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Armed police patrol Edinburgh’s Christmas market amid terror fears

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Review calls for Scottish students to have minimum �8,100 yearly income. Picture: Adam Berry/Getty Images

Calls for Scottish students to have £8,100 yearly income

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Labour MSP Richard Leonard . Picture: PA

Richard Leonard: ‘I would support England over Scotland’

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Kezia Dugdale former leader of Scottish Labour

Kezia Dugdale set to keep ‘a portion’ of I’m A Celebrity fee

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Nicola Sturgeon hails Scotland's links with Arctic nations

Nicola Sturgeon

Police probe teenager’s sudden death in Innerleithen

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Nicola Sturgeon: I don’t know what Kezia Dugdale’s motives are

Politics

Calls for Scottish students to have £8,100 yearly income

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Hundreds of BiFab workers gathered in Edinburgh ready to march to the Scottish Parliament.

BiFab nearly went into administration three times in a week

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Darren McGarvey: Make a point about Alex Salmond and the SNP at your peril

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Former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdales decision to take part in Im A Celebrity&Get Me Out Of Here has provoked harsh words across the political divide. Picture: Neil Hanna

Nicola Sturgeon: I don’t know what Kezia Dugdale’s motives are

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Kezia Dugdale former leader of Scottish Labour

Kezia Dugdale set to keep ‘a portion’ of I’m A Celebrity fee

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Richard Leonard wants Brexit powers returned to Holyrood

Richard Leonard backs Nicola Sturgeon in Brexit powers row

Politics 94
Graffiti of Putin in Crimea. Picture: Yuri Lashov/Getty

Insight: How much can Vladimir Putin influence what we think and do?

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Labour MSP Richard Leonard . Picture: PA

Richard Leonard: ‘I would support England over Scotland’

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It has been reported that Kezia Dugdale will be heading to I'm a Celeb

Why did Kezia Dugdale join I’m a Celebrity?

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The Hanging Tree at Clifton in Cumbria, where a dozen Scots supporters of Bonnie Prince Charlie died. Photograph: John Black

Jacobite leader in fight over battlefield roundabout plan

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North Sea oil industry could be boosted by change in Budget

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Stark warning over effects of cuts on A&E patient safety

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BiFab nearly went into administration three times in a week

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Police have been called to a crash on the M8

Update: Lane re-opened after M8 four-car crash

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A new report suggests many people are opting to cycle rather than take the bus. Picture: Andrew O'Brien

Scots ditching buses for bicycles, new data reveals

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Scotland’s weather: First winter snowfall to hit Edinburgh and Glasgow

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High demand for FlyGlobespan artefacts

Lifestyle

Edinburgh cycle hire scheme to include electric bikes

Transport 21

Strike to halt all CrossCountry Scottish trains

Transport 4
Review calls for Scottish students to have minimum �8,100 yearly income. Picture: Adam Berry/Getty Images

Calls for Scottish students to have £8,100 yearly income

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The principal of the school said the measures were "bureaucratic".

Top private school denies welfare risk over bullying

Education 32
Young cattle on the beach at East Kilbride, South Uist. Na Meadhoinean, or Middle District, has the strongest Gaelic-speaking community in the world, at 82% per cent. Picture: Allan Milligan/TSPL

University explores benefits of speaking Gaelic in business

Education 11
One of the signature events of the Year of Young People will be the opening of Dundee's V&A Museum.

£2m line-up of events for Scotland's Year of Young People

Lifestyle 6
Scotlands 19 higher education institutions will work to make admissions fairer and faster for applicants. Picture: Getty Images

Scottish universities to widen access for students from deprived areas

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Lib Dems back gender neutral uniforms in Scottish schools

Education 49

‘Hidden’ poverty means rural schools miss out on funding

Education

‘Hidden’ poverty means rural schools miss out on funding

Education

Old Boroughmuir school sale gets go-ahead despite price fall of almost £3m

Education 3
Tentsmuir Spring Cycle with Keith McCartney.

Kirsty Gunn: The life lessons of the natural world

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Dougie MacDougall has gone without a catch in the last seven years. Picture: Phil Wilkinson

Scottish fisherman sees salmon catch fall from hundreds to zero

Environment 1

Endangered whales not impressed by sonar ‘ramp-up’

Environment 2

Whales not deterred by sonar ‘ramping up’ of noise levels

Environment

Mary Church: Zero-carbon world must be achieved without repeat of miners’ strike chaos

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Pesticides weakens bees’ buzzing noise, scientists find

Environment 1
Cannabis. Picture: PEDRO PARDO/AFP/Getty Images

What you can do if you think your neighbours are smoking cannabis

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Fears have been raised over the state of patient safety in Scotland. Picture: Greg Macvean

Stark warning over effects of cuts on A&E patient safety

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Scots scientists have made a breakthrought in Mad Cow Disease research. Picture: Contributed

Scots scientists make leaps in mad cow disease research

UK 1
The Milky Way is a spectacle in the absence of light pollution. Photograph: George McConnachie

Exhausted Scottish carers offered ‘astronomy respite breaks’

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The Sheffield Alcohol Research Group thinks minimum pricing is unlikely to be adopted in England under the current government. Picture: John Devlin

Wales & Ireland to follow Scotland’s lead and end cheap booze

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Minimum pricing is not a panacea. Photograph: Getty/iStockphoto

Alison Douglas: Take pride in the defeat of Big Alcohol

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Tillie and Lottie Fowler were born 17 weeks early with a combined weight of less than 3lbs

Youngest surviving premature twins celebrate defying odds

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Stephen Jardine: Beware Coke Christmas trucks bearing ‘gifts’

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Hospital to be investigated after A&E waiting times ‘under-reported’

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Has Scotland been failing to develop a world vision for life sciences?

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Opportunities are knocking for the Scottish life sciences community

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The Hanging Tree at Clifton in Cumbria, where a dozen Scots supporters of Bonnie Prince Charlie died. Photograph: John Black

Jacobite leader in fight over battlefield roundabout plan

Politics 35
Scots scientists have made a breakthrought in Mad Cow Disease research. Picture: Contributed

Scots scientists make leaps in mad cow disease research

UK 1
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Charity calls for action to cut number of road casualties

UK 1

Gerry Adams to step down as Sinn Fein president in 2018

Politics 11

Chancellor Philip Hammond declares ‘there are no unemployed people’

Politics 52

Songs of praise star Aled Jones denies inappropriate behaviour

UK 1

Police find body thought to be missing Gaia Pope

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Next year's TRNSMT Festival will take place over five days. Picture: Getty Images

Brian Ferguson: TRNSMT plan offers home truths for Glasgow

Opinion
Five per cent of businesses had experienced resignations due to Brexit

Stuart McWilliams: Act now to retain your EEA employees

Opinion 4
The impact of robotic technology and artificial intelligence is now widely felt across business and society as well on television and in film. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Alan Nelson: Pros and cons of a ‘digital workforce’

Opinion
Apple stores invite consumers to spend time with Apple-branded goods, rather than those of competitors. Picture: John Devlin

Graeme Bradshaw: Bricks and mortar shops still have a solid future

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Lesley Riddoch: New Labour leader will need to be bold and brave to succeed

Opinion 40
British Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond poses for pictures with the Budget Box. Picture: Getty Images

Brian Monteith: Stakes could not be higher for Hammond’s budget

Opinion 30

Kirsty Gunn: The life lessons of the natural world

Opinion 1

Alison Douglas: Take pride in the defeat of Big Alcohol

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Leader: New Labour leader needs to rewrite the script

Opinion 3

James Walker: Take professional advice before investment punt

Opinion
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says her pre-election pledge to serve another full term stands and she is ready to run again. Picture: Getty

‘Sceptical’ Angela Merkel says second poll better than minority rule

World
President Trump officially designated North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism. Picture: Kevin Dietsch-Pool/Getty Images

Donald Trump says US putting North Korea on terrorism blacklist

World
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe delivering a speech in Harare. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Impeachment orders begin after Robert Mugabe ignores calls to resign

World
Graffiti of Putin in Crimea. Picture: Yuri Lashov/Getty

Insight: How much can Vladimir Putin influence what we think and do?

Lifestyle 30

Robert Mugabe refuses to stand down in TV address

World 4

Former Wimbledon champion Jana Novotna dies aged 49

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Thousands mourn Scottish policeman killed serving in Canada

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Girl, 11, writes angry email to ‘sexist’ Beano

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‘Unique’ former WWII bunker goes on the market

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Some of the revellers enjoying classic songs being played from a portable sound system on Glasgow's St Vincent Street.

Video: Hilarious impromptu Glasgow street party goes viral

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Five per cent of businesses had experienced resignations due to Brexit

Stuart McWilliams: Act now to retain your EEA employees

Opinion 4
The impact of robotic technology and artificial intelligence is now widely felt across business and society as well on television and in film. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Alan Nelson: Pros and cons of a ‘digital workforce’

Opinion
Apple stores invite consumers to spend time with Apple-branded goods, rather than those of competitors. Picture: John Devlin

Graeme Bradshaw: Bricks and mortar shops still have a solid future

Opinion
AC/DC co-founder and guitarist Malcolm Young who has died aged 64, the band has announced.

AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young dies aged 64

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Salvatore 'Toto' Riina in 1993 (Picture: AP Photo/Giulio Broglio)

Obituary: Salvatore ‘Toto’ Riina, mafia ‘boss of bosses’

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Professor Bryan Richards has died at the age of 79

Professor Bryan Richards: Aeronautical engineer, Concorde developer, and expert on aircraft dynamics

Obituaries

Nicola Sturgeon: I don’t know what Kezia Dugdale’s motives are

Politics 64
Sir Andy Murray flanked by his brother Jamie, right, and Roger Federer. Picture: John Devlin

Andy Murray Live charity event doubles money raised in second year

Celebrity 4
Scott Hastings presents Doddie Weir with his award. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Doddie Weir recognised for contribution to the sporting world

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Three-year-old Daniel Cornett, with his parents, is presented with the Cash for Kids Award. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Brave toddler raises spirits as Radio Forth honours local heroes

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The Old Vic theatre has said 20 people have claimed they were victims of "inappropriate behaviour" by Spacey. Picture: Myung Jung Kim/PA Wire

20 victims of Kevin Spacey ‘inappropriate behaviour’ says Old Vic

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