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Scotland’s weather: Country braced for hottest day of the year so far

News 10

Claim ‘school isn’t free’ as pupils miss out on subjects due to costs

Education 90
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Fresh Scots bid to legalise Assisted Suicide

Politics 2

‘Gross betrayal’ if £1bn Royal Navy contract sent abroad, unions warn

Politics 140

Holyrood urged to back safe drug injection room in Glasgow

Health 29

Assurances sought over Scotland’s military future

News 16

Tributes paid to ‘well-loved’ Dale Winton as TV star dies aged 62

Lifestyle

Villarreal poised to make offer for Celtic striker Moussa Dembele

Celtic 7

Anthony Stokes faces sack from Greek club as ex-Hibs star remains AWOL

Hibernian 1

Rangers agree new kit deal with Hummel - reports

Rangers 2

Two Scottish Premiership clubs eye move for Rangers outcast Kenny Miller

Rangers

Rumour Mill: Two SPFL clubs chase Kenny Miller | further unrest at Ibrox | Rangers agree new kit deal

Premiership 53

Chris Sutton: Graeme Murty should leave ‘toxic’ Rangers

Premiership 27

Hibs announce contract extension for defender Paul Hanlon

Hibernian

Harry Cochrane puts pen to paper on new Hearts contract

Hearts 1

Alan Pattullo: To fall out with one Rangers manager is unfortunate. Two looks like extreme carelessness on the part of Kenny Miller

Alan Pattullo

How Jack Ross transformed St Mirren from relegation battlers to champions

St Mirren 1
A general view of Somerset Park, home of Ayr United. Picture: SNS Group

Patrick McPartlin: Time for Ayr’s marketing to reflect on-field progress

Ayr United 4
Uche Ikpeazu featuring for Cambridge United against Leeds United in an FA Cup game last January. Picture: Getty

Five things Hearts fans should know about Uche Ikpeazu

Hearts 17

Alan Pattullo: Rangers a club devoid of direction as Murty is left exposed

Rangers 27
Enoch Powell. Picture: Contributed

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Enoch Powell has never had greater power

Politics 252
Vladimir Putin assumed the role of speaking truth to Western power in his 2007 Munich speech. Picture: AFP/Getty

Darren McGarvey: Syria crisis is about two bullies who can’t stomach a fight

Opinion 10
Is a lack of nerve killing the cinema?

Aidan Smith: Don’t blame Netflix, a lack of nerve is killing the cinema

Opinion 4
Conservation charity Plantlife has created a list of 12 wild flower species that are safe to pick, to encourage the next generation to engage with nature

Ilona Amos: Show you love the planet – and your mum – with wild flowers

Opinion 1
From left, Patrick Renner, Suzanne Mitskchke, and Rogelio Arellano of MindMate, one of the many start-ups to have come through the EIE programme. Picture: Stewart Attwood

Scottish start-up survey finds growing confidence in tech sector

Tech

Russia considers banning Scotch whisky imports in diplomatic row

Politics 60
Calum Forsyth and Robin Knox of Seed Haus. Picture: Chris Watt

PingGo secures five-figure investment from Seed Haus

Tech
Workers at BiFab marine engineering yards in Fife and Lewis had been facing the threat of redundancy after the company ran into financial difficulties. Picture: TSPL

Canadian firm takes over closure-threatened BiFab yards

Companies 116

JD Wetherspoon shuts all 900 pubs’ social media accounts

News 8

Stephen Jardine: Tesco comeback is not yet in the bag

Opinion 2

Ground-breaking Pentland Firth power scheme passes milestone

Tech 14

Shake-up at STV continues with departure of Alan Clements

TV & Radio 3
A Tesco store. Picture: Michael Gillen

Tesco posts surge in profits after Booker deal

News 2

Bill Jamieson: Diet of low growth ambrosia has begun to cloy

The Scottish Gin Society launches most detailed Scottish gin map yet

Food and drink

Biggest single investment in Scotch whisky tourism launched by Diageo

Food and Drink
The Capital's Melville Monument honours a man widely blamed for delaying the abolition of slavery.

Edinburgh's links to the slave trade set to be laid bare

Lifestyle

Scottish heritage attractions set new visitor record

Lifestyle

Medieval handbell among treasures found on Highland island

Lifestyle
The spot where the Battle of the Braes was fought on Skye in April 1882. PIC: www.geograph.co.uk

OTD 1882: Crofters and police clash at Battle of the Braes

Lifestyle
Bobbi Brown. (Vincent Tullo/The New York Times)

Cosmetics tycoon Bobbi Brown striking out on her own again

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