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Theresa May ‘rules out indyref2’ ahead of Brexit talks

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Many believe theHouse of Commons is sexist. Picture; PA

Majority of British public believe parliament is sexist

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Scotland is becoming a more tolerant place according to a recent study. Picture.

Scotland becoming a more tolerant place according to study

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York City's manager Jackie McNamara has been charged with fare dodging. Picture; Gordon Clayton

Jackie McNamara convicted of fare dodging on Edinburgh service

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George Galloway targets Natalie McGarry’s seat

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SNP MP Steven Paterson repays £40 he claimed for dog care

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18 amazing images of the Northern Lights over Scotland

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Video: first trailer of BBC comedy Still Game released

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Gloria Macleod with her daughters. Picture: Iain Ferguson/Contributed

MP fights to save Highland mum-of-two from deportation

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Andrew Tyrie said: 'We can't carry on like this.' Picture: Contributed

Bank IT systems leaving customers ‘exposed’, MP warns

Financial 2
Andy Street at the John Lewis store in Edinburgh. Picture: Phil Wilkinson

John Lewis boss quits to run for West Midlands mayor

Retail
NFU Scotland chief executive Scott Walker said the latest error would further undermine farmers' confidence. Picture: Contributed

Fresh fiasco as farm loan offers use wrong information

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The Pentland Studios project is earmarked for green belt land in Midlothian.

Nicola Sturgeon urged to intervene over film studio impasse

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South Korean Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn Picture; Greg Baker

New US missile base revealed – on a South Korean golf course

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu shakes hands with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas during the funeral of former Israeli leader Shimon Peres. Picture; Getty

Thousands gather for funeral of former-Israeli President, Shimon Peres

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Theresa May ‘rules out indyref2’ ahead of Brexit talks

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EU nations ‘shunting migrants’ to UK says Archbishop of York

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Study finds more work needed on public finance reporting

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SNP MP Steven Paterson repays £40 he claimed for dog care

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M8 looking west at the Baillieston interchange

Drivers warned of weekend delays from tonight on M73

Transport
Arnold Clark saw used car sales motor ahead by almost 11%. Picture: Contributed

Arnold Clark drives up turnover to record levels

Retail
Calmac workers have been urged to accept a pay offer to avert a strike.  Picture; stock image

Calmac workers urged to accept pay offer

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Work has been carried out on the A9. Picture; Michael Gillen

New A9 dualling roads open for first time

Transport

East Coast Virgin Train workers to strike on Monday

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Emergency tow rescues fishing vessel off Orkney

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Scotland weather: Chilly nights and frost to follow autumn gales

Transport 2

Alastair Dalton: Maps make a welcome return

Opinion 2
The drug trials could help lung cancer treatments. Picture: PA

Edinburgh scientists lead new cancer drug trials

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New assessments represent an opportunity to make more use of computer technology, instead of traditional methods.

Andrew Hall: Tech tools can help pupils with online assesments

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The job ad specifically requests candidates with a good knowledge and understanding of literacy. Picture (posed by model): TSPL

Spelling error in Scots council’s job ad for English teacher

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St Andrews University. Picture: submitted

St Andrews University ‘best in UK for teaching quality’

Education 3
A war memorial is unveiled in Edinburgh. Photograph: Lisa Ferguson

Edinburgh University’s Scotland’s War project to be axed

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Tavish Scott says more than 4,000 teachers have been lost on the SNPs watch.

Scottish schools start new term hundreds of teachers short

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John Swinney said he was delighted the Government could provide further funding.

Thousands of kids to receive Gaelic lessons after Government grant

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Converge Challenge unveils winning university start-ups

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Scottish students stranded in South China Sea

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Swinney axes unit assessments to ease teacher workloads

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The Pentland Studios project is earmarked for green belt land in Midlothian.

Nicola Sturgeon urged to intervene over film studio impasse

Lifestyle 45
The Northern Lights and Milky Way over Noss Head in Caithness. Picture: Maciej Winiarczyk

18 amazing images of the Northern Lights over Scotland

Environment 5
Whitelee Windfarm. Picture: Contributed

Scotland’s Whitelee windfarm: The world’s most instagrammed?

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Silver Sands beach at Aberdour has achieved the highest water quality standards and is expected to be graded 'excellent' under EU classifications.  Picture: Ian Rutherford

26 Scottish beaches rated ‘excellent’ for 2017

Environment

Land owner claimed £3m of EU farming subsidies in a year

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World’s most powerful turbines to go up near Trump resort

Environment 10

Stunning images reveal hidden marine life near St Kilda

Outdoors
The drug trials could help lung cancer treatments. Picture: PA

Edinburgh scientists lead new cancer drug trials

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Maisie Killoran who celebrated her 100th birthday this month. More Scots are reaching the age of 100.

More people than ever reaching 100 in Scotland

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Scottish ambulance service will be trying a new response trial.

Scottish ambulance service to carry out new response trial

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Research to benefit UK's ageing population. Picture: Sean Gallup/Getty Images

Glasgow Uni gets injection for elderly healthcare

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Peterhead Sheriff Court. Picture: JP

Doctor suspended after punching patient in street

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Some of the long-serving Bield staff. Picture: Contributed

Bield staff recognised for longstanding service

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The Sick Kids Friends Foundation teamed up with mobile cinema company, Screen Machine, to bring cinema experience to kids. Picture: Contributed

Children’s hospital brings cinema experience to patients

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£150k donation funds Glasgow children’s hospital microscope

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Number detained under mental health act in Scotland at record levels

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Common painkillers used by millions raise risk of heart failure

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Labour to “call-in” health board proposals in Holyrood debate

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Andrew Tyrie said: 'We can't carry on like this.' Picture: Contributed

Bank IT systems leaving customers ‘exposed’, MP warns

Financial 2
Andy Street at the John Lewis store in Edinburgh. Picture: Phil Wilkinson

John Lewis boss quits to run for West Midlands mayor

Retail
Employers' concerns over the living wage are understandable, says Martin Flanagan. Picture: John Devlin

Martin Flanagan: Living wage justified despite firms’ fears

Management

Firms plan to trim hiring as living wage costs rise

Management

Theresa May ‘rules out indyref2’ ahead of Brexit talks

Politics 154

EU nations ‘shunting migrants’ to UK says Archbishop of York

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East Coast Virgin Train workers to strike on Monday

News 2
South Korean Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn Picture; Greg Baker

New US missile base revealed – on a South Korean golf course

World 2
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu shakes hands with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas during the funeral of former Israeli leader Shimon Peres. Picture; Getty

Thousands gather for funeral of former-Israeli President, Shimon Peres

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Archbishop of York John Sentamu, who was speaking at the Henley literary festival. Picture: PA

EU nations ‘shunting migrants’ to UK says Archbishop of York

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A view taken by Rosettas OSIRIS narrow-angle camera of Comet 67P/ChuryumovPicture: AFP / ESA

Rosetta probe mission ends in comet crash

Tech
Sooty with creator Harry Corbett, who wanted to launch a female puppet on the children's TV show in the 1960s. Picture; PA

Plans to give Sooty a girlfriend caused sex row in BBC

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One of the dinosaur made of Tunnock's wrappers creations on. Pictures: SWNS

Artist turns Tunnock’s wrappers into dinosaurs

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Jamie Vardy has a bizarre pre-match routine. Picture: PA

Jamie Vardy routine: 3 Red Bulls & port from Lucozade bottle

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Numerous Hanjin ships have been stranded since the company encountered financial troubles. Picture; Getty

Boat carrying stranded Scots sea cadets docks

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Haunted ruined village up for sale for offers over £100,000

People & Places

David Hasselhoff shows support for Partick Thistle

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Spelling error in Scots council’s job ad for English teacher

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Giant yellow duck makes bid for freedom

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Celtic fans  protest with Palestinian flags inside the stadium.  Picture: John Devlin

Pink Floyd legend shows solidarity with Celtic in flag row

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Pippa Middleton. Picture: PA

Ban on publishing Pippa Middleton hacked pictures

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Denis Law to build Cruyff-inspired sport court in Aberdeen

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David Hasselhoff shows his support for Partick Thistle

David Hasselhoff shows support for Partick Thistle

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Social Bites Cafe on Rose Street, Owner Josh Littlejohn, Kitchen Porter Peter Hart

We’re working together to create a fairer society for every one of us

Opinion

It’s time to value the vital role that care workers play

Opinion
Traditional Ethiopian Weather forcaster photographed in a deep well in the Ethiopian district of Borena only used during times of drought. 24.11.15

Four steps to helping poor in a harsh world

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British International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has put down his markers for a hard Brexit Picture: Getty Images

Leader comment: Fox’s free trade after Brexit is wishful thinking

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The sexist attitude towards Hillary Clinton means she is "running for President in concrete boots" says Garrison Keillor

Joyce McMillan: Hillary Clinton is a victim of double standards

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An estimated 2.7 million people have fled their homes in Darfur since 2003

Leader comment: Desperate situation in Darfur

Opinion 1
David Cameron discovered he had a super-chicken in the Conservative coop, in the shape of Michael Gove, when it came to the EU referendum. Picture: Getty Images

Jim Duffy: Chickens come home to roost if we ignore teamwork

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Social Bites Cafe on Rose Street, Owner Josh Littlejohn, Kitchen Porter Peter Hart

We’re working together to create a fairer society for every one of us

Opinion

It’s time to value the vital role that care workers play

Opinion
Paper copies of Ordnance Survey maps are back by popular demand. Picture: PA

Alastair Dalton: Maps make a welcome return

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Leader comment: FA needs to be seen to be tougher

Opinion 3

Andrew Hall: Tech tools can help pupils with online assesments

Opinion 1

Leader comment: Forced council tax rise subverts local democracy

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Bill Jamieson: Good news - the world has not ended

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