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Flight disruption at Edinburgh Airport following major power cut

News
Mike Russell says Brexit is still not certain

UK may not leave EU says Brexit secretary Michael Russell

Politics

SNP demands review of £1bn DUP deal as Mundell faces calls to quit

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

Almost 200,000 seek Queensferry Crossing bridge walk tickets

Transport

Scott Macnab: Indyref2 shift won’t change a thing

Opinion

Fake Donald Trump Time Magazine cover removed from Trump Turnberry

Odd

The once bustling Aberdeen street that disappeared

News

Nicola Sturgeon ‘resets’ indyref2 plans

Politics
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. Picture: PA

Tom Peterkin: Defiant Nicola Sturgeon in a struggle for indyref unity

Politics

Euan McColm: SNP sceptics close in on Nicola Sturgeon

Mike Russell says Brexit is still not certain

UK may not leave EU says Brexit secretary Michael Russell

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The Trump Turnberry Resort

Donald Trump’s son to open Turnberry King Robert the Bruce course

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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 4
Nicola Sturgeon's 'climbdown' on a second vote was anything but. Picture: PA

Scott Macnab: Indyref2 shift won’t change a thing

Opinion 48
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. Picture: PA

Tom Peterkin: Defiant Nicola Sturgeon in a struggle for indyref unity

Politics 54
Ross Thomson: 'Group will always fight for Scotland's corner'. Picture: Contributed

Scots Tory MPs ‘asked to defend David Mundell over DUP deal’

Politics 9

John Swinney urges rival parties to back education reform

Education 8

Rise in racial bullying calls to ChildLine after terror attacks

Education 2

1 in 4 Scots ‘saving nothing for retirement’

News 4

HMS Queen Elizabeth ‘not vulnerable’ to cyber attack

News 12
Bad weather problems, including delays to dismantling cranes, have delayed the Queensferry Crossing opening from last December to August. Picture: Greg Macvean

Almost 200,000 seek Queensferry Crossing bridge walk tickets

Transport 2
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 5
Transport Scotland rail director Bill Reeve and East Kilbride SNP MSP Linda Fabiani in a refurbished carriage. Picture: Transport Scotland

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

Transport 7
Edinburgh Bus Tours launch with Tattoo drummers in the Grassmarket. Picture: Steven Scott Taylor

Richard Hall: Edinburgh buses driving a thriving tourist sector

Opinion 1

Rail policing to be taken over by Police Scotland

News 26

Jeremy Corbyn backs calls for transport policing merger to be scrapped

News

Motorists say driving test changes don’t go far enough

News 2

Donald Trump: Travel ban clear victory for national security

News 9
Lines outside Edinburgh Airport. Picture; Florence Snead

Flight disruption at Edinburgh Airport following major power cut

News 32

New look for historic Edinburgh University student union

Lifestyle 13

Edinburgh Napier building ‘features same cladding as Grenfell’

News 20
John Swinney is looking to close the attainment gap - and raise the bar for all. Picture: John Devlin

John Swinney urges rival parties to back education reform

Education 8
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
Ministry of Defence handout photo of HMS Queen Elizabeth. Picture; PA

HMS Queen Elizabeth ‘not vulnerable’ to cyber attack

News 12

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

Education

Spending on Scottish schools to rise this year

Education 8

Scots actors in Harry Potter: Where are they now?

News

Edinburgh vet student killed in car crash awarded 1st degree

News 5
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
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 1
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

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

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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
Doctors have warned MSPs not to 'ignore' staff shortages.  (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

Scottish Government ‘ignoring major risk’ of NHS shortages

News
Health secretary Shona Robison has promised bereaved families that improvements will be made following a review into adverse events at a maternity unit where some babies died.
 Picture: Greg Macvean

Shona Robison vows to take action after maternity deaths inquiry

News 1

Meet the bikers who give up their weekend to save the NHS £20,000

News 4

Cystic fibrosis campaign launches with sufferers visiting Holyrood

UK

Constant sitting health risk for middle-aged office workers

News
The City watchdog found that price competition is weak and investors may not be clear on a fund's objectives. Picture: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images

Fund management sector needs radical shake-up, says regulator

Financial

Hillsborough police chief faces 95 manslaughter charges

News

Michael Bond, creator of Paddington bear, dies at 91

UK

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

Odd 4

Andy Murray: Playing at Wimbledon means I do more chores

Celebrity

Scots Tory MPs ‘asked to defend David Mundell over DUP deal’

Politics 9
Santander UK chief executive Nathan Bostock. Picture: Contributed

Santander chief Nathan Bostock: We must help Scots SMEs flourish

Financial 1
Sir Elton John is a national treasure but Jim Duffy was less than impressed by the catering at his Airdrie show. Picture: Robert Perry

Jim Duffy: What would Elton John think of Airdrie’s burgers?

Media & Leisure
Other things can be undertaken at a library apart from reading.

Pamela Tulloch: So much more to libraries than merely reading

Opinion 1
Nicola Sturgeon's 'climbdown' on a second vote was anything but. Picture: PA

Scott Macnab: Indyref2 shift won’t change a thing

Opinion 48

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

Opinion
Edinburgh Bus Tours launch with Tattoo drummers in the Grassmarket. Picture: Steven Scott Taylor

Richard Hall: Edinburgh buses driving a thriving tourist sector

Opinion 1
Economies are in the hands of speculators, says Malcolm Parkin. Picture: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images

Malcolm Parkin: Casino table is rigged to favour global gamblers – and we pay

Opinion

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

Opinion

Chris Marshall: Police authority’s problems run deeper than just Flanagan’s leadership

Opinion 2

Martyn McLaughlin: Images from past chart the changing story of our biggest city

Opinion

Stephen Good: Innovation is change that unlocks new value

Management
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
A tourist boat packed with passengers for the holiday weekend sunk, leaving at least six people dead and 15 missing. Picture: Juan Quiroz via AP

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

148 killed in Pakistan after oil tanker bursts into flames

World
Picture: Getty

Fake Donald Trump Time Magazine cover removed from Trump Turnberry

Odd
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 4
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

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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

Children certainly should be heard when it comes to family disputes

Opinion
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
Stuart Bruce Laing

Obituary: Stuart Laing, eminent and highly-motivated analytical research chemist

Obituaries
Football coachTony DiCicco has died at the age of 68. Picture: AP

Obituary: Tony DiCicco, football coach who led US women’s team to World Cup glory

Obituaries

Fake Donald Trump Time Magazine cover removed from Trump Turnberry

Odd
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 4
Scottish singer Paolo Nutini, 30, arrives at Paisley Sheriff Court. Picture: PA

Paolo Nutini told police he drank vodka before driving home

News
Andy Murray has revealed that playing at SW19 means he has more household chores to get done. Picture: Contributed

Andy Murray: Playing at Wimbledon means I do more chores

Celebrity