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Stewart Hosie and Angus MacNeil are alleged to have had affairs with Serena Cowdy.

No probe into SNP love triangle MPs’ expenses

Politics

Road rage driver jailed after crash leaves two sisters paralysed

Transport
Aberdeen has been badly hit with Shell announcing job losses this week. Picture: Ian Rutherford

UK government makes first ever loss on North Sea oil

Politics

Human ‘wolves’ to patrol Highland forest to help deer

Odd

Transatlantic price war starts as Delta starts route to New York

Transport

Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey ‘may never run again’

News
Ewan McGregor on the set of Trainspotting with Ewen Bremner who plays Spud. Picture: John Devlin/ SWNS

Ewan McGregor arrives on set for Trainspotting 2 filming

Film
Volunteers and Lifeguards help an inflatable boat with refugees, crossing the sea from Turkey. Picture: Alexander Koerner/Getty Images

Scotland has taken in more refugees than any other part of UK

News 1
Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale in Glasgow. Picture: John Devlin

Kezia Dugdale accuses Leave campaigners of ‘fear and division’ scare tactics

News 3
The 2 Sisters boss said Brexit would put 'many food businesses at risk'. Picture: Ian Rutherford/TSPL

Brexit could ‘decimate food industry’, warns 2 Sisters boss

Farming 4
Primary school teacher Jane Callister has been struck off. Picture: Deadline News

Elgin teacher struck off after hiding pupil’s knife

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Rich are four times more likely to go to university than the poor

Education 53
Fergus Ewing said he was 'acutely aware' of the task facing him. Picture: John Devlin

Clearing up CAP ‘mess’ is Fergus Ewing’s top priority

Farming 11

Police chief ‘worried’ by lack of women for senior jobs

Politics 13

Kirk agrees Forces Covenant to help troops and their families

Politics

UK government makes first ever loss on North Sea oil

Politics 87

EU referendum: Mundells split on EU as son votes for Brexit

Politics 28

Road rage driver jailed after crash leaves two sisters paralysed

Transport 2
Calvin Harris cancels shows after LA car crash. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Calvin Harris cancels shows to recover from crash injuries

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Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Drone came 100ft from crashing into aircraft at Glasgow Airport

Transport 1
Delta Air Lines will fly from Edinburgh to New York all year round. Picture: Contributed

Transatlantic price war starts as Delta starts route to New York

Transport 7

ScotRail train driver arrested for allegedly being drunk

Transport

Pensioner banned and ordered to resit test for U-turn on M74

News 3

Scots pupils hurt in crash on way to Alton Towers

News

Scooting and skating to school hits new record

Transport
Alexander Enoch, founder of Robotical, with his robot, Marty. Picture: Neil Hanna/TSPL

Toy robot is child’s play for crowdfunding Scots inventor

News
Primary school teacher Jane Callister has been struck off. Picture: Deadline News

Elgin teacher struck off after hiding pupil’s knife

News 3
The Glasgow School of Art was hit by the blaze in May 2014. Picture: David Barz/AFP/Getty Images

Crafts created from the ashes of Glasgow School of Art fire

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Picture: PA

Rich are four times more likely to go to university than the poor

Education 53
Greg Binnie was among the Hibs fans who invaded the pitch after the match. Picture: Greg Macvean

Greg Binnie to face George Watson’s College disciplinary hearing

News 28
The girl fell ill after running an 800m race. Picture: TSPL

Shotts schoolgirl, 14, dies after collapsing in PE lesson

News 1

Teacher ‘told’ Higher pupils what was in exam paper

News 3

Leaders: Scotland’s education problems will test Swinney

News 17

Joyce McMillan: Education reform a thankless task

News 26

Open day at Portobello High as new campus nears completion

News 4
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Human ‘wolves’ to patrol Highland forest to help deer

Odd 3
Helen Pratt, project manager of Interface Food and Drink. Picture: Sandy Young

Farming industry to benefit from innovative project winners

News 1
Environment Secretary Roseanna Cunningham. Picture: Greg Macvean

Landowners call for ‘rural concord’ over land reform plans

Politics 17

Baby red squirrels abandoned in Dundee saved by dog walker

News 1

Third climber dies of altitude sickness in 4 days on Everest

World 1
Pauline Cafferkey is taken to hospital in  February this year. Picture: HeMedia

Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey ‘may never run again’

News
Stirling  has been announced as the location for a major new spring marathon in 2017. 
Picture: Peter Devlin

Stirling set to host new Scottish marathon in 2017

Stirling
A perfect death probably does not exist. Picture: Greg Macvean

Lizzy Buchan: Talking about death only way to remove its sting

News
Singer Michelle McManus launches this year's Breast Cancer Care Strawberry Tea campain. Picture Ian Georgeson

Michelle McManus launches Strawberry Tea campaign for Breast Cancer Care

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Scotland is now a nation of home drinkers rather than pub-goers. Picture: iStock

Scots’ drink levels up as off-licence sales soar

News 16
Restaurant owner Mohammed Zaman ignored potentially deadly allergies. Picture: Hemedia

Martyn McLaughlin: Every death caused by allergies is avoidable

News

Scotland’s hospital mortality rate down 16.5% in eight years

News

Scottish breast cancer drug discovery offers new treatment hope

News 2

Unofficial carers in Scotland ‘soar by 40,000’ in five years

News

Paisley footballer, 20, dies after seizure

News 5

Road rage driver jailed after crash leaves two sisters paralysed

Transport 2
The 2 Sisters boss said Brexit would put 'many food businesses at risk'. Picture: Ian Rutherford/TSPL

Brexit could ‘decimate food industry’, warns 2 Sisters boss

Farming 4
Emolument found some salaries have risen more than a third this year. Picture: TSPL

Which jobs are receiving the biggest pay rises?

Management
The scene near Koh Samui in Thailand after a British woman died after a speedboat reportedly hit a rock and capsized. Picture: PA

Briton dead and another missing in Thailand speedboat accident

World

UK government makes first ever loss on North Sea oil

Politics 87

Crisis-hit Citizens Advice Scotland may be offloaded to Holyrood

Politics 12

Passengers will need Facebook to find cheap Eurostar fares

Transport 2

Brexit backing ex-military chief tells PM to ‘b***er off’

Politics 16
The Glasgow School of Art was hit by the blaze in May 2014. Picture: David Barz/AFP/Getty Images

Crafts created from the ashes of Glasgow School of Art fire

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Calvin Harris cancels shows after LA car crash. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Calvin Harris cancels shows to recover from crash injuries

News
The scene near Koh Samui in Thailand after a British woman died after a speedboat reportedly hit a rock and capsized. Picture: PA

Briton dead and another missing in Thailand speedboat accident

World
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Human ‘wolves’ to patrol Highland forest to help deer

Odd 3
A Wild West 'saloon', owned by Alistair Baranowski, Aberdeenshire, has been shortlisted in the Pub and Entertainment category in the Shed of the Year competition. Picture:  Cuprinol/PA

Scots in running for Shed of the Year contest

News 1

Baby red squirrels abandoned in Dundee saved by dog walker

News 1

Plant which grows tomatoes and potatoes on sale in Scotland

News 4

Fish caught three times in one week - by same angler

Odd 6
Ewan McGregor on the set of Trainspotting with Ewen Bremner who plays Spud. Picture: John Devlin/ SWNS

Ewan McGregor arrives on set for Trainspotting 2 filming

Film
Ruth Davidson with her partner Jen Wilson.


Picture: Neil Hanna

Scots Tory leader Ruth Davidson to marry partner Jen Wilson

News 28
Adele is already worth �85 million. Picture: PA

Adele set to sign record-breaking £90m contract with Sony

Music
The fact is that the role of religion in radicalisation (and deradicalisation) is grossly overestimated. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Roddy Gow: Key to deradicalisation is combating ignorance

News 2
Graham Boyack. Picture: Greg Macvean

Graham Boyack: University clinic marks 100th mediation

News
The Duke of York with Nick Jellicoe, the grandson of Admiral Sir John Jellicoe. Picture: PA

Dr Jennifer Novotny: Clyde ships crucial to naval war effort

News
Ian Wallace of that Ilk, businessman and descendant of the Sir William Wallace. Picture: Contributed

Obituary: Ian Wallace of that Ilk, businessman

Obituaries
John Krish, director of documentaries that charted 20th-century life. Picture: Contributed

Obituary: John Krish, documentary film-maker

Obituaries
Alexander (Sandy) James Pirrie, educational pioneer was a founding father figure for Livingston New Town. Picture: Contributed

Obituary: Alexander (Sandy) Pirie MBE, educational pioneer

Obituaries
New Education Secretary John Swinney during a visit to his former school,  Forrester High School. Picture: PA

Leaders: Scotland’s education problems will test Swinney

News 17
At the moment EU standards recognise and protect the status of products including Arbroath smokies, as well as Stornoway black pudding and various cheeses. Picture: Donald MacLeod

EU referendum: Is EU a ‘force for good’ or ‘stranglehold’?

News 7
The fact is that the role of religion in radicalisation (and deradicalisation) is grossly overestimated. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Roddy Gow: Key to deradicalisation is combating ignorance

News 2
Graham Boyack. Picture: Greg Macvean

Graham Boyack: University clinic marks 100th mediation

News
The Duke of York with Nick Jellicoe, the grandson of Admiral Sir John Jellicoe. Picture: PA

Dr Jennifer Novotny: Clyde ships crucial to naval war effort

News
It is a big ask for new education minister John Swinney to lead a revolution in educational management. Picture: PA

Joyce McMillan: Education reform a thankless task

News 26
Hugh Dallas attempts crouches on the pitch dazed after being struck by a coin. Picture: SNS Group

Jim Duffy: Only fair to spare some sympathy for man in charge

News

Leaders: The only possible quick fix is recovery by the barrel

News 2

Alastair Sim: Cancer fight ‘should not be hampered by borders’

News

Jan Savage: Lack of support from school at root of problem

News

Jonathan Wood: Right approach helps work out problems early

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