lib Dems won’t be ‘UKIP in reverse’ says Vince Cable

Politics 3

Scottish Greens call for levy on ‘vacant’ Scottish land

Environment 5

Letters: Catalan vote could be huge for Scotland

Politics 20
The flight landed at midday today following an emergency landing.

Aberdeen bound flight makes emergency landing at Edinburgh Airport

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Ryanair will cancel 50 flights a day for the next 6 weeks.

Ryanair cancellations: These are your rights

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An earlier incident on the Queensferry Crossing. Picture; Traffic Scotland

Delays on Queensferry Crossing due to road traffic incident

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Most of Ryanair's Scottish cancellations involve Edinburgh Airport. Picture: Neil Hanna

In full: Scottish flights affected by Ryanair cancellations

Transport 10

Cyclist jailed for killing mum-of-two showed ‘callous disregard’

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Bus driver charged following Western General crash

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Livingston Sheriff Court.

Boy in court over West Lothian school knife slashing

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Fettes College

Fettes pupil expelled after taking ecstasy

Edinburgh
Fears have been raised over a teaching crisis. Picture TSPL

Union backs teacher’s ‘utterly failing’ letter to Nicola Sturgeon

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Logan at the Arkwright Scholarships Trust awards in Glasgow

Getting paid to get a degree: it’s possible

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Nicola Sturgeon's government is under fire over its education record. Picture: Steven Brown

Scottish teacher writes furious open letter to Nicola Sturgeon

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Less Scot students are attending Edinburgh University.

Total Scots students at Edinburgh University drops while rUK number rises

Education 12
Phone ownership could increase the likelihood of bullying. Picture; Michael Gillen

Phone ownership more likely to put kids at risk of bullying

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Brian Monteith: When chasing justice delivers injustice

Opinion 15

SNP urged to consider incentives to bring teachers to Edinburgh

Education 78

Insight: Education crisis – do the maths, school chiefs

Education 3

Ann McKechin: We’ve come up with a formula to inspire the next generation of experts

Education 1
Scientists have warned that oil and gas reserves in Scotland and the UK will run out in the next ten years

North Sea oil and gas to run out in ten years, experts warn

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Land reform campaigner Andy Wightman has called for a tax on vacant land

Scottish Greens call for levy on ‘vacant’ Scottish land

Environment 5
The art installation Climavore: On Tidal Zones is being staged on the Isle of Skye during Climate Week to promote the consumption of seaweeds and shellfish

Ilona Amos: Show your green side to help save the planet this Climate Week

Opinion 19

Last snow patch to disappear in a ‘few days’

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Stephen Jardine: Buying bottled water is pouring money down the drain

Opinion 8

Hurricane Irma: OECD ‘not keen’ on changing aid rules for UK

World 2
James Cant, Director of BHF Scotland

James Cant: Do you know how to help if someone has a cardiac arrest? If not, find out and save a life

Opinion
Dr Jo Bowden says that lung cancer patients who are supported by palliative care spend less time in hospital are more likely to receive end-of-life assistance in their own home or a hospice. Picture: Ian Rutherford.

Dr Jo Bowden: Taking the worry out of lung cancer

Opinion
Scotland's first communal home for over 50s to be built. Picture: Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images

Scotland’s first communal home for elderly divorcees and widowers

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Little Mason Hale, six, from Buckie, Moray, is allergic to almost everything and has suffered thousands of allergic reactions in his short life. Picture: 
Michael Traill

The life-saving dog who will be little boy’s best friend

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Scots scientists hail drug as potential cure for leukaemia

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Reports place new health and social care 
partnerships in the spotlight again. Picture: John Devlin

Leader comment: Being judged on the care of the elderly

Opinion 1
The report found it was not always possible to ensure that all scheduled care visits were provided

Frail Scots miss out on basic care in national staffing crisis

Health 1

Labour peer Tessa Jowell diagnosed with brain cancer

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Labour’s Neil Findlay tells of wife’s battle with breast cancer

Politics 4

Chief medical officer reveals ‘untold story’ over invasive treatment for terminally ill

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Livingston Sheriff Court.

Boy in court over West Lothian school knife slashing

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Lidl racked up a 19.2% jump in sales. Picture: Jane Barlow

Lidl retains crown as fastest-growing supermarket chain

Retail
HBOS, owner of Bank of Scotland and Halifax, was taken over by Lloyds in 2008. Picture: Julie Howden

KPMG cleared of wrongdoing after probe into HBOS audit

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‘Overwhelming support’ for auto-enrolment pension schemes

Financial

Parsons Green: Terror suspect ‘has links to Edinburgh’

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M1 motorway shut for six hours due to ‘suspicious object’

UK

Mountain rescuers criticise man who scaled Snowdon in pants

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'Technology businesses can scale up at an incredible rate,' says Ewan Kinnear. Picture: John Devlin

Ewan Kinnear: How Scots tech firms can shape the future

Tech
Donald Dewar swears in at the opening of the Scottish Parliament in 1999. Picture: Dave Cheskin

Devin Scobie: Holyrood still has some growing up to do

Management 8
Tim Bunker says it 'would have seemed prudent' for a chartered surveyor to be included on the rates review panel. Picture: Contributed

Tim Bunker: Barclay rates review proves to be curate’s egg

Markets Economy
United States President Donald Trump addresses the United Nations General Assembly.

Lead: Sense of irony lost on warmonger Trump

Opinion
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Family: Janet Christie’s Mum’s the Word

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One of the turbines at the Burradale wind farm in Shetland, the most productive in the world. Photo: Paul Riddell

Drew Ratter: Powerful argument to meet Shetland’s electricity needs

Opinion 2

Letters: Catalan vote could be huge for Scotland

Politics 20

James Cant: Do you know how to help if someone has a cardiac arrest? If not, find out and save a life

Opinion

Dr Jo Bowden: Taking the worry out of lung cancer

Opinion

Darren McGarvey: It’s hard to say ‘no’ when you’re desperate to be liked

Opinion 2
Toys 'R' Us said its UK stores were not affected by the so-called Chapter 11 filing. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Toys ’R’ Us files for bankruptcy protection in US and Canada

Retail 2

Donald Trump warns ‘Rocket Man’ Kim U.S can destroy North Korea

World 33
A Scot is behind a campaign to have a Canadian river renamed - due to the name's links to violence in Jacobite Scotland.

Bid to rename Canada river named after Scots ‘occupier’

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Riz Ahmed poses with the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie for "The Night Of". Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Emmys: Handmaid’s Tale the big winner as Brits lead the way

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Fresh protests over police killing turn violent on streets of St Louis

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British troops help fix home wrecked by hurricane Irma

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Troops rescue Catholic priest in battle with militants in Philippines

World 1

Serbia’s lesbian PM joins activists on gay pride march in Belgrade

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Heel Hitler: Perth OAP furious with Amazon for swastika shoes

Odd 6

Police response to Facebook parking jibe goes viral

Odd
James Cant, Director of BHF Scotland

James Cant: Do you know how to help if someone has a cardiac arrest? If not, find out and save a life

Opinion
Dr Jo Bowden says that lung cancer patients who are supported by palliative care spend less time in hospital are more likely to receive end-of-life assistance in their own home or a hospice. Picture: Ian Rutherford.

Dr Jo Bowden: Taking the worry out of lung cancer

Opinion
Fiona J Robb is Director of Professional Practice, Law Society of Scotland.

Fiona J Robb: Financially healthy Scottish legal companies prove that small can be beautiful

Opinion
Alan and Joan Root filming Survival (Picture: ITV/Rex/Shutterstock)

Obituary: Alan Root OBE, wildlife filmmaker

Obituaries
D-Day veteran Capt. David Tibbs (Picture: Jon Lewis/Newsquest)

Obituary: Captain David Tibbs, doctor awarded military cross after parachuting into occupied France on D-Day

Obituaries
Pierre Berge

Obituary: Pierre Bergé, co-founder of YSL fashion house and philanthropist

Obituaries
Frank Vincent in 2005 (Picture: Paul Hawthorne/Getty Images)

Obituary: Frank Vincent, actor who played a tough guy in The Sopranos and Goodfellas

Obituaries

Kevin Bridges tells of arrest after drunken night in Ireland

Lifestyle
Wayne Rooney. Picture: PA

Wayne Rooney pleads guilty to drink driving offence

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Kelly Macdonald split with her husband Dougie Payne. Picture; Getty

Kelly Macdonald splits from Travis musician husband after 14-years

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George Michael donated money for IVF treatment to Lynette Gillard. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Woman who was given £9k George Michael IVF gift gives birth

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Riz Ahmed poses with the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie for "The Night Of". Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Emmys: Handmaid’s Tale the big winner as Brits lead the way

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