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Medic calls for NHS to focus on patients instead of targets

Nicola Sturgeon could face a Supreme Court challenge. Picture: Getty Images

Academic: Holyrood and Westminster facing Brexit court battle

Muriel Spark and Penelope Jardine. Picture: Nick Cornish

Muriel Spark’s companion of 30 years tells of ‘deep friendship’

Lifestyle 3
Light showers

Police force remains ‘strong and resilient’


Teachers threaten strike action over pay


Theresa May hosts Burns Supper in Downing Street

News 182

Army could stay in Germany to counter Russian aggression

UK 8
Humphrey Errington has taken council to court. Picture: Neil Hanna

Cheese firm takes council to court over E.coli warning

Michael ONeill was at Rugby Park and Tynecastle, inset, over the weekend, fuelling speculation that he might be about to accept the  Scotland job. Picture: SNS.

SFA back to square one as Michael O’Neill rejects Scotland offer

Scott Brown believes the fixture calendar is pushing Celtic players to the limit. Picture: SNS.

Celtic’s Scott Brown in talks with union over summer break

Michael ONeill will today head to Lausanne in Switzerland for the Nations League draw still as the manager of Northern Ireland. Picture: Getty.

Michael O’Neill - the one that Scotland allowed to get away

Celtics No 10 Moussa Dembele was all smiles in training at Lennoxtown yesterday but he might not be involved against Partick Thistle tonight. Picture: SNS.

Celtic and Moussa Dembele are drifting apart


Scotland must roll with it as injuries take toll ahead of Six Nations

Six Nations

Martin Dempster: If you think golf is boring, watch week’s stunning action


Michael O’Neill rejects Scotland job - who is next in line?

Scotland 6
Scott Brown and Kieran Tierney could be faced with a shorter break if they play in the summer friendlies before European games. Picture: Michael Gillen

Scotland friendlies ‘won’t benefit Celtic players’ says Scott Brown

Scotland 15

Aidan Smith: Scotland’s ‘natural disorder’ gives lie to Craig Levein jibe

Aidan Smith

Lesley Riddoch: Will Scotland finally discover Dundee?

Opinion 64
After his intervention in matters at the Scottish Police Authority, Justice Secretary Michael Matheson must now be odds-on favourite to depart in a Cabinet reshuffle, says Brian Monteith.

Brian Monteith: The party who voters can trust will reap the benefit

Opinion 40
In each situation, in an office, in a room, on the street, women must stand up for themselves. Picture: Getty/iStockphoto

Kirsty Gunn: Women need to be brave on streets, not just say ‘me too’

Opinion 6
After comming to a wage increase for public sector workers, the Scottish Government now has to deliver - to all.

Leader comment: Public sector pay rise must apply to all

Opinion 4
The MV Glen Sannox, the UK's first dual-fuel ferry, is launched at Ferguson Marine Engineering in Port Glasgow. Picture: PA

Will 2018 be plain sailing for the Clyde shipyards?

Companies 11
The Edinburgh-based start-up has won a lucrative contract from Shell. Picture: PA

Edinburgh-based start-up Cognitive Geology wins Shell contract

Tech 1

Construction giant Carillion to go into liquidation

News 7

Loganair launches flights from Glasgow to Donegal

Business 1

Debts to taxman triggering more business failures

Business 3

Nick Freer: Scottish technology mixing with the big boys

The FTSE100 is closing in on 8,000. Picture: AFP/Getty

Bill Jamieson: Onwards and upwards to 8,000 (while it lasts)


David Alexander: Financial products must match property choices

Video: The colour of Scotch whisky explained

St Andrew Square and The Mound precinct are to be turned into chill out spaces for a new spring event

‘Chill out places’ to be created in Edinburgh city centre

Oxfam's Byers Road store in Glasgow is the charity's biggest success story - thanks to customers' love affair with vinyl and CDs

Surge in vinyl sales helps boost charity shop profits

Early to bed and having plenty of gym gear is the key to a fitness regime, a survey found

The best exercise regime: Early to bed and pack gym gear in advance

31st March 1928:  The Scottish captain Jimmy McMullan leads out his team for the International soccer match between England and Scotland. Alex James scored twice and Scotland won the game 5 - 1.  (Photo by Davis/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Why Scotland would have won the World Cup – if only we’d turned up

Lifestyle 8

Brian Ferguson: Celtic Connections deserves support