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Youth bands and orchestras at mercy of council cuts

Music 7
There are concerns about loss of expertise when it comes to policing railways. Photograph: John Devlin

Rail policing merger report raises new fears over safety

Politics 6
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Picture: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Euan McColm: Corbyn’s immutable logic against Syria strikes

Opinion 1
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Windrush scandal stirs bitter memories for Sir Geoff Palmer


Britain’s biggest bird sanctuary rescued by rat cull


Mountain biker finds his own path in fight with MS


Dani Garavelli: Time has come, but Ruth doesn’t realise it

News 4
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers. Picture: Jane Barlow/PA Wire

Rodgers: It would take something extraordinary to lure me from Celtic

Celtic 2
Too little too late: Celtic's Odsonne Edouard pulls a consolation goal back.  Photograph: Alan Harvey/SNS

Brendan Rodgers: ‘The best team won - Hibs deserved it’

Celtic 7

Hibs 2 - 1 Celtic: Neil Lennon’s side delay Celtic’s title triumph

Premiership 64

Kilmarnock 0 - 2 Aberdeen: Dons move back into second place

Premiership 1

Partick Thistle 2 - 1 Hamilton: Jags fight back to ignite survival hopes


Dundee 2 - 1 St Johnstone: Late Moussa header earns vital win

Premiership 1
Harry Souttar attempts to challenge Motherwell midfielder Chris Cadden. Picture: SNS

Ross County 0 - 0 Motherwell: Bore draw in Dingwall


In pictures: How players on each side rated in Hibs 2 - 1 Celtic

Premiership 3
Kenny Miller, left, and Lee Wallace could both be on their way out of Ibrox this summer. Picture: SNS Group

The ideal destinations for Rangers outcasts Kenny Miller & Lee Wallace

Rangers 8
Harry Cochrane is tied to Hearts until 2021

New Hearts deal will keep Harry Cochrane on road to stardom

Hearts 3
Jack Ross celebrates with his players as St Mirren win the Championship title. Picture: SNS

How Jack Ross transformed St Mirren from relegation battlers to champions

St Mirren 2
A general view of Somerset Park, home of Ayr United. Picture: SNS Group

Patrick McPartlin: Time for Ayr’s marketing to reflect on-field progress

Ayr United 4

Euan McColm: Corbyn’s immutable logic against Syria strikes

Opinion 1

Dani Garavelli: Time has come, but Ruth doesn’t realise it

News 4
BBC Scotland studios in Glasgow. Pic by John  Devlin

John McLellan: New BBC Scotland channel may send news providers the way of Toys R Us

Opinion 5
The formal opening of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) at Buckingham Palace (Picture: Getty)

Brian Wilson: Windrush scandal echoes Scots’ slave trade shame

Opinion 111
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (left) and EU Council President Donald Tusk are all smiles as they sign the CETA trade deal; it remains to be seen if the UK will reach such an amicable settlement (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Sir Anton Muscatelli: Britain needs a Brexit reality check

Opinion 26
RBS has faced criticism for closing scores of bank branches amid a migration to banking by smartphone. Picture: Stuart Cobley

RBS pushes button on chief digital officer role

The North Sea was built on innovation and enterprise, says Martin Ewan

Comment: North Sea troubles have been good for tech sector

Tech 4
From left, Patrick Renner, Suzanne Mitskchke, and Rogelio Arellano of MindMate, one of the many start-ups to have come through the EIE programme. Picture: Stewart Attwood

Scottish start-up survey finds growing confidence in tech sector


Russia considers banning Scotch whisky imports in diplomatic row

Politics 71

PingGo secures five-figure investment from Seed Haus


Canadian firm takes over closure-threatened BiFab yards

Companies 116

JD Wetherspoon shuts all 900 pubs’ social media accounts

News 10

Stephen Jardine: Tesco comeback is not yet in the bag

Opinion 2
Atlantis chief Tim Cornelius praised 'commitment and dedication'. Picture: Jon Savage

Ground-breaking Pentland Firth power scheme passes milestone

Tech 22

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

The Scottish Gin Society launches most detailed Scottish gin map yet

Food and drink

Biggest single investment in Scotch whisky tourism launched by Diageo

Food and Drink

Story of ancient Dalriada kingdom to be told at Crinan Canal

Lifestyle 4
Three of the tiny coffins found on Arthur's Seat in 1836. Picture: TSPL

Author claims to have solved Edinburgh coffin-doll mystery

Lifestyle 7
The Capital's Melville Monument honours a man widely blamed for delaying the abolition of slavery.

Edinburgh's links to the slave trade set to be laid bare

Lifestyle 6
The spot where the Battle of the Braes was fought on Skye in April 1882. PIC:

OTD 1882: Crofters and police clash at Battle of the Braes

Lifestyle 2
Bobbi Brown. (Vincent Tullo/The New York Times)

Cosmetics tycoon Bobbi Brown striking out on her own again

News 1
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