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Westminster attack: Fears terrorist groomed to extremism ‘behind bars’

UK
For the first time more people thought the Scottish Government had most influence over the way Scotland is run than the UK Government.

Scots believe ‘Holyrood has more influence than Westminster’

Politics
Security has been tightened following the incident on  Westminster Bridge and the attack on Parliament. Picture; Getty

Video shows Parliament gates left open in wake of terror attack

News
One in seven teachers had experienced upsetting experiences on social media from parents. Picture: John Devlin

Scots teachers subject to ‘vicious’ online abuse from parents

Education

MRIs could ‘change equation’ for prostate cancer screening

News

Westminster attack: Police make public appeal for information

UK

ScotRail growth halted after 14-year rise

Transport

Fraud concerns over Westminster fundraising page

UK
A Scottish Ambulance Service  King Air craft was dispatched to Shetland instead of Orkney following an error at NHS Grampian. PIC: Contributed.

‘Unreserved apology’ as air ambulance sent to wrong islands

News

Jane Bradley: Childhood is no longer a picnic

Jane Bradley
For the first time more people thought the Scottish Government had most influence over the way Scotland is run than the UK Government.

Scots believe ‘Holyrood has more influence than Westminster’

Politics 238
Fife House, the seat of the local authority in Glenrothes. Labour formed a minority administration following the last election in 2012. Picture: Neil Doig

Parties face off over schools ahead of Fife council election

Politics 4
Iceland owner Brait blamed its decision on Brexit uncertainty. Picture: PA Wire

Iceland owner ditches London market move over Brexit

Retail 9
Security has been tightened following the incident on  Westminster Bridge and the attack on Parliament. Picture; Getty

Video shows Parliament gates left open in wake of terror attack

News
Ministers in Rome sign the treaties establishing the European Economic Community (the EEC) and European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom). From left to right P.H. Spaak and Jean-Charles Snoy  of Oppuers (Belgium), Christian Pineau and Maurice Faure (France), Konrad Adenauer and W. Hallstein (Germany), A. Segni and C. Martino (Italy), J. Bech and L. Schaus (Luxembourg), J.Luns and J. Linthorst Homan (Netherlands).

Leader comment: Europe’s change has to come

Opinion 2
President Trump has found it difficult to exercise restraint on Twitter, making wild accusations.

Frank Bruni: Trump is tweeting towards oblivion

Opinion 1

Stephen Jardine: No home-grown replacements for migrant labour

Opinion 6

Time to get compensation settled for tenant farmers

Farming

Glasgow and Edinburgh worst offenders in food hygiene standards

News
The opening of the Queensferry Crossing has already been postponed from last December. Picture: Andrew O'Brien

Leader comment: Don’t get blown off course by delays

Opinion 9
British Transport Police would be merged with Police Scotland under Scottish Government proposals

Alastair Dalton: Expertise in dealing with rail suicides will be ever more vital

Opinion
Loganair are set to reinstate the Orkney-Fair Isle route. Picture: PA

New Fair Isle flights from Orkney launched by Loganair

Transport

Satisfaction with Lothian Buses punctuality at four-year low

Transport 55

Eddie Stobart motors ahead with £550m flotation plan

Transport
One in seven teachers had experienced upsetting experiences on social media from parents. Picture: John Devlin

Scots teachers subject to ‘vicious’ online abuse from parents

Education 8

John Edward: Is it time for all schools to have governors?

Opinion 1
EIS general secretary Larry Flanagan (Pic  Alan Richardson)

College lecturers balloted on strike action over pay

News 1
The status quo is not an option for schooling said education secretary John Swinney. Picture: Contributed

Damning school inspection report ‘shows change needed’

Politics 67
Students from the University of St Andrews take a walk along the town's harbour while wearing their famous red gowns. Picture: Jane Barlow/TSPL

St Andrews ‘offers best student experience in Scotland’

Education 4
Nuria Oliver, head of research in data science at Vodafone, addresses the inaugural Data Summit at the Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh. Picture: Simon Williams

How mobile phones could save lives in the developing world

Tech 2
John Swinney will make the announcement on Thursday.

Hundreds of Scottish headteachers to get ‘leadership training’

Education 24

Inverness pupils on flight home after terror attack

Politics

Mandy Haeburn-Little: Business needs cyber-security experts

Opinion 1

Lawyer Aamer Anwar elected as new Glasgow University rector

News 17

SNP should ‘do a Hammond’ over Named Person scheme - Sillars

Politics 11
Calgary Bay on Mull is a unique habitat but one which is under threat from grazing sheep. Picture: Getty Images

Islanders on Mull launch crowdfunding bid to save rare habitat

Environment
The Caryocolum blandelloides moth is threatened by the development of Coul Links golf course say campaigners. Picture: Contributed

Campaigners call for Trump rival to rethink Highland course

Environment 14
Asperitas, one of the new cloud species contained in the updated International Cloud Atlas. Picture: Contributed

New species of cloud given official names in cloud atlas

Environment 1

Mating osprey pair reunite for third year at Scots reserve

Environment

Lost hillwalkers rescued off Lochaber mountain

News

Leader comment: Time for change on GM crops

Opinion 3

Video: Chance to spot Northern Lights in Edinburgh tonight

News

Scottish drivers flock to join car-sharing clubs

Transport 6
MRI scans cut out the need for unnecessary biopsies. Picture: PA

MRIs could ‘change equation’ for prostate cancer screening

News
Eligible couples will have three rounds of IVF funded by the government (file photo)

Infertile Scottish couples to get three chances of free IVF

News 68
Shake Awake morning raves aim to attract a wide range of people to alcohol-free dance events.

Alcohol-free morning raves set to hit Scotland’s night clubs

News 2
A patients cancer journey leaves a data trail from diagnosis to treatment to recovery. Picture: PA

Chief medical officer calls for improvements in cancer care

News
Professor Andrew Biankin.

Glasgow scientists leading in pancreatic cancer treatment

News
Liz Magic Laser assembled a therapy group composed of actor participants with opposing political convictions. Picture: Contributed

Jupiter Artland launches course to soothe political stress

Art 1
Farm chickens's six week lifespan is not long enough to generate immune response.

Chickens 'do not live long enough' to create food poisoning bug vaccine

News 1

Sarra Hoy becomes premature birth charity ambassador

News 3

Outcry over rise in Edinburgh Royal Infirmary parking fees

News 50

Leader comment: Time for change on GM crops

Opinion 3

Kevan Christie: Time to crack some of the myths about cholesterol

Opinion
A fundraising page has been set up for those affected by the Westminster attacks. Picture Victoria Jones/PA Wire

Fraud concerns over Westminster fundraising page

UK
Undated Metropolitan Police handout photo of Westminster attacker Khalid Masood, who has previously gone by the names Adrian Elms and Adrian Russell Ajao. Picture; PA

Westminster attack: Fears terrorist groomed to extremism ‘behind bars’

UK
Iceland owner Brait blamed its decision on Brexit uncertainty. Picture: PA Wire

Iceland owner ditches London market move over Brexit

Retail 9
Security has been tightened following the incident on  Westminster Bridge and the attack on Parliament. Picture; Getty

Video shows Parliament gates left open in wake of terror attack

News

Sheeran’s Comic Relief trip sparks tears

UK

Co-op Bank says ‘credible’ bidders still interested

Financial

Martin Flanagan: Next’s problems highlight retail woes

Retail

Next suffers first fall in profits for eight years

Retail
President Trump has found it difficult to exercise restraint on Twitter, making wild accusations.

Frank Bruni: Trump is tweeting towards oblivion

Opinion 1
Larnach Castle, Dunedin, New Zealand. PIC: Contributed.

5 ‘Scottish’ castles built around the world

News 1
Berlin's landmark Brandenburg Gate is illuminated in the colours of the Union flag. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Westminster attack: Brandenburg Gate lights up in solidarity

Politics 33
Forensic experts and police officers work at the scene following the killing of Denis Voronenko in Kiev, Ukraine  (AP Photo/Sergei Chuzavkov)

Ukrainian MP ‘gunned down by Kremlin agent’, Kiev claims

World 2

Former Scots monastery on sale for same price as London flat

News 2
Home ownership is a top priority for Millennials, the report found.

Milllennials believe their financial future is 'as good as parents'

Odd 1
Errington is still embroiled in a legal battle over whether its cheese caused an E.coli outbreak last year.

E.Coli-linked cheesemaker to recommence production

Odd 7
A Buckfast Tonic Wine Easter Egg has gone on sale. Picture: SWNS

Shop flooded with 2,000 orders for Buckfast Easter Egg

Odd 5

Video: Chance to spot Northern Lights in Edinburgh tonight

News

Couple take legal action against Diageo over ‘whisky fungus’

Odd 3

Man proposes to girlfriend using info board at Glasgow Central

News

‘Human swan’ planning flight over Hebrides

Environment
Ed Sheeran appearing obn Comic Relief - Photographer: Jamie Carter

Sheeran’s Comic Relief trip sparks tears

UK
John Lennon and Yoko Ono, with their children, Julian, left, and Kyoko, on holiday at Durness, in Sutherland, in 1969. PIC: PA.

John Lennon and his holidays in the Scottish Highlands

News
Colin Montgomerie on his wedding day with wife Gaynor Knowles. Picture: PA

Colin Montgomerie settles divorce from wife Gaynor

News 1
Wrestlers like Big Daddy (aka Shirley Crabtree) were household names thanks to television coverage (file photo)

Wrestling to return to primetime ITV slot after 30 years

TV & Radio

A better approach to aftercare for patients who have had breast cancer

News
Professor Derek Stewart is Professor of Pharmacy Practice in the School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen.

It’s not just doctors and dentists who can hand out drugs these days

Opinion
Antares, the newest vessel in the Shetland pelagic fleet

So what’s Patty Hearst got to to with Brexit and Scottish fishing?

Opinion
Adam Kennedy Bergius, DSC, submariner

Obituary: Adam Kennedy Bergius, DSC, Operation Sabre hero, submariner and sailor

Obituaries
ex-Royal Marine John McGhee

OBIT

Obituary: John Andrew McGhee, Royal Marine & D-Day veteran

Obituaries
Billionaire philanthropist David Rockefeller, Sr. Picture: Hulton Archive/Getty Images

Obituary: David Rockefeller, philanthropist and heir

Obituaries
Willam McInnes in action on the basketball court

Obituary: Willliam Duncan McInnes, star of Scottish basketball

Obituaries
Armed police patrolling Westminster yesterday. Picture: Ben Stevens/i-Images

Leader comment: Westminster attack makes case for arming the police

Opinion
Ministers in Rome sign the treaties establishing the European Economic Community (the EEC) and European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom). From left to right P.H. Spaak and Jean-Charles Snoy  of Oppuers (Belgium), Christian Pineau and Maurice Faure (France), Konrad Adenauer and W. Hallstein (Germany), A. Segni and C. Martino (Italy), J. Bech and L. Schaus (Luxembourg), J.Luns and J. Linthorst Homan (Netherlands).

Leader comment: Europe’s change has to come

Opinion 2
The Secret Seven may have spent most of their time playing outside but todays                                         youngsters are more likely to have their free time curtailed by parents worried about stranger danger

Jane Bradley: Childhood is no longer a picnic

Opinion
President Trump has found it difficult to exercise restraint on Twitter, making wild accusations.

Frank Bruni: Trump is tweeting towards oblivion

Opinion 1
The soft fruit trade is worth �93m each year to the Scottish economy but it relies heavily on migrants to pick the berries.

Stephen Jardine: No home-grown replacements for migrant labour

Opinion 6
Martin Flanagan says Next and its rivals face rising costs due to the Brexit-hit pound. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Martin Flanagan: Next’s problems highlight retail woes

Retail
The opening of the Queensferry Crossing has already been postponed from last December. Picture: Andrew O'Brien

Leader comment: Don’t get blown off course by delays

Opinion 9

Leader comment: Latest branch closures are too much too soon

Opinion

Martin Lewis: Don’t pay the price of the big six rip-off

Opinion 1

John Edward: Is it time for all schools to have governors?

Opinion 1

Shona Cardle: Sick children can cause extra hardship

Opinion