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523 children identified as potential online sex abuse victims

News 21
Law Society of Scotland president Eilidh Wiseman is concerned by the proposals.
 Picture: Ian Rutherford

Lawyers fear court fees rise will affect ‘access to justice’

Politics 9
The Prevent programme requires teachers to report extremist behaviour or radicalised beliefs to authorities. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Proposed classroom terror scheme ‘will only increase racism’

Education 6
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Benefits name could be dropped from new Scots social security system

News 141

Fishing boat on Argyll loch is best landscape photo

News 7

E.Coli outbreak in Scotland linked to blue cheese

Health 2

Parents seek compensation over named person legislation

Politics 56

Centuries-old bishop’s seal matrix discovered in Fife

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Allan Bryant has not been seen since leaving a Glenrothes nightclub in 2013. His father believes his son has been murdered. Picture: Contributed

Family of Scot feared murdered buy TV ad slots to uncover truth

News
Law Society of Scotland president Eilidh Wiseman is concerned by the proposals.
 Picture: Ian Rutherford

Lawyers fear court fees rise will affect ‘access to justice’

Politics 9
An artists impression of the planned �18bn Hinkley Point facility. Picture: PA

Confusion as Hinkley Point decision put off to autumn

Business 5
Picture: Jane Barlow

Parents seek compensation over named person legislation

Politics 56
Picture: John Devlin

Benefits name could be dropped from new Scots social security system

News 141
More than 500 children have been identified as potential victims of online sexual abuse during a major police investigation. Picture: PA

523 children identified as potential online sex abuse victims

News 21
Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale  saw at first hand how Donald Trumps railing against Washington appeals. Picture: Getty Images

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Dugdale’s US insight handy at Holyrood

Opinion 6
The Margaret Rae arrives in the village of Rhenigidale in 1981. At that point, there were only two ways into the Harris outpost  by sea or on a hazardous hike. Picture: Contributed

Brian Wilson: Remote control is key for the future

Opinion 1

Hillary Clinton goads Trump as she accepts Democratic nomination

World 7

‘No plans’ to reintroduce blue British passports after Brexit

News 21

Treasury cat Gladstone joins feline crowd in Whitehall

Odd

Ian Simpson: Is it time for the SNP to drop its commitment to the monarchy?

News 25
BA owner IAG is revisiting plans for growth amid Brexit turbulence. Picture: Getty Images

BA owner IAG revisits growth plans amid Brexit uncertainty

Transport 2
A new scheme will see some airports selling alcohol in sealed bags to reduce drink problems on flights. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Sale of alcohol at UK airports to be reviewed after incidents

Transport 12
" I enjoyed a care-free coach ride, two CalMac ferries and a West Coast Motors double decker to take me across Mull". Picture: Craig Borland

Alastair Dalton: Enjoying the journey has always been an option

Opinion 1

Video: Timelapse reveals Glasgow Subway upgrading work

Transport 3

Old Man of Storr popularity is creating road safety hazard

News 2

Young Scots warned against playing on rail tracks

News

Glasgow Central hit by delays after electrical fault

News 1
The Prevent programme requires teachers to report extremist behaviour or radicalised beliefs to authorities. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Proposed classroom terror scheme ‘will only increase racism’

Education 6
More than 500 children have been identified as potential victims of online sexual abuse during a major police investigation. Picture: PA

523 children identified as potential online sex abuse victims

News 21
The No To Named Person campaign group opposed the Scottish Government's plans to appoint state guardians. Picture: Gordon Fraser

Leaders: Named Person ruling offers opportunity to get it right

Politics 28
Ensuring the pupils developed a viable business model were the Academys expert mentors including Ashley Baxter from Insurance by Jack and Mallzees Cally Russell (Pictured). Picture: TSPL

‘Mallzee for make-up’ comes top in teen pitching competition

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Edinburgh University is one of a number in Scotland seeking reassurance on rights of EU research nationals post-Brexit. Picture: Ian Georgeson/JP Licence

Universities seeking reassurance on rights of EU nationals

News 5
Counter-terrorism training for educational institutions should be scrapped, campaigners have said. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Bin counter-terrorism training for Scots teachers, say campaigners

Education 11

Man who walked around Stirling Uni library naked fined £600 for ‘dare’

Odd 12

Call for end to counter-terror training for Scots teachers

News 9

Scientists put 1.2m galaxies on largest 3D space map ever made

Education 3

City of Glasgow College shortlisted for architectural prize

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An artists impression of the planned �18bn Hinkley Point facility. Picture: PA

Confusion as Hinkley Point decision put off to autumn

Business 5
Tiny glass particles made from crushed recycled bottles.

How Scotland’s empty wine bottles help create clean water

Tech
Marine mammals, like minke whales, play a vital role in ecosystems. Picture: SWNS

Sarah Dolman: Why are we waiting to save sea species?

Opinion 1
Keeper Brian Reid with the three-week-old cubs. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Scots-born lion cubs in need of names

News 1

Stinging jellyfish found on Scottish beaches

News

EDF gives green light to Hinkley Point nuclear plant deal

UK 8

Old Man of Storr popularity is creating road safety hazard

News 2
Judo star Stephanie Inglis is making remarking recovery from horror crash. Picture: John Devlin

Stephanie Inglis vows to return to judo after recovery

News
There have been 16 confirmed cases of E.coli 0157. Picture: TSPL

E.Coli outbreak in Scotland linked to blue cheese

Health 2
Comedian Kevin Bridges helped open new teenage cancer unit in Glasgow. Picture: John Devlin

Kevin Bridges helps open new cancer unit for teenagers in Glasgow

News
Older people and those with arthritis find it difficult to get eye drops successfully into their eyes. Picture: PA

Liz Adamson: Experience making a positive difference to lives

Opinion
The numbers of those living with diabetes in Scotland is soaring as people live longer. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Diabetes rates flatlining as Scots live longer with condition

News 5
A drug appears to slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease.

Scots researchers hail potential Alzheimer’s drug

News
Hepatitis C can lead to serious liver damage if left untreated. Picture: Getty

Thousands unaware they are living with hepatitis C

News 2

Lizzy Buchan: We must teach children it’s ok to ask for help

Opinion

Scots campaigners welcome Ice Bucket Challenge breakthrough

Charities

Scots mum helps fundraise life-saving op for best friend

Charities

Poorer Scots face late cancer detection rates

News 3
Lloyds is to cut 3000 jobs and shut 200 branches. Picture: Getty Images

3,000 more jobs and 200 more branches to go at Lloyds Bank

Financial 6
Stephen Jackson was wanted on a European Arrest Warrant at the time of the illegal immigration. Picture: SWNS

Sailor handed prison term for smuggling 17 Albanians into UK

UK 3
An artists impression of the planned �18bn Hinkley Point facility. Picture: PA

Confusion as Hinkley Point decision put off to autumn

Business 5
Ken Barrie was the voice of Postman Pat. Picture:

Postman Pat voice actor Ken Barrie dies

UK

Pony breaks into pub, gets drunk, is coaxed out with crisps

UK 2

Angus Robertson: Doing nothing about Brexit is not an option

Opinion 109

Finance firms ‘could relocate to Scotland’ post-Brexit

News 55

Talk of SNP/Labour pact dismissed as ‘utter rubbish’

News 21
A protester holds a cross with name of death row prisoner Seck Osmanu on it in Jakarta. Picture: AP

Four executed over drug crimes in Indonesia despite global protests

World 1
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton watches balloons drop at the end of the fourth day of the Democratic National Convention. Picture: Getty Images

Hillary Clinton goads Trump as she accepts Democratic nomination

World 7
German chancellor Angela Merkel is the centre of attention at the news conference on Thursday. Picture: AP

Germany will still welcome refugees, says Angela Merkel

World 18
Russian defence minister Sergei Shoigu makes announcement. Picture: AP

Russia announces humanitarian operation for embattled Aleppo

World
Gladstone the cat. Picture: HM Treasury/PA Wire

Treasury cat Gladstone joins feline crowd in Whitehall

Odd
Mocha the Shetland pony. Picture: SWNS

Pony breaks into pub, gets drunk, is coaxed out with crisps

UK 2
Keeper Brian Reid with the three-week-old cubs. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Scots-born lion cubs in need of names

News 1

Darth Vader and Stormtroopers give Star Wars fan send off

News

Drumbrae care home residents get in Olympic spirit

News

Photo of Donald Trump’s mother Mary Trump goes viral

News 42

Family of ostriches ‘on the loose in East Ayrshire’

News 11
Sir Chris Hoy in his heyday as a superfit Olypian. Picture: Bryn Lennon/Getty Images)

Sir Chris Hoy pushes himself too far in ‘turbo session’

News
Adele stuns fan on stage with a kiss on the lips. Picture: Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Adele accidentally locks lips with fan on stage in Canada

News 1
James Blunt, whose Scots lookalike is being pestered on his honeymoon. Picture: Jayne Emsley/TSPL

James Blunt fans harass Scots lookalike on honeymoon

News
Ian Rankin will be one of several high-profile figures to perform the show. Picture: PA

Ian Rankin to help read Chilcot Report in its entirety at Fringe show

News 16
Marine mammals, like minke whales, play a vital role in ecosystems. Picture: SWNS

Sarah Dolman: Why are we waiting to save sea species?

Opinion 1
Older people and those with arthritis find it difficult to get eye drops successfully into their eyes. Picture: PA

Liz Adamson: Experience making a positive difference to lives

Opinion
A shoulder to lean on: Listening, and being listened to, is good for your mental health. Picture: Contributed

Viv Dickenson: How lending an ear is first step to recovery

Opinion 1
Ian Carnegie, businessman and newspaper publisher with a life-long love of sailing. Picture: Contributed

Appreciation: Ian Carnegie, businessman and newspaper publisher

Obituaries
Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale  saw at first hand how Donald Trumps railing against Washington appeals. Picture: Getty Images

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Dugdale’s US insight handy at Holyrood

Opinion 6
Fishermen in Scotland are happy about being 'unleashed' from the EU. Picture: PA

Stephen Jardine: Plenty to chew over as Brexit is digested

Opinion
The Margaret Rae arrives in the village of Rhenigidale in 1981. At that point, there were only two ways into the Harris outpost  by sea or on a hazardous hike. Picture: Contributed

Brian Wilson: Remote control is key for the future

Opinion 1
Jennifer Jones with her two dogs and an Eevee. Picture: John Devlin

Insight: Do we need a cure for the Pokémon bug?

Opinion 9
Hundreds demonstrate at the Scottish Parliament for Scotland to remain part of the European Union. Picture: Steven Scott Taylor

Angus Robertson: Doing nothing about Brexit is not an option

Opinion 109
Marine mammals, like minke whales, play a vital role in ecosystems. Picture: SWNS

Sarah Dolman: Why are we waiting to save sea species?

Opinion 1
Protesters stand outside the Supreme Court as judges ruled against the Scottish Governments controversial Named Person scheme. Picture: PA

Morag Driscoll: Difficult issues to tackle after named person ruling

Politics 15

Liz Adamson: Experience making a positive difference to lives

Opinion

Viv Dickenson: How lending an ear is first step to recovery

Opinion 1

Leaders: Named Person ruling offers opportunity to get it right

Politics 28

Alastair Dalton: Enjoying the journey has always been an option

Opinion 1