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Regions

Scottish company convinced The Queen to embrace solar power

Tech 8
Battle of Culloden by David Morier, an Anglo-Swiss painter supported by the Duke of Cumberland.  PIC Wikicommons

How captured Culloden Jacobite soldiers became plantation slaves

News
Donald Trump will take his presidential oath upon his mother's bible. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)

Inauguration: Donald Trump to swear oath on Scots mother’s Bible

World 1

5 Scottish islands perfect for weekend breaks

Travel 2

Six great Scottish islands you can only reach by sailboat

News 3
The Signal Box in the Cairngorms. Picture: Sykes

7 unusual and idyllic cottages in Scotland

News
The boxes will help Highlands mothers who have to travel 100 miles to give birth. Picture: Contributed

Highlands ‘baby boxes’ for mothers faced with 100-mile trip

News 3
George Goudsmit, managing director of AES Solar, said the UK still lags behind Europe in embracing renewable energy. Picture: Marc Hindley

Scottish company convinced The Queen to embrace solar power

Tech 8
We might not see a packed Pittodrie on many more occasions, with the Dons hoping to flit west to Kingsford. Picture: Craig Foy/SNS

Aidan Smith: What’s not to like about Pittodrie?

Aberdeen 6
Chinda was caught on camera leaving victims flat on Union Terrace  just after her last call. Picture: Google

Killer jailed for ‘depraved’ murder and rape of escort

News 3
The Cromarty Firth has long been used for anchorage when oil prices fall and the need for rigs is diminished. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Small pools offer big advantage to Scotland’s oil industry

Tech
EnerMech boss Doug Duguid said the purchase of EPS widens the group's exposure to the defence, infrastructure and power markets. Picture: Contributed

Australian deal paves way to new markets for EnerMech

Companies
Only extreme weight gain had an affect on adult offspring. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Pregnancy weight gain not linked to early death in adulthood

News

The growing popularity of Nordic cross-country ski-ing

News

Which Scottish shares made the biggest gains last week?

Companies

Aberdeenshire subsea group taps bank for growth drive

News 1

Society mag Tatler puts Moray primary in ‘top school’ list

News 4
The investigation concluded that the actions of the officers were appropriate in gaining entry to the flat to assess the situation and check on the welfare of those inside the property.
Picture: John Devlin

Dundee man’s death not due to “act or omission by police”

News
Charcoalblue's projects include Perth Theatre. Picture: Contributed

Design firm opens Glasgow base on back of Scottish wins

Companies

Man who murdered and dismembered Montrose mother jailed for life

News

‘Dry’ Tayside salmon river tributary reopens after 60 years

News 3

Alliance Trust reveals list of new investment managers

Financial 2

Monday interview: Thorntons Solicitors chairman Colin Graham

Law

From football to knitting: the rise of the Scottish podcast

Tech 1
Pro-independence campaigners are to stage another march through Glasgow city centre in April. Picture: John Devlin/TSPL

Pro-independence campaigners to march again in Glasgow

Politics 146
St Mary's Cathedral in Glasgow's West End belongs to the Scottish Episcopal Church. Picture: Wikicommons

Queen’s chaplain quits over Glasgow Qur’an reading row

News 17
The 'Inner Ring Road' at Port Dundas pictured in 1972. Signage displaying the Ring Road was still present well into the 1990s. Picture: Stuart Baird/www.glasgows-motorways.co.uk

Glasgow’s unbuilt Inner Ring Road

News 6
More than 15,000 new homes will be built in Glasgow in the next five years. Picture: John Devlin/TSPL

Glasgow lays foundations for 15,000 new homes by 2022

Companies 14
Sandy Kennedy, Paul Reynolds, Mark Baird at Gin 71C

Search on for most entrepreneurially-minded Scot

News

Two Scots killed in Saudi Arabia pilgrimage crash tragedy

News 2

Robroyston station opening will be Glasgow’s 60th

Transport 4
Poet Billy Letford. Picture: Andrew O'Brien

Poet calls for ‘proud nation’ ahead of Scotsman bicentenary

Books 1
Ewan McGregor and Kelly Macdonald arriving at the world premiere of Trainspotting 2 at Cineworld in Fountainbridge. Picture: Jane Barlow/PA Wire

Stars arrive in Edinburgh for T2 Trainspotting premiere

Film 10
Braemore chief Ian Lawson hopes to capitalise on strong interest in the short-term letting market. Photograph: Lisa Ferguson

Braemore snaps up Click-Let to exploit ‘huge opportunity’

Companies 1
Mike Welch is embarking on a global expansion drive for the Blackcircles brand. Picture: Jane Barlow

Mike Welch set to drive Blackcircles tyre firm into Asia

Retail 1

On this day 1967: The Dean Bridge bus crash

News

Things you didn't know about T2 Trainspotting (spoiler alert!)

Lifestyle

Scene safe after bomb squad remove ‘grenade’ found in car boot

News 7
A recreation of the royal stronghold of Rheged which has been discovered in Dumfries and Galloway. PIC GUARD Archaeology.

Lost dark age kingdom discovered in Galloway

News 2
Rare white deer captured on camera in Newton Stewart. Picture: Graham Forsyth/SNH

Rare white deer spotted in Newton Stewart

News 2
Loch Lomond on the John Muir Way. Picture: Contributed

John Muir Way awarded Scotland’s Great Trail status

News 4
Charity is seeking bikes for refugees in Ayrshire. Picture: Michael Gillen

Charity appeals for bikes for refugees in Ayrshire

News 4
The wreckage of Pan Am 103 in Lockerbie in 1988. Picture: AP

New film by Scots director to uncover Lockerbie ‘conspiracy’

Lifestyle 15

Heritage centre to be opened to honour Scots Holocaust heroine

News 6

Calvin Harris and Gordon Ramsay features in 2016 celebrity rich list

News 5

New Year Honours knighthood for farmer John Campbell

Farming