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‘Avoid travel’: Government warns Scots ahead of heavy snow tonight

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Poll: Majority of Scots don’t want Indyref2 in next five years

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Major delays expected on Scotland’s roads amid snowfall

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Harry Potter author Jk Rowling. Picture: Tom Hayward

JK Rowling refutes claims that £4m pub inspired Harry Potter

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Britons could face high fees, holiday visa wait to go to Europe after Brexit

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Scottish Labour accused of ‘stunt’ as Budget ‘no confidence’ vote is passed

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RBS bosses refuse U-turn on Scotland branch closures

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Jeremy Corbyn accuses Theresa May of being ‘negligent’ on Carillion

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A section of the Bayeux Tapestry

Theresa May says loan of Bayeux Tapestry to UK is ‘very significant’

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Leader comment: Sturgeon is right about Scotland’s Brexit problem

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Tourists at Burns Cottage in Alloway. Picture: Rob McDougall

SNP MSP hails ‘economic impact’ of Robert Burns

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The MV Glen Sannox, the UK's first dual-fuel ferry, is launched at Ferguson Marine Engineering in Port Glasgow. Picture: PA

Will 2018 be plain sailing for the Clyde shipyards?

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Tesco has delayed plans to change its Clubcard rewards scheme

Tesco delays Clubcard changes

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn attacked Theresa May over Carillion at today's Prime Minister's Questions. Picture: Aaron Chown/PA Wire

Jeremy Corbyn accuses Theresa May of being ‘negligent’ on Carillion

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Scottish Labour Party leader Richard Leonard

Scottish Labour accused of ‘stunt’ as Budget ‘no confidence’ vote is passed

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Ruth Davidson.

Can the Tories win the 2021 election?

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Donald Tusk: UK can change mind on Brexit and stay in EU

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Theresa May says loan of Bayeux Tapestry to UK is ‘very significant’

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Independence push surges ahead as Catalonia parliament elects speaker

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Major delays expected on Scotland’s roads amid snowfall

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‘Avoid travel’: Government warns Scots ahead of heavy snow tonight

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A double room suite - the first on a British train - with ensuite and shower.

New Caledonian Sleeper trains delayed until October

Transport 13
Norwegian launched its three US routes from Edinburgh just seven months ago.

Norwegian to axe a US route from Edinburgh over tax cut delays

Transport 54

Sir Salter Scott: Names of Scottish road gritters prove a hit

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Keith Brown refuses to be drawn on Aberdeen bypass completion

Politics 10

Two-thirds of Scottish teachers do not get ‘sufficient’ mental health training

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Which Scottish schools could be closed tomorrow due to snow?

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The S3 pupils during their lesson. Picture: Facebook

Scottish high school sparks debate over pheasant-butchering lesson

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Thomas Sutherland and Emily Martin with a model  helicopter, designed as part of a new work placement scheme at Leonardo MW in Edinburgh. Photograph: Alistair Linford

Apprentices at defence giant give Scottish pupils a workplace wow factor

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Third year maths university student to help out while school attempts to fill two vacancies.

Canadian teacher at Scottish school has visa fast-tracked

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Gaelic plan for Edinburgh school branded ‘social cleansing’

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Scots schools sends unruly pupils back to primaries as punishment

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Rising number of Scots studying for full-time degrees

Education 18

Ruth Davidson: Time to end the chaos in the classroom

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Phelps undergoing his hydrotherapy. Picture: Scottish SPCA

Rescued baby hedgehog receives hydrotherapy from Scottish SPCA

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Scotland’s weather: snow causes crashes and school closures

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Picture: Getty

Boris Johnson says NHS £350 million Brexit pledge was 'underestimated.

Environment 12

Ilona Amos: Could Earth become a world without flowers once again?

Opinion 7

Climate change threatens historic landmarks across Scotland

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Kirsty Gunn: Beauty of calf in snow, horror of vacuum-packed ‘baby’

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Scottish high school sparks debate over pheasant-butchering lesson

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Scottish Association for Mental Health launch report at Wallace High School in Stirling

Two-thirds of teachers in Scotland do not feel they have received sufficient training in mental health

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Richard Meade is Marie Curies Head of Policy and Public Affairs Scotland

Richard Meade: Who cares for the carers in their time of need?

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Jennifer Ure Stewart and her son Luke

Mother in treatment fund appeal for terminally-ill son

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Flu rates across Scotland have risen steeply, putting hospitals under pressure. Picture: TSPL

Scottish A&E wait times soar to new high as flu rates jump

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A draft national strategy document says Scots have a responsibilty to tackle isolation through acts of kindness. Picture: TSPL

Speak to your neighbours to reduce loneliness, Scots told

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Sheltered housing residents in Glasgow could face changes to alarm system.

‘Press button if still alive’ plan for OAPs is ‘dangerous’

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Picture: Getty

Boris Johnson says NHS £350 million Brexit pledge was 'underestimated.

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NHS Scotland pays £193m in compensation over five years

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NHS Lothian paid out almost £33m for medical mistakes

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Leader comment: The wisdom of ‘old wives’

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The nation’s most popular medical myths revealed

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Tesco has delayed plans to change its Clubcard rewards scheme

Tesco delays Clubcard changes

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Harry Potter author Jk Rowling. Picture: Tom Hayward

JK Rowling refutes claims that £4m pub inspired Harry Potter

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British holidaymakers could face a four-day wait for visas to travel to European destinations such as Spain after Brexit. Picture: Home Office

Britons could face high fees, holiday visa wait to go to Europe after Brexit

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A section of the Bayeux Tapestry

Theresa May says loan of Bayeux Tapestry to UK is ‘very significant’

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Independence push surges ahead as Catalonia parliament elects speaker

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‘He’s extremely vigorous’: Jeremy Corbyn not too old to be Labour leader

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Bayeux Tapestry could be put on display in Britain

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Richard Meade: Who cares for the carers in their time of need?

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Millenials are not embracing saving.

Jim Duffy: Implications of millennials losing trust in saving

Personal Finance
Richard Meade is Marie Curies Head of Policy and Public Affairs Scotland

Richard Meade: Who cares for the carers in their time of need?

Opinion
Jeremy Corbyns supporters now have a majority on Labours board of the party. Picture: Getty

Ayesha Hazarika: Corbyn needs to fight Tories, not Labour moderates

Opinion 7
Cyrille Regis was a trailblazer who inspired generations of black footballers. Picture: PA Wire

Martyn McLaughlin: The racism Cyrille Regis battled is still with us

Opinion 15
The Kyle of Lochalsh branch of RBS is among dozens set to close this year

Pat Rafferty: Tories are in cahoots with RBS over branch closures

Opinion 10
The number of cases of domestic abuse in Scotland is 'truly shocking', Justice Secretary Michael Matheson has said.

Leader comment: Scots must learn from life ruined by domestic violence

Opinion 1
Scotland's loneliness strategy urges people to carry out acts of kindness

Leader comment: SNP anti-loneliness drive is not to be sneered at

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Darren McGarvey: Carillion - giants of capitalism or scroungers?

Opinion 11

Susan Stewart: Why don’t we support part-time students? Not everyone can give up a job to retrain

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Lesley McLeod: The talents of women are ignored when we need their skills

Opinion 6

Aidan Smith: The second coming of punk is here

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Catalonia's new parliament has elected a speaker. Picture: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

Independence push surges ahead as Catalonia parliament elects speaker

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The Bayeux Tapestry could be displayed in Britain after France agreed in principle to the historic artwork leaving the country for the first time in 950 years. Picture: AFP/Getty

Bayeux Tapestry could be put on display in Britain

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David Allen and Louise Anna Turpin with their children. Picture: TSPL

Siblings rescued after being found chained to beds

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Quentin Guillemain, president of the victim's association of the Lactalis baby milk products contaminated with Salmonella. 
Lactalis will recall all the baby milk products manufactured in Craon factory. Picture: CHRISTOPHE SIMON/AFP/Getty Images

Salmonella risk forces French firm to recall 12m baby milk boxes

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Hawaii missile false alarm sparks shock, anger and lots of apologies

World

Plane skids off tarmac and dangles off a cliff in Turkey

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Hawaii residents left terrified after false missile alert

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Liam Neeson: Sexual harassment scandal has caused witch hunt

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A Pegasus Airlines Boing 737 passenger plane is seen struck in mud on an embankment, a day after skidding off the airstrip. Picture: OUTSTRINGER/AFP/Getty Images

Plane skids off tarmac and dangles off a cliff in Turkey

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Campaigners want to create a human chain up Ben Nevis. Picture;  Ian Rutherford

Pro-indy campaigners to ‘create human chain to top of Ben Nevis’

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Kazuyoshi Miura in action. Picture: Getty

Japanese striker, 50, set for 33rd season as a player

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There have been reports of people stockpiling Irn Bru ahead of the recipe change. Picture: John Devlin

Confirmed: Full-sugar Irn Bru no longer in production

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Richard Meade is Marie Curies Head of Policy and Public Affairs Scotland

Richard Meade: Who cares for the carers in their time of need?

Opinion
Jeanette Forbes is the Chairperson of the JDRF Scottish Development Group

Jeanette Forbes: Healthy advances in battling diabetes

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Susan Stewart is the Director of The Open University in Scotland.

Susan Stewart: Why don’t we support part-time students? Not everyone can give up a job to retrain

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Cranberries lead singer Dolores O'Riordan. Picture: AP Photo

Obituary: Dolores O’Riordan, troubled lead singer for Irish rock band The Cranberries

Obituaries
Jim Watson

Obituary: Jim Watson, artist who drew unforgettable characters for classic British comics

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Tony Calder, right, and  Andrew Loog Oldham in 1965.  (Photo by William H. Alden/Evening Standard/Getty Images)

Obituary: Tony Calder, music industry executive and publicist

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Prof Archie Duncan

Obituary: Prof Archie Duncan, eminent Scottish historian

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Tributes after Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan dies

Lifestyle 6
Lorraine Kelly. Picture: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Lorraine Kelly snubbed Strictly Come Dancing offer

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Cyrille Regis, the former West Brom and England forward, has died aged 59. Picture: SWNS

Cyrille Regis, ex-West Brom and Coventry striker, dies aged 59

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Morse the dog is now back home safe with his owner Richard Latter and son Edward, 3. Picture: SWNS

Boy, 3, reunited with dog thanks to Simon Cowell reward

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Cassius Clay (later Muhammad Ali) takes part in an exhibition bout at Paisley Ice Rink in August, 1965, with Jimmy Ellis.

Scot’s play about Muhammad Ali in Paisley punches above its weight

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