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Government will review ban on cannabis for medicinal use

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Scots consume ‘10 litres of pure alcohol a year’

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Scottish library closures soar as council cuts bite

Politics 35

Warning over illegal metal detecting at Hadrian’s Wall


Michael Gove to be quizzed by MSPs on Brexit

News 18

Ruth Davidson: I would not be here without the NHS

Opinion 10
Two teenage brothers say they are 'terrified' they will be killed by Islamic extremists if they are deported to Pakistan from Scotland. Picture: Cameron Brooks

Teen brothers fear death if deported to Pakistan from Scotland

Politics 15
Lauren Murphy says she tries to limit her son's unhealthy snacks. Picture: Mark Anderson

Scots toddlers eat a million sweets a week

UK 7

Rumour Mill: Celtic after La Liga ace? | Rangers eye right back | Hearts sweat over Milinkovic

Celtic 9

Celtic kick off Champions League bid with 5,000-mile round trip

Celtic 3

Hearts agree fee for fans’ favourite David Milinkovic

Hearts 4

Russia 3 - 1 Egypt: Ruthless hosts put Salah’s side to sword

Football 1

Colombia 1 - 2 Japan: Sanchez red card proves costly

More in sport

Poland 1 - 2 Senegal: Africa’s first win at the 2018 World Cup


James Lang comes out of left field on Scotland tour

Ariya Jutanugarn will tee off at the Ladies Scottish Open next month. Picture: Getty Images.

Pernilla Lindberg and Ariya Jutanugarn to play in Ladies Scottish Open


Watching England on BBC is tough but ITV would have been a whole lot worse

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Watching England on BBC is tough but ITV would have been a whole lot worse

Football 10
Andy Murray shakes hands with Australia's Nick Kyrgios after their first round match at Queen's. Picture: Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty Images

Crowd roar showed just how much British tennis has missed Andy Murray


What can Celtic expect from Alashkert in the Champions League qualifying round one?

Celtic 1

The 11 players linked with Rangers since Steven Gerrard’s arrival

Rangers 2

In pictures: The 10 players linked with a move to Celtic

Celtic 1

Ruth Davidson: I would not be here without the NHS

Opinion 10
Labour was unable to recapture the 'Oh Jeremy Corbyn' magic of Glastonbury with its festival in north London. Picture: PA

Ayesha Hazarika: Emotion over reason is the new politics – and that has stunted discourse

Opinion 2
William Hague has sparked debate by calling for the legalisation of cannabis for recreational use. Picture: Getty

Chris Marshall: Hague may mean well but cannabis is still a real risk to users

Opinion 1

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Brexit dividend could cost May dear

Politics 75

Darren McGarvey: Journalists must leave their ivory towers to gain respect

Opinion 23
Aerial view of the Tomatin distillery site near Inverness. Picture: Contributed

Distiller Tomatin cheers strong sales rise


Developers search for occupiers for remainder of Lomondgate scheme


Video: Key players shaping Scotland’s Fintech future


Redeveloped Waverley Mall ‘will lure both shoppers and tourists’

Retail 1

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

Tech 5

Glasgow marine engineering firm Cleanship Solutions eyes growth

Tech 1

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

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

Revealed: Where to find the last precious cans of old recipe Irn-Bru

Food and drink

8 of the best food and drink experiences to try in Edinburgh this summer

Food and drink

In pictures: How to make your own Scottish morning rolls

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The estate is on the market for 2.78m.

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


Most remote hostel in UK opens at Cape Wrath lighthouse

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

100 years of berry picking and Scottish summers

Hollywood icon Kevin Costner in Yellowstone. Picture: Paramount Network

Kevin Costner back in the saddle with modern-day western

Benjamin Myers is the winner of the Walter Scott Prize for Histrorical Fiction 2018 for his book The Gallows Pole

Story of 18th century Yorkshire gang wins Walter Scott Prize

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