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Rory McIlroy roars to front at Wentworth with flawless 65

Defending champion Alex Noren hailed “the best round I’ve ever seen” after his playing partner Rory McIlroy took control of the BMW 
PGA Championship at 
Wentworth.

Golf
Chris Froome celebrates after powering to victory on stage 19. Picture: AFP/Getty

Chris Froome grabs pink jersey from Simon Yates in Giro d’Italia

Chris Froome charged into the overall lead of the Giro d’Italia with a stunning solo ride to win stage 19 while former 
leader Simon Yates slid well out of contention.

Cycling
Cristiano Ronaldo and Mo Salah carry the goal threats for Real Madrid and Liverpool in tonight's final. Picture: AFP/Getty.

Ronaldo supremacy under threat from Mo Salah in Champions League final

For once in a Champions League final, Cristiano Ronaldo will yield some of the spotlight to another player sweeping up adulation and personal acclaim.

Football
Paul Research (guitar), Colin Bendall (drums), Suky Goodfellow (vox). Picture: Trevor Pake

Music review: Voicex at Voodoo Rooms

TWISTING and turning through Edinburghs labyrinthian streets drawn inexorably towards the epicentral droog fugue of the Voodoo Rooms.

Music
Jos Buttler of England looks on after failing to stop a Pakistan boundary. Picture: Getty.

Pakistan pile the pain on England in Lord’s Test

England paid a heavy price for their own faulty batting as Pakistan demonstrated how it should be done on day two of the first NatWest Test at Lord’s.

Cricket
Rafael Nadal, the heavy favourite to win the men's French Open title, returns a shot during a training session at Roland Garros. Picture: AFP/Getty

Rafael Nadal wary of Novak Djokovic at the French Open

Rafael Nadal insists Novak Djokovic remains a major threat to his hopes of an 11th French Open crown.

Tennis
Noblesville Middle School. Picture: Google.

Science teacher tackled Indiana school shooter in heroic act

A male student opened fire at a suburban Indianapolis middle school yesterday, wounding another student and a teacher before being taken into custody.

World
Police recovered Annalise Johnstone's body from woodland near Perth

Man charged with sister’s murder after body found near Perth

A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of his sister after her body was discovered near a roadside.

News
MoonWalk heroes: Diane Davie: ‘What it’s like to be a four-time World Irish Dance Champion’

MoonWalk heroes: Diane Davie: ‘What it’s like to be a four-time World Irish Dance Champion’

AHEAD of MoonWalk Scotland next month, we speak to five different participants from five different backgrounds about who they are, where they come from and why they’re ‘walking the walk’. Today, we hear from four-time world Irish dance champion Diane Davie.

News

Independent Scotland economy would need 25 years to catch up

An independent Scotland would take up to 25 years to match the economic performance of other small countries, according to the SNP’s independence blueprint.

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Russian president Vladimir Putin. Picture: Peter Muhly/PA Wire

Putin says UK should stop blaming Russia for all ‘mortal sins’

Russian president Vladimir Putin has hit out at Britain for blaming “all their mortal sins” on Russia.

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Hearts manager Craig Levein and Inverness coach John Robertson will meet in the Betfred League Cup. Picture: SNS

Hearts handed reunion with John Robertson in Betfred Cup

Hearts will be up against Tynecastle legend John Robertson in next season’s Betfred Cup after the draw for the group stage paired them with Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

League Cup
National Youth Assembly moderator Robin Downie at the General Assembly in Edinburgh

Scotland’s Kirk told to ‘give young the chance of leadership’

The “missing generation” of young people in the Kirk needs to be urgently addressed to ensure its survival, the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has been told.

News
A study of Unst in Shetland has inspired a new stage show. Picture: Colin Smith/Geograph

Young Shetland residents to study island life for stage show

A Canadian sociologist’s renowned 70-year-old study of Britain’s most northerly inhabited island - Unst in Shetland - is to inspire a new exploration of life there which will be brought to the stage.

Lifestyle
The cast of T2 Trainspotting. A man has attempted to film the Trainspotting sequel in a Glasgow cinema. Picture: Dominic Lipinski/PA Photos

Man convicted for filming T2 Trainspotting in Glasgow cinema

A man has been convicted for illegally filming the Trainspotting sequel inside a Glasgow cinema.

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In pictures: 10 restaurant projects to get excited about in Edinburgh

Edinburgh’s restaurant scene is one of the best in the UK and this summer there are more than a few projects, openings and restaurants to get excited about.

News
Sheku Kanneh-Mason performs for millions at the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Teenage cellist from royal wedding soars in UK music charts

Teenage cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason has achieved a new chart high following his performance at the royal wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

News
Speed restrictions for trains could be introduced this bank holiday weekend to deal with hotter temperatures. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Scotland trains could be slowed due to May bank holiday heat

Speed restrictions could be brought in for trains running in Scotland as the network copes with one of the hottest May bank holidays on record.

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Canadian sociology student Erving Goffman spent a year examining life on Unst in Shetland in the 1940s.

Young Shetlanders to study life on Britain's most northerly island for new stage show

A Canadian sociologist’s renowned 70-year-old study of Britain’s most northerly inhabited island - Unst in Shetland - is to inspire a new exploration of life there which will be brought to the stage this year.
Lifestyle
McDonald's board has voted against a ban on plastic straws

McDonald’s votes to keep using plastic straws

McDonald’s shareholders have rejected a proposal to phase out plastic straws, in a setback for activists campaigning for the company to ban them.

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