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Girl, 8, dies after getting trapped under logs in Argyll

An eight-year-old girl has died after becoming trapped under logs in an Argyll forest.

Inverness, Highlands & Islands
Quadruple amputee Corinne Hutton, 47, from Lochwinnoch in Renfrewshire, has achieved a momentous feat by completing a super-sprint distance challenge at this year's London Triathlon.

Scotland’s ‘bionic mum’ battles agony to finish triathlon

A brave Scotswoman who lost both her hands and feet after suffering a near-fatal illness has defied agony to cross the finish line at the world’s largest triathlon event.

Glasgow & Strathclyde
A helicopter from Stornoway was involved in the search and rescue operation. Picture: John Devlin

Injured hillwalker ‘crawled for hours’ to safety

An injured hillwalker crawled for hours before being rescued from one of the remotest parts of the UK.

Inverness, Highlands & Islands

Shieldhall: Intrepid tunnellers save Glasgow from floods

I spend more time underground than a King Edward potato.” Mark Burrows is a breed apart, one of a team of itinerant tunnellers who are building one of the longest underground channels to be constructed in Scotland for decades.

News 1
Tarek Naggar is 'fighting for his life' after being shot days before his wedding.

Scot shot days before his wedding in Philippines

A Scottish man has been shot on a Philippine island just days before his wedding.

Glasgow & Strathclyde
Angus Sinclair leaves the High Court in October 2006, having been charged with the World's End murders. He was later acquitted, but retried and convicted in 2014. 
Picture: Neil Hanna

World’s End killer Angus Sinclair on his deathbed

World’s End killer Angus Sinclair has got just months to live, according to prison sources.

News 15
A wash out at today's airshow - crew members sitting under the wing of a spitfire

Scotland’s National Airshow washout for first time in 20 years

Scotland’s National Airshow was a washout today for the first time in its 20-year history after heavy rain and poor visibility grounded most of the flying displays.

Transport 6
Bon Scott fronts the band in their 1970s heyday. Picture: Rex Features

AC/DC fan in bid to crack ‘Da Vinci Code of rock’

New light will be shed on the mysterious death of original AC/DC frontman Bon Scott, the author of a new book about the Kirriemuir-born rocker has promised.

Music 2
St Mary's Catholic Cathedral. Picture: NW Images

Edinburgh cathedral puts on a Mass for stag party

Edinburgh is a city which has gained a reputation for raucous stag parties but not many, if any at all, have ever started off in a church.

Odd 8
Little Ross Island. Picture: submitted

Troubled past of lighthouse murder is recalled after island put on the market

The sale of a beautiful island has led to a retired architect recalling the fateful day he discovered the corpse of lighthouse keeper killed in one of Scotland’s most notorious murders.

Politics 1
On this day 1913: Edinburgh Zoo opens to the public

On this day 1913: Edinburgh Zoo opens to the public

On this day in 1913, Edinburgh Zoo opened its doors for the first time.

News
Alex Salmond spoke to Ian Swanson ahead of his sold out Fringe show. Picture: Greg Mavean

Alex Salmond: Indyref2 will come right as Brexit goes wrong

IndyRef2 will come right because Brexit will go wrong, says Alex Salmond.

Politics 610
The rock art at Achnabreck gives a tantalising insight into prehistoric Scotland. PIC: Historic Environment Scotland.

The mysterious ancient rock art of Scotland

This 5,000-year-old rock art found deep in Kilmartin Glen in Argyll is a powerful reminder of the area’s prehistoric inhabitants.

People & Places 4
Humpback whales star in new book revealing the secrets of ocean life.

Whales compose songs to attract females, Scots scientists find

They are the unbeatable chart-topping “boy band” of the world’s deepest oceans who use their creative vocal talent to attract females, leaving other males trying to imitate them.

Tech 2
Missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague. Picture: SWNS

No trace of missing Corrie McKeague found at landfill site

Police searching a landfill site for missing RAF gunner Corrie McKeague say “no trace” of the serviceman has been found.

News
Inveraray Castle, the ancestral home of the Clan Campbell. Picture:

50 things to do in Argyll this summer

If you’re struggling to find something to do during the summer, why not head to Argyll? The ancient shire on the western seaboard of Scotland is full of historic and contemporary activities for all the family.

Outdoors 1
Picture: John Devlin

Celtic to close Green Brigade standing section for 2 games

CELTIC are to close the ‘Green Brigade’ section of Parkhead for the next two matches.

Glasgow 79
Miller Homes pulled the plug on plans for a stock market float in 2014. Picture: Andrew Smith SG Photography

Edinburgh housebuilder Miller ‘set for £600m takeover’

Miller Homes is in advanced talks over a takeover deal that would value the Edinburgh-based housebuilder at more than £600 million, it has been reported.

Companies
Maclay Murray & Spens chief Kenneth Shand, left, with Dentons' Jeremy Cohen. Picture: Contributed

Maclay Murray & Spens name to disappear in Dentons tie-up

Scots commercial law firm Maclay Murray & Spens (MMS) is to merge with Dentons, the world’s largest law firm as measured by number of lawyers.

Law 5
Blair Logan. Picture: submitted

Blair Logan pleads guilty to Milngavie house fire murder

A man has admitted murdering his brother and attempting to murder his brother’s girlfriend in a New Year’s Day house fire.

Glasgow
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