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Nicola Sturgeon seeks Holyrood backing for Scots EU deal

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A review made 39 recommendations for improvement. Picture: Hemedia

Police Scotland to revisit counter corruption policy after probe

Politics 5
David Cameron emerges from Downing Street after a cabinet meeting. Picture: Getty Images

Britain ‘ready to confront’ economic storm post-Brexit vote

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The report compared the running of Aberdeen Crematorium to Mortonhall. Picture: Greg Macvean

Babies cremations ‘abhorrent’, finds ashes scandal report

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Kelvingrove appeals for song suggestions for anniversary recital

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Sadiq Khan makes call for vigilance over Brexit hate crimes

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Muirfield seeking fresh vote on women members

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Highland hotel at which King George V was once guest up for sale

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Being part of the EU had led to a substantial reduction in most industrial sources of water and air pollution. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Ilona Amos: Brexit is bad news for moves to cut pollution

Opinion 1
EasyJet has suffered 'extremely challenging' trading conditions. Picture: Ian Georgeson

EasyJet flags £28m profit hit amid EU vote uncertainty

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Foxtons joined EasyJet in delivering a post-Brexit profit alert. Picture: Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty Images

Martin Flanagan: Brexit unleashes profit warnings

Companies
There was a muted atmosphere at the Ingliston show. Picture: Toby Williams

Brian Henderson: Silver lining hard to discern at RHS

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Leave campaign figureheads Michael Gove and Boris Johnson. A petition calling for a re-run of the referendum has been signed over three million times. Picture: Getty

80,000 ‘fake names’ sign petition for second EU referendum

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Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson is expected to run for leader of the Conservative Party to become PM. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Leaders: Job vacancy - someone to lead the UK Government

Opinion 5

Police Scotland to revisit counter corruption policy after probe

Politics 5

Babies cremations ‘abhorrent’, finds ashes scandal report

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Labour MP Chris Bryant suspects Corbyn voted for Brexit

Politics

Sadiq Khan makes call for vigilance over Brexit hate crimes

Politics 3
EasyJet has suffered 'extremely challenging' trading conditions. Picture: Ian Georgeson

EasyJet flags £28m profit hit amid EU vote uncertainty

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An image posted on social media of the incident

Two children in ‘serious’ condition after M&D rollercoaster crash

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A Jet2 plane at Edinburgh Airport. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Jet2 winter flights from Capital to double

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The channel tunnel may see a rush of migrants, a transport boss has warned. (Picture: Denis Charlet/AFP)

Brexit could spark rush on Channel Tunnel, says Eurotunnel boss

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American Airlines passengers use emergency slide At Heathrow

UK

Further rail strikes threatened if talks break down

Transport 5

‘Pessimistic’ passenger forecasts hit bid to reopen Scots rail lines

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Man dies after falling from scallop fishing boat off Shetland

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Stirling University is affected by the strike action. Picture: TSPL

Scottish universities hit by strike action over pay

Education 8
Some 95% of pupils with support needs are in mainstream schools. Picture: Ian Rutherford

10-year low in specialist support teacher numbers in Scotland

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Maria Arias, centre, works with a  classmate. The youngster has been robbed at gunpoint in school. Picture: AP

Venezuela’s schools failing with few teachers or pupils

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Teachers vote in favour of industrial action.

Teachers back industrial action in workload dispute

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The University of Dundee contributes more than �740 a year to the economy. Picture: Jane Barlow

University of Dundee contributes £740m to economy, study reveals

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Save the Children have urged John Swinney to tackle speech and language development in toddlers. Picture: Andrew Cowan

John Swinney urged to focus on child speech development

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EU referendum: Nine in 10 university staff ‘backing Remain’

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Closure-hit schools reopen earlier than expected

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The battle to find hundreds of teachers in Scotland

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Teachers urged to say how they can reduce their workload

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Being part of the EU had led to a substantial reduction in most industrial sources of water and air pollution. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Ilona Amos: Brexit is bad news for moves to cut pollution

Opinion 1
The wild ponies at Strathbeg are a breed native to Poland.

Hungry horses help endangered meadows bloom again

Environment
Mike Park. Picture: submitted

What impact will European Union exit have on fishing?

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Ilona Amos: Oz rat falls victim to Climate change

Opinion 3

Maritime Craft Services unveils new addition to fleet

Transport 1

Scots windfarm to power Nestle’s UK and Ireland factories

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Dr Gillian Smith . Picture: submitted

What will happen to health post European Union exit?

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Anti-diabetic medicines called SGLT2 inhibitors act to reduce blood sugar levels and have been shown to offer some improvements to heart disease. Picture: TSPL

Diabetes drugs to be used to tackle heart failure in world first

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The adaptable and mobile scanners could be used to assess injuries in warzones or developing countries. Picture: Getty

Scotland leads the way in healthcare at a distance

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Scottish mortality rates see a significant rise. Picture: Contributed

Concern over unexpected increase in Scottish mortality rates

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Homecare for elderly could be plunged into 'crisis' over new living wage.

Elderly care ‘crisis’ looming over Living Wage

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Staffing issues have severely hampered the NHS. Picture: Jayne Wright

Lizzy Buchan: NHS staff pledge must become reality

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Obese Cilla with PDSA Vet Stephen Mcardle.

Fat dogs ‘more miserable’ than slimmer counterparts

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Ex-Rangers player Fernando Ricksen launches MND fund

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Scotland faces ‘real’ NHS funding gap, doctors warn

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Alzheimer’s and diabetes link pinpointed by study

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Nine out of ten Scots are now registered with a dentist

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EasyJet has suffered 'extremely challenging' trading conditions. Picture: Ian Georgeson

EasyJet flags £28m profit hit amid EU vote uncertainty

Transport 2
Foxtons joined EasyJet in delivering a post-Brexit profit alert. Picture: Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty Images

Martin Flanagan: Brexit unleashes profit warnings

Companies
Leave campaign figureheads Michael Gove and Boris Johnson. A petition calling for a re-run of the referendum has been signed over three million times. Picture: Getty

80,000 ‘fake names’ sign petition for second EU referendum

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Labour MP Chris Bryant suspects Corbyn voted for Brexit

Politics

Sadiq Khan makes call for vigilance over Brexit hate crimes

Politics 3

Jeremy Corbyn told he has “no authority” as Labour MPs resign

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Miche�l Martin said that Ireland should support any bid by an independent Scotland to regain EU membership. Picture: Getty Images

Ireland ‘should help fast-track Scotland back into EU’

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Alistair Allan, Minister For International Development and Europe meets Casa Amiga co-owner Patricia Da Silva. Picture: Steven Scott Taylor

EU nationals in Scotland voice concerns over Brexit

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) meets US Secretary of State John Kerry on June 27
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Israel and Turkey announce reconciliation deal to end rift

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Alex Salmond has said that Westminster can override a Scots veto. Picture: PA

Holyrood can’t block Brexit, admits Alex Salmond

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The famous organ at Kelvingrove organ. Picture: John Devlin

Kelvingrove appeals for song suggestions for anniversary recital

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The Mexican Mariachi Band, Juan Direction. Picture: Paddy Power

Paddy Power welcomes Trump to Scotland with Mexican band

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Gary the Goat is bidding for PM's job. Picture: Facebook

Australia’s Gary the Goat up for PM’s job

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There have been largely positive reviews for the "Iron Brew" flavoured vapour. Picture: AFP/Getty

‘Iron Brew’ e-cigarette flavour a hit with Scottish vapers

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Rescue mission sparked by student studying moths

Odd

Cow ‘flyover’ created for Royal Highland Show

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Video: Cristiano Ronaldo throws reporter’s microphone into river

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Nude Margaret Thatcher sculpture unveiled by artist

Odd 5
Former celebrity publicist Max Clifford. Picture: PA

Max Clifford set for trial over historic indecent assault allegations

UK
Actress Courteney Cox. Picture: Getty Images

Friends star Courteney Cox parties at Edinburgh Elton John gig

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Eddie Izzard attends the Whisky Galore premiere at the Festival Theatre. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Eddie Izzard unaware Whisky Galore was a true story

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Landlords could put in a new boiler instead of changing the lighting to reduce carbon footprints. Picture: PA

Danny Lafferty: Landlords need help on energy regulations

Opinion
Too few jobs are advertised as offering flexibility and this has consequences for workers and workplaces, our society and economy. Picture: Catherine Yeulet

Nikki Slowey: Why flexible working could be worth embracing

Opinion
The fact that the Named Person scheme cannot prevent every tragic death of an abused child is not hugely surprising. Picture: Hemedia

Gordon Macdonald: ‘Named persons’ heading down same road as poll tax?

Opinion
Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson is expected to run for leader of the Conservative Party to become PM. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Leaders: Job vacancy - someone to lead the UK Government

Opinion 5
Landlords could put in a new boiler instead of changing the lighting to reduce carbon footprints. Picture: PA

Danny Lafferty: Landlords need help on energy regulations

Opinion
Being part of the EU had led to a substantial reduction in most industrial sources of water and air pollution. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Ilona Amos: Brexit is bad news for moves to cut pollution

Opinion 1
Wales fans are still in the game with their team seeking to reach the last four of a major finals for the first time ever. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Alan Pattullo: Show goes on at Planet Football no matter what

Opinion
Too few jobs are advertised as offering flexibility and this has consequences for workers and workplaces, our society and economy. Picture: Catherine Yeulet

Nikki Slowey: Why flexible working could be worth embracing

Opinion
The fact that the Named Person scheme cannot prevent every tragic death of an abused child is not hugely surprising. Picture: Hemedia

Gordon Macdonald: ‘Named persons’ heading down same road as poll tax?

Opinion
A lot of these claims management firms use cold calling to find customers. Picture: Neil Hanna

Be careful not to fall for the slick patter of claims firms

Opinion

No rush to build a bonfire of workers’ rights after Brexit

Opinion

John McTernan: Brexit one of many reasons Corbyn must go

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Brian Monteith: Scots Remain vote doesn’t justify indyref 2

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Bill Jamieson: Whatever next for experts caught on the hop?

Opinion