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Brexit: Nicola Sturgeon and Theresa May on standby as talks fail

Politics
Creative Scotland Janet Archer told MSPs she is "profoundly sorry" for the way it has handled recent funding cuts.

Creative Scotland admits cover-up over controversial funding cuts

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Gavin Hastings and Tony Stanger celebrate Scotland's 'Grand Slam victory in March1990. Picture: Scotsman Publications

Gavin Hastings: ‘Beating England is as tough as it’s always been’

Six Nations

FMQs: Nicola Sturgeon attacked over soft touch justice system

Politics

Police Scotland 'prevented' work of spy probe

Politics

SNP plans council shake-up in Glasgow ahead of first budget

Politics
Openreach engineers install fibre cabling near Edinburgh. Picture: Openreach

Broadband firms rapped and fined for worsening roadworks

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

Darren McGarvey

Mundell backs Scottish Tory MPs over 'hard Brexit' letter

Politics 1

Brexit: Nicola Sturgeon and Theresa May on standby as talks fail

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FMQs: Nicola Sturgeon attacked over soft touch justice system

Politics 148
The first Glasgow council budget to be set by a non-Labour administration in four decades will be debated at the City Chambers today. Picture: John Devlin

SNP plans council shake-up in Glasgow ahead of first budget

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The annual TV licence fee will increase to �150.50 from �147 from April 1, it has been announced. Picture; PA

TV licence fee to increase from April

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SNP calls on Theresa May to step up response to Syria bombardment

Politics 47

Police merger sparks row at PMQs as SNP MPs told off by Speaker

Politics 527

Corbyn demands damages from Tory MP for spying tweet

Politics 34

Kevan Christie: It can cause sickness and death, but we love it

Opinion 1

Scottish Government defends ‘legitimate’ use of Prestwick Airport by US military

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Police Scotland 'prevented' work of spy probe

Politics 2
The collision has closed a lane of the M8, Picture: Traffic Scotland

Delays on M8 after crash and broken down vehicle

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Openreach engineers install fibre cabling near Edinburgh. Picture: Openreach

Broadband firms rapped and fined for worsening roadworks

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Nick Watson damaged his car on a pothole on the A82 near Bridge of Orchy. Picture: Centre Press

Motorist damages car in Highlands in ‘bath’ sized pothole

Transport 1
Grangemouth is Scotland's largest container terminal and one of its busiest commercial ports. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA

Brexit poses ‘significant’ questions for Scotland’s ports

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From the archive: Edinburgh-Glasgow train line opens 176 years ago

Lifestyle 4

ScotRail passengers hit by major signalling disruption

Transport 24

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

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Man jailed for savage attack on Golden Retriever in Ayr

Transport 6
A UK-wide study of children's reading habits released today reveals Scottish secondary school pupils are not reading challenging enough books

Scots secondary school pupils choosing same novels as under-12s

Education 55
Reading is a joy, a source of learning and a way to become funnier and more interesting

Leader comment: Don’t be a literary wimp

Opinion
Male monkeys with large noses have more females in their harem

Male monkeys with big noses get the girls, proving size matters

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Edinburgh University's Old College building. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Universities need to help poorer Scots pupils win places

Politics 6
Nicola Sturgeon visits Loanhead after-school club and community nursery (Picture: Andrew O'Brien)

Martyn McLaughlin: Will SNP’s childcare plans institutionalise kids?

Opinion 34
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 7

University of Edinburgh students demand lecture strike compensation

News 58

Scotland needs more ethnic minority head teachers, says Sarwar

Politics 284

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

Opinion 6

Concerns over ‘diluted’ teacher training standards

News 30
Gamekeepers and conservationists have clashed over the disappearance of young satellite-tagged golden eagle in "highly suspicious" circumstances near Edinburgh

Row erupts over “suspicious” disappearance of golden eagle Fred

Environment 1
A stag on the Invermark Estate in Angus.' The red deer population is thought to have at least doubled in the last 50 years. Picture: Stephen Mansfield/TSPL

How can Scotland’s growing red deer population be managed?

Environment 12
Male monkeys with large noses have more females in their harem

Male monkeys with big noses get the girls, proving size matters

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Our Power customer Sheena MacVicar and founding chief executive Dawn Muspratt.'''Picture: Chris James

New green energy deal to help ease fuel poverty

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

Opinion 5

Scotland best place to see whales and dolphins, study suggests

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

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Funding of 90,000 will be provided for a Scottish university to host a new Ph.D studentship

New funding to support research into causes, diagnosis and treatment of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME).

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Stretchable health sensor could improve monitoring of chronic conditions

Stretchable health sensor to improve monitoring of chronic conditions

Tech
The way we talk about alcohol doesn't convey the damage that it can do (Picture: PA)

Kevan Christie: It can cause sickness and death, but we love it

Opinion 1
St John's Hospital in Livingston

Cross-party plea for St John’s children’s ward reopening

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The inhalers. Picture: MHRA

Thousands of asthma inhalers recalled in safety scare

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New Edinburgh Leisure project will target people with dementia

Sam Scott: Active Communities Team gets moving on ways to help people with dementia stay active

Opinion
Almost eight out of ten Scottish mothers do not even know an NHS website to help with infant feeding exists. Picture Michael Gillen

Just one in 12 new Scots mothers use NHS infant feeding website

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Jim Hume: Mind your mental health – how the problem is being tackled in rural communities

Opinion

Fury at ‘downgrade’ of closure-plagued children’s ward

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Mortality rate in Scottish hospitals drops by 10%

Health 18

Drug used to treat osteoarthritis ‘no better than placebo’

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Brexit: Nicola Sturgeon and Theresa May on standby as talks fail

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FMQs: Nicola Sturgeon attacked over soft touch justice system

Politics 148
The way we talk about alcohol doesn't convey the damage that it can do (Picture: PA)

Kevan Christie: It can cause sickness and death, but we love it

Opinion 1

Bill Jamieson: I’ve found two antidotes to our cult of unhappiness

Opinion 6

Scots Tory MPs sign letter calling for ‘clean break’ Brexit

Politics 57

Thousands of asthma inhalers recalled in safety scare

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Noel Gallagher to bring High Flying Birds to Edinburgh Castle

UK 1

Brexiteers’ ‘provocative’ for undermining Northern Ireland peace deal

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The way we talk about alcohol doesn't convey the damage that it can do (Picture: PA)

Kevan Christie: It can cause sickness and death, but we love it

Opinion 1
How much do we value journalism that we will pay for it online, asks Duffy.

COMMENT: Jim Duffy looks at beating the paywall barrier – through choice

Opinion 2

Bill Jamieson: I’ve found two antidotes to our cult of unhappiness

Opinion 6

Kenny MacAskill: Income tax is not where real money is

Opinion 421
The shortlisted finalists ' from a range of businesses large and small ' are all hoping to get their hands on a Knowledge Exchange Awards trophy

Laura Goodfellow: A celebration of partnerships between industry and academia

Opinion
Dr Robert Hairstans, Associate Professor in Edinburgh Napier University's School of Engineering and the Built Environment

Dr Robert Hairstans: We’re building something new for construction by working together

Opinion
A European Union supporter demonstrates outside the Westminster Parliament; could he remain a European citizen after Brexit? (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Adrienne Yong: The court case that could change the face of Brexit

Opinion 4

Leader comment: Don’t be a literary wimp

Opinion

Leader comment: Rapists should get criminal, not civil, justice

Opinion

Sam Scott: Active Communities Team gets moving on ways to help people with dementia stay active

Opinion

Jim Hume: Mind your mental health – how the problem is being tackled in rural communities

Opinion

SNP calls on Theresa May to step up response to Syria bombardment

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US President Donald Trump (L)  shakes hand with Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting survivors Carson Abt (C) and Ariana Klein at the conclusion of a listening session at the White House. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Donald Trump endorses giving teachers concealed guns to stop shooters

World 2

Bill Jamieson: I’ve found two antidotes to our cult of unhappiness

Opinion 6

Evangelist American pastor Billy Graham dies aged 99

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Dust storm covers Australian town in orange fog

News 1

Leader comment: Corbyn should make public his secret Stasi file

Opinion 33

Ruth Davidson: The Scots restoring our faith in charity

Opinion 4

Irn Bru issue apology over controversial new advert

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Louise Reay Louise Beamont (far right'') is being sued by her ex-husband. Picture: submitted

Ex-husband sues comedian for £30k over Edinburgh Fringe jokes

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The shortlisted finalists ' from a range of businesses large and small ' are all hoping to get their hands on a Knowledge Exchange Awards trophy

Laura Goodfellow: A celebration of partnerships between industry and academia

Opinion
Dr Robert Hairstans, Associate Professor in Edinburgh Napier University's School of Engineering and the Built Environment

Dr Robert Hairstans: We’re building something new for construction by working together

Opinion
New Edinburgh Leisure project will target people with dementia

Sam Scott: Active Communities Team gets moving on ways to help people with dementia stay active

Opinion
Lord Sutherland of Houndwood

Obituary: Lord Sutherland of Houndwood, academic, philosopher and architect of Scotland’s free personal care system

Obituaries
Robin Morris

Obituary: Robin Morris, sportsman, journalist and community activist

Obituaries
Prof Ian Cunningham

Obituary: Prof Ian Cunningham CBE, inspirational leader of rural research in Scotland

Obituaries
Lady Joan Reid

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

Obituaries

Stormzy edges out Ed Sheeran to claim first Brit award

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Comedian Lousie Beamont

Comic being sued by ex-husband for Edinburgh Fringe marriage routine

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Morrissey was performing at the SSE Hydro. Picture: Contributed

Morrissey jibe at Nicola Sturgeon met with boos at Scottish gig

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

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

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

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

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