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Terry Kelly has been suspended

Scottish Labour councillor suspended over anti-semitic allegations

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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. Picture: SWNS

Nicola Sturgeon faces claims SNP tax regime ‘harms firms’

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Voters go to the polls on May 5th. Picture: Contributed

Holyrood 2016: Who should I vote for?

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Edinburgh Council staff prepare for the election tomorrow Picture: Lisa Ferguson

What time do polling stations close in the Scottish Parliament election?

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University of Edinburgh PhD students and researchers working on NASA's Valkyrie robot in the University of Edinburgh's School of Informatics. Picture: PA

Mars-bound humanoid robot built by Edinburgh scientists and Nasa

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Members of the NASUWT are being encouraged not to take on work relating to the Curriculum for Excellence which doesn't meet the recommendations of a specialist reform group. Picture: Thinkstock

Scots teachers in Curriculum for Excellence boycott

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More fishermen studying to become skippers

High skipper student numbers provide boost to fishing industry

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Concerns over leaked exam questions has prompted a change in the Higher English paper. Picture: PA

Leaked exam questions forces change in Higher English paper

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Scientists and technologists responsible for enabling the industry to meet consumer demands for healthier products manufactured in the most sustainable way

David Thomson: Plenty for school leavers to dine on with food and drink career

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Lothian teen arrested after using smoke bomb at school

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Students of St Thomas of Aquin's planned to release live chickens as part of their end of year prank Picture: Greg Macvean

Police launch probe after hens smuggled into Edinburgh school

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Experts fear dolphins are being harmed by increased noise in the worlds oceans caused by ships, seismic surveys and sonar

Hi-tech survey to assess ship risk to whales and dolphins

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A poster for the Deoch An Dorus music festival on Arran. Picture: Facebook

Police probe after dead baby seal found backstage at Arran music festival

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Scotsman leaders: Community meals offer lifeline for vulnerable | Scots wildlife tourism

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On eight days in April wind turbines generated enough electricity to supply 100 per cent or more of Scottish homes. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Wind power provides electricity for 75 per cent of Scots homes

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Family meals are one option to help the more than 90,000 Scots living with dementia

Meals with family ‘could help spare’ dementia patients from malnutrition

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The Montrose Royal Infirmary was called an "emergency responce blackspot"

Montrose maternity unit branded ‘blackspot’ after baby death

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Lana with her granddad Peter Whyte, pictured with Dr Jonathan Watt, consultant cardiologist, Mandi Smith, lead heart failure nurse, and Niki Russell, BHF familial hypercholesterolaemia specialist nurse

Scots family best in the UK at giving up chocolate for charity

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The study at the University of Edinburgh aims to improve the health of dogs receiving veterinary care. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Edinburgh University launches dog Vitamin D study

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Scotsman leaders: Community meals offer lifeline for vulnerable | Scots wildlife tourism

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Comment: Encouraging people with dementia to live positive lives

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A British Heart Foundation (BHF) survey of our supporters who have suffered a heart attack found that around half of them may be putting their life and future recovery in danger by delaying seeking medical help for their symptoms for more than an hour. Picture: TSPL

Comment: Underestimating the risks of heart attacks

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Sergey Lazarev performs John Ballard's song during Eurovision rehearsals. Picture: Thomas Hanses (EBU)

The Scots folksinger behind Russia’s Eurovision entry

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David Coulthard fronting a safe driving campaign. Picture: Contributed

David Coulthard fined for speeding in Gumball 3000 rally

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Republican Senator Ted Cruz announced the suspension of his campaign in Indiana last night. Picture: Getty Images

Donald Trump nears Republican nomination as Ted Cruz suspends campaign

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David Coulthard fronting a safe driving campaign. Picture: Contributed

David Coulthard fined for speeding in Gumball 3000 rally

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Biffy Clyro, led by lead singer Simon Neil, will face still competition from Iron Maiden and Enter Shikari amongst others. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Biffy Clyro nominated for top music award

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Allegra Versace Beck, Lady Gaga, and Donatella Versace. Picture: Getty Images

Lady Gaga and Donatella Versace join crowds at Met Ball

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Donald Trump received an honourary degree from Robert Gordon University

Martyn McLaughlin: Degrees for famous and wealthy should end

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Buyers at Peterhead fish market inspect the latest catch in Peterhead, Scotland. Picture: Getty Images

Bertie Arnmstrong: Careful legislation needed for fishing industry

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Scientists and technologists responsible for enabling the industry to meet consumer demands for healthier products manufactured in the most sustainable way

David Thomson: Plenty for school leavers to dine on with food and drink career

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John Blackwood: Landlords have much to offer to improve housing

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Dr John Sanford Berkeley

Obituary: Dr John Sanford Berkeley, GP, medical missionary and mountain rescue pioneer

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Marion Kettlewell, DBE

Obituary: Marion Kettlewell, DBE, WRNS director

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Gordon Day MBE with his wife Eileen. Picture: contributed

Obituary: Gordon Day MBE, Engineer and rowing administrator

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The 2014 referendum saw a Catalonia-style groundswell of support for independence which has not gone away. Picture: Getty Images

Scott Macnab: Indyref2 debate is new reality – so get used to it

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Buyers at Peterhead fish market inspect the latest catch in Peterhead, Scotland. Picture: Getty Images

Bertie Arnmstrong: Careful legislation needed for fishing industry

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Scientists and technologists responsible for enabling the industry to meet consumer demands for healthier products manufactured in the most sustainable way

David Thomson: Plenty for school leavers to dine on with food and drink career

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US televangelist Creflo Dollar on stage. Picture: Ting-Li Wang/The New York Times

Martyn McLaughlin: US televangelist Creflo Dollar preys on the poor

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Scotsman leaders: Community meals offer lifeline for vulnerable | Scots wildlife tourism

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John Blackwood: Landlords have much to offer to improve housing

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Frank Hughes: Two way relationship between staff and bosses

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