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Door closed on devolution deal, Mundell tells the SNP

Politics 29
Flames and plumes of smoke engulfed the world-renowned Mackintosh building in the city centre. Picture: John Devlin.

Experts raise doubts over the rebuilding of a ‘replica’ Mack


Ian Blackford to call for emergency laws to end Brexit ‘power grab’

Politics 527

Euan McColm: SNP ignores history with politics of grievance

Opinion 800

Scottish property prices soar ahead by seven per cent in just three months

Waverley  mall're vamp'plans''Aerial From Scott Monument

Redeveloped Waverley Mall ‘will lure both shoppers and tourists’

News 1
EMBARGOED TO 0001 MONDAY JUNE 18''Firearms on show after they were handed in at a police station. Police are launching a two-week gun amnesty to stop firearms falling into the hands of criminals. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Monday June 11, 2018. Anyone who has a firearm or ammunition without a valid certificate can take it to one of 43 police stations around the country during the amnesty, which runs from Monday June 18 until Sunday July 1. See PA story SCOTLAND Firearms. Photo credit should read: Lucinda Cameron/PA Wire

Fortnight amnesty for illegally held guns begins today


SRU set up ‘full review’ into claims about Mark Dodson

Rugby union
Andy Murray expects to suffer the same nerves as he did on his Queen's debut at the age of 18. Picture: PA

All eyes on Andy Murray as Scot makes comeback at Queen’s

Skipper Stuart Hogg's disappointment is plain to see as he leaves the field after Scotland lost to USA. Picture: David Gibson/Fotosport

Mistakes prove costly in Scotland’s defeat by USA

Hirving Lozano scores Mexico's winning goal against Germany. Picture: Getty.

Germany 0 - 1 Mexico: World champions floored by Lozano winner

Football 2

Brazil 1-1 Switzerland: Zuber earns draw for plucky Swiss


Flockhart offers support to under-fire Dodson... for now


Scotland release five players for Test against Argentina

Scotland 1

Scotland U20 Scotland 31 - 39 Georgia U20: Steep learning curve for Scots

England captain Harry Kane dodges Kyle Walker during yesterday's training routine in Volgograd. Picture: PA.

England manager Gareth Southgate calls on the marine spirit


Iain Morrison: Murrayfield arrogance leads to calls for change

Iain Morrison

Allan Massie: Gregor Townsend boosted by Scotland’s strength in depth

Scotland 2

7 biggest gripes with the 2018/19 Scottish Premiership fixture list

Premiership 5

In pictures: 19 of Scottish football’s most outlandish transfer rumours

Premiership 4

In pictures: What could the Hummel-made Rangers kits look like?

Rangers 7
Nikola Katic has joined Rangers on a four-year contract. Picture: Rangers TV

Six things Rangers fans should know about Nikola Katic

Rangers 2

Lesley Riddoch: How Scotland could learn from Iceland’s World Cup success

Lionel Shriver highlighted Penguin Random House's 'politically correct' agende for new hires and authors

Kirsty Gunn: Just like Lionel Shriver, we need to talk about hyper-liberalism

Colombia fans kiss a replica world cup trophy. Picture: PA

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

Whitelee Wind Farm, the largest onshore site in the UK. Picture: John Devlin

Lindsay McQuade: Economic facts alone should blow away doubts about wind power

Opinion 5

Euan McColm: SNP ignores history with politics of grievance

Opinion 800
Experts say we are on the cusp of an AI and blockchain revolution. Picture: Contributed

Hundreds of jobs in pipeline as button pressed on capital AI hub

Tech 5
The south rotunda which is home to Cleanship Solutions. Picture: submitted

Glasgow marine engineering firm Cleanship Solutions eyes growth

Tech 1
Andrew Seaton (left), Angus MacSween (middle), Richard Logan (right). Picture Peter Devlin

Iomart revenues close in on £100m mark

Alistair Sergeant, Paul Forrest and Michael Young. Picture: submitted

Purple Vantage launches to help companies with big data


Video: how can we make fintech more secure?

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Glasgow distillery raises glass to inaugural single malt after high demand

Retail 1

Scots economy set for growth this year – but rate forecast to slow down

Politics 41

Awards to recognise ‘trailblazing’ women in Scottish tech sector

Tech 1
More houses are being built in Scotland but the level of demand remains high. Picture: PA

Can the number of homes built in Scotland keep pace with demand?

Companies 9

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

In pictures: How to make your own Scottish morning rolls


9 new bars and restaurants to look out for during the Edinburgh Festival

Food and drink
Berry pickers in the early 1900s at Blairgowrie. PIC Berry B/Thomson.

100 years of berry picking and Scottish summers


‘H’ from original Hollywood sign on display at Scottish industrial site

Urquhart Castle on the banks of Loch Ness is looking for summer staff. PIC: Michael Scott/Flickr/Creative Commons.

History lovers wanted by Highland castle this summer

The Proclaimers (Photo by Ebet Roberts/Redferns)

Scottish music stars share stories of their struggle to the top

Jordan Butler is the founder and CEO of Heavy Sound, an East Lothian-based community interest company that specialises in delivering music and arts-based services to young people. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Rap tutorials help troubled Scots school pupils turn the page

Music 4
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