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Scotland’s weather: Yellow alert issued as thunderstorms forecast

News

SNP urged to back second referendum on Brexit

Politics

Donald Trump set to visit Scotland - reports

Politics

Testing P1 pupils causes ‘tantamount to abuse’, say education campaigners

Education

Lib Dems back call for shared ‘banking hubs’ in rural areas

Politics

Scots urged to ask these 5 questions to GPs

News

Interview: Director Joe Russo on filming Avengers: Infinity War in Edinburgh

Film
Police were called to the David Lloyd club on Tongue Lane in Leeds on Saturday morning. Picture: Google Maps

Boy, 3, drowns at David Lloyd fitness club swimming pool

UK

Sir Anton Muscatelli: Britain needs a Brexit reality check

Clr Lewis Ritchie was accused of sexual harrassment. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Scandal-hit councillor Lewis Ritchie under fire for no shows

News 13
Carwyn Jones has announced he is to stand down as First Minister of Wales in the autumn. Picture: Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire

Carwyn Jones to step down as Welsh First Minister

UK

Lib Dems back call for shared ‘banking hubs’ in rural areas

Politics 4

North Korea halts nuclear plans, UK welcomes ‘positive step’

World 11

EU ‘annihilates’ Theresa May’s plan to avoid hard Irish border

Politics 356

UK could do more to put pressure on Putin’s ‘gangster regime’, says MP

Politics 7

SNP accused of ‘disowning’ Scotland’s oil and gas sector

Politics 217

Scots urged to ask these 5 questions to GPs

News 103
The crash happened on the A83 near Lochgair.

Motorcyclist dies after crash with ambulance

Transport
An extended delay to MV Clansman's repairs has triggered CalMac's vessel shortage. Picture: CalMac

Widespread CalMac disruption to last till end of May

Transport 4
Norwegian Air has blamed air taxes in halting two of its three US routes from Edinburgh. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Alastair Dalton: Airlines still expanding despite their tax moans

Opinion 4
Scotrail passengers tweeted the company asking for the heating to be turned off on trains

Scotrail passengers rage as heating left on during hottest day of year

News 1

Leith councillor launches campaign against tram extension

Transport 4

Record year for air passengers at Highlands and Islands airports

Transport 1
There is still a stark gender divide among students in Scotland when it comes to choice of courses

Women pick medicine in Scottish university gender divide

Education 4

Testing P1 pupils causes ‘tantamount to abuse’, say education campaigners

Education 39
The child was stuck in the elevator at the Glasgow Science Centre

Boy trapped in escalator on school trip after shoe ‘gets stuck’

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Students in Scotland are choosing certain degrees above others.

Most and least popular first degrees in Scotland revealed

Education 3

Claim ‘school isn’t free’ as pupils miss out on subjects due to costs

Education 129
State school education should be free for all (Picture: Getty)

Leader comment: The scandal of state school fees

Opinion 3

Graduates urged to see HR in a new light

Promoted content

Bound to succeed – getting youngsters and employers outdoors together

Opinion

The robot teacher aimed at primary aged kids

Promoted content

Rates hike for private school nurseries ‘is discrimination’

Politics 12
The Firth of Forth is frequented by lots of different bird species; puffins, gannets, fulmars, guillemots and razorbills being among the most common. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Overfishing and Beast from the East blamed for sea bird deaths

News

Brexit fears as migration into Scotland falls after EU vote

Politics 322

Peter Pearson: John Muir’s ways more important than ever

Opinion 1

‘Magic’ mushrooms to boost Caledonian Forest restoration

Environment 6

Charlotte Johnson: Botanics pushes the boat out with shoreline exhibition

Opinion

Green MSP calls for UK Government to revisit onshore wind subsidy

Politics 48
Doctors warn that health services in Scotland are "deteriorating"

Doctors warn that health services in Scotland are "deteriorating"

Scots urged to ask these 5 questions to GPs

News 103
Dr Catherine Calderwood, Scotland's chief medical officer, wants patients to ask their GPs about the risks and benefits of proposed treatment

Leader comment: Wake up! Pills are not a panacea

Opinion 2
Margo MacDonald led previous bids to change the law. Picture: Esme Allen

Fresh bid to legalise assisted suicide for the dying in Scotland

Politics 58
MSPs have backed a call to change the law.

MSPs back safe room for addicts in Glasgow to take drugs

Politics 20
Willie Rennie. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Willie Rennie slams government over perinatal mental health

News 15
If you want to be like John Travolta on the dancefloor, you are probably old

Jim Duffy: The seven top signs you are getting old

Opinion

‘Brain health index’ can predict the aftermath of having a stroke

News

Fancy dress runners urged to reconsider ahead of ‘hottest Marathon’ ever

UK

Report reveals ‘extremely murky goings-on’ at NHS Highland

News 16

Holyrood urged to back safe drug injection room in Glasgow

Health 30
Carwyn Jones has announced he is to stand down as First Minister of Wales in the autumn. Picture: Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire

Carwyn Jones to step down as Welsh First Minister

UK
Police were called to the David Lloyd club on Tongue Lane in Leeds on Saturday morning. Picture: Google Maps

Boy, 3, drowns at David Lloyd fitness club swimming pool

UK
RBS boss Ross McEwan is likely to be grilled on the bank's controversial branch-closing policy. Picture: Ian Rutherford

US sub-prime deal set to upstage first RBS profits

Business

EU ‘annihilates’ Theresa May’s plan to avoid hard Irish border

Politics 356

UK could do more to put pressure on Putin’s ‘gangster regime’, says MP

Politics 7

Jane Bradley: Don’t be smug if you can change a plug

Opinion 1

Leader comment: Theresa May’s Brexit fudge turns sour

Opinion 3

Stephen Jardine: Was social media goldrush for fools?

Opinion 1
BBC Scotland studios in Glasgow. Pic by John  Devlin

John McLellan: New BBC Scotland channel may send news providers the way of Toys R Us

Opinion 3
The energy providers have taken the opportunity when we're thinking about better weather to hike their prices for gas and electricity, so now would be a good time to switch. Picture: Getty

Martin Lewis: Compare before paying Big 6 prices

Opinion 1
John Sturrock

John Sturrock: Nelson Mandela, master of mediation

Opinion
Former US first lady Barbara Bush (Doug Mills/The New York Times)

Michelle Goldberg: Right to offend is part of free speech

Opinion 9
This is what the inside of a plug looks like (Picture: Getty)

Jane Bradley: Don’t be smug if you can change a plug

Opinion 1
Brussels doesn't seem to like British fudge (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Leader comment: Theresa May’s Brexit fudge turns sour

Opinion 3
Tim Martin, founder of JD Wetherspoon.

Stephen Jardine: Was social media goldrush for fools?

Opinion 1

Leader comment: Wake up! Pills are not a panacea

Opinion 2

Family: Janet Christie’s Mum’s the Word

News

Alastair Dalton: Airlines still expanding despite their tax moans

Opinion 4

Brian Wilson: Windrush scandal echoes Scots’ slave trade shame

Opinion 106

North Korea halts nuclear plans, UK welcomes ‘positive step’

World 11
Vladimir Putin has a choice to make (Picture: AFP/Getty)

UK could do more to put pressure on Putin’s ‘gangster regime’, says MP

Politics 7
Former US first lady Barbara Bush (Doug Mills/The New York Times)

Michelle Goldberg: Right to offend is part of free speech

Opinion 9

“Possibility” Russia tampered with Syria attack evidence

World 1

Queen asks Commonwealth to put Prince Charles in charge

Politics 25

Donald Trump retweets convicted Scottish forger in Stormy Daniels row

Politics 22

Scots Tory MP accused of ‘trivialising’ dictatorship of Saddam Hussein

News 45

Drilling ship called to help search for Scots boys’ pirate ship

Odd

PETA ask Council for permission to place plaque ‘in memory of cows’ at slaughterhouse site

News 6

Here’s how you can get 25% more Tesco Clubcard points for the entire year

News 1
Lionel Richie shows his support for St Johnstone. Picture: Contributed

Lionel Richie shows support for St Johnstone ahead of Perth gig

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John Sturrock

John Sturrock: Nelson Mandela, master of mediation

Opinion
Scots-born John Muir was a tireless campaigner for the preservation of wild spaces in the United States and his legacy lives in on the hundreds of articles and books he wrote in his lifetime

Peter Pearson: John Muir’s ways more important than ever

Opinion 1
The shoreline at Granton

Charlotte Johnson: Botanics pushes the boat out with shoreline exhibition

Opinion
Artist Mary Maclean

Obituary: Mary Maclean, artist, lecturer, Outside Architecture founding member

Obituaries
Popular TV presenter Dale Winton (Picture: David Giles/PA Wire)

Obituary: Dale Winton: Broadcaster and game show host

Obituaries
Liz McNab with John Smith (Picture: Hamish Campbell)

Obituary: Liz Macnab, political campaigner whose enthusiasm for life made her friends everywhere

Obituaries
Former US first lady Barbara Bush has died at the age of 92. Picture: AP

Obituary: Barbara Bush, former First Lady, wife of one president, mother of another, literacy campaigner

Obituaries

Tributes paid to ‘well-loved’ Dale Winton as TV star dies aged 62

Lifestyle
Julian Assange. Picture: Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty

Julian Assange subjected to torture, claims friend Pamela Anderson

Celebrity 26
Lionel Richie shows his support for St Johnstone. Picture: Contributed

Lionel Richie shows support for St Johnstone ahead of Perth gig

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Jeremy Clarkson urges Scots to forget about independence

News 850

Ant McPartlin due in court over ‘drink-driving collision’

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