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Pride Edinburgh marks 21 years since the festival started (Picture: Steven Scott Taylor)

Ruth Davidson: How secrets about sexuality damage the economy

Opinion 140
Wavegarden has been given the green light

Plans for surfing centre at disused Ratho quarry approved

Light showers

Top five ranking for St Andrews University in UK league table

Education 18

Alfie Evans’ parents in final legal appeal

UK 1

Calexit: California independence bid to emulate Scottish Yes campaign


Fewer patients reporting positive GP experiences, says survey

Politics 32

‘Boris Bikes’ operator set to run Edinburgh cycle hire scheme

Transport 10
Caption: Hermann Twickler, Managing Director of PressureFab Group and Andy Curran, previous owner of Houston's of Cupar.

Businessman who created £400k false invoice banned from running companies

Dundee & Tayside 1
Andy Murray hasn't played a competitive match since Wimbledon last year. Picture: John Devlin

Andy Murray decides against making injury comeback in Glasgow


Rumour Mill: McGregor to make Ibrox return | Hibs chase midfielder | Rangers blast Hibs in statement

Premiership 236

Rangers issue statement after Hibs cut ticket allocation

Hibernian 59

Rangers look to bring Allan McGregor back to Ibrox - reports

Rangers 1

Steven Gerrard odds-on favourite to be next Rangers manager

Rangers 23

Celtic could win five trebles in a row claims Stiliyan Petrov

Celtic 2

Cockerill says days of Glasgow getting all the best players are over

Rugby union
Alan Stubbs says Celtic players and fans should savour every moment of their current dominance over Rangers. Picture: Rob Casey/SNS

Alan Stubbs: Celtic must savour total domination of Rangers

Premiership 5

Aidan Smith: It’s a great time to be in the banner game

Aidan Smith

Comment: Hibs have done nothing wrong in cutting Rangers’ tickets


Best Twitter reactions to the latest Rangers statement

Rangers 2

In pictures: Are these Celtic’s worst ever kits?

Celtic 1

How the Rangers players have rated over the entire season

Rangers 3

How the Celtic players have rated over the entire season


Ayesha Hazarika: Institutional racism is alive and well in UK

Opinion 93
Pride Edinburgh marks 21 years since the festival started (Picture: Steven Scott Taylor)

Ruth Davidson: How secrets about sexuality damage the economy

Opinion 141
James Shaw, right, gets a hug from Waffle House CEO Walt Ehmer during a press conference on the Waffle House shooting Sunday, April 22, 2018 in Nashville, Tenn. Shaw wrestled the gun from the suspect. (Wade Payne/The Tennessean via AP)

Martyn McLaughlin: The mass shooting ‘hero’ who rejected the accolade

Opinion 2
Kendrick Lamar has produced a mind-blowing body of work and is worthy of his Pulitzer Prize (Picture: Getty)

Darren McGarvey: The cocksure knuckledraggers who still dismiss rap

Opinion 30
Shaggy and Sting performed for the 92-year-old Queen but she may take up the latter on his idea to put him 'in the Tower' (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Aidan Smith: May must be only person in UK who liked Queen’s party

Opinion 5
The Scottish Government hub in Berlin, which opened this week, aims to grow links between the two countries. Picture: Harald Helmlechner/Wikicommons

Scottish Government opens hub in Berlin to boost business links

Politics 27

Scottish island seeks investors for first wind power scheme

Tech 9

Complaints over chemist chain’s refusal to handle Scottish notes

Retail 51
RBS has faced criticism for closing scores of bank branches amid a migration to banking by smartphone. Picture: Stuart Cobley

RBS pushes button on chief digital officer role


Comment: North Sea troubles have been good for tech sector

Tech 4

Scottish start-up survey finds growing confidence in tech sector


Russia considers banning Scotch whisky imports in diplomatic row

Politics 72

PingGo secures five-figure investment from Seed Haus

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 119

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

In pictures: 15 foods that only people from Scotland will know what they are

News 1

The Scottish Gin Society launches most detailed Scottish gin map yet

Food and drink

Story of ancient Dalriada kingdom to be told at Crinan Canal

Lifestyle 4
Three of the tiny coffins found on Arthur's Seat in 1836. Picture: TSPL

Author claims to have solved Edinburgh coffin-doll mystery

Lifestyle 7
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 11

Film review: Avengers: Infinity War

'Doric Boule', created in 2017 by Nick Ross, a graduate of Gray's School of Art in Aberdeen, featured a series of granite benches sourced from quarries all over the world installed in Marischal College's quad

Hillary Nicoll: Look Again... there is a lot more to Aberdeen than just grey granite

Opinion 1
Donald MacLellan has  taken a fascinating snapshot of Scottish society by documenting the lives of his childhood pals.

Whatever happened to the Year 2 class of 1980?

News 1
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