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Scots economy ‘facing lost decade’ as growth stays weak

Business
Cardinal George Pell is the most senior Catholic official in Australia. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft, File)

Pope Francis aide charged with multiple sex offences

World
Bill Jamieson says his faith in the UK's democratic system has been shaken. Picture: Westminster

Bill Jamieson: I’m no longer sure our democracy can survive

Opinion
Scottish Secretary David Mundell.

David Mundell faces fresh calls to resign over £1bn DUP deal

Politics

Kenny MacAskill: It’s not if, but when indyref2 will be called

Opinion

UK may not leave EU says Brexit secretary Michael Russell

Politics

Paddington bear creator Michael Bond dies aged 91

UK

£3.5bn warship ‘using Windows XP system at centre of NHS hack’

Politics
Lines outside Edinburgh Airport. Picture; Florence Snead

Flight disruption at Edinburgh Airport following major power cut

News

Bill Jamieson: I’m no longer sure our democracy can survive

Bill Jamieson
Lord Carloway is concerned about Register of Interests plan

Scotland's top judge hits out at "Register of Interest" for bench

Politics
Fergus Ewing expects about 90% of farm support payments to be made by tomorrow's deadline. Picture: John Devlin

MSPs grill Fergus Ewing over missed farm payments fiasco

Farming 1

Tom Peterkin: SNP pledges on health and schools may be in vain

Politics 5
Theresa Mays government alliance with Arlene Foster and the DUP has already angered many  (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

Kenny MacAskill: It’s not if, but when indyref2 will be called

Opinion 23
Bill Jamieson says his faith in the UK's democratic system has been shaken. Picture: Westminster

Bill Jamieson: I’m no longer sure our democracy can survive

Opinion 17
Signs are emerging of a more positive future for Scotland's oil and gas sector. Picture: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

Scots economy ‘facing lost decade’ as growth stays weak

Business 60
Sir Martin Moore- Bick, who will head up the inquiry. Picture: British High Commission in Brunei/Twitter

Grenfell Tower: Judge appointed to lead public inquiry

UK

UK may not leave EU says Brexit secretary Michael Russell

Politics 139

Plea to secure phone box ‘heritage’ as 950 face axe

Politics 1

David Mundell faces fresh calls to resign over £1bn DUP deal

Politics 94
Bad weather problems, including delays to dismantling cranes, have delayed the Queensferry Crossing opening from last December to August. Picture: Greg Macvean

Almost 200k seek Queensferry Crossing bridge walk tickets

Transport 9
Stagecoach said it was 'disappointed' to report losses at Virgin Trains East Coast. Picture: David Parry/PA Wire

Stagecoach in government talks after East Coast main line hit

Transport 6
Crowds at edinburgh airport after a power cut yesterday.

Edinburgh Airport power fear ahead of busy holiday season

News 3

In numbers: vital statistics of the Queensferry Crossing

Transport 1

Richard Hall: Edinburgh buses driving a thriving tourist sector

Opinion 2

Rail policing to be taken over by Police Scotland

News 27

Jeremy Corbyn backs calls for transport policing merger to be scrapped

News

Power sockets and wi-fi added to new ScotRail train fleet

Transport 7
The proposal took place at Flip at Hive. Picture; contributed

Clubbers left shocked as man proposes at Hive

News 1
Lines outside Edinburgh Airport. Picture; Florence Snead

Flight disruption at Edinburgh Airport following major power cut

News 44
Aerial view of Bainfield student accommodation. Picture: Whitehouse Studios

Scots universities check buildings after Grenfell tragedy

Education

New look for historic Edinburgh University student union

Lifestyle 14

Edinburgh Napier building ‘features same cladding as Grenfell’

News 20

John Swinney urges rival parties to back education reform

Education 11

Rise in racial bullying calls to ChildLine after terror attacks

Education 2

Facebook Live: What skills do I need to future-proof my career?

Education

Spending on Scottish schools to rise this year

Education 8
Electric vehicles will soon become the norm on city streets. Picture: John Devlin.

Brian Brotherston: The rise of electric cars will fuel the debate on how to power them all

Opinion 5
Greenpeace has brought its ship the Beluga II on an expedition of scientific research around Scotland, sampling seawater for microplastics and documenting the impact of ocean plastic on some of the UK's most precious marine life.

Greenpeace voyage highlights impact of plastic pollution

Environment 2

Ilona Amos: Eating with the planet in mind offers food for thought

Opinion 1

Building conservation hub opens at Stirling munitions depot

News 1

Responsible business makes economic sense

Management
St John's Hospital. Picture: Lisa Ferguson.

Kevan Christie: St John’s pediatric closure smacks of negligence

Opinion
Costa was one of three chains, alongside Starbucks and Caffe Nero, to be found to serve ie which contained the bacteria.

Bacteria from faeces found in ice at major coffee chains

News 2
Public health minister Aileen Campbell.

‘Soft opt-out’ organ donation scheme set to be introduced

UK
Picture: PA

Breathing test aims to fight children’s risk of asthma attacks

News
Calls to ChildLine almost double in the wake of the Westminster terror attack in March. Picture (posed by model): Contributed

Rise in racial bullying calls to ChildLine after terror attacks

Education 2
Children with asthma will take part in a study led by the University of Aberdeen.

Scottish study aims to cut childern’s asthma attacks

News 1

Scottish Government ‘ignoring major risk’ of NHS shortages

News

Shona Robison vows to take action after maternity deaths inquiry

News 1
Greene King believes visits to the pub will remain an 'affordable treat' for cash-strapped consumers. Picture: Contributed

Belhaven owner Greene King cheers rise in profits

Retail
Almost 80% of cars made in the UK are exported. Picture: Anthony Devlin/PA

New car production reverses but industry remains positive

Companies
The rescue deal will see the Co-op Bank keep 'values and ethics at its heart'. Picture: Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire

‘Great outcome for customers’ as Co-op Bank secures £700m

Financial
Martin Flanagan says the City watchdog's proposals are 'robust and reasonable'. Picture: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images

Martin Flanagan: Shining a spotlight on fund management

Financial 1

Fund management sector needs radical shake-up, says regulator

Financial

Hillsborough police chief faces 95 manslaughter charges

News

Bill Jamieson: I’m no longer sure our democracy can survive

Opinion 17

Grenfell Tower: Judge appointed to lead public inquiry

UK
DJ Alexander boss David Alexander argues that tenure laws have not moved with the times. Picture: Ian Georgeson

David Alexander: Avoid starring in a landlord horror movie

Markets Economy
Martin Flanagan says the City watchdog's proposals are 'robust and reasonable'. Picture: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images

Martin Flanagan: Shining a spotlight on fund management

Financial 1
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Mum’s the word: Pared down pear tree lights up the season of goodwill

News
St John's Hospital. Picture: Lisa Ferguson.

Kevan Christie: St John’s pediatric closure smacks of negligence

Opinion
Theresa Mays government alliance with Arlene Foster and the DUP has already angered many  (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

Kenny MacAskill: It’s not if, but when indyref2 will be called

Opinion 23
Bill Jamieson says his faith in the UK's democratic system has been shaken. Picture: Westminster

Bill Jamieson: I’m no longer sure our democracy can survive

Opinion 17
George Street is just one architectural gem among many

Abigail Stevens: Capital’s credentials keep on attracting incomers

Opinion

Keith Howell: Despite all our information, the wisdom to make the world a better place is still lacking

Opinion

Shona Cardle: Children’s hospital charity aims to make it better

Opinion

Ian Munro: School pupils should be allowed to fail too

Opinion

Christian Aid’s innovative funding scheme really can be just like honey

Opinion
Cardinal George Pell is the most senior Catholic official in Australia. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft, File)

Pope Francis aide charged with multiple sex offences

World
Organisations around the world have been hit by the second major cyber attack in as many months. Picture: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

World in grip of widespread ‘ransomware’ cyber attack

Companies
Michael Nyqvist, who starred in the original Girl With The Dragon Tattoo films, has died aged 56. Picture: Getty Images

Michael Nyqvist, star of Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, dies at 56

Celebrity
Yemenis gather to carry home food rations provided by Mercy Corps

Michael McKean: Yemen - a war that’s slipped under the radar

Opinion 4

Party boat sinks leaving at least six dead in Colombia

World

Fintech set for further surge after leap in take-up

Financial 1

Scottish actress married to President Trump’s Treasury secretary

Lifestyle 3

1,000 forced to flee Spanish national park as fire spreads

World
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Fake Donald Trump Time Magazine cover removed from Trump Turnberry

Odd 4
Channel 4 News presenter Jon Snow has been accused of chanting 'f**k the Tories' at Glastonbury. Picture: Getty Images

Jon Snow accused of shouting ‘f**k the Tories’ at Glastonbury Festival

Odd 17
Reg Varney  makes the first withdrawal from a Barclaycash machine, at the Enfield branch of Barclays Bank in 1967. Picture: PA

Scottish invented ATM celebrates 50 years in operation

Odd
Mhairi posing in her new T-shirt, which sported a hilarious anti-Trident logo. Picture: Twitter

Mhairi Black posts humorous anti-Trident T-shirt pic on Twitter

News 31

Christian Aid’s innovative funding scheme really can be just like honey

Opinion

Hugh Straker: So much to see so much to do, if you are game for a fair old day out in Perth

Opinion
Sarah-Jane Laing, Executive Director of Scottish Land & Estates

Sarah-Jane Laing: The need to build rural resilience essential as these times of Brexit approach

Opinion
French Chef Alain Senderens. Picture: Getty Images

Obituary: Alain Senderens, chef who rejected Michelin stars

Obituaries
Artist and drag king Diane Torr

Obituary: Diane Torr, artist who challenged notions of gender

Obituaries
This undated photo provided by the University of California Santa Cruz shows Jerry Nelson, an astronomer who designed advanced telescopes that help scientists glimpse far reaches of the universe. The University of California, Santa Cruz, where Nelson was a professor emeritus, said Nelson died June 10, 2017, at his home. (Don Harris/University of California Santa Cruz via AP)

Obituary: Jerry Nelson, ground-breaking telescope designer

Obituaries

Paddington bear creator Michael Bond dies aged 91

UK 2
Picture: Getty

Fake Donald Trump Time Magazine cover removed from Trump Turnberry

Odd 4
Ed Sheeran performing at the 2017 Glastonbury Festival. Picture: Getty Images

Ed Sheeran announces gig at Hampden Park

Glasgow 1
Channel 4 News presenter Jon Snow has been accused of chanting 'f**k the Tories' at Glastonbury. Picture: Getty Images

Jon Snow accused of shouting ‘f**k the Tories’ at Glastonbury Festival

Odd 17