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Brexit begins as Article 50 letter is handed over

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel

How EU countries view Britain’s triggering of Article 50

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Alex Salmond clashed with Nigel Farage on LBC. Picture: PA

Alex Salmond and Nigel Farage trade insults in Brexit clash

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Theresa May

Brexit: what happens now that Article 50 has been triggered?

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Queensferry Crossing opening delayed until between mid-July and end of August

Transport

Blair McDougall: SNP on wrong end of its own angry populism

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Wife of rugby legend Scott Hastings found safe and well

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Read Theresa May’s Brexit letter to EU in full

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Edinburgh Trams recorded their busiest day Picture; Lesley Martin

Edinburgh trams records ‘busiest day’ since service launched

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Scott Macnab: Lessons to be learned on education

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Green candidates launch their council election campaign in Edinburgh. Picture: Contributed

Greens field ‘record number of candidates’ at council elections

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The report revealed there were 15,317 children being looked after by local authorities as at July last year. Picture: Michael Gillen/JP

Number of Scottish children in care falls for fourth year

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Getting the best for Scotlands children is the top priority and the government must look at all options.

Scott Macnab: Lessons to be learned on education

Opinion 7
David Watt, executive director of IoD Scotland. Picture: Neil Hanna

David Watt: Public sector superboards on ice, for now

Management 3
German Chancellor Angela Merkel

How EU countries view Britain’s triggering of Article 50

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Brexit: what happens now that Article 50 has been triggered?

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Brexit begins as Article 50 letter is handed over

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Read Theresa May’s Brexit letter to EU in full

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The opening of the Queensferry Crossing has been delayed. Picture: Greg Macvean

Queensferry Crossing opening delayed until between mid-July and end of August

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Flybe is counting the cost of an IT overhaul. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Flybe warns of profit hit from IT systems upgrade

Transport
Greenock Ocean Terminal expects to double the number of containers it handles by 2021. Picture: Contributed

Greenock container terminal buoyed by Liverpool launch

Transport
The Queensferry Crossing was originally scheduled to open in December.

Queensferry Crossing opening delayed for a second time

Transport 85

New ideas are needed to keep M8 traffic flowing

Opinion 6

Martin Flanagan: Wheels come off for Stagecoach at SWT

Transport 1

Stagecoach loses SWT franchise to rival FirstGroup

Transport

A90 average speed cameras to track cars for 50 miles

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Getting the best for Scotlands children is the top priority and the government must look at all options.

Scott Macnab: Lessons to be learned on education

Opinion 7
Lecturers' careers could be hanging in the balance after students are asked to grade their performance. Picture: Jane Barlow

Edinburgh University students asked to grade their lecturers

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John Swinney, deputy First Minister and education secretary is due to speak at ISTP, the major international education conference.
PICTURE: IAN RUTHERFORD

Major international education summit hosted in Edinburgh

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Study finds that women tend to choose less masculine looking male faces if they fear danger to their children.

Women fearing danger choose mates with less ‘macho’ faces

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Caroline Grieve. Picture: submitted

‘Overworked’ Dumfries High teacher falsified pupils’ results

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Problems in the teaching of our own language reach back decades

Jill Stephenson: We need foreigners to teach kids English

Opinion 1
Inspectors said Scottish education has gone through a significant period of reform

Scottish educations experts find five areas of improvement

Education

Just over 50 per cent of North Lanarkshire schools reach exam benchmark

Education 3

Scots teachers subject to ‘vicious’ online abuse from parents

Education 19

John Edward: Is it time for all schools to have governors?

Opinion 2
Baby squirrel Billy. Picture: SSPCA

One week old squirrel rescued from felled tree in Insch

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Forest on Sutherland Estate. Picture: Contributed

Final chance for Scotland’s wonderful woods and fine forests

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Heather Reid shares optimism over future of science education

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The Ross Bandstand in Princes Street Gardens has fallen out of use in recent years.

Seven contenders for revamp of Edinburgh's Ross Bandstand

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Total ban on fox hunting ‘would not ensure adherence to law’

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Ilona Amos: Toads cross the road to get to the other side, but they need our help

Opinion 1

Scotland’s weather: Odds for hottest Easter on record slashed

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A Health Protection Scotland report has ruled that Dunsyre Blue was the source of the e.Coli outbreak last July.

Official report rules that blue cheese did cause e.Coli outbreak

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Scientists carried out Alzheimer's testing on mice.

Scientists on verge of Alzheimer's memory loss 'breakthrough'

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Study finds that women tend to choose less masculine looking male faces if they fear danger to their children.

Women fearing danger choose mates with less ‘macho’ faces

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Cancer waiting times not met

Cancer waiting times called 'unacceptable' as targets missed

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Scientists at John Hopkins university in the United States have identified the protein that leads to memory loss in Alzheimer sufferers and reversed the loss of memory in mice.

Leader coment: Acknowledge the millions who are doing good

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Professor Dame Anna Dominiczak, University of Glasgow

University to open £32m Imaging Centre of Excellence

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William, the care home dog. Picture: NHS Highlands

Crowdfunding campaign helps Highland care home dog

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Lesley Riddoch: Fears nursing shortage is hitting health care

Opinion 36

MPs call for tougher measures to combat childhood obesity

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Stressed psychiatric nurses ‘suffer anxiety disorder’

UK

Children’s panels ‘should hear FGM risk cases’

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Flybe is counting the cost of an IT overhaul. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Flybe warns of profit hit from IT systems upgrade

Transport
Despite the hefty penalty, Martin Flanagan believes it was a 'good day at the office' for Tesco. Picture: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Martin Flanagan: Tesco continues rehabilitation

Retail

Brexit begins as Article 50 letter is handed over

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Brexit: EU ‘prepared to walk away from talks with no deal’

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‘Human waste’ found in Coke cans prompts police probe

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Theresa May tells country to unite as UK’s EU exit is signed

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Landlord bans ‘coloured people’ because of ‘curry smell’

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Holocaust exhibition open at Scottish Parliament. Picture: Contributed

Holocaust exhibition open to the public at the Scottish Parliament

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President Trump and Vice-President Mike Pence seen as House Speaker Paul Ryan, above, announces withdrawal of the bill. Picture: Getty

Donald Trump humiliated over health bill

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Displaced Iraqis flee their homes due to fighting between government troops and IS. Picture: AFP/Getty

Threat of more air strikes sends thousands fleeing Mosul

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A woman confronts police officers blocking a street during an opposition rally in Minsk. Photograph: AP

Belarus protesters clash with police over ‘parasites tax’

World 4
Brewdog owns the trademark to "punk" in relation to beer.

Brewdog admits "mistake that hurt" over trademark row

Odd 3
Festival-goers will be encouraged to wear unicorn horns at the Knockengorroch World Ceilidh Music Festival. Picture: Contributed

‘Unicorns’ are alive and well in Galloway

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Ayrshire dog day care centre owner Malcolm Balish wants wider regulation. Picture: John Devlin

Scottish dog daycare regulations ‘are a postcode lottery’

Odd 3

Former Scots monastery on sale for same price as London flat

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Milllennials believe their financial future is 'as good as parents'

Odd 1

E.Coli-linked cheesemaker to recommence production

Odd 7

Shop flooded with 2,000 orders for Buckfast Easter Egg

Odd 6

Video: Chance to spot Northern Lights in Edinburgh tonight

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Heather Reid shares optimism over future of science education

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Ed Sheeran appearing obn Comic Relief - Photographer: Jamie Carter

Sheeran’s Comic Relief trip sparks tears

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John Lennon and Yoko Ono, with their children, Julian, left, and Kyoko, on holiday at Durness, in Sutherland, in 1969. PIC: PA.

John Lennon and his holidays in the Scottish Highlands

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Colin Montgomerie on his wedding day with wife Gaynor Knowles. Picture: PA

Colin Montgomerie settles divorce from wife Gaynor

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Ian Gatt, secretary of the Scottish Pelagic Sustainability Group

Ian Gatt: Don’t overlook humble herring and mackerel

Opinion 1
The Global Seed Vault. The Vault is a safe storage facility for up to four and a half million seed samples of crops from all over the world.

Dr Glenn Bryan: Scots potato link to Svalbard seed vault

Opinion
Filming of the Down's Syndrome Scotland advert as part of their Awareness Week

Don’t see Down’s syndrome, see the person

Opinion

Obituary: Andy Coogan, athlete, Japanese POW camp survivor and inspirational figure

Obituaries

Obituary: James More, Edinburgh City Council Depute Town Clerk

Obituaries
Anne Mathewson obit

Obituary: Anne Mathewson, ran Clifton Hall School in Edinburgh

Obituaries
Adam Kennedy Bergius, DSC, submariner

Obituary: Adam Kennedy Bergius, DSC, Operation Sabre hero, submariner and sailor

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Getting the best for Scotlands children is the top priority and the government must look at all options.

Scott Macnab: Lessons to be learned on education

Opinion 7
David Watt, executive director of IoD Scotland. Picture: Neil Hanna

David Watt: Public sector superboards on ice, for now

Management 3
'Keep the heid' when it's time to do a deal, advises Jim Duffy. Picture: Ian Howarth

Jim Duffy: Greed and stupidity can always scupper a deal

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Despite the hefty penalty, Martin Flanagan believes it was a 'good day at the office' for Tesco. Picture: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Martin Flanagan: Tesco continues rehabilitation

Retail
'A quick browse of the opinion polls suggests not much has changed since 2014', writes Blair McDougall. Picture: John Devlin

Blair McDougall: SNP on wrong end of its own angry populism

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27/01/17 .  GLASGOW. Stock shot of HGV. HGV’s , lorry , lorries. HGV’s are being blames for damage to roads. Story by Al Dalton.

New ideas are needed to keep M8 traffic flowing

Opinion 6
Around two per cent of officers are armed

Chris Marshall: Arming our police won't defeat terrorism

Opinion 2

Ayesha Hazarika: What drives people towards this mindless cult of violence?

Opinion 3

Leader comment: Commando spirit shines in Claire Blackman

Opinion 1

Martyn McLaughlin: Sturgeon’s stateside trip promises to be curiously low-key

Opinion 28

Chris Marshall: The routine arming of police is not a decision to be rushed

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