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Yes Scotland £500,000 in debt after referendum

Politics 84
Labour MP Marie Rimmer leaves Glasgow Sheriff Court. Picture: PA

Trial of Labour MP accused of assaulting Yes supporter adjourned

News
Wild camping mess is ruining popular walks

Blanket ban on wild camping considered after campaign

Travel 14
Nicola Sturgeon will make the call this week. Picture: contributed

SNP to target ‘soft’ No voters in new Scottish independence drive

Politics 618

Highland community hydro project reaches £900,000 milestone

News 6

ScotRail say 900,000 journeys made fraudulently each year

News 7

CalMac announce plans for transforming ferry services

News 1

Brian Monteith: Mike Russell can be our Brexit Braveheart

Politics 33
The United Airlines pilots were arrested on suspicion of being under the influence of alcohol. Picture: Wiki Commons

Two pilots arrested ‘under the influence’ at Glasgow Airport

Transport 8
Icas chief executive Anton Colella said the freedom to hire people across Europe must be a 'crucial' part of Brexit talks. Picture: Contributed

Finance chiefs downbeat in wake of Brexit vote

Financial
Some farmers need subsidy but still voted for Brexit. Picture: Contributed

Farmers need to make the case for keeping subsidies

Farming 4
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has said that a Federal system set up  Picture: Getty Images

Scotland needs home rule according to Gordon Brown

Politics
Labour MP Marie Rimmer leaves Glasgow Sheriff Court. Picture: PA

Trial of Labour MP accused of assaulting Yes supporter adjourned

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Yes Scotland are almost half a million in debt after the referendum Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Yes Scotland £500,000 in debt after referendum

Politics 84
John McDonnell (left) says Sir Richard Branson should be stripped of his knighthood. Picture: PA

Leader comment: Time for Labour leadership to stop digging

Opinion 6

Brian Monteith: Mike Russell can be our Brexit Braveheart

Politics 33

Leader comment: Great retailer BHS did not need to fail

Opinion 1

Lesley Riddoch: Democracy means keeping it local

Opinion 11

Slump in bus routes across Scotland ‘must be investigated’

Politics 13
The CalMac ferry to Rothesay. Picture: John Devlin

CalMac announce plans for transforming ferry services

News 1
Thousands of rails passengers dodge paying for a ticket. Picture: John Devlin

ScotRail say 900,000 journeys made fraudulently each year

News 7
Routes have dropped and fares have increased despite some companies, such as First, getting taxpayer�subsidies. Picture: Michael Gillen

Slump in bus routes across Scotland ‘must be investigated’

Politics 13

Two pilots arrested ‘under the influence’ at Glasgow Airport

Transport 8

Rail operators call for trees to be cut amid damage to trains

Transport 5

Quest to identify Tay Road Bridge workers in classic photographs

Dundee 2

Jodi Gordon: Medal tally won’t cut our cycling death toll

Cycling 6
Exterior view of Whitburn Academy.

West Lothian teacher faces ban after being accused of sleeping with pupil

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Scientists are a step closer to developing a test for early-stage Parkinson's disease. Picture: PA

Scientists close on test for early-stage Parkinson’s disease

Tech 5
Mark McDonald with primary school children, who he believes will benefit from early exposure to education

Councils challenge SNP vow to double free childcare

Education 65
Early learning is thought to encourage a later development

Leader: Parents’ lives will be transformed by nursery plan

Opinion 8
Under current rules private tutors are not required to undergo any background checks before offering lessons to young people. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Jane Bradley: Regulation is needed for tutors

Opinion 1
Converge Challenge director Olga Kozlova, centre, with Rebecca Pick of Strathclyde University and Edinburgh University's Richard Walker. Picture: Lesley Martin

Shortlist revealed for student entrepreneurs contest

Companies 3
The biggest reductions have been seen amongst women and mature students. Picture: Toby Williams

Number of students falls dramatically under new college setup

Education 17

Ambitious virtual Gaelic school wins £700,000 boost

News 11

Demand for Catholic school places prompts ‘baptism checks’

Education 65

£33m sports facility at Strathclyde University given green light

News 2

Death and bereavement on primary schools’ timetable

News
The bay of Ullapool in the Scottish Highlands. Picture: Jon Savage

Highland community hydro project reaches £900,000 milestone

News 6
A tidal turbine is pulled out to location Picture: Scottish Renewables

World first as tidal turbine system supplies national grid with electricity

Energy 2
A crowd gathers as the sun reflects from a new office building in the City of London. Photograph: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images

Scots engineer designs hi-tech tool to reduce sun’s glare

News 1

Census shows mixed fortunes for declining harbour seal colonies

Environment 1

Scottish wildcat breeding centre opened to save Highland cats

Environment 1

New £12m hydro scheme opens in the Highlands

News 7
Scientists are a step closer to developing a test for early-stage Parkinson's disease. Picture: PA

Scientists close on test for early-stage Parkinson’s disease

Tech 5
With 72,000 children across Scotland currently receiving treatment for asthma, there are fears that a lack of proper management of the condition was causing problems. Picture: Chris Rogers

Lack of Scots asthma care causes ‘unacceptable’ death rates

News 7
Pancreatic cancer survivor Noreen Leighton. Picture: contributed

Scots scientists lead cancer resistance trial

News
DermalClinic. Picture: Contributed

Scottish spa treatment: DermalClinic, Edinburgh

Health
Lily Jencks at the London Maggies Centre. Picture: Debra Hurford

Lily Jencks on success of Maggie’s Centres 20 years on

Lifestyle
Researchers from QMU spoke to people drinking nearly ten times the recommended weekly alcohol limit. Picture: iStockphoto/Getty

Alcohol price plan ‘will harm biggest drinkers’

News 31
Cystic fibrosis pioneer, Dr Robert Ryan. Picture: Contributed

Leading scientist suspended amid ‘research misconduct’ investigation

News 17

Tragic teen footballer saves two lives with organ donation

News 10

Smokers sought for study on safety of e-cigarettes

News

Cheap paint ingredient paves way to repairing broken bones

News

Scientists identify gene that cuts coffee urges

News
Monzo chief executive Tom Blomfield says major lenders face being swept away by new technology. Picture: Monzo/PA Wire

Challenger bank says rivals ‘face ruin’ from tech

Financial
Labour MP Marie Rimmer leaves Glasgow Sheriff Court. Picture: PA

Trial of Labour MP accused of assaulting Yes supporter adjourned

News
More and more people are using contactless payment. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Wallets lighter with contactless payments on the rise

UK
Theresa May will lay down her ministers roles in the implementation of the Brexit vote. Picture: PA

Theresa May calls Cabinet to discuss plans for Brexit

Politics 11

Lord Janner abuse claims ‘should be heard in court’

UK 1

Labour to fight for ‘diverse and united’ UK

Politics

BHS set to leave high street as final stores close

UK

John McDonnell calls for Virgin boss to be stripped of knighthood

UK 18
An artists impression issued by Nasa of the Juno spacecraft making its approach to Jupiter. Picture: NASA

Juno makes record-breaking close approach to Jupiter

Tech
Mr Farage spoke at a rally for Mr Trump in Mississippi. Picture: Getty

‘Trump was my warm-up’, says Nigel Farage after speech

World 2
At least 10 more Turkish tanks crossed the border into Syria a day after pro-Ankara Syrian opposition fighters ousted jihadists from the town of Jarabulus close to the frontier.
Picture: Getty Images

Rebels advance in northern Syria despite airstrikes

World 1
Picture: Gary Hodgson

Reindeer enjoy the Cairngorms snow in summer weather

Odd 5
Newlands was jailed at the High Court in Glasgow. File picture: John Devlin

Judge says ‘LOL’ as he jails man over Facebook boast

Glasgow 1
Scots actor Alan Cummin. Picture: Contributed

Alan Cumming ‘cures’ Nicola Sturgeon’s fear of dogs

News 75

Is this one of the best hat-tricks of all time?

News 7

Thieves steal 230 ducks from Aberdeenshire farm

News 4

Millionaire fined for racist rants in bar of Gleneagles Hotel

News 12

Tesco removes Saltire from fruit after English complaints

Odd 192
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds performed in Glasgow. Picture: Jane Barlow

Noel Gallagher jokes with Celtic fans during Glasgow gig

Music 19
Trump with, from left to right, his sister Maryanne Trump Barry and cousins Willie Murray, Alasdair Murray, Calum Murray and Chrissie Murray at the house in Tong where his mother was brought up

Insight: Why does the Trump trail go cold in the Hebrides?

World 24
Comedian Frankie Boyle has criticised 'risk averse' TV comedy in the UK. Picture: Robert Perry

Frankie Boyle warns ‘risk averse’ TV comedy becoming ‘stale’

TV & Radio 13
Former X-Factor contestant Wagner. Picture: Contributed

Scots joker dupes X-Factor star Wagner

News
The gap was close to 20 per cent last year. Picture: PA

Take steps to address any gender pay gap now

Opinion
The unravelling of Ryan Lochtes claim that he had been robbed played out on social media. Picture: AFP/Getty

Don’t just take the plunge on Twitter

Opinion
Picture: Ian Georgeson

The price to pay for full cost court fees is too high

Opinion 1
Former chair, NHS Highland. Picture: Ewen Weatherspoon

Obituary: Caroline Thomson OBE, former chair, NHS Highland

Obituaries
A scene from the Long Good Friday, a film produced by Barry Hanson. Picture: Kobal Collection

Obituary: Barry Hanson, British film producer

Obituaries
George Fraser, Burma veteran and licensed grocer. Picture: Contributed

Obituary: George Fraser MBE TD, soldier and licensed grocer

Obituaries
Brian Rix, actor and disability campaigner. Picture: Getty Images

Obituary: Lord Brian Rix, actor and disability campaigner

Obituaries
Passive investments allow you to take part in the equity ride but without all the slog. Picture: PA

Bill Jamieson: Injecting activism into passive investments

Opinion
St Kilda was finally evacuated on economic grounds in 1930

On this day: St Kilda was evacuated on ‘economic’ grounds

Opinion
The gap was close to 20 per cent last year. Picture: PA

Take steps to address any gender pay gap now

Opinion
The unravelling of Ryan Lochtes claim that he had been robbed played out on social media. Picture: AFP/Getty

Don’t just take the plunge on Twitter

Opinion
Picture: Ian Georgeson

The price to pay for full cost court fees is too high

Opinion 1
Scotland has been living under a cloud of uncertainty for several years. Picture: Steven Scott Taylor

Private equity funds need an incentive to invest in Scotland

Opinion
John McDonnell (left) says Sir Richard Branson should be stripped of his knighthood. Picture: PA

Leader comment: Time for Labour leadership to stop digging

Opinion 6

Brian Monteith: Mike Russell can be our Brexit Braveheart

Politics 33

Leader comment: Great retailer BHS did not need to fail

Opinion 1

Brian Ferguson: Culture events in historic buildings offer hope

Opinion

Lesley Riddoch: Democracy means keeping it local

Opinion 11