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Former Justice Secretary: Police can’t respond to ‘minor’ crimes

News 68
Flights to Edinburgh Airport and Glasgow were cancelled this morning. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Scotland’s weather: Flights cancelled as snow impacts UK airports

Kit Harington was spotted helping people pack their Christmas trees.

Game of Thrones star Kit Harington helps sell Christmas trees

Sunny spells

Scots small businesses oppose income tax increase in budget

Politics 34

Lesley Riddoch: Not just the SNP on trial in battleground budget

Opinion 50

Scotland’s weather: Fresh snow warning as temperature hits record low

News 4
Katie Hopkins claimed she was repatriated. Picture; Getty

Katie Hopkins ‘forced back from Australia’ after ‘sweaty jocks’ tweet

News 89

Celtic linked with move for RB Leipzig defender Marvin Compper


Rumour Mill: Sinclair reveals ref praise | New deal for Gers man? | Hibs eye Northern Ireland star

Celtic 75
Brendan Rodgers thanks Mikael Lustig for the late goal-line clearance that prevented Hibs' Oli Shaw ending Celtic's unbeaten run. Picture: SNS

Brendan Rodgers: It would have been a crime if we’d lost

Celtic 8

Hibs’ Oli Shaw thought strike was going to halt invincibles

Hibernian 1

Graeme Murty steadying Rangers ship amid Ibrox uncertainty


Hearts hope win over Motherwell will act as springboard

Hearts 3

Edinburgh focus turns to 1872 Cup after eight-try Euro win

Rugby union
Donald Trump sparked controversy earlier this week. Picture: AP

Celtic fans display banner protesting Donald Trump at Easter Road

Politics 51

Alan Pattullo: Rangers statement was infantile and ill judged

Alan Pattullo

David McLean: Let’s hope we don’t need a Sleep in the Park encore

Lifestyle 1
Schoolchildren give flowers to their teacher. (Picture: Getty)

Jane Bradley: Why giving Christmas gifts to teachers can be a bad idea

Opinion 17
Ed Bartlam and Charlie Wood, directors of Edinburgh's Hogmanay, insist there is nothing wrong with having volunteers at the event. (Picture: Jon Savage)

Comment: Edinburgh’s Hogmanay volunteer row is just ‘bashing success’

Opinion 92
Anti-Brexit campaigners wave EU and Union flags outside the Westminster Parliament. (Picture: Getty)

Leader comment: UK-EU deal exposes the contradictions of Brexit

Opinion 369
Josh Littlejohn, founder of Social Bite, which is organising the Sleep in the Park event in Edinburgh's Princes Street Gardens (Picture: Jon Savage)

Stephen Jardine: How sandwich charity is building houses for homeless

Opinion 2
A Barratt development.

Barratt gives £300m boost to economy as jobs sustained

Companies 1
Balmenach make Caorunn Scottish Gin.

Distillery ramps up green credentials with of £3m biogas project

Chris Tiso CEO of Tiso Group opening new store in Aviemore
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Pic Trevor Martin

Retailer Tiso to open Aviemore store

Retail 1

How Govan became a hub for life sciences in Scotland

Tech 1

Bill Jamieson: Reports of the High Street’s death are exaggerated

Opinion 4

Dairy business Graham’s tops up full-year sales


Mulberry widens interim losses but overall sales boosted

"To Let" signs in Channel Street in Galashiels.

David Alexander: Tenants taking landlord route to home ownership

Business 2

John McLellan: Will start-ups match Scotsman’s staying power?

The best Christmas gift ideas for drinks fans in Edinburgh

Food and Drink

Map: How the number of Scottish Gaelic speakers has changed since 1891

Paisley Town Hall illuminated to support the Paisley 2021
 bid. Pictured: Mark Ferguson Gibson

Coventry beats Paisley to be named the next UK City of Culture


Video: Ten Gaelic phrases you can use every day


Brian Ferguson: Paisley should show what it would have done with culture title

Brian Ferguson