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Lawyers claim key evidence at trams inquiry ‘affected by jet-lag’

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Whisky is one of the 14 Scottish Protected Geographical  Indications (PGIs) that are likely to be at risk after Brexit, losing their protected status as the US is lobbying against it. Picture: Neil Hanna

Top Scots food brands face bleak future in post-Brexit global trade deals

Politics 4
Demonstrators demand a People's Vote on the final Brexit deal in central London at the weekend. Picture: Niklas HALLE'NNIKLAS HALLE'N/AFP/Getty Images

Lesley Riddoch: Brexit is pushing us to independence

Opinion 9
Sunny spells

Anger over £15m spent by Scots NHS on taxi journeys


Nicola Sturgeon to lead delegation to Berlin

Politics 4

Brian Monteith: Scotland has become a failing McNanny state

Opinion 2

Video: People take to the streets for Anti-Brexit march in Perth

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James Tavernier says Steven Gerrard has already raised standards at Rangers. Picture: John Devlin

James Tavernier: Second best won’t do for Gerrard’s Rangers

Premiership 5
Midfield signing Olly Lee at the opening of Hearts' new club store at Tynecastle. Picture: SNS

Hearts’ Olly Lee insists Premiership move is ‘big step up’

Premiership 1
England forward Harry Kane with the match ball after his hat-trick against Panama. Picture: Martin Bernetti/AFP/Getty Images

Gareth Southgate says he wouldn’t swap Harry Kane for anyone

Football 2
Scotland celebrate their convincing win over Argentina in Resistencia. Picture: Fotosport/David Gibson

Gregor Townsend hails Scotland’s resilience and character


George Horne savours Scotland’s ‘enjoyable’ win in Argentina


Barry McGuigan says Josh Taylor can handle world title fight in US


Hamilton claims Vettel let off too lightly after Bottas crash

Motorsport 1

Scott McTominay linked with loan move to Celtic - reports

Celtic 2
David Law celebrates winning the SSE Scottish Hydro Challenge in Aviemore. Picture: Tony Marshall/Getty Images

David Law claims maiden win on home soil in his 100th tour event


Stephen Halliday: David Goodwillie and football’s moral maze

Stephen Halliday

Stephen Halliday: David Goodwillie and football’s moral maze

Clyde 6
Scotland No 8 David Denton can use his power to penetrate the Argentina defence. Picture: �Fotosport/David Gibson

Allan Massie: David Denton can be free-running powerhouse we need

Scotland 1
Peter Haring. Pic: Steindy

Five stats that would’ve attracted Hearts to new signing Peter Haring

Hearts 5
Finlay Pretsell's movie gives us an up-close view of cyclist David Millar in the latter part of his career.

Richard Moore: Film on David Millar’s decline shows there’s no sentiment in sport

Cycling 2
Aberdeen will take on Sean Dyche's side in the Europa League. Picture: Getty

Four reasons why Aberdeen might shock Burnley

Aberdeen 5

Lesley Riddoch: Brexit is pushing us to independence

Opinion 9
Smokers will be pushed further and further from lobbies and doorways out into the street, says Brian Monteith. Picture:  Julie Howden

Brian Monteith: Scotland has become a failing McNanny state

Opinion 2
Rip It Up exhibition at the National Museum Scotland celebrating Scottish Pop Music through the years. Picture: Greg Macvean

Brian Ferguson: Time to rip it up and start again on music policy

Glasgow University graduates celebrate ' but is their joy likely to be short-lived away from the education treadmill? Picture: John Devlin

John McLellan: What is that First really worth?

The modern versions of the 'virtual assistant' ' Apple's Siri or Amazon's Alexa have been given female voices, presumably after much market research and focus group planning. Picture: Contributed

Jane Bradley: Pioneer of AI will be turning in his grave

Opinion 3
Jade Holland Cooper. Picture: submitted

Fashion entrepreneur Jade Holland Cooper on her Scottish influences


House of Fraser to close stores and slash 6,000 jobs

News 3
Currency traders at Worldwide Currencies Ltd in London's Canary Wharf stand at their desks to cold call during 'power hour'. So-called 'robo-trading' is reducing demand for such practices. Picture: PA

How machine learning is transforming the stock exchange

Financial 1

Lesley Murphy: There’s no place like home for working


Edinburgh Archangels syndicate recognised after record year


Rocketing demand for data science skills by students and firms

Tech 1

Lord Haughey named EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2018

Airbus employs 14,000 people at 25 sites across the country

Aerospace giant Airbus threatens to quit UK in event of hard Brexit

Companies 74

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

Ten best Edinburgh restaurants to dine in on a summer evening

Food and Drink

In pictures: How to make your own Scottish morning rolls

News 1
Mull is running out of cemetary space. Picture: Geograph

Grave problem for islanders as Mull runs out of cemetery space

News 7
The estate is on the market for 2.78m.

Argyll estate which inspired the Dam Busters raid put up for sale

Lifestyle 1
Actress Kelly Macdonald arrives on the red carpet for the opening night of the 2018 Edinburgh International Film Festival. Picture: Jane Barlow/PA Wire

Kelly Macdonald calls for end to ‘madness’ of male-dominated film industry

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If you don't want to miss out on the best shows and deals, it's time to book your Fringe tickets (Photo: Shutterstock)

15 Edinburgh Fringe comedy shows you should book now to avoid disappointment

Producer Chris Young is overseeing the project

Inbetweeners producer praised for film and TV school vision for Skye

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