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The town of Kingussie as the Met Office warns that up to 10cm of snow could fall in Scotland overnight into Monday. Picture: SWNS

Scotland’s weather: Fresh snow warning as temperature hits record low

News 4
Billy Irving from Connel, Argyll, one of the so-called Chennai Six, arrives at Glasgow Airport, Photo: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Scots soldier jailed in India feels ‘betrayed’ by UK government

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Katie Hopkins lays into Edinburgh’s Sleep in the Park

News 43

Thousands brave the cold for Sleep in the Park homelessness event

News 65

More devolution before tax increase, warns Scottish think tank

News 32

Max Clifford, former celebrity publicist, dies aged 74

UK
Sturgeon shakes Ruth Davidsons hand after a head-to-head TV debate. They should be able to find common ground on Scotlands future relationship with Europe. Picture: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty

Euan McColm: Nicola Sturgeon’s chance to forge lasting legacy

Opinion 826
Thornwood Primary School in Partick, Glasgow, where parents have complained constant staff changes are disrupting pupils progress.

Scottish classroom left in tears as 20th teacher in four years quits

Education 304
Lewis Stevenson goes to greet Oli Shaw after his equaliser for Hibs. Picture: SNS

Hibs’ Oli Shaw thought strike was going to halt invincibles

Hibernian 1

Rumour Mill: Rangers ‘couldn’t afford’ Dembele | Rodgers backs Sinclair | Rangers eyeing January signings

Premiership 328
Donald Trump sparked controversy earlier this week. Picture: AP

Celtic fans display banner protesting Donald Trump at Easter Road

Politics 36

Rangers 2 - 1 Ross County: Gers fight back to earn trio of wins

Premiership 45

Hearts 1 - 0 Motherwell: Lafferty earns Hearts long-awaited win

Premiership 19

Alan Pattullo: Rangers statement was infantile and ill judged

Alan Pattullo

Jane Bradley: Why giving Christmas gifts to teachers be a bad idea

Opinion 16
Ed Bartlam and Charlie Wood, directors of Edinburgh's Hogmanay, insist there is nothing wrong with having volunteers at the event. (Picture: Jon Savage)

Comment: Edinburgh’s Hogmanay volunteer row is just ‘bashing success’

Opinion 90
Anti-Brexit campaigners wave EU and Union flags outside the Westminster Parliament. (Picture: Getty)

Leader comment: UK-EU deal exposes the contradictions of Brexit

Opinion 369
Josh Littlejohn, founder of Social Bite, which is organising the Sleep in the Park event in Edinburgh's Princes Street Gardens (Picture: Jon Savage)

Stephen Jardine: How sandwich charity is building houses for homeless

Opinion 6
Christine Keeler (right) and Mandy Rice-Davies, pictured in 1963, were just teenagers when they were being used for sex by powerful men old enough to be their grandfathers (Picture: PA)

Joyce McMillan: Why democracy can’t tolerate sexual lies and hypocrisy

Opinion 26
A Barratt development.

Barratt gives £300m boost to economy as jobs sustained

Companies 1
Balmenach make Caorunn Scottish Gin.

Distillery ramps up green credentials with of £3m biogas project

Business
Chris Tiso CEO of Tiso Group opening new store in Aviemore
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Retailer Tiso to open Aviemore store

Retail 1

How Govan became a hub for life sciences in Scotland

Tech 1

Bill Jamieson: Reports of the High Street’s death are exaggerated

Opinion 4

Dairy business Graham’s tops up full-year sales

Retail

Mulberry widens interim losses but overall sales boosted

Retail
"To Let" signs in Channel Street in Galashiels.

David Alexander: Tenants taking landlord route to home ownership

Business

John McLellan: Will start-ups match Scotsman’s staying power?

The best Christmas gift ideas for drinks fans in Edinburgh

Food and Drink

Map: How the number of Scottish Gaelic speakers has changed since 1891

Lifestyle
Paisley Town Hall illuminated to support the Paisley 2021
 bid. Pictured: Mark Ferguson Gibson

Coventry beats Paisley to be named the next UK City of Culture

News

Video: Ten Gaelic phrases you can use every day

Lifestyle

Brian Ferguson: Radical thinking required for Royal Mile

Brian Ferguson