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The Big Interview: Royal College of Surgeons’ commercial director Scott Mitchell

Media & Leisure
The Forth road Bridge is to be painted - and it'll take about ten years. Picture Lisa Ferguson.

Forth Road Bridge is to get first full paint job since it opened

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Fabio the robot gives a huge. Picture: Contributed

Margiotta shoppers say farewell to first robot worker

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Many tasks are now being performed over the internet, so a functioning connection is important (Picture: PA)

Keith Brown: Superfast broadband for all Scots is coming

Opinion 9

Gareth Shaw: Get credit where it’s due for carers

Opinion

Four sacked after Macsween’s haggis factory blunder

News 11
A green salad with spinach, quinoa, walnuts and dried cranberries (Picture: Getty)

Stephen Jardine: Veganism and Brexit show how divided we are

Opinion 4
RBS Bothwell is among 62 branches set to close across Scotland

RBS workers joked about letting customers ‘hang themselves’

Politics 5

RBS bosses refuse U-turn on Scotland branch closures

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Sales of Buckfast increased during the last financial year

Buckfast sales shoot up as monks’ profits reach £43m

News 5

‘Point of no return’ looms for financial services sector

Financial

Advisory firm launches property division

Financial

Martyn McLaughlin: Banks should be forced to justify every closure

Opinion 17

SNP’s Ian Blackford demands Theresa May show ‘leadership’ on RBS closures

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Fabio the robot gives a huge. Picture: Contributed

Margiotta shoppers say farewell to first robot worker

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Many tasks are now being performed over the internet, so a functioning connection is important (Picture: PA)

Keith Brown: Superfast broadband for all Scots is coming

Opinion 9
John Swinney visits CodeClan, the Edinburgh-based digital skills academy, in 2015. The Scottish Government views tech as a key growth sector in the coming years. Picture: Julie Bull

As Scotland’s tech sector grows, what will the jobs of 2020 be?

Tech 1
Keith Brown visits the Eagle Lab

Scotland’s first Eagle Lab will use technology to help businesses fly high

Tech

Edinburgh-based start-up Cognitive Geology wins Shell contract

Tech 1

Report to help digital tech businesses tap into public sector

Business

FinTech Scotland eyes growth with new chief executive appointment

Tech

Scotch whisky distillers follow Silicon Valley’s lead with Hackadram

Tech 2
The Edinburgh-based start-up has won a lucrative contract from Shell. Picture: PA

Edinburgh-based start-up Cognitive Geology wins Shell contract

Tech 1
Diesel fuel is pumped into a car as the oil price hits a three-year high. Picture: Lynne Cameron/PA Wire

Scotland motorists face more pain as fuel price hits three-year high

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Removing North Sea oil platforms ‘could do more harm than good’

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Experts have a theory to predict when rogue waves might occur which could damage oil platforms

Rogue wave research to help with oil rig design

Environment
Achnacarry Castle, in Lochaber, the scene of a historic gathering of global oil industry leaders in 1928. Picture: contributed

New book traces story of secretive Highlands oil agreement

News 9

ScottishPower to cut 200 jobs

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Forties pipeline carrying oil and gas again after crack repair

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Oil starts to flow from North Sea’s Catcher project

News 109
A croft on the Outer Hebrides. Picture: Allan Milligan/TSPL

Future of crofting on Outer Hebrides ‘threatened by geese’

Environment 11
Haggis doesn't need to be eaten with neeps and tatties.

Seven tons of haggis has been exported to Canada since ban lifted

News 11
The pelagic vessel, Grateful  taken by David Linkie

Ian Gatt: Feeding the world with fish in a sustainable industry

Opinion 1
Anne Gray, Senior Policy Officer (Land Use & Environment) at Scottish Land & Estates

Anne Gray: No Brexit deal is worst scenario for our farmers

Opinion
RENOWNED: Haggis firm Macsween was established in the 1950s as a butchers shop in the south of Edinburgh

Four sacked after Macsween’s haggis factory blunder

News 11
A green salad with spinach, quinoa, walnuts and dried cranberries (Picture: Getty)

Stephen Jardine: Veganism and Brexit show how divided we are

Opinion 4

The Big Interview: Royal College of Surgeons’ commercial director Scott Mitchell

Media & Leisure
Nicola Sturgeon signalled the Scottish Government may act over short-term holiday lets

Leader comment: Holiday lets shouldn’t be hell for neighbours

Opinion 3

Graeme Watson: If you hold people’s data, keep it safe, or it could cost you a packet

Opinion
The small case that ended up in the big court

How one little case led to a massive court row

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