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Scottish Budget 2017: Private schools hit with £5m rates hike

Politics 119

Scottish Budget 2017: Income tax to be increased

News 1550

Islanders plan Mexican protest if Donald Trump visits Hebrides

Politics 69
Sunny spells

Scottish Budget 2017: How SNP tax reform affects you

Politics 62

Richard Leonard: Scottish Budget shows how far Holyrood has fallen

Opinion 23

BBC criticised for labelling England games as ‘Scottish productions’

News 234

Scotland’s weather: forecasters warn of ice and snow for the west

News 5

Video: 15 photographs showcasing Scotland’s winter scenery

John Hartson believes Derek McInnes was right to turn down the Rangers job. Picture: John Devlin

Jose Mourinho would struggle at Rangers, claims John Hartson

Rangers 3
Graham Dorrans was forced off with injury during the 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock. Picture: SNS

Blow for Rangers as Graham Dorrans ruled out for further three months


Celtic opponents Zenit fined by Russian FA for ‘naked protest’

Celtic 2
AC Milan's Leonardo Bonucci, left, consoles goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma during the Italian Cup game against Hellas Verona. Picture: Daniel Dal Zennaro/ANSA via AP

Why AC Milan turned on their most adored young player


Celtic fans rage over ticket prices for Zenit St Petersburg tie

Celtic 15

Rab Douglas insists he’ll reveal truth behind John Brown fall out

Dundee 5

Catriona Matthew pleased she’s no longer sole Scot on LPGA


Darcy Graham starts at fullback in Edinburgh team to face Krasny Yar

Rugby union
Louis Moult helped Motherwell reach this season's Betfred Cup final. Picture: Michael Gillen

Motherwell confirm Louis Moult will join Preston in January

Motherwell 1

Five things we learned from Hibs 1 - 2 Rangers

Craig Fowler

How Celtic have performed in their last five games

Celtic 5

How Hearts have performed in their last five games

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George Horne. Picture: Getty

Allan Massie: No 9 still a position of strength for Scotland

Scotland 3
David Denton has been in good form for his club. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS/SRU

Iain Morrison: Five faces to freshen up squad for Six Nations

Scotland 6

Richard Leonard: Scottish Budget shows how far Holyrood has fallen

Opinion 23

Murdo Fraser: ‘Nat’ tax brought budget low on Christmas cheer

Opinion 3

Willie Rennie: Budget missed opportunity to invest in education

No voters celebrate victory in 2014  but the Britain they fought for is changing before their eyes. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Kenny MacAskill: No voters’ angst over Brexit UK’s shift to the right

Opinion 109
Madame Tussauds imagines Boris Johnson and Theresa May in a Christmas jumper made for two. Picture: PA

Bill Jamieson: Growing public distrust of politicians is dangerous

Opinion 22
Piping Live! Takes place every year

Piping Live event generates £2.5m for Glasgow

Edge Testing Solutions chief executive Brian Ferrie. Picture: Chris Watt

Edge Testing inks contracts totalling more than £1million

Tech 3
Dixons Carphone profits have lost their spark.

Earnings down at Dixons Carphone as mobiles stay static


Report: Britain will be economically worse off after Brexit

Business 3

Lay-offs at Fanduel after co-founder’s exit

News 1

Subsea businesses reshape as jobs go and revenues wane


Tui wings in with £968m profit despite headwinds

30,000 people are employed in Life Sciences. Picture: TSPL

How to invest in Scotland’s life sciences sector


David Alexander: Financial products must match property choices

Historic first distillation in over 500 years to take place at the ‘spiritual home’ of Scotch Whisky

Food & Drink

The best Christmas gift ideas for drinks fans in Edinburgh

Food and Drink
The site earmarked for development sits around 400 yards north east of the core Culloden Battlefield. PIC: Creative Commons/Flickr/Herbert Frank.

Archaeologists warn of Culloden relics at housing site

A reconstructed image of a soldier captured by Cromwellian forces in the 17th century. Picture: TSPL

Face of 17th century Scottish prisoner of war revealed

Tech 2

The seven bloodiest battles in Scottish history

News 10
Tom Farmer lends a hand as the Paolozzi Sculptures are moved from outside St Mary's Cathedral at the top of Leith Walk. Picture: Scott Louden

Paolozzi sculptures rehomed ahead of top of Leith Walk overhaul


Peter Kay cancels live tour due to ‘unforeseen family circumstances’

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

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