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St Bedes RC Primary School parent Jodie Foord is angry over  parking resrictions.

Parents’ fury at ‘ridiculous’ £50 fines for parking near school for sports day

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

Long-delayed new ScotRail trains to debut on Tuesday

Transport
Outlander star Sam Heughan outside the St Andrews-in-the-Square in Glasgow. Picture: John Devlin

Outlander effect pushes tourist numbers in Scotland to record high

Media & Leisure

SFA face six-figure legal bill to fine Rangers £5k - reports

Rangers

Eight injured after knife attack on bus in Germany

World

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

News

Scotland’s Brexit battle with UK backed by Northern Ireland and Wales

General Election
Theresa May defended her confidence and supply arrangement with the DUP. Picture: Getty Images

Teenagers question Theresa May over DUP deal

Politics

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

Ruth Davidson
Yorkshire Party leader Stewart Arnold (centre) launches the party's 2017 manifesto outside Wakefield Cathedral. Picture: Scott Merrylees/Johnston Press

Meet the Yorkshire Party - the English regionalists inspired by the SNP

Politics 25
Poverty is a primary cause of early death

Scotland tops UK’s unavoidable death rate list

News 48
Campaigners want to see a ban on lap-dancing clubs in Scotland. Picture: Andrew Stuart

Women’s groups call for Scotland-wide ban on lap dancing clubs

Politics 101
Theresa May defended her confidence and supply arrangement with the DUP. Picture: Getty Images

Teenagers question Theresa May over DUP deal

Politics

Theresa May: EU must change ‘unworkable’ Brexit position

Politics 60

UK and Australia ministers meet in Edinburgh to discuss security

News 4

Scottish Government tourism campaign accused of ‘pushing SNP message’

Politics 321

Thousands expected for major Scottish independence rally in Highlands

Politics 285

Austerity politics ‘contributing to suicides among veterans in Scotland’

News 68
A class 385 at Edinburgh Waverley with new windscreens. Picture: Darren Hunt

Long-delayed new ScotRail trains to debut on Tuesday

Transport 1
Passengers were removed by police from a flight at Edinburgh Airport.

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

News 6

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

Opinion 13

Dalkeith teen dies after tragic boating accident in Ireland

News

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

Transport 30

Driver dead and two passengers in hospital after Ayrshire crash

News
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 25
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

News 3
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’

Education 1
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

Education 1
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

Education 157

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

News 5

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

News

Virtual reality therapy can help ‘cure’ fear of heights

News
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
Adders have been doing well because of the recent warm weather

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

Opinion 1

Will Scotland get the sunshine back this week?

News 1

Leader comment: The real fear about sharks

Opinion 11

Warm weather toxic algae surge a ‘threat to pets’

News 1
Poverty is a primary cause of early death

Scotland tops UK’s unavoidable death rate list

News 48
We have been highlighting the cause of veterans all this week. Picture: Greg Macvean

Austerity politics ‘contributing to suicides among veterans in Scotland’

News 68
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 25
Joe Fitzpatrick announced the move.

Government announces boys to be vaccinated against HPV

News 9
Jeane Freeman, the new Health Secretary, came under fire for allegedly smoking (Picture: John Devlin)

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

Opinion 22
Scotland needs more doctors

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

Ex-Hearts and Rangers star David Hagen diagnosed with MND

News

Kezia Dugdale: Sturgeon can have no “pride” over HIV services

Opinion 26
Yorkshire Party leader Stewart Arnold (centre) launches the party's 2017 manifesto outside Wakefield Cathedral. Picture: Scott Merrylees/Johnston Press

Meet the Yorkshire Party - the English regionalists inspired by the SNP

Politics 25
St Bedes RC Primary School parent Jodie Foord is angry over  parking resrictions.

Parents’ fury at ‘ridiculous’ £50 fines for parking near school for sports day

UK
Conservative Party chairman Brandon Lewis broke a pairing agreement not to take part in a Brexit vote (Picture: Jack Taylor/Getty)

Leader comment: MPs are nothing without honour

Opinion 13

Jim Duffy: Justice at last for Sir Cliff Richard, my hero

Opinion 2

David Attenborough promotes big butterfly count for mental health

UK

Burberry destroys £28m of products in a year

UK

Joyce McMillan: New political alliances vital to stop Brexit disaster

Opinion 185

Comment: Developers need strong foundations for growth

Opinion

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

Opinion 13

Edinburgh Airport chief slams reader for written ‘attack’ on team

Your Say 28
Conservative Party chairman Brandon Lewis broke a pairing agreement not to take part in a Brexit vote (Picture: Jack Taylor/Getty)

Leader comment: MPs are nothing without honour

Opinion 13
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
Sir Cliff Richard was awarded �200,000 in damages after suing the BBC over coverage of a police raid on his house (Picture: Jeff Spicer/Getty)

Jim Duffy: Justice at last for Sir Cliff Richard, my hero

Opinion 2

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

Opinion 13

Joyce McMillan: New political alliances vital to stop Brexit disaster

Opinion 185

Leader comment: UK dragged into new Cold War with Russia by the truth

Opinion 1

Tommy Sheppard: Time to stop being allies of states that oppress women

Opinion 33

Eight injured after knife attack on bus in Germany

World 34
The incident happened on a Missouri lake. Picture: Stone County Fire Dept

11 dead after ‘duck boat’ capsizes in Missouri lake

World
A puppet of Trump is used to make a point about his relationship with Vladimir Putin (Picture: Alex Wong)

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

Opinion 13

Joyce McMillan: New political alliances vital to stop Brexit disaster

Opinion 185

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

Opinion 106

Tom Peterkin: Trump’s double-negative excuse doesn’t not sound unconvincing

News 8

Thailand cave rescue: Boys and coach discharged from hospital

World 3

Elon Musk apologises to British cave diver for ‘pedo’ comment

World 2

Family ‘caught barbecuing on tombstone in graveyard’

UK 27
Brew Dog are to offer dog parties.

Brew Dog to offer ‘dog parties’ at Edinburgh bar

News

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
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
Gerald Cameron with the European Cup

Obituary: Gerald Cameron, Fife businessman and one of the original members of the Tartan Army

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 8
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