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Passengers face delays on one in four Scottish flights

Transport
Nicola Sturgeon visits the Scotlands Rural College contingent at the Royal Highland Show yesterday. Picture: Alistair Linford

Farmers ‘fed up’ with Scottish Government over CAP payments

Farming
Theresa May arrives on the second day of a summit of European Union (EU) leaders. Picture: Aurore Belot/AFP/Getty Images

Theresa May’s offer to EU citizens dismissed as ‘insufficient’

General Election
Cladding has been removed from a building on the Chalcots Estate in north London after it was confirmed by the Government to have flammable facades. Picture: Lauren Hurley/PA Wire

Residents evacuated from five London tower blocks over safety fears

Politics

Benedictines ‘can’t accept’ blame for child abuse at school

Politics

Campaigners fear for St John’s Hospital children’s ward

Health

Poll: Majority of Scots want second EU referendum

Politics

Tennis star Dan Evans admits he failed drugs test

Tennis
The Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications (Scotland) Act was introduced in 2012. Picture: Stephen Mansfield/TSPL

Scrapping Offensive Behaviour Football act ‘would be historic’

Politics

Jane Bradley: AirBnB’s rise leaves me deflated

Jane Bradley
Nicola Sturgeon visits the Scotlands Rural College contingent at the Royal Highland Show yesterday. Picture: Alistair Linford

Farmers ‘fed up’ with Scottish Government over CAP payments

Farming 34
Lady Smith, chairwoman of the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry.
 Picture: Nick Mailer.

Benedictines ‘can’t accept’ blame for child abuse at school

Politics 8
St Johns Hospital in Livingston has been hit by summer shutdowns before in 2012 and 2015. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Campaigners fear for St John’s Hospital children’s ward

Health
Cladding has been removed from a building on the Chalcots Estate in north London after it was confirmed by the Government to have flammable facades. Picture: Lauren Hurley/PA Wire

Residents evacuated from five London tower blocks over safety fears

Politics 12
The Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications (Scotland) Act was introduced in 2012. Picture: Stephen Mansfield/TSPL

Scrapping Offensive Behaviour Football act ‘would be historic’

Politics 17

Struan Stevenson: Reprisals are not the answer to terror

Opinion 4

Leader comment: Farming fiasco raises question of capability

Opinion 4

Post-Brexit farming industry ‘could look very different’

Farming 12
Flights at Edinburgh suffered the most delays in the year to March, according to analysis of official Civil Aviation Authority figures. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Passengers face delays on one in four Scottish flights

Transport 9
Perth-based Stagecoach releases its annual results on Wednesday. Picture: Stagecoach/PA Wire

Stagecoach battles against headwinds at bus operation

Transport 1
Buses in Glasgow city centre now average only a "fast walking pace" of 3.5mph. Picture: John Devlin

Alastair Dalton: Taking a city centre bus can be no quicker than walking

Opinion 5
Cars on the A82.

Loch Lomond tourist road to be widened after tunnel rejected

Transport 11

School bus involved in crash near Blair Drummond Safari Park

Transport

Leader comment: Loch upgrade a boon for all

Opinion 3

Trains boost prosperity in Scotland’s towns

Promoted content
Virgin Media users are said to be at risk. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Thousands of customers ‘at risk’ following Virgin Media hack

News
John Swinney prefers  to focus on 'governance' rather than 'budget cuts and staffing issues'. Picture: PA

Brian Wilson: The SNP are great at asking for your views – but nobody’s listening

Opinion 69
Eva with her owner, Fiona Kirkland, and surgeon William Marshall. Picture: Martin Shields

Experimental bone growth treatment saves dog’s leg

Tech
Bright Choices leader Angela Voulgari.

Pupils taught to help classmates at risk of ‘honour’ violence

UK 3

Billy Connolly receives honorary degree from Strathclyde

Education 14
Picture: Greg Macvean

Police attend incident at Edinburgh’s Royal Infirmary

News 4

US-style behaviour programme set for Scottish schools

Education 4

First graduate-level medicine school to tackle GP staffing crisis

Health 2

Inspectors find four new city schools with defects, MSPs hear

News 10
Inverleith House art gallery was closed suddenly at the Royal Botanic Garden just after its 30th anniversary.

Botanic Garden told to rethink after Inverleith House closure

Culture

Professor Wayne Powell: Food for thought at the biggest agricultural event on the calendar

Opinion
Mud snail. Picture: Buglife

Scotland’s rare pond mud snail wins lottery backing

News 1
The Scottish Gamekeepers Association, pictured protesting outside of the Scottish Parliament in 2014, has long called for the SNP administration to reverse a ban on the docking of working dogs' tails. 
Picture: Neil Hanna

Tail docking row: could it cost Nicola Sturgeon votes?

News 19

Amanda Bryan: valuing the environment is vital

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Energy efficient lighting cuts costs

Promoted content

Scotland reacts on twitter to hottest day of the year in England

News
St Johns Hospital in Livingston has been hit by summer shutdowns before in 2012 and 2015. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Campaigners fear for St John’s Hospital children’s ward

Health
Too many Republicans see drug abuse as a criminal problem, ignoring the need for a real medical solution

Nicholas Kristof: Mass killer Opioids met with a shrug

Opinion
Ex rugby player Doddie Weir at the Greenyards earlier this year. Picture; Greg Macvean

Doddie Weir thanks well-wishers following MND announcement

News 1
Gordon Aikman. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Gordon Aikman wins top award for his MND campaigning

News
Eva with her owner, Fiona Kirkland, and surgeon William Marshall. Picture: Martin Shields

Experimental bone growth treatment saves dog’s leg

Tech
Bright Choices leader Angela Voulgari.

Pupils taught to help classmates at risk of ‘honour’ violence

UK 3

Duke of Edinburgh leaves hospital

News

Kevan Christie: Doddie Weir’s diagnosis raises awareness of the cruellest of diseases

Opinion

First graduate-level medicine school to tackle GP staffing crisis

Health 2
Cladding has been removed from a building on the Chalcots Estate in north London after it was confirmed by the Government to have flammable facades. Picture: Lauren Hurley/PA Wire

Residents evacuated from five London tower blocks over safety fears

Politics 12

Tennis star Dan Evans admits he failed drugs test

Tennis 2

Struan Stevenson: Reprisals are not the answer to terror

Opinion 4
Media gather outside Finsbury Park Mosque in north London, after a van was driven into pedestrians near the north London mosque, leaving one man dead and eight injured. Picture: John Stillwell/PA Wire

Struan Stevenson: Reprisals are not the answer to terror

Opinion 4
Scam traders tend to be based outside the UK yet claim to have some kind of verifiable presence here which can be at prestigious City of London addresses. Tantalising investment opportunities that look too good to be true often are.       Picture: Getty Images)

Gareth Shaw: Finance fraudsters exploit gap in the rules

Opinion
The annual Royal Highland Show at Ingliston is a traditional link between farmers and the public, and the growth of farmers markets in the last 20 years has strengthened the connection.  Picture: Greg Macvean

Stephen Jardine: Highland Show is a vital connection between public and farmers

Opinion
AirBnB started as a simple way to find a bed, or earn a little cash from renting out a room  now its big business.

Jane Bradley: AirBnB’s rise leaves me deflated

Opinion
Too many Republicans see drug abuse as a criminal problem, ignoring the need for a real medical solution

Nicholas Kristof: Mass killer Opioids met with a shrug

Opinion
Passenger figures at Scottish airports have grown at an impressive rate, but new figures show one in four flights is more than 15 minutes delayed.

Leader comment: Flying the flag takes effort

Opinion
Nicola Sturgeon has questions to answer over the Scottish Government's failure to properly administer CAP payments to farmers.

Leader comment: Farming fiasco raises question of capability

Opinion 4

Rosalie Chadwick: More Scots flotations on the horizon

Companies

Alastair Dalton: Taking a city centre bus can be no quicker than walking

Opinion 5
Ireland's government hailed  a 'significant milestone' as it sold shares in Allied Irish Banks. Picture: Peter Muhly/AFP/Getty Images

Bailed-out Allied Irish Banks returns to stock market

Financial 1
Too many Republicans see drug abuse as a criminal problem, ignoring the need for a real medical solution

Nicholas Kristof: Mass killer Opioids met with a shrug

Opinion
New York Jets NFL football owner Woody Johnson. Picture; AP

Donald Trump nominates New York Jets owner as UK ambassador

News 3

Video: Johnny Depp jokes about Donald Trump assassination

Celebrity 4

Under-pressure Uber chief executive Travis Kalanick quits

Tech

Brussels Central Station evacuated after ‘explosion’

World 3

US student sent home from North Korea dies

News 3
Loganair Cabin Crew Chloe Stott (centre) with her mum Katy Stott (right) and grandmother Freida Devin. Picture: PA

Daughter of first baby born on Loganair joins airline’s cabin crew

News
Pint-size filly MicroBoo with owner Jen Baldwin-Murphy. Picture: SWNS

Meet the adorable MicroBoo - one of Britain’s smallest horses

News

Professor Wayne Powell: Food for thought at the biggest agricultural event on the calendar

Opinion
When taking out a funeral plan, check what it does and does not cover

Logan Steele: Planning for a death should be made as simple, secure and painless as possible

Opinion
It has been suggested that Brexit will create a 'sea of opportunity' for the fishing industry. Picture: Getty

Dr Lyndsey Dodds: New technology can prove to be a net gain for our fishing industry

Opinion
Darren Simpson, right, with co-hosts on The Best in Australia  (Foxtel via AP)

Obituary: Darren Simpson, Belfast-born chef who became an Australian TV star

Obituaries

Obituary: Jerry Nelson, ground-breaking telescope designer

Obituaries
A 1940s photograph of the then-Patricia Mountbatten (Gordon Anthony/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Obituary: Patricia Knatchbull, 2nd Countess Mountbatten of Burma

Obituaries 1
US student Otto Warmbier cries while speaking to reporters in Pyongyang, North Korea in February 2016 (Korean Central News Agency/Korea News Service via AP)

Obituary: Otto Warmbier, American student who died after imprisonment by North Korea

Obituaries

Video: Johnny Depp jokes about Donald Trump assassination

Celebrity 4

Billy Connolly receives honorary degree from Strathclyde

Education 14
Carrie Fisher's autopsy revealed she had cocaine and other hard drugs in her system.

Carrie Fisher had hard drugs in her system autopsy confirms

Celebrity
Ant McPartlin, left, say he's "let people down" ahead of reportedly entering rehab following a battle with depression, alcohol and substance abuse. Picture: PA

Ant McPartlin ‘truly sorry’ as presenter checks into rehab

UK