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NHS Scotland pays £193m in compensation over five years

News 4

Blizzard like conditions cause delays to traffic on Scotland’s roads

Transport 4
Union leaders said the number of job losses would run into thousands. Picture: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Carillion collapse puts ‘thousands’ of Scottish jobs at risk

Business 57
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Tributes after Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan dies

Lifestyle 3

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Why we are all immigrants

Politics 22

Leader comment: Sturgeon is right about Scotland’s Brexit problem

Opinion 71

Police Scotland records drop in domestic abuse over Christmas

Politics 21

Scotland weather: Snow, sleet and hail set to blast nation

News 27
RAF Typhoon fighters like the one pictured were scrambled from Lossiemouth. Pic Ian Rutherford

RAF Typhoons scrambled from Lossiemouth to intercept Russian jets

Politics 59

Rumour Mill: Cahill ‘offered to Hearts & Hibs’ | Alves on future | Armstrong op | Boyd blasts Gers

Hearts 55

Stuart Armstrong set for spell on sidelines after hernia operation

Celtic 4

Kris Boyd accuses Rangers of ‘unsettling clubs with derisory offers’

Rangers 13
Midtjylland-bound: Erik Sviatchenko. Picture: John Devlin

Celtic defender Erik Sviatchenko set to join FC Midtjylland on loan

Celtic

Jason Cummings completes loan move to Rangers

Rangers 37

I knew Hibs derby goal crossed line, admits Hearts No 1 Jon McLaughlin

Scottish Cup 14

Craig Levein ‘trying hardest’ to sign new striker for Hearts

Scottish Cup

Cyrille Regis: The gentle giant who braved it all

Football
Attendances at Scottish Premiership games are the highest in Europe on a per capita basis. Picture: SNS Group

Scottish football attendances ‘highest in Europe’ based on population

Premiership 3

Martin Dempster: Desert double-header full of intrigue

Martin Dempster

Who is the most valuable player on each Scottish Premiership side?

Premiership 5

Who is likely to make Scotland’s Six Nations squad?

Scotland 4
Good, but no Waspburger. Stamford Bridges press box offered no Alloa delicacies for Arsene Wenger. Photograph: Ian Kington

Sights we’d like to see: Wenger at Dumbarton, pie voucher in pocket

Dumbarton
D'Arcy Rae of Glasgow Warriors is a solid tighthead. Picture: Bill Murray/SNS

Expect a few newbies in Gregor Townsend’s Six Nations squad

Scotland 7
Danny Wilson is out of contract at the end of the campaign. Picture: John Devlin

12 Premiership stars on expiring deals who should interest other clubs

Premiership 1

Darren McGarvey: Carillion - giants of capitalism or scroungers?

Opinion
Fanny Grainger swapped Edinburgh for Cape Town in South Africa at the end of the 19th century (Picture: Getty)

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Why we are all immigrants

Politics 22
Nicola Sturgeon's concerns about immigration into Scotland should be shared by Theresa May (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Leader comment: Sturgeon is right about Scotland’s Brexit problem

Opinion 71

Lesley Riddoch: Is Nicola Sturgeon the superwoman who can stop Brexit?

Opinion 199
John Swinney Deputy First Minister and Shona Robison Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport

Brian Monteith: Time the SNP stopped dodging NHS responsibilty

Opinion 95
Costruction giant Carillion which has said that it has "no choice but to take steps to enter into compulsory liquidation with immediate effect". Picture; PA

Construction giant Carillion to go into liquidation

News 4
A Loganair flight.

Loganair launches flights from Glasgow to Donegal

Business
HMRC is the largest single creditor in two-thirds of cases.

Debts to taxman triggering more business failures

Business
Nick Freer is founding director of the Freer Consultancy

Nick Freer: Scottish technology mixing with the big boys

Business

Bill Jamieson: Onwards and upwards to 8,000 (while it lasts)

Business

Taylor Wimpey reveals robust 2017 as market remains ‘solid’

Companies 1

David Alexander: I don’t think roof with fall in after Brexit

Opinion 3
Walker Precision Engineering, Glasgow
Gary(left )and Mark Walker (right) with Paddy Graham from Business Growth Fund(centre)

Precision engineer Walker secures £4m funds

Companies

David Alexander: Financial products must match property choices

The new whisky distilleries opening in Scotland in 2018

Companies
File photo dated 09/09/11 of bottles of Irn Bru in the production hall at AG Barr's Irn Bru factory in Cumbernauld. AG Barr is to reduce the sugar content in some of its best known brands, including Irn-Bru, ahead of a government crackdown on the fizzy drinks industry. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday March 1, 2017. The group, which is also behind Rubicon and Tizer, said over 90% of its brands will contain less than 5g of total sugar per 100ml by the autumn of this year. See PA story CITY AGBarr. Photo credit should read: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Scots Twitter users react in anger to plans to change Irn-Bru recipe

Food and drink

Joe Hind’s Scottish food year: Ten Top Tips for Good Food in 2018

Food and drink
The sword, said to have been owned by Robert the Bruce, will go on display in Edinburgh later this month. Picture: TSPL

Rare sword belonging to Robert the Bruce to go on display

Lifestyle
Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret with Lady Helen Graham and Miss Marion Crawford (right) ) after their first ride on the Underground in 1939.  (PIC: Getty Images).

The Queen’s nanny from Fife who was disowned by the Royals

Lifestyle 5
British animator Nick Park aardman animation with a character from new movie. Picture: TSPL

Wallace and Gromit creator opens up on latest animation

News
Zoe Wanamaker as Queen Antedia. Picture: PA Photo/Sky UK Ltd.

Britannia ‘set to become the next Game of Thrones’

News

Video: Five of the best one-day road trips to take in Scotland

Travel