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SNP set to resist tax hike for highest earners in Scotland

Politics 48
The winged tiara will go on display at the V&A Dundee

Dundee V&A to display Scots duchess’s ‘Valkyrie’ diamond tiara

Light sleet showers

Scott Macnab: A tartan tax hike that could test devolution


Chris Froome could be stripped of Vuelta title after drugs test result


Democrat Doug Jones wins Alabama Senate election


Glasgow residents ‘resign themselves’ to living with bed bugs

News 14
Donald Trump, right, speaks to Prime Minister Theresa May during a NATO summit of heads of state in Brussels. Picture: AP/Matt Dunham

Donald Trump’s UK visit set to go ahead despite tweets row


Ruth Davidson hints at switch from Holyrood to Westminster

Politics 521

Rumour Mill: Celtic eye goalie | Murty plays down title challenge | Celtic striker ‘could leave’

Chris Froome pictured in the final stage of La Vuelta in Madrid. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Chris Froome could be stripped of Vuelta title after drugs test result

Leigh Griffiths in training. The striker has been an unused substitute in Celtics last three matches. Picture: Paul Devlin/SNS

Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers insists he’s not snubbing Leigh Griffiths

Premiership 3
Esmael Goncalves slots the ball past Dundee keeper Elliot Parish to open the scoring for Hearts. Picture: Rob Casey/SNS

Hearts 2 - 0 Dundee: Levein’s men enjoy home comforts again

Hearts 6

Celtic’s wanted man Moussa Dembele keeps his focus


Any Rangers title bid played down as Graeme Murty seeks consistency

Hibernian 11

Should Rangers keep their new diamond formation for the trip to Hibs?

Premiership 8

Derek McInnes hopes Aberdeen chief loosens purse strings

St Johnstone
Edinburgh's Viliame Mata in action

Centre Mark Bennett’s Edinburgh comeback delayed

Challenge Cup

What next for Derek McInnes and Aberdeen after his Rangers rejection?

Craig Fowler

Aidan Smith: We must stop Ed Sheeran getting to Christmas number one

Opinion 6
All smiles: EU President Jean-Claude Juncker greets Theresa May at the EU Commission in Brussels. (Picture: PA)

Paris Gourtsoyannis: May’s Brexit deal is actually a trap

Opinion 43
Activists occupied 190 Trongate in Glasgow to highlight homelessness (Picture: John Devlin)

Darren McGarvey: occupation that could kickstart bid to tackle homelessness

Opinion 6
Greater energy efficiency could reduce fuel poverty and help reduce carbon emissions

Sarah Beattie-Smith: How high energy bills are making us ill

Opinion 6

Brian Monteith: Brexit agreement is a sham to save the PM

Opinion 96

John McLellan: Viewers should prepare for more Auntie Beeb

Opinion 2
Olly Dmitriev founded Edinburgh-based Vert Rotors in 2013. Picture: Contributed

Vert Rotors scales up with new industrial compressor

Sparrows Group announces acquisition of wind energy specialist Alpha Offshore Service

Sparrows Group has cemented its position in the renewables sector with the acquisition of Danish wind energy specialist Alpha Offshore Service A/S.

Already a supplier of capital equipment to the wind energy industry, the deal significantly strengthens the groups operations and maintenance capabilities in the sector.

Alpha Offshore provides engineering personnel and inspection services to the energy industry, specialising in the delivery of operations and maintenance, and supervisory and commissioning services to onshore and offshore wind developments.

The company will continue to be run under the same management as a separate entity within the Sparrows Group, ensuring operational consistency whilst also providing them with access to a wider pool of expertise and resources.

Sparrows swoops on Danish specialist

A bright future for the North Sea is predicted. Picture: Ivar Langvik

New player seen as vote of confidence in North Sea future

News 4

Scottish airport numbers continue to rise to record levels

News 3

Bill Jamieson: Investors put trust in Scotland’s canniness


Edinburgh’s Lomond in fresh push into south


Laura Westring: Software industry tackles gender gap

Opinion 1
Codeclan is among the companies getting more women involved in coding.

Former IBM vice president to take reins at CodeClan


John McLellan: Will start-ups match Scotsman’s staying power?

The best Christmas gift ideas for drinks fans in Edinburgh

Food and Drink
The West End of Princes Street, Edinburgh, which was named in honour of the sons of King George III. Picture: Ian Rutherford

The curious origins of 20 Edinburgh street names

T2, the criticially acclaimed sequel to Trainspotting, was among the biggest film productions in Scotland in recent years. Picture: Contributed

Screen unit aims to double the value of film production in Scotland

TV & Radio

Map: How the number of Scottish Gaelic speakers has changed since 1891

Lifestyle 132

Brian Ferguson: Paisley should show what it would have done with culture title

Brian Ferguson