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Scotland ‘could have to rely on English shale gas’

News 68

Cadet stranded at sea by shipping firm collapse relieved to be home

News 1

Scotland's weather: Gales reach 108mph today as rush-hour travel disrupted across country

Transport 40

Property market shows recovery signs after Brexit vote

UK 3

Drone footage reveals Enchanted Forest in all its shimmering glory

Outdoors 3
The Pentland Studios project is earmarked for green belt land in Midlothian.

Nicola Sturgeon urged to intervene over film studio impasse

Lifestyle 32
Mark McDonald says the Government is committed to childcare transformation

Parents anger over £140 million childcare shortfall

Politics 4
The UK investment industry directly employs more than 37,000 people. Picture: Bertrand Langlois/AFP/Getty Images

Investment trade body warns of Brexit ‘ramifications’

Financial 5
Alex Rowley, pictured with Kezia Dugdale, now rules out a second referendum

Labour deputy leader now rules out referendum

Farmers across Scotland are missing out on their cash. Picture: Chris Young/PA Wire

MSPs urged to take tough stance on IT fiasco probe

Farming 12
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May
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PM May to stop law firms ‘impugning’ UK troops serving in Iraq

Politics 5

Scotland ‘could have to rely on English shale gas’

News 68

Property market shows recovery signs after Brexit vote

UK 3

UK ‘can still trade with EU after Brexit’, says Liam Fox

UK 7

Mike Russell: Hard Brexit ‘immensely problematic’ for Scotland

Politics 28

Scotland's weather: Gales reach 108mph today as rush-hour travel disrupted across country

Transport 40
Co-founder and chairman Sir Brian Souter heads the Stagecoach board. Picture: Contributed

Transport giant Stagecoach cautious as revenues dip

Transport 4
Paper copies of Ordnance Survey maps are back by popular demand. Picture: PA

Alastair Dalton: Maps make a welcome return

Opinion
Passengers rush to safety after a NJ Transit train crashed in to the platform at the Hoboken Terminal.
Picture: Getty Images

3 dead, 100 hurt after train crashes into New Jersey station

World

BA scraps free meals on economy class flights

UK 2

Two cars crash on road in Edinburgh

News 9

Edinburgh's new tram-train interchange days away from completion

Transport 36

Disruption to Forth Road Bridge traffic warning

Transport 5
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

Opinion 1
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

Ayr 17
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

Education 15
Tavish Scott says more than 4,000 teachers have been lost on the SNPs watch.

Scottish schools start new term hundreds of teachers short

Education 23
John Swinney said he was delighted the Government could provide further funding.

Thousands of kids to receive Gaelic lessons after Government grant

Education 125
Susanne Mitschke, chief executive of MindMate, which shared the top Converge Challenge prize with MicroSense. Picture: Lesley Martin

Converge Challenge unveils winning university start-ups

Tech 1

Scottish students stranded in South China Sea

News

Swinney axes unit assessments to ease teacher workloads

Education 32

Technology to be placed at centre of Scottish classroooms

News 11
The Pentland Studios project is earmarked for green belt land in Midlothian.

Nicola Sturgeon urged to intervene over film studio impasse

Lifestyle 32
The scheme was originally introduced to help food production. Picture: Esme Allen

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

News 6
The 190m-tall Vestas V164 is the world's most powerful offshore wind turbine. Picture: Vestas

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

Environment 8
A lion's mane jellyfish in Village Bay, St Kilda. Picture: SWNS

Stunning images reveal hidden marine life near St Kilda

Outdoors

What future will Aberdeen have when the oil runs out?

Opinion 22

Scottish cycling rates fall despite hopes for big increase

Transport 14

Row after Scottish Government snub fracking ship arrival

Politics 92
Research to benefit UK's ageing population. Picture: Sean Gallup/Getty Images

Glasgow Uni gets injection for elderly healthcare

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

Bield staff recognised for longstanding service

News
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

News
Hospital ambassador Jenny Cook with Craig Russell, lead for paediatric plastic surgery. Picture: Martin Shields/Contributed

£150k donation funds Glasgow children’s hospital microscope

News
The number of people detained under the mental health act is at its highest level. Picture: TSPL

Number detained under mental health act in Scotland at record levels

News 14

Common painkillers used by millions raise risk of heart failure

News 6
Vale of Leven Hospital, Alexandra is one of the hospitals to be discussed. Picture by Donald MacLeod

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

News 2

Controversial technique sees baby born with three genetic parents

Companies

GP shortage challenging but ‘not in crisis’, insists Shona Robison

News 24

Denis Law to build Cruyff-inspired sport court in Aberdeen

News

Queen’s medic cleared of wrongdoing

News
The UK investment industry directly employs more than 37,000 people. Picture: Bertrand Langlois/AFP/Getty Images

Investment trade body warns of Brexit ‘ramifications’

Financial 5
The housing market is showing signs of recovery. Picture: PA

Property market shows recovery signs after Brexit vote

UK 3
Liam Fox says it is not in the interest of EU countries to put up tariffs. Picture: Getty

UK ‘can still trade with EU after Brexit’, says Liam Fox

UK 7

BA scraps free meals on economy class flights

UK 2

Ban on publishing Pippa Middleton hacked pictures

UK

Bob Geldof calls Donald Trump a ‘racist’ and a ‘liar’

World 8

Barnsley suspend coach Tommy Wright over payment allegations

UK
Passengers rush to safety after a NJ Transit train crashed in to the platform at the Hoboken Terminal.
Picture: Getty Images

3 dead, 100 hurt after train crashes into New Jersey station

World
Bob Geldof speaking at the opening ceremony of the One Young World Summit. Picture: PA

Bob Geldof calls Donald Trump a ‘racist’ and a ‘liar’

World 8
Heavy air strikes have killed dozens in Aleppo. Picture; Getty

Air strikes damage two hospitals in Aleppo

World 2
One of the dinosaur made of Tunnock's wrappers creations on. Pictures: SWNS

Artist turns Tunnock’s wrappers into dinosaurs

Odd 1
Jamie Vardy has a bizarre pre-match routine. Picture: PA

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

Football 1
Numerous Hanjin ships have been stranded since the company encountered financial troubles. Picture; Getty

Boat carrying stranded Scots sea cadets docks

News
The Old Village of Lawers is said to be haunted

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

People & Places

David Hasselhoff shows support for Partick Thistle

News 1

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

Ayr 17

Giant yellow duck makes bid for freedom

News 5

The Scotsman weekly news quiz, 23/9/2016

Politics
Pippa Middleton. Picture: PA

Ban on publishing Pippa Middleton hacked pictures

UK
Picture: PA

Denis Law to build Cruyff-inspired sport court in Aberdeen

News
David Hasselhoff shows his support for Partick Thistle

David Hasselhoff shows support for Partick Thistle

News 1
Caught up in the sensational split of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are six vulnerable children. Picture:  Justin Tallis/PA

Dani Garavelli: Brangelina’s brood add pathos to final cut

Celebrity
Photographer-Ian Georgeson-07921 567360
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

Opinion 2
Sylvia Gore. Picture: Sylvia Gore's estate

Obituary: Sylvia Gore, women’s football pioneer

Obituaries
Major Selby Charles Macduff-Duncan (rtd) MBE
Soldier and projects officer
Born: 14 July, 1952 in Edinburgh
Died: 24 August, 2016, in Aberdeen, aged 64

pic supplied by obit writer - alison shaw

Obituary: Major Selby Charles Macduff-Duncan, soldier

Obituaries
Photographer-Ian Georgeson-07921 567360
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

Opinion
Former England national football team manager Sam Allardyce was wished well by the Football Association after bringing the game in to disrepute. Picture: Getty

Leader comment: FA needs to be seen to be tougher

Opinion 2
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

Opinion 1
The Scottish government is forcing councils to increase the council tax on high-banded properties. Picture:  Neil Hanna

Leader comment: Forced council tax rise subverts local democracy

Opinion 8
BERWICK-UPON-TWEED, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 07:  Tourists stop to have their photographs take at the Scottish border sign on September 7, 2014 in Berwick Upon Tweed. An opinion poll published today, shows the yes camp had 51% to 49% for no, excluding dont know voters.  (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

Bill Jamieson: Good news - the world has not ended

Opinion 13

Tom Peterkin: Kez shines but still has to overcome the Jez factor

Opinion 18

Four steps to helping poor in a harsh world

Opinion 2

What future will Aberdeen have when the oil runs out?

Opinion 22

Martyn McLaughlin: Disdain for truth is not enough to undermine Trump

Opinion 17