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Election meddling: Donald Trump sides with Russia against FBI

Politics
Theresa May has urged Tory rebels to back her Brexit plan or face no Brexit at all (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Paris Gourtsoyannis: May’s Brexit plan is dead on arrival

Opinion

Fashion bible Vogue latest publication to rave about ‘buzzing’ Dundee

Dundee & Tayside

Secret service agent suffers stroke during Donald Trump visit to Turnberry

News

Scotland’s lifetime gender pay gap revealed

Politics

Scotland chosen for UK’s first spaceport

Tech

Alex Salmond: I wish I hadn’t befriended Donald Trump

Main players

Dani Garavelli: May’s trial by Trump almost excites sympathy

Theresa May narrowly escapes defeat after caving in to Brexiteers

Politics 12

Warning over 'exodus' of nurses as EU migration falls to five-year low

Politics 19

Former cabinet minister Justine Greening calls for new EU referendum

Politics 12

Ninth resignation as Brexiteers heap pressure on Theresa May

Politics 18

Sam Heughan under fire from angry Outlander fans over Trump story retweet

TV & Radio 11
U.S. President Donald Trump (L) and Russian President Vladimir Putin answer questions about the 2016 U.S Election collusion during a joint press conference. Picture: Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

Election meddling: Donald Trump sides with Russia against FBI

Politics 83

Paris Gourtsoyannis: May’s Brexit plan is dead on arrival

Opinion 99

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Why Putin is the only person Trump respects

Opinion 3

Brexit compromise could encourage far right, Tory MP warns

UK

Secret service agent suffers stroke during Donald Trump visit to Turnberry

News 5
Rhys Prentice was killed in a motorbike crash with a car

Off-duty East Lothian police officer killed in A7 motorbike crash

News
Southgate Underground tube station on the Piccadilly Line has been rebranded with Gareth Southgate's name by TFL. Picture: Getty Images

London Tube station renamed in honour of Gareth Southgate

UK 1

Delays on Edinburgh rail services due to signalling fault on Forth Bridge

News

Woman killed and man in critical condition after Ayrshire crash

Transport

Scottish airports among those to charge ‘extortionate parking tariffs’

News 19

Video: petrol station turned into disco for road safety campaign

Transport 1
Agnijo Banerjee wouldn't have achieved international success at a maths competition without the teachers at Grove Academy in Dundee, his father said

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

News 3
The fast-track teaching course has been officially accredited

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

News
While New York's thousands rush to crowded restaurants and congested lunch counters for their noon day lunch, these intrepid steel workers sat atop the 70-story RCA building in Rockefeller Center

Virtual reality therapy can help ‘cure’ fear of heights

News
Nicola Sturgeon visits Beijing's Forbidden City during her trip to China earlier this year (Picture: Scottish Government)

Melvyn Roffe: Scotland must get ‘China ready’ by teaching Mandarin

Opinion 8
Kenneth R. Ross OBE is Chair of the Scotland Malawi Partnership

Kenneth R. Ross: Deep friendship changing lives here and in Malawi

Opinion 1
Aberdeen university.

Quarter of Aberdeen University must be repaired within ten years

Education 1

Alastair Sim: Getting poorer applicants to university isn’t easy but we are trying hard

Education 7

Professor Ian Allison: Virtual reality is just the job for learning future workforce skills

Opinion

Cameron Wyllie: Here’s how the snowflake generation can toughen up

Opinion 7

John McLellan: Closing private schools makes inequality worse

Opinion 87
Hammerheads, blacktips and sand tiger sharks could be a common sight. Picture: TSPL

Deadly sharks off UK shores within 30 years, expert warns

Environment
The unusually warm weather has caused a surge in toxic algae.  Picture: Emma Mitchell

Warm weather toxic algae surge a ‘threat to pets’

News 1
Air pollution is estimated to be responsible for 2,500 deaths a year in Scotland

Christine Jardine: The polluted air she breathed killed my mum

Opinion 10
One of the reverse vending machines, which are also being trialled at the University of Glasgow. Picture: University of Glasgow/PA Wire

Morrisons to trial reverse vending machine in East Kilbride

Environment 2

Icelandic hunters accused of killing rare blue whale

News 4

Invasion of the rat: Edinburgh facing worst plague in 20 years

News 6

Starbucks to charge extra 5p for paper coffee cups

News 2

Major project to count salmon numbers in Scotland takes leap forward

Environment 2
Test Blood Glucose For Diabetes in Pregnant Woman With Glucometer

Diabetes expert urges national strategy to prevent disease

UK 7
Up to 4 per cent of the UK population have a sex addiction

Experts urge more support to combat online porn addiction

News 3
Jennifer Ure Stewart with her son Luke who received 14 sets of treatment in Mexico for an aggressive brain tumour. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Mother has ‘no regrets’ over taking dying son to Mexico

News 2
The decision which could have cost the UK care industry billions if it had gone in favour of workers. Picture: contributed

Overnight carers will not be paid minimum hourly rate, court rules

News
Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay nearly 5 billion dollars to a group of 22 women who allege the company's talcum powders caused their ovarian cancer. Picture: JeepersMedia/Flickr

Women warned talcum powder increases cancer risk

News 4
Police are appealing for information following the incident.

Class A drugs seized in East Lothian drugs raid following tip off

Health
Pregnancy is not always a joyful event (Picture: Getty)

Hayley Matthews: Pre-natal depression hit hard after praying for baby

Opinion

Harry McQuillan: Pharmacy link a prescription for convenient treatment at home

Opinion

Dr Paul Baughan: It’s good to talk about life and death – something that affects us all

Opinion 5

Kevan Christie: Jeane Freeman makes good start as Health Secretary

Opinion 11

Junior Scots doctors to get 46-hour respite after night shifts

Politics
Theresa May has urged Tory rebels to back her Brexit plan or face no Brexit at all (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Paris Gourtsoyannis: May’s Brexit plan is dead on arrival

Opinion 99
Supporters of Tommy Robinson, real name Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon, who was jailed for 13 months for contempt of court, during a Free Tommy Robinson and Pro-Trump joint rally in London. Picture: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Brexit compromise could encourage far right, Tory MP warns

UK
Southgate Underground tube station on the Piccadilly Line has been rebranded with Gareth Southgate's name by TFL. Picture: Getty Images

London Tube station renamed in honour of Gareth Southgate

UK 1
Sandra Bullock in the film Gravity

Benjamin Sachs: Eight ethical questions about exploring outer space

Opinion 3

Diabetes expert urges national strategy to prevent disease

UK 7

Dani Garavelli: May’s trial by Trump almost excites sympathy

Opinion 59
It's about much more than our venue, it's about the success of the city, says Dallas. Picture: Jane Barlow.

Comment: Attracting leaders will put Scotland on the world stage

Opinion 7
Encouraging more young women to become engineers would help to solve the skills gap in the industry, says Nicky Inglis.

Gender balance can bridge engineer talent gap

Opinion 6
Theresa May has urged Tory rebels to back her Brexit plan or face no Brexit at all (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Paris Gourtsoyannis: May’s Brexit plan is dead on arrival

Opinion 99
Donald Trump is not about to embarrass Vladimir Putin in the way he did with Theresa May (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Why Putin is the only person Trump respects

Opinion 3

Brian Monteith: If May doesn’t go, she must be removed – or voters will remove Tories

Opinion 104

Lesley Riddoch: Nicola Sturgeon the winner after Donald Trump’s tour

Opinion 584
Sandra Bullock in the film Gravity

Benjamin Sachs: Eight ethical questions about exploring outer space

Opinion 3

Dani Garavelli: May’s trial by Trump almost excites sympathy

Opinion 59

Douglas Chapman: Norway a model for new defence strategy

Opinion 19

Bill Jamieson: Keeping our heads as politicians lose theirs

Opinion

Euan McColm: Era of the political fraud changes habits of a lifetime

Opinion 44
U.S. President Donald Trump (L) and Russian President Vladimir Putin answer questions about the 2016 U.S Election collusion during a joint press conference. Picture: Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

Election meddling: Donald Trump sides with Russia against FBI

Politics 83
Donald Trump is not about to embarrass Vladimir Putin in the way he did with Theresa May (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Why Putin is the only person Trump respects

Opinion 3
Palestinian youths mourn at al-Shifa hospital morgue on July 14, 2018 after two teenagers were killed in one of a series of Israeli raids. Picture: ANAS BABA/AFP/Getty Images

Ceasefire holds after major Israeli airstrikes on Gaza border

World 4
Cuba's new President Miguel Diaz-Canel is pictured after he was formally named president by the National Assembly. Picture: ADALBERTO ROQUE/AFP/Getty Images

Cuba reveals new details on constitution plan

World

Benjamin Sachs: Eight ethical questions about exploring outer space

Opinion 3

White House ‘doesn’t think Scotland is part of the UK’

News 143

Dani Garavelli: May’s trial by Trump almost excites sympathy

Opinion 59

Tell Trump what we think – but never stop listening

Opinion 11
Hammerheads, blacktips and sand tiger sharks could be a common sight. Picture: TSPL

Deadly sharks off UK shores within 30 years, expert warns

Environment
Retired chef Bill Louden, 70, and Alan Eastell, 73, at the original Mens Shed in Westhill, Aberdeenshire. Picture: Hemedia/SWNS

‘No women allowed’ says boss of Scottish Men’s Sheds Association

News 16
The police officers behind James Cook as he reported live from Turnberry on Sunday. Picture: Twitter

Police Scotland officers go viral after pipe walk outside Donald Trump resort

Ayr
Harry McQuillan is chief executive of Community Pharmacy Scotland.

Harry McQuillan: Pharmacy link a prescription for convenient treatment at home

Opinion

Dr Paul Baughan: It’s good to talk about life and death – something that affects us all

Opinion 5
Portpatrick

Alastair Davis: Social investment can change lives

News
English Conservative Party politician and newly appointed Secretary of State for Defence, Peter Carington pictured sitting at his desk in the Ministry of Defence in Whitehall, London in June 1970. (Photo by Rolls Press/Popperfoto/Getty Images)

Appreciation: Lord Carrington by James Douglas-Hamilton

Obituaries
Derrick O'Connor in,1999. (Photo by Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage)

Obituary: Derrick O’Connor, Hollywood hard man who honed his skills on the Edinburgh stage

Obituaries
Lord Carrington in his time as, secretary-general of Nato. pictured in Brussels, circa 1985. (Photo by Paul Marneff/Isopress/Keystone/Getty Images)

Obituary: Lord Carrington, Conservative statesman and Nato secretary-general

Obituaries
David Cohen

Obituary: Dave Cohen, ceramic artist and teacher

Obituaries

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

News 12
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

News 6
The former first lady is following in the footsteps of her husband, who also hosted a dinner with the foundation at the EICC last year. Picture: PA

Two pupils chosen to attend dinner with Michelle Obama in Edinburgh

News 7
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