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One million Scots now living in poverty as austerity bites

Politics 113
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‘Indy Scotland won’t rejoin EU if bad fishing deal’, says SNP MSP


Call for new law to make half of Scots political candidates women

Politics 395

Watch: Huge blaze breaks out in Glasgow’s Sauchiehall Street


Post-Brexit passports ‘to be made in France’

News 88
Transport Secretary Humza Yousaf. Pic: Michael Gillen

Humza Yousaf calls on Jim Dempster to resign after fresh racism claims

Cedric Kipre, seen here with Scott Brown at the moment of the incident, has won his appeal. Picture: SNS Group

Motherwell’s Cedric Kipre wins red card appeal over Scott Brown clash

Motherwell 3

Rumour Mill: Celtic face battle to land defender | Neilson eyes Hearts return | Clarke for manager of the year?

Celtic 114
Darryl Marfo makes his long-awaited return from injury. Picture: SNS

Darryl Marfo returns to line-up for Edinburgh’s clash with Connacht

Rugby union 1

Kilmarnock boss Steve Clarke ‘can win manager of the year’

Kilmarnock 12

Brendan Rodgers hails Celtic’s ‘amazing’ Odsonne Edouard

Celtic 4

Scotland’s Kyle Coetzer takes swipe at ICC after World Cup heartbreak


Ryan Christie keen to impress Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers


Callum Paterson: ‘I’d play anywhere for Scotland’

Scotland 1

Aidan Smith: Rangers need early Christmas if they want Steve Clarke

Aidan Smith

Kris Boyd: Joey Barton can’t talk - he was a failure at Rangers

Rangers 6

Why Moussa Dembele is still a big-game player despite his ‘struggles’

Celtic 3
St Johnstone's Blair Alston fouls John McGinn. Picture: SNS

Why the referee didn’t send off Blair Alston against Hibs

Premiership 5

In pictures: Things we no longer see in Scottish football

Football 5

Martyn McLaughlin: Diversity training doesn’t cure racism

Opinion 59
Vladimir Putin is playing a geopolitical game the West is struggling to figure out (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Ayesha Hazarika: Reality is making McMafia look like Call the Midwife

Opinion 20
Scottish Youth Theatre in a production of Dye in the Goldfish Bowl

Leader comment: Sturgeon right to save Scottish Youth Theatre

Opinion 5
The Royal Highland Show, Ingliston, Edinburgh. Picture: Toby Williams

David Jackson: Royal Highland Show is a huge boost to the Scottish economy

Opinion 1

Ruth Davidson: Real Conservatives fight climate change

Opinion 59
A Carpetright store in London. Picture: Wikimedia Commons

Carpetright puts jobs under threat as it explores CVA

Kingfisher operates more than 1,100 stores including its B&Q brand. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

B&Q group sees takings tumble amid ‘uncertain’ outlook

BT is hiring more apprentices. Picture: Phil Wilkinson

Spark signals jobs boost as BT hires more apprentices

Bonnie Prince Charlie was said to have stopped off at the site. Picture: Contributed

Plans for hotel development at ‘Bonnie Prince Charlie’ site


Scottish aerial imaging start-up secures funding deal

Tech 1

North Sea oil and gas outlook remains ‘uncertain’

Energy 3

Scotland’s digital tech industry expects a ‘positive’ 2018


Group behind Union Square development says ‘non’ to French bid

Companies 2
Tulloch Chief Executive George Fraser.

Strong fundamentals lead to positive year for Tulloch


David Alexander: Financial products must match property choices

The Bon Vivant, Edinburgh has been awarded a coveted worldwide drinks award for their cocktails. Picture: Malcolm McCurrach

High spirits as cocktail scene takes off in Edinburgh’s New Town

Zero Waste Scotland 1 SA :''Zero Waste Scotland - good to go box''Picture by Stewart Attwood'''All images © Stewart Attwood Photography 2018.  All other rights are reserved. Use in any other context is expressly prohibited without prior permission. No Syndication Permitted.

Scottish businesses sign up to ‘Good to Go’ doggy bag scheme to tackle food waste

Food and Drink

The visitor centre at Isle of Skye’s newest whisky distillery opens

Food and Drink
The Honourable Mrs Gordon of Fyvie, painted in '1822 by James Giles, now hangs in Fyvie Castle, Aberdeenshire. PIC: NTS.

Lost portrait of maid who became lady of castle goes on show

Lifestyle 1
The Maid of the Loch has been moored since 1981. 'PIC: Allan Milligan/TSPL.

Maid of the Loch paddle steamer gets funding lifeline

Lifestyle 1
Pages of The Book of Deer which shows the Latin gospel text and Scottish Gaelic written in the margin. PIC: Courtesy of The Book of Deer Project.

Archaeologists return to site of ‘lost Pictish monastery’

Lifestyle 14
Cally Louise Taylor. Picture: PA

The Fear is the fifth psychological thriller by author CL Taylor


Photo quiz: Scotland or the Caribbean? You decide

The nuclear submarine HMS Revenge is arrives at Rosyth naval dockyard in April 1980.

Emergency at sea – the crisis on a nuclear sub that had to stay secret

News 3
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