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Court rules against Scottish Government’s named person policy

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Angus Robertson is bidding to be the next deputy leader of the the SNP. Picture: PA

Angus Robertson launches SNP deputy leadership bid

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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

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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

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Video: Timelapse reveals Glasgow Subway upgrading work

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EDF gives green light to Hinkley Point nuclear plant deal

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HMRC established that Arshid caused the company to under-declare and conceal liabilities. Picture: PA

Convicted perjurer defrauded taxman to the tune of £1 million

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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

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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 court ruling

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Court rules against Scottish Government’s named person policy

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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

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Jeremy Corbyn will remain in leadership battle. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Jeremy Corbyn will stay in leadership battle, judge decides

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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

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Angus Robertson is bidding to be the next deputy leader of the the SNP. Picture: PA

Angus Robertson launches SNP deputy leadership bid

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Bute refugees criticise claims attributed to them about island

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Henry McLeish calls on Scottish Labour to cut ties with UK party

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Everything you need to know about the named person bill

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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

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" 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
The Glasgow Subway modernisation programme will eventually see driverless trains run on the underground network. Picture: Contributed

Video: Timelapse reveals Glasgow Subway upgrading work

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Old Man of Storr popularity is creating road safety hazard

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Young Scots warned against playing on rail tracks

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Glasgow Central hit by delays after electrical fault

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Fishing boat sank near gas pipe as flood alarm went unheard

Transport
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 3
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

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

Bin counter-terrorism training for Scots teachers, say campaigners

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Stirling University. Picture: Donald Macleod

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

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A campaign group has called for counter-terrorism training for teachers to be suspended. Picture (posed by models): John Devlin

Call for end to counter-terror training for Scots teachers

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

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City of Glasgow College shortlisted for architectural prize

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Nicola Benedetti set to launch campaign for music in schools

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Vandals cause £100,000 worth of damage to Glasgow school

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A protester demonstrates against the new power station. Picture: PA

EDF gives green light to Hinkley Point nuclear plant deal

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The view of the Old Man of Storr, Isle of Skye. Picture: Jane Barlow

Old Man of Storr popularity is creating road safety hazard

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Family of ostriches ‘on the loose in East Ayrshire’

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Plans for Scotland’s largest nature park wins £4.5m boost

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Major £1m funding boost for South of Scotland eagle project

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UK’s oldest seabird found on Hebridean island of Canna

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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

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

Scots researchers hail potential Alzheimer’s drug

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

Thousands unaware they are living with hepatitis C

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1,100 children under the age of 14 who were given antidepressant prescriptions. Picture: TSPL

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

Opinion
Thousands of Scots took part in the Ice Bucket Challenge in August 2014. Picture: Alastair Pryde/JP Resell

Scots campaigners welcome Ice Bucket Challenge breakthrough

Charities
Riekie - who desperately needs a bone marrow transplant - with her two young children. Picture: Contributed

Scots mum helps fundraise life-saving op for best friend

Charities
People from the poorest areas of Scotland are most likely to be diagnosed with cancer at the most advanced stage.

Poorer Scots face late cancer detection rates

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Ministers urged to ‘get a grip’ on rise in bed blocking

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Hundreds more Scots children prescribed anti-depressant pills

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Prince Harry ‘regrets’ not speaking about mother’s death

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Doctor behind campaign to humanise patient care dies aged 34

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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
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 4
HMRC established that Arshid caused the company to under-declare and conceal liabilities. Picture: PA

Convicted perjurer defrauded taxman to the tune of £1 million

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A protester demonstrates against the new power station. Picture: PA

EDF gives green light to Hinkley Point nuclear plant deal

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Angus Robertson: Doing nothing about Brexit is not an option

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Angus Robertson launches SNP deputy leadership bid

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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

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Russian defence minister Sergei Shoigu makes announcement. Picture: AP

Russia announces humanitarian operation for embattled Aleppo

World
Satoshi Uematsu, the suspect of the knife attack at a home for the mentally disabled in Japan. Picture: AP

Japan knifing suspect ‘killed methodically and briskly’

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Turkeys PM Binali Yildirim, second left, as the Supreme Military Council visited Ankara yesterday. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Turkish military faces overhaul after failed coup attempt

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Senior olympics held at Inch View Care Home, Gilmerton, Edinburgh. Isa Soper gets into the curling. Picture Toby Williams

Drumbrae care home residents get in Olympic spirit

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Darth Vader and Stormtroopers give fan Andrew Strachan the send off he wanted. Picture: SWNS

Darth Vader and Stormtroopers give Star Wars fan send off

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Mary Trump, mother of Donald, during a TV interview in 1997. Picture: Contributed

Photo of Donald Trump’s mother Mary Trump goes viral

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Ostriches are on the loose in Ayrshire village of Patna. Picture: Michael Urban/AFP/Getty Images

Family of ostriches ‘on the loose in East Ayrshire’

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Edinburgh Zoo named in top ten places to find rare Pokemon

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Man issued railcard with Chewin’ the Fat character’s photo on it

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Dolly the Sheep’s four cloned ‘sisters’ ageing well

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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’

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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

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

James Blunt fans harass Scots lookalike on honeymoon

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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

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Scouting has delivered non-formal education to young people for more than a century and helps them to fulfil their full potential. Picture: TSPL

Katie Docherty: Time to earn that leadership skills badge

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Scotland should be tremendously proud of what it has to offer in terms of tourism. Picture: TSPL

David Johnstone: Cultural feast just the starter for visitors

Opinion
The Scotland team at the opening ceremony of the 2014 Commonwealth Games. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Charlie Smith: Changing the game when it comes to tourism

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

Appreciation: Ian Carnegie, businessman and newspaper publisher

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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 3
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 court ruling

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" 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
Conflict is not always a bad thing but can create discussion between people and departments. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Jim Duffy: A little office conflict can work wonders for business

Opinion
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

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Prime Minister Theresa May meets Northern Ireland First Minister Arlene Foster, left, and her deputy Martin McGuinness at Stormont. Picture: Charles McQuillan/Getty

Bill Jamieson: ‘Brexit means Brexit’ means what?

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Kelly Barbour: Finding a job is getting harder and harder

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Leaders: Judge at head of abuse inquiry brings credibility

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

Opinion

Katie Docherty: Time to earn that leadership skills badge

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