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Hospital in meltdown as 36 patients left waiting for a bed

News

New poll shows drop in support for Scottish independence

Politics
The report follows a six-month inquiry by MSPs

Victims of crime ‘failed’ by Scottish prosecution service

Politics
Nuclear-powered submarine USS Michigan approaches at the southeastern port city of Busan. Picture: AFP PHOTO / YONHAP / YONHAP /

US sub arrives in South Korea amid nuclear test fears

World

Sir Elton John suffering from “potentially deadly” infection

Celebrity

Sturgeon: PM called election before fraud probe ‘catches up with her’

Politics

Exercise ‘prescription’ boosts brain power in the over 50s

News

No Labour deal with SNP after election, vows Corbyn

Politics
A 48-hour strike  has been suspended. Picture: PA

Virgin Trains strike suspended after ‘progress’ in talks

Transport

Lesley Riddoch: May won’t get completely free run

The Federation of Small Businesses found two-thirds of Scotland's small firms with EU workers were worried about future skills shortages. Picture: John Devlin

Small firms raise fresh Brexit fears over EU workers

Management 1
Full Ribbish Binns in The Leith Walk Area, Edinburgh. Buchanan Street.

Rubbish row spills over into election in Edinburgh

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Nuclear-powered submarine USS Michigan approaches at the southeastern port city of Busan. Picture: AFP PHOTO / YONHAP / YONHAP /

US sub arrives in South Korea amid nuclear test fears

World
Kathleen Neilly displays a basket of food at the Foodbank in Whitburn, West Lothian.

Foodbank referrals soar in areas signed up to Universal Credit

Politics 4
The report follows a six-month inquiry by MSPs

Victims of crime ‘failed’ by Scottish prosecution service

Politics
A leaked memo has revealed the pressure at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary. Picture: Greg Macvean

Hospital in meltdown as 36 patients left waiting for a bed

News 24

New poll shows drop in support for Scottish independence

Politics 103

No Labour deal with SNP after election, vows Corbyn

Politics 17

Sturgeon: PM called election before fraud probe ‘catches up with her’

Politics 481
A partial evacuation took place at Waverley.

Evacuation at Waverley confirmed as ‘false alarm’

News 3
Police Scotland launch Operation Close Pass, which will see drivers pulled over for passing too closely an unmarked police cyclist.

Leader comment: Road safety is a two-way street

Opinion 1
A 48-hour strike  has been suspended. Picture: PA

Virgin Trains strike suspended after ‘progress’ in talks

Transport 1
Operation Close Pass will see motorists who pass unmarked cars too cloesly pulled over. Picture: contributed.

Police to pull over Edinburgh drivers ‘too close to cyclists’

News 94

Flying Scotsman and 3 modern trains celebrate UK railways

Transport 1

Road safety alert over lethal ‘march of the smombies’

Transport 4

Drug-drive limits and new tests to be introduced in Scotland

Transport 59
Do we really need to spend money on telling parents to read to their children, asks David Bone

David Bone: Take some reponsibility for yourself

News
Oxford University, where students have been issues strict guidelines in a bid to avoid racist behaviour. Picture: Pixabay

University students warned ‘looking away could be racist’

Education 8
Katherine McMahon realised she had to exercise to be healthy. Picture: Neil Hanna

‘Fat’ feminist jogger defies PE class persecutors

News 8
Pupils should be taught about consent in sexual relationships, says MSP.

Consent should be part of sex education, says MSP

Education 5
Sex education is an integral part of the curriculum, according to a government spokeswoman. Picture: Getty Images

Consent needs to be taught as part of sex education, says MSP

News 8
Heriot Watt has signed a multi-million poud deal with oil giant Total (PIC: ROB MCDOUGALL)

Heriot-Watt signs £2.5m research deal with oil giant Total

News 2
Edinburgh University Medical School. Researchers will join a UK-wide team investigating dementia. Picture: TSPL

Edinburgh researchers join £250m dementia project

Tech

‘Cultural step change’ called for over Scottish school meals

Health 6

Leader comment: School meal offerings still not serving their purpose

Opinion 2

Malala Yousafzai friends set to attend Edinburgh University

News 6

Mary Brown: Higher pay encourages cheating students

Opinion 1
Full Ribbish Binns in The Leith Walk Area, Edinburgh. Buchanan Street.

Rubbish row spills over into election in Edinburgh

News 44
Renewable energy technology can only benefit us, says David Cole-Hamilton. Picture: John Devlin.

David Cole-Hamilton: Emissions cut is win-win

Opinion 1
People walk through a snow shower along Grampian Road in Aviemore. Picture: PA

Scotland’s weather: Snow falls around country

News 3
One of the new Red Pandas is welcomed to Edinburgh Zoo. Picture: RZSS/Katie Paton

Edinburgh Zoo’s red pandas move into new enclosure together

News

Rare reef at Loch Carron devastated by scallop dredging

Environment

Video: Minke whale stranded on beach in Elie refloated

News 1
Martin Gillespie has been the lead piper with Skerryvore since helping to form the band in Tiree in 2005.

Scots piping star's secret five-year battle with medical condition

News
Fears have been raised over bed blocking in Edinburgh hospitals. Picture; Greg Macvean

Fears over bed blocking as delayed discharges double

News 3
Do we really need to spend money on telling parents to read to their children, asks David Bone

David Bone: Take some reponsibility for yourself

News
Kathleen Neilly displays a basket of food at the Foodbank in Whitburn, West Lothian.

Foodbank referrals soar in areas signed up to Universal Credit

Politics 4
New study suggests a combination of exercise  at least 45 minutes a few times a week could boost brain power in the over-50s.

Exercise ‘prescription’ boosts brain power in the over 50s

News
A leaked memo has revealed the pressure at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary. Picture: Greg Macvean

Hospital in meltdown as 36 patients left waiting for a bed

News 24
The 10 mile event makes its way through the Meadows, Edinburgh. Picture Toby Williams.

Thousands take part in Great Edinburgh Run

News 2

New Maggie’s Centre in Larbert opens thanks to Moonwalk

News

Obesity ‘causes more deaths than smoking’

News 1

Rangers legend Fernando Ricksen: I can’t tell my girl I have MND

News 1

Major breakthrough in search for cause of MS

News 1
Sir Elton John has cancelled a series of shows in the US. Picture: Billy Benight/PA Wire

Sir Elton John suffering from “potentially deadly” infection

Celebrity
Jimmy Choo's largest shareholder has thrown its weight behind the sale process. Picture: Contributed

Luxury shoe brand Jimmy Choo puts itself up for sale

Retail
Kathleen Neilly displays a basket of food at the Foodbank in Whitburn, West Lothian.

Foodbank referrals soar in areas signed up to Universal Credit

Politics 4

Record for dividends but growth ‘narrowly based’

Companies

Derek Halden: Development must link to transport

Opinion

Theresa May ‘would be prepared to launch pre-emptive nuclear strike’

Politics 25

Jailed British-Iranian woman loses final stage of appeal

UK
Shutting banks can have a knock-on effect, says DE Johnston

DE Johnston: Are we being served? Not by my ‘local’ bank

Opinion
Renewable energy technology can only benefit us, says David Cole-Hamilton. Picture: John Devlin.

David Cole-Hamilton: Emissions cut is win-win

Opinion 1
Scottish Institute for Enterprise chief Fiona Godsman says start-ups like Pick Protection and snap40 can follow in the footsteps of home-grown 'unicorns' BrewDog and Skyscanner. Picture: Contributed

Fiona Godsman: Let’s grow more Scottish unicorns

Companies 1
David Spaven, Scottish representative Rail Freight Group

David Spaven: There is whisky galore but we must mind the gap and let rail take strain

Opinion
Derek Halden, CILT Scottish Committee

Derek Halden: Development must link to transport

Opinion

Leader comment: Road safety is a two-way street

Opinion 1

Janet Christie’s Mum’s the Word

News

Ian Buchannan: We’re coming for the environmental criminals

Opinion 2

Elaine Logan: Pastoral care is no longer an optional extra

Opinion
Nuclear-powered submarine USS Michigan approaches at the southeastern port city of Busan. Picture: AFP PHOTO / YONHAP / YONHAP /

US sub arrives in South Korea amid nuclear test fears

World
Marine Le Pen has announced she is temporarily stepping down from leading her party.

Marine Le Pen stepping down as leader of National Front

World 4
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. Picture: ED JONES/AFP/Getty Images

America ‘will not rule out strike against North Korea’

World 6
Presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron. Picture: Vincent Isore/IP3/Getty Images.

Emmanuel Macron: I will reunite split France

World 5

Centrist Macron and far-right Le Pen in French presidency fight

Politics 3

French election: Macron will face Le Pen in run-off

World 12

Expat Scot Ben Letham killed in paraglider accident in New Zealand

World

France presidential election: Voters begin casting ballots

World 1
Three topiary heads created by Michael Kaplan in his garden. Picture: SWNS

Edinburgh man spends 2,000 hours sculpting ‘head’ hedges

News
Couples aer spending almost 20 per cent less on engagement rings.

Amount spent on engagement ring plummets

Odd
Which? was able to set up a fake profile on AirBnB which remained up for almost two weeks.

AirBnB takes almost two weeks to remove "fraudulent" account

Odd
A scone. But how do you pronounce it? Picture: Contributed

Scone or scone? Our pronunciation depends on where we live

Odd 1
Derek Halden, CILT Scottish Committee

Derek Halden: Development must link to transport

Opinion
Douglas McLachlan is a partner, Anderson Strathern, and specialises in intellectual property law.

Douglas McLachlan: Pomegranate pipped at the post in advert wars

Opinion
Borders Railway Golden Ticket Holders get to ride on the new rail line the day before the first fare paying passengers. A train on the line at Borthwick

Ian Burke: Borders bang-on for business bonanza

Opinion 1
Erin Moran has died at the age of 56. Picture: AP

Obituary: Erin Moran, actress who found fame in US sitcom Happy Days

Obituaries
FILE: Former England and Aston Villa defender Ugo Ehiogu dies at 44 after suffering a cardiac arrest. CHESTER, ENGLAND - JANUARY 25:  Ugo Ehiogu manager of Tottenham Hotspur U21 looks on prior to the Barclays U21 Premier League match between Liverpool U21 and Tottenham Hotspur U21 at Lookers Vauxhall Stadium on January 25, 2016 in Chester, England.  (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

Obituary: Ugo Ehiogu, former England defender who became partner in a record label

Obituaries

Obituary: Elizabeth Fairgrieve, occupational therapist who touched countless lives

Obituaries

Obituary: Bill Thomson, Govan-born Canadian soccer coach

Obituaries

Sir Elton John suffering from “potentially deadly” infection

Celebrity

Mark Millar’s journey from Glasgow to Gotham

News
Girl band 
Bananarama
. Picture: contributed.

Bananarama are back - and will be touring all their hits

Celebrity
Brian Limond, creator of the hit BBC Scotland series Limmys Show, will release his second book of short stories next month. Picture: John Devlin/TSPL

Interview: Limmy reveals how coding skills made him famous

Tech 2
Pink Floyd's Roger Waters, who is to release his first solo studio album for 25 years. Picture: David Parry/PA Wire

Pink Floyd frontman in first album release for 25 years

UK 1