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Scotland needs more ethnic minority head teachers, says Sarwar

Politics 59

University of Edinburgh students demand lecture strike compensation

News 33
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Call to scrap ‘sport tax’ plan amid fears for future of grassroots facilities

Politics 5

Lesley Riddoch: ‘Tenants versus trees’ row has echoes of the Highland Clearances

Opinion 17

Brian Monteith: Jeremy Corbyn has some explaining to do over Czech spy meetings

Opinion 27
ScottishPower scored 70.6 per cent for customer service, the top perfomer of the Big Six. Picture: contributed

Scottish Power ‘best for value’ in new annual energy report

News 2

Gunpowder store to be revived as part of £500m marina project

Lifestyle 1

Rumour Mill: Rodgers defends changes | Striker gets Hearts chance | Mourinho urges McLeish to cap star

Celtic 98
Brendan Rodgers insists he fielded a strong team against St Johnstone. Picture: PA

No regrets for Brendan Rodgers over changes as Celtic stall

Premiership 3
Scotland's Stuart McInally in training ahead of Saturday's Calcutta Cup clash against England. Picture: Gary Hutchison/SNS/SRU

Stuart McInally says 2017 Twickenham rout still preys on Scotland

Scotland 1

Josh Windass: We can keep Rangers’ rivals at arm’s length

Premiership 5

Hamilton 3 - 5 Rangers: Windass nets hat-trick in high-scoring clash

Premiership 18

Hamilton tweet picture of nasty Lewis Ferguson cut after Rangers game

Premiership 5
Paul Hanlon with Scott Allan, who made his second home debut for Hibs in the 2-0 win over Aberdeen. Picture: SNS Group

Aberdeen defeat helps Scott Allan win over Hibs objectors

Premiership 1

Andrew Smith: Alex McLeish is a questionable appointment

Andrew Smith

In pictures: How the players rated in Hamilton 3 - 5 Rangers

Premiership 1
Finn Russell has struggled in the opening two matches. Picture: SNS

Who will start at stand-off for Scotland against England?

Scotland 8
Ross County's Jason Naismith scores to make it 1-1. Picture: SNS/Paul Devlin

Five things we learned from Ross County 1 - 1 Hearts

The evidence that the salbutamol Chris Froome took might be a performance-enhancer is sketchy. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Richard Moore: Sketchy evidence behind Chris Froome’s ‘performance-enhancer’


Lesley Riddoch: ‘Tenants versus trees’ row has echoes of the Highland Clearances

Opinion 17
Jeremy Corbyn, MP for Islington North.

Brian Monteith: Jeremy Corbyn has some explaining to do over Czech spy meetings

Opinion 27
Paloma Faith is heading to Edinburgh this August. Pic: Matthew Stockman/Getty Images

Brian Ferguson: Music making a welcome return to centrestage at the Edinburgh Fringe

University of Edinburgh. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Leader comment: Students right to demand money back over university strike disruption

Opinion 3
A Virgin (and Stagecoach) train crosses the bridge leading to Berwick Upon Tweed.

Kirsty Gunn: Be warned Stagecoach, you may end up in my next novel

The financial giant was formed through the merger of Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset management. Picture: Graham Flack

Standard Life Aberdeen blow as Lloyds ends major contract

Financial 3
The fund will be used to boost the tech sector in Stirling. Picture: Donald MacDonald

Stirling looks to boost tech growth with ESM investment

Craneware co-founder and chief executive Keith Neilson. Picture: Neil Hanna

New deals for Edinburgh health billing software firm Craneware

Tech 1
Car sales are down in the UK.

Slowdown hits car dealership giant Pendragon


Jim Duffy: As markets plunge, crypto investors are rightfully smug

Opinion 2

Inflation blow puts possible interest rate rise on the cards

Business 5
It's been a shaky start to 2018 for global markets. Picture: AFP/Getty

Bill Jamieson: Time to tread cautiously amid market tremors


David Alexander: Financial products must match property choices

Six by Nico hopes to replicate its Glasgow success when it opens in Edinburgh later this year. Picture: Contributed

Six by Nico to open in Edinburgh’s New Town

News 1
Charles Edward Stuart and Jacobite supporter Lady Anne Mackintosh, who ordered the Rout of Moy. PICS: Creative Commons.

The failed plot to seize Bonnie Prince Charlie

Lifestyle 2
Barclay Price at William Macao's grave

Study reveals details of first Chinese citizen who became a Scotsman

A scene from Clerks, the 1994 comedy which inspired Brett Murray to film a similarly low-budget tribute. Picture: View Askew/Kobal/REX/Shutterstock

Scots filmmakers are shooting stars with tribute to cult movie Clerks


Ten thought-provoking World Press Photo 2018 entries


Dunbar to host Stone Stacking European Championships