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Police investigate far-right threat to Labour MSP Anas Sarwar

Politics
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Holyrood to back higher taxes for middle-earning Scots

Politics
Talks between the UK and Scottish Governments over Brexit will continue this week, almost two years since Theresa May first visited Bute House as prime minister. Picture: Steven Scott Taylor

Scottish Government to ‘reject’ Downing St concession on Brexit

Politics

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Ruth vs Jacob is battle for Tory soul

Opinion

Commuters face delays due to major signal fault in Glasgow

Transport

Darren McGarvey: Personal responsibility is a left-wing issue too

Opinion

Scottish food industry to be ‘devastated’ by hard Brexit

Politics
Mr Sarwar said he would not be deterred from campaigning against racism. Picture: John Devlin

Police investigate far-right threat to Labour MSP Anas Sarwar

Politics

Darren McGarvey: Personal responsibility is a left-wing issue too

Darren McGarvey
Talks between the UK and Scottish Governments over Brexit will continue this week, almost two years since Theresa May first visited Bute House as prime minister. Picture: Steven Scott Taylor

Scottish Government to ‘reject’ Downing St concession on Brexit

Politics 117
Mr Sarwar said he would not be deterred from campaigning against racism. Picture: John Devlin

Police investigate far-right threat to Labour MSP Anas Sarwar

Politics 12
Lewis Ritchie

‘Punch’ row councillor Lewis Ritchie quits SNP

Politics 7
Edinburgh firms Artemis Intelligent Power and Quoceant secured a �2.5m grant to develop improved wave powered machines. A new report calls for an improved strategy to help such developments

Scotland needs strategy for ‘fourth industrial revolution’

Tech 4
Taking personal responsibility can help people transcend life's problems

Darren McGarvey: Personal responsibility is a left-wing issue too

Opinion 18

Pete Wishart rules himself out of SNP deputy race

Politics 78
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Holyrood to back higher taxes for middle-earning Scots

Politics 444

BBC dismisses SNP MSP’s claims over Question Time representation

Politics 281

Nicola Sturgeon: Morrissey should stick to music

Music 234

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Ruth vs Jacob is battle for Tory soul

Opinion 35

SNP MSP criticised over response to Scottish soldiers killed by IRA

Politics 1241
ScotRail passengers face disruption

Commuters face delays due to major signal fault in Glasgow

Transport 3
Network Rail say 2500 staff will be working around the clock to complete the works. Picture: Contributed

Network Rail ‘will work around clock’ to finish £23m upgrades

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Ayr Main Street. Picture: Google

Man jailed for savage attack on Golden Retriever in Ayr

Transport 4

Video: Man arrested after digger crashes into Buckie building

Transport

Lifeboats rescue stricken cargo ship off coast of Skye

News

Railway chief targets Edinburgh-Glasgow in 39 minutes

Transport 37

Signal fault causing disruption on Glasgow to Kilmarnock trains

Transport 1

ScotRail forced to halve carriages on some Edinburgh-Glasgow trains

Transport 48
Sin�ad Rhodes is an Emeritus Member of the Young Academy of Scotland and the founder of the RSE Young Academy of Scotland Research the Headlines project.

Sinéad Rhodes: Headlines can keep you informed – but we can help you drill down into the latest research

Opinion
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Call for Scots student charges to be considered in UK funding review

Education 3
Anas Sarwar said more needed to be done to encourage ethnic minorities to enter the teaching profession in Scotland. Picture: John Devlin

Scotland needs more ethnic minority head teachers, says Sarwar

Politics 293

University of Edinburgh students demand lecture strike compensation

News 57
University of Edinburgh. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Leader comment: Students right to demand money back over university strike disruption

Opinion 5

Concerns over ‘diluted’ teacher training standards

News 30
Martin Davidson, Scottish Director, Outward Bound Trust

Martin Davidson: Challenge is what Outward Bound strives to do – for youngsters and ourselves

Opinion 2

Tech firms working to extend cancer survival rates by up to five months

Tech

Mining the data – meet and greet gives jobseekers chance to show off skills

Tech

Nicola Sturgeon warned of major ‘risks’ with SNP childcare plan

Education 86

Plea for evidence to support John Swinney’s school reforms

Politics 30
The Cora Ball promises to capture microfibres shed by clothes during washing to stop them going down the drain and escaping into the environment

Ilona Amos: Every time you do the laundry you damage the environment

Opinion
Humpback whale in the Firth of Forth with Edinburgh Castle in the background. Picture: Adrian Plumb

Scotland best place to see whales and dolphins, study suggests

News
Roddy Smith, Chief Executive of Essential Edinburgh

Roddy Smith: Bidding to be best – how businesses improve the city centre experience

News

Major rescue after skier falls 200m in Nevis range

News

Parts of UK shaken by 4.4 magnitude earthquake

News 8

Half Scotland’s upland birds suffer ‘significant long-term decline’

Environment 4

Drug used to treat osteoarthritis ‘no better than placebo’

News
Experts say survivors of sexual violence require additional support. Picture posed by model. Picture: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire.

Dedicated clinic for sexual violence survivors to open doors

News 2
It's been reported that The Halo Trust has suspended a staff member following a sexual assault allegation. Picture: Greg Macvean

Scots-based international charity in fresh reports of sexual misconduct

UK 2
Medical marijuana on display at a dispensary in Los Angeles, California. Picture: Getty

Calls for British boy to be given medical cannabis licence

UK 36
Among the other controversial proposals are introducing portion limits on the size of takeaway, pub and restaurant meals. Picture: PA

Plans to curb junk food and takeaway portion size in Scotland

Politics 14
Dr David Blane says the overweight should be given the same priority as smokers and alcoholics with emphasis on psychological and cultural pressures involved. Picture: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty

Expert seeks strategy of total war on endemic obesity

Politics 57
Obesity is placing a huge burden on the health of our nation, impacting on workplace productivity and sapping the NHS. Picture: Getty Images/Purestock

Leader: Bold action needed to tackle obesity crisis

Opinion 5

Insight: BMA Scotland chair Peter Bennie wants action from the government, not soundbites

Health 1

2,200 staff on waiting list for Scottish NHS car park permits

Politics 15

Parents of dead baby hope ruling ‘reduces risk’ for other families

News

Fish cakes withdrawn after being contaminated with plastic and metal

News 1
Talks between the UK and Scottish Governments over Brexit will continue this week, almost two years since Theresa May first visited Bute House as prime minister. Picture: Steven Scott Taylor

Scottish Government to ‘reject’ Downing St concession on Brexit

Politics 117
Taking personal responsibility can help people transcend life's problems

Darren McGarvey: Personal responsibility is a left-wing issue too

Opinion 18
Nigel Farage (right) has been a regular guest on Question Time over the years, including this 2013 episode in Edinburgh. Picture: Joey Kelly

BBC dismisses SNP MSP’s claims over Question Time representation

Politics 281
Jacob Rees-Mogg delivers a petition against the provision of foreign aid at 10 Downing Street. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Ruth vs Jacob is battle for Tory soul

Opinion 35

SNP MSP criticised over response to Scottish soldiers killed by IRA

Politics 1241

Dark web paedophile who blackmailed victims is jailed

News

Sinéad Rhodes: Headlines can keep you informed – but we can help you drill down into the latest research

Opinion

Roddy Smith: Bidding to be best – how businesses improve the city centre experience

News
John McLellan is director of the Scottish Newspaper Society. Picture: Contributed

John McLellan: Mosley fights for privacy while Facebook goes back to basics

Opinion 1
Taking personal responsibility can help people transcend life's problems

Darren McGarvey: Personal responsibility is a left-wing issue too

Opinion 18
Jacob Rees-Mogg delivers a petition against the provision of foreign aid at 10 Downing Street. Picture: AFP/Getty Images

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Ruth vs Jacob is battle for Tory soul

Opinion 35
The Cora Ball promises to capture microfibres shed by clothes during washing to stop them going down the drain and escaping into the environment

Ilona Amos: Every time you do the laundry you damage the environment

Opinion
Digging up the road can let to major problems if the repairs are not done properly and the weather gets in (Picture: Michael Gillen)

Donald Anderson: Why Scotland’s pothole problem is here to stay

Opinion 3
Sin�ad Rhodes is an Emeritus Member of the Young Academy of Scotland and the founder of the RSE Young Academy of Scotland Research the Headlines project.

Sinéad Rhodes: Headlines can keep you informed – but we can help you drill down into the latest research

Opinion
Roddy Smith, Chief Executive of Essential Edinburgh

Roddy Smith: Bidding to be best – how businesses improve the city centre experience

News

Leader comment: In praise of Scotland’s mountain rescue teams

Opinion

Leader comment: Scottish fishermen’s message for Boris on Brexit

Opinion

Brian Monteith: Jeremy Corbyn has some explaining to do over Czech spy meetings

Opinion 60

Lesley Riddoch: ‘Tenants versus trees’ row has echoes of the Highland Clearances

Opinion 33
Letters from St Kilda were launched in a waterproof box.

£15,000 price tag for washed up St Kilda letter

World 1
The marriage of Prince Nicholas and Alina Binder seems to have been a happy affair but the familys adventures in exile have been colourful to say the least (Picture: Sipa/Rex/Shutterstock)

Jane Bradley: The UK Royal Family have nothing on this lot

Opinion 2
Joe Zevuloni tends a makeshift memorial to honour victims of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. (Picture: Getty)

Timothy Egan: A kid just schooled Donald Trump on mass shootings

Opinion 181

Fund-raisers face uphill struggle in wake of aid agencies scandal

UK 1

FBI admits bungling warning on Florida school gunman

World 11

Wanted: Lyricist to pen unifying national anthem for Kosovo

World

Ten thought-provoking World Press Photo 2018 entries

News

Whisky Distillery Tester wanted - Is this Scotland’s best job?

News

Tennent’s create ultimate assistant for Alex McLeish in Scotland role

Odd

In pictures: 21 things you’ll only understand if you’re from Edinburgh

News 4
Sin�ad Rhodes is an Emeritus Member of the Young Academy of Scotland and the founder of the RSE Young Academy of Scotland Research the Headlines project.

Sinéad Rhodes: Headlines can keep you informed – but we can help you drill down into the latest research

Opinion
Roddy Smith, Chief Executive of Essential Edinburgh

Roddy Smith: Bidding to be best – how businesses improve the city centre experience

News
Alan Strain is head of Davidson Chalmers employment team

Alan Strain: Negotiating around pay inequality

Opinion
Lady Joan Reid

Obituary: Lady Joan Reid, academic not afraid to pitch in and make things happen

Obituaries
Dr Jack Wilson

Obituary: Dr JB Wilson, GP and historian

Obituaries
Kim Kinnie

Obituary: Kim Kinnie, Scottish comedy pioneer

Obituaries
Donald Erskine

Obituary: Donald Erskine, National Trust for Scotland Factor with breathtaking knowledge of the nation

Obituaries

Morrissey jibe at Nicola Sturgeon met with boos at Scottish gig

Music 381
Paloma Faith praised Scotland's First Minister. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Paloma Faith reveals she’s a ‘massive fan’ of Nicola Sturgeon

News 85
Paloma Faith. Pic: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images

Paloma Faith first to sign up for Edinburgh ‘Summer Sessions’ gigs

Lifestyle
Hugh Jackman stars in surprise box office hit The Greatest Showman

Scots school wins free film trip after Hugh Jackman praise

Lifestyle

Sir Billy Connolly to make a return to TV screens

News 16