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Holyrood won’t approve Brexit bills until ‘broken’ devolution system is fixed - Mike Russell

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The row between the Scottish and UK governments escalated when the First Minister and other senior SNP figures yesterday said Scottish ministers intended to play hard ball on Brexit laws in devolved areas. Picture: Jane Barlow/PA Wire

Nicola Sturgeon says Brexit negotiations have ‘eroded’ trust in Westminster

Politics
The news will give students something to celebrate. Picture: TSPL

Top Scots graduates make £61,000 five years after leaving uni

Education

Susan Dalgety: The fault line that runs through the big heart of the US

Opinion

Councils raid reserves to pay for frontline daily services

Politics

Noise complaints force Edinburgh music festival indoors

Music
Today is the final day for  Virgin East Coast following the failure of the franchise.

Final day for Virgin Trains East Coast following franchise failure

Transport

Brian Wilson: Russia is getting stronger, and the UK must begin engaging

Brian Wilson
Lord Haughey is the co-founder of City Holdings. Picture: Robert Perry

Lord Haughey named EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2018

Companies
Ruth Davidson was speaking at the Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh

Ruth Davidson vows to protect needs of Scottish farmers post-Brexit

Politics 177

Those who like to be beside the seaside find Scotland’s most affordable properties

Business
Mike Russell said Holyrood will no longer approve Brexit Bills following a power grab from Westminster

Holyrood won’t approve Brexit bills until ‘broken’ devolution system is fixed - Mike Russell

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The row between the Scottish and UK governments escalated when the First Minister and other senior SNP figures yesterday said Scottish ministers intended to play hard ball on Brexit laws in devolved areas. Picture: Jane Barlow/PA Wire

Nicola Sturgeon says Brexit negotiations have ‘eroded’ trust in Westminster

Politics 182
Airbus employs 14,000 people at 25 sites across the country

Aerospace giant Airbus threatens to quit UK in event of hard Brexit

Companies 45
Councils dipped into their reserves to deal with the harsh winter weather.'Picture: Ian Rutherford

Councils raid reserves to pay for frontline daily services

Politics 6

Nicola Sturgeon urges Theresa May to think again on single market

Politics 739

Scottish Government won’t consent to further Brexit legislation

Politics 187

Alice Kinghorn-Gray: Scotland’s democratic deficit must be overcome

Opinion 26
Broadcaster Jenni Falconer is promoting the HSBC Let's Ride events in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Picture: Johnston Press

Alastair Dalton: Traffic-free events the perfect way to try cycling

Opinion 10

Ryanair and easyJet have cancelled 300 UK flights due to strikes in France

News 3
Clyde and Forth Canal Bridge. Picture: John Devlin

Restrictions threat to Union Canal boaters if no extra funding

Transport 2

Flights to isle of Skye ‘likely to resume’

Transport

Scotland ‘would really benefit’ from third Heathrow runway

News 17

ScotRail's 'Happy Trains' to start running on Saturday

Transport 4

One in five motorists risk jail by taking penalty points for others

Transport 10
The news will give students something to celebrate. Picture: TSPL

Top Scots graduates make £61,000 five years after leaving uni

Education 8
Glasgow University graduates celebrate ' but is their joy likely to be short-lived away from the education treadmill? Picture: John Devlin

John McLellan: What is that First really worth?

Opinion
The Edinburgh school will be copied in the nominally communist country right down to the house system and leafy grounds. Picture: TSPL

Recreation inspired by Edinburgh’s Fettes College to open in China

Education 4
Evros Stakis announced in 2013 that he would open an HQ for his company ' including a nursery for up to 100 children ' in central Edinburgh.

Son of Stakis on the naughty step after £100k nursery firm folds without opening

Business 2
Rebekah Widdowfield is the CEO of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

Rebekah Widdowfield: Enlightened dialogue need to build the world we live in

Opinion 3
Ruth Davidson, Scottish Conservative leader. (Picture: PA)

Ruth Davidson: SNP are ‘rigging education stats’

Politics 40
Data Lab students take part in an innovation workshop. The postgraduate course is expanding to meet demand

Applications open for largest ever intake of Data Lab MSc students

Tech

Looking for a career change? How about a job that doesn’t exist yet?

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Attainment gap widens in Scotland’s colleges

Politics 14

All East Dunbartonshire schools to shut for strike action

News 17

Scottish library closures soar as council cuts bite

Politics 111
Ulva residents Rhuri Munro and his wife Rebecca Munro and Barry George celebrate the sale of the island to the residents on June 21. Andy Buchanan/AFP/Getty Images

Tiny island of Ulva officially transferred to community ownership

Environment 23
SEPA works to protect and enhance Scotlands environment by helping communities and businesses thrive within the resources of our planet.

Going green is good for business as well as the environment, says SEPA

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Julie Hesketh-Laird  has taken the helm at the Scottish Salmon Producers Organisation

Scottish salmon 'a worldwide success story'

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Keeping resources circulating

Green Scots leading the way in cutting plastic use

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Rebekah Widdowfield: Enlightened dialogue need to build the world we live in

Opinion 3

Five best wildlife spots to explore around Edinburgh and the Lothians

Environment

Decline in sightings of frogs and toads in Scottish gardens

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Humphrey Errington of manufacturer Errington Cheese defended the company's products. Picture: Neil Hanna

No inquiry or criminal action to be taken over E.coli death of child

UK
Discussions about death are still considered taboo. Picture: John Devlin.

Charity urges more discussion around end-of-life ‘taboo’

UK
Rory and Pearson, a pair of alpacas, are to make their showbiz debut at an old people's home with cult singer Bobby Velvet at Fringe by the Sea in North Berwick.

Singer Bobby Velvet forms alpacas trio for North Berwick show

Lifestyle
Fightback dinner celebrates inspirational Lucy Lintott

Fightback dinner celebrates the youngest person in Scotland living with MND

News
The parkrun at Cramond, which is staged every Saturday. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

GPs to recommend parkrun for Scots patients

News 11
Rebekah Widdowfield is the CEO of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

Rebekah Widdowfield: Enlightened dialogue need to build the world we live in

Opinion 3

Celebrity auction tonight to raise money for MND campaigner Gordon Aikman

Politics 1

Radical new plans revealed to turn Scotland smoke free by 2034

Politics 289

Scottish Government pledges £1.35 million for trauma training

News 3

Mammal molecule could hold key to curing cold, say Scots researchers

News
Airbus employs 14,000 people at 25 sites across the country

Aerospace giant Airbus threatens to quit UK in event of hard Brexit

Companies 45
Humphrey Errington of manufacturer Errington Cheese defended the company's products. Picture: Neil Hanna

No inquiry or criminal action to be taken over E.coli death of child

UK
Discussions about death are still considered taboo. Picture: John Devlin.

Charity urges more discussion around end-of-life ‘taboo’

UK

Nicola Sturgeon urges Theresa May to think again on single market

Politics 739

Full list: House Of Fraser stores set to close

UK 4

Bid for gender-neutral passports fails after High Court ruling

UK 5

Brian Wilson: Russia is getting stronger, and the UK must begin engaging

Politics 33
The modern versions of the 'virtual assistant' ' Apple's Siri or Amazon's Alexa have been given female voices, presumably after much market research and focus group planning. Picture: Contributed

Jane Bradley: Pioneer of AI will be turning in his grave

Opinion
A protester holds a sign outside a closed gate at the Port of Entry facility in Fabens, Texas, where tent shelters are being used to house separated family members. Picture: AP

Susan Dalgety: The fault line that runs through the big heart of the US

Opinion
Glasgow University graduates celebrate ' but is their joy likely to be short-lived away from the education treadmill? Picture: John Devlin

John McLellan: What is that First really worth?

Opinion
Banking on the move has been a major factor in the number of branches being shut, with the Royal Bank of Scotland responsible for 350 closures since 2015. Picture: Getty

Gareth Shaw: We’re not ready for a world without bank branches

Opinion
PIC PHIL WILKINSON.TSPL / JOHNSTON PRESS''JANET CHRISTIE ,  MAGAZINE WRITER

Family: Janet Christie’s Mum’s the Word

Family
An Electoral Reform Society survey found 76 per cent felt they had no influence on council spending

Alice Kinghorn-Gray: Scotland’s democratic deficit must be overcome

Opinion 26
Broadcaster Jenni Falconer is promoting the HSBC Let's Ride events in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Picture: Johnston Press

Alastair Dalton: Traffic-free events the perfect way to try cycling

Opinion 10

Comment: Faces may change but liability remains the same

Opinion

Comment: Shares option 'could ease growing pains of a small business'

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Shopping habits 'are changing Scotland'

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Rebekah Widdowfield: Enlightened dialogue need to build the world we live in

Opinion 3
Burger King have come under fire for offering Russian women a lifetime supply of Whoppers if they got pregnant to Russian World Cup players.

Burger King offer lifetime supply of Whoppers to Russian women pregnant by World Cup players

Odd 4
Ron Medich was sentenced to 30 years. Picture: JP

Millionaire jailed for 30 years over murder of Scots businessman

News

Theresa May calls US child migrant policy "deeply disturbing" and "wrong"

Politics 103
Canada lawmakers have voted to legalise cannabis. Picture: Chris Roussakis/AFP/Getty Images

Canada legalises recreational use of cannabis

World 1

Teen brothers fear death if deported to Pakistan from Scotland

Politics 53

Greece and Macedonia sign deal that ends decades-long dispute

World 1

Hundreds of migrants arrive in Spanish port as rescue ship docks

News 7

Forget Brexit, the migrant crisis is Europe’s big challenge

World 25
Burger King have come under fire for offering Russian women a lifetime supply of Whoppers if they got pregnant to Russian World Cup players.

Burger King offer lifetime supply of Whoppers to Russian women pregnant by World Cup players

Odd 4
Toploader were set to play Fifefest

Fife music festival with Toploader cancelled after just 200 tickets sold

News

Racist Twitter troll deletes account after getting owned by Scotrail

News
The huge picture of the Forth rail bridge bought by granddad Stuart Slicer

Double vision: Grandad buys 10ft Forth Bridge artwork despite having exact same view

News 3
Rebekah Widdowfield is the CEO of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

Rebekah Widdowfield: Enlightened dialogue need to build the world we live in

Opinion 3
Graeme Atha, director of the Marketing Society

Graeme Atha: Stars of marketing are really hot stuff

Opinion
Brigid Simmonds, Chief Executive of Scottish Beer and Pub Association.

Brigid Simmonds: Don’t let the taps run dry – pubs are crucial for the economy

Opinion 2
Peter Thomson of Australia in action during the British Open Golf Championship at the Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club, circa July 1969. (Photo by Ed Lacey/Popperfoto/Getty Images)

Obituary: Peter Thomson, Australian golfer who won British Open five times

Obituaries
Janet Fraser, resplendent in her beloved bonnet

Obituary: Janet Fraser, Scottish Salvation Army brigadier

Obituaries
Air Commodore Alastair Mackie

Obituary: Wing Commander Alastair Mackie DFC, bomber pilot turned CND campaigner

Obituaries
Entertainer Ron Dale has died at the age of 84

Obituary: Ron Dale, versatile entertainer who moved from theatres to clubs and cruise ships

Obituaries 1

Love Island’s Sophie Gradon dead at 32

Celebrity

Doddie Weir charity donates six-figure sum to MND patients

News
Alan Longmuir of the Bay City Rollers

Bay City Rollers guitarist Alan Longmuir returns home after falling ill in Mexico

News

Eastenders actor Leslie Grantham dies aged 71

Celebrity
Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda Field are reported to join The X Factor as judges. Picture: PA Wire

Robbie Williams and wife to join X Factor judging panel

Lifestyle 1
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