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Edinburgh pub-goers ‘forced to leap out of way’ as car sped towards pub

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SNP call on Ruth Davidson to reveal if Scots Tories used ‘dark money’

News

In pictures: One Summer’s Day competition - your best photos of the Scottish summer

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World famous golfer gets £9 haircut from unsuspecting Scottish barber

Golf

Glasgow School of Art: Residents may be arrested for breaching cordon

News

Bid for free bus travel for over-60s to be enshrined in law

News

Mamma Mia! changes lyrics of beloved ABBA songs to make them more PC

Music
David Whiteford in John o'Groats

Insight: Visitor numbers drive Highlands into tourist trap

Travel

Ruth Davidson: Putin-sycophant Trump will never destroy Western democracy

Ruth Davidson

Brexit Secretary hits out at ‘irresponsible’ EU ahead of fresh talks

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Over-60s are able to travel on buses for free. Picture: Jane Barlow

Bid for free bus travel for over-60s to be enshrined in law

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SNP call on Ruth Davidson to reveal if Scots Tories used ‘dark money’

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Taxing visitors could raise up to �70m. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Monica Lennon: Follow the tourist tax trail out of austerity

Opinion 9
The border issues are a sticking point in the White Paper. Picture: Jane Barlow

David Mundell: There’s no alternative to the Brexit White Paper

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Jim Sillars. Picture: Neil Hanna

Jim Sillars: SNP’s Continuity Bill ‘is a tactical package’

Politics 569
Avais Ijaz, a systems development office for Falkirk Council, devised the PARD

Digital map will save lives of vulnerable in emergency

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Insight: Visitor numbers drive Highlands into tourist trap

Travel 47

Leader: Real debate about tourist tax should be ‘how high?’

Opinion 3

Euan McColm: Barnier rebuff should shut Boris’s cakehole

Opinion 44
The work on the crossing will continue. Picture: Jon Savage.

Work on the Queensferry Crossing to continue for another 18 months

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The security lanes at Edinburgh Airport. Picture: TSPL

Glasgow man ‘humiliated’ during body search at Edinburgh Airport

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A class 385 at Edinburgh Waverley with new windscreens. Picture: Darren Hunt

Long-delayed new ScotRail trains to debut on Tuesday

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‘Drunk’ passengers removed from plane by police at Edinburgh Airport

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Alastair Dalton: Single-track road etiquette lost on too many drivers

Opinion 25

More disruption from faults sees Scotrail record worst June punctuality since 2006

Transport 30

Dalkeith teen dies after tragic boating accident in Ireland

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University of Glasgow. Picture: Wikimedia

Three Scots academics honoured with prestigious fellowship

Education
Scotland is in the midst of GP crisis.

Number of Scots medical students drops to 10-year low

Education 26
For millions of elderly and vulnerable people, winter brings real fear about the cold days ahead.

Redefine the meaning of fuel poverty to better help Scots affected, say experts

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The school summer holidays cost parents almost �750 per child. Picture: contributed

Parents pay £124 a week for holiday childcare

Education 7

New Boroughmuir High School ‘already too small’

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Boroughmuir High School in Edinburgh will need a �4.1m upgrade to take in an additional 300 pupils. Councillors said the rise in numbers could not have been predicted. Picture: Greg Macvean

Months after opening school already too small to cope without extension

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Fettes is set to increase its fees by 5.3 per cent next year, higher than the average hike among private schools. Picture: TSPL

Scottish private schools to hike fees as tax relief set to end

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Leader comment: Teenager’s maths genius is a credit to his teachers

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Fast-track teaching course to plug Scottish gaps gets go ahead

News

Virtual reality therapy can help ‘cure’ fear of heights

News
Matthew and Stephanie Faulds with 10 week old Jasmina.  They are crowd funding a zero waste shop.

Eco Larder aiming to stock funds for Capital’s new zero-waste store

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Ticks are widespread across the UK, but southern England and the Scottish Highlands are among the highest risk areas (Photo: Shutterstock)

How to avoid tick bites this summer - and what to do if you find one

Environment

Manish Jethwa: Glasgow can be the UK’s landmark low-emission city

Opinion 4

Duncan Priddle: Take a trip to see Tolkein-esque beauty and rare wildife

Opinion 1

Will Scotland get the sunshine back this week?

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Leader comment: The real fear about sharks

Opinion 12
Bobby Williamson, pictured while still in charge of Hibs in 2004. Picture: SNS

Ex-Hibs boss Bobby Williamson reveals he’s cancer free

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The case is being held at the court of protection

Long-term CJD survivor at centre of legal protection battle

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Poverty is a primary cause of early death

Scotland tops UK’s unavoidable death rate list

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We have been highlighting the cause of veterans all this week. Picture: Greg Macvean

Austerity politics ‘contributing to suicides among veterans in Scotland’

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Alfie Dingley become the first person in the UK to receive a licence to be treated with medicinal cannabis.

Doctors ‘should be allowed to prescribe cannabis’

News 3
Scotland is in the midst of GP crisis.

Number of Scots medical students drops to 10-year low

Education 26
Joe Fitzpatrick announced the move.

Government announces boys to be vaccinated against HPV

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Kevan Christie: Judge politicians and officials by ability, not BMI

Opinion 27

Leader comment: Health service without doctors is not worthy of the name

Opinion

Defence cuts leading to ‘more veterans with PTSD being left to sleep rough’

News 4

Steve Cardownie: You’re not alone in mental health battle

Opinion
A release by West Mercia Police showing three men, who police are looking for in connection to a suspect acid attack to a three-year-old boy in Home Bargains on Shrub Hill Retail Park, Tallow Hill, Worcester, Saturday 21 July. Picture: PA

Suspected acid attack on three-year-old boy was ‘pure evil’

UK

Brexit Secretary hits out at ‘irresponsible’ EU ahead of fresh talks

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EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier gave little reassurance to the UK Prime Minister in his address to the press. Picture: Geert Vanden Wijngaert/AP

Euan McColm: Barnier rebuff should shut Boris’s cakehole

Opinion 44
The government clinches the vote on the Trade Bill last week ' the kind of contest the pro-EU grouping hopes to win in future. Picture: PA

Shadow ‘sensible’ party in bid to ambush Brexit

Politics 49

Jane Bradley: The sad end of this sporting life

Opinion 1

Leader comment: Girl Guide badges to include actual Moon-walking?

Opinion

Girlguides ditch home making for mixology in culture change

UK 6

Long-term CJD survivor at centre of legal protection battle

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Taxing visitors could raise up to �70m. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Monica Lennon: Follow the tourist tax trail out of austerity

Opinion 9
Why is the Bank of England poised to put up interest rates? Picture: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty

Bill Jamieson: Skills shortage at the heart of pay paradox

Opinion
Taxing visitors could raise up to �70m. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Leader: Real debate about tourist tax should be ‘how high?’

Opinion 3
EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier gave little reassurance to the UK Prime Minister in his address to the press. Picture: Geert Vanden Wijngaert/AP

Euan McColm: Barnier rebuff should shut Boris’s cakehole

Opinion 44
Gaucho on St Andrew Square could still be saved after its parent company went into administration

Stephen Jardine: I was wrong about the future of restaurants

Opinion
Marriage allowance enables some married couples and civil partners to transfer a low-earning partner's tax-free allowance to their higher-earning spouse. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Gareth Shaw: If you’re not claiming marriage allowance, why not?

Opinion
Usain Bolt, seen here taking a shot as Sir Mo Farah tries to close him down in a Soccer Aid match, has retired from sprinting and signed for an Australian football team

Jane Bradley: The sad end of this sporting life

Opinion 1

Leader comment: Finally, Scotland has some good news to celebrate

Opinion 3

Leader comment: Girl Guide badges to include actual Moon-walking?

Opinion

Susan Dalgety: Embrace legacy of Otis and Elvis in the name of freedom

Opinion 2

Brian Wilson: The weakness of May and Corbyn has been exposed

Opinion 15
Lily James, Cher and Amanda Seyfried attending the premiere of Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again. Picture: PA

Mamma Mia! changes lyrics of beloved ABBA songs to make them more PC

Music 18
Otis Redding III performs at a celebration of what would have been his father's 75 birthday

Susan Dalgety: Embrace legacy of Otis and Elvis in the name of freedom

Opinion 2
Nicola Sturgeon chats with the Catalan President, Quim Torra, at Bute House (Picture: Getty)

Brian Wilson: There’s a sinister side to Sturgeon’s new Catalan friend

Opinion 145

Eight injured after knife attack on bus in Germany

World 63

11 dead after ‘duck boat’ capsizes in Missouri lake

World 3

Thomas L Friedman: How US can curb power of a president with no shame

Opinion 18

Joyce McMillan: New political alliances vital to stop Brexit disaster

Opinion 197

Ruth Davidson: Putin-sycophant Trump will never destroy Western democracy

Opinion 115
Tinotenda Chibharo pictured in a Kilmarnock training top. Picture: UGC

Footballer earns move thanks to spell at Kilmarnock that didn’t happen

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Family ‘caught barbecuing on tombstone in graveyard’

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Brew Dog are to offer dog parties.

Brew Dog to offer ‘dog parties’ at Edinburgh bar

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Ginger emojis are finally coming to iPhones and iPads

Odd
The five-day Outward Bound residential course on the shore of Loch Eil helped youngsters  to develop their confidence and learn leadership, communication and organisation skills

Martin Davidson: Outward-bound experience sets youngsters up with skills for the future

Opinion
Shona, Shanon, Sarah Law, Camile, Emily, Zoe, Rachel Law, Erin and Emma try out rugby

Kimberley Chatt: Girl Guides tackle gender stereotypes as they take up the ‘gentle art’ of rugby

Opinion
James Blake is the Director of the Centre for Media and Culture at Edinburgh Napier University and a co-chair of the RSE Young Academy of Scotland

James Blake: ‘Our Future Scotland’ is optimistic about what’s ahead

Opinion 1
Dr Ian Preston

Obituary: Dr Ian Preston, CBE, ScottishPower chief executive, company director, physicist and fly-fisherman

Obituaries
Football legend has died at the age of 79. Picture:  Don Morley/Getty Images

Obituary: Alan Gilzean, Scotland internationalist, Dundee hero, Tottenham Hotspur’s ‘King of White Hart Lane’

Obituaries
Morton chairman Douglas Rae in 2007 (Picture: SNS Group Craig Williamson)

Obituary: Douglas Rae, businessman and chairman of Greenock Morton football club

Obituaries

World famous golfer gets £9 haircut from unsuspecting Scottish barber

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Picture: REX/Shutterstock

Chef’s wife screams out running to de-stress

Celebrity
Jodie Whittaker will become the first woman to play the Time Lord in Doctor Who. Picture: Colin Hutton/BBC/PA Wire

First look at new Doctor Who series gives glimpse of Jodie Whittaker in action

TV & Radio
Former Rangers manager 'Graeme Souness

Ex-Rangers manager Graeme Souness savages England Cup tactics

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England manager Gareth Southgate celebrates after the FIFA World Cup quarter-final win over Sweden. Picture: Tim Goode/PA Wire

British Airways gives out waistcoats on Moscow World Cup flight

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