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Scottish flu rate doubles for second week as A&E hits new low

News

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

Politics
More than 200 grit lorries work across Scotland. Picture: Michael Gillen

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

Transport

Six Nations: Uncapped quartet named in Scotland squad

Six Nations

Montrose man beat wife after wedding and then abused her for decades

Dundee & Tayside

Theresa May mocked over blue passport 'scam'

Politics

NHS Scotland pays £193m in compensation over five years

News

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

Scotsman Leader Comment

Scottish flu rate doubles for second week as A&E hits new low

News 22

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

Politics 126
Nicola Sturgeon speaking at the launch of an analysis paper on Scotland's future relationship with Europe, at the University of Edinburgh. Picture: PA

Nicola Sturgeon warns Scotland’s population could fall post-Brexit

News 204

NHS Scotland pays £193m in compensation over five years

News 51

Ruth Davidson says powers must return to Scotland in ‘new UK’

Politics 20

Poll: Voters ‘in the dark’ over Labour’s position on Brexit

Politics 21

NHS Lothian paid out almost £33m for medical mistakes

News

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

Opinion 324
More than 200 grit lorries work across Scotland. Picture: Michael Gillen

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

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

New Caledonian Sleeper trains delayed until October

Transport
An artist's impression of a proposed space port at Prestwick airport. Picture: Contributed

Scotland in ‘strong position’ to host first UK spaceport

Tech 9

One third of private car parks breach consumer laws

Transport

Probe finds Scots being ripped off by private parking firm fines

Transport

Blizzard like conditions cause delays to traffic on Scotland’s roads

Transport 6

Kincardine Bridge reopened after police incident

News 1
The S3 pupils during their lesson. Picture: Facebook

Scottish high school sparks debate over pheasant-butchering lesson

Education 34
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

Education 1
Third year maths university student to help out while school attempts to fill two vacancies.

Canadian teacher at Scottish school has visa fast-tracked

Education 8
Parents at Drummond Community High are concerned about plans to turn the school into a dedicated Gaelic education centre. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Gaelic plan for Edinburgh school branded ‘social cleansing’

Education 31

Scots schools sends unruly pupils back to primaries as punishment

Education 27
The number of students taking a computer science course in Scotland rose by nine per cent compared to 2015-16. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Rising number of Scots studying for full-time degrees

Education 18

Ruth Davidson: Time to end the chaos in the classroom

Opinion 62

Time to ‘reset’ curriculum for excellence, say Scots Tories

Education 26

Experienced maths teacher in England ‘told to retrain’ for Scots job

Education 439

Medal awarded to creators of refugees’ solar charger

Education 2

Scottish teachers threaten strike action to win pay rise

News 132
Picture: Getty

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

Environment 4
Flowering plants have evolved and spread to dominate the botanical kingdom - now scientists believe they know the secret to this success

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

Opinion 4
Incholm Abbey from the sea during sunset. Picture: TSPL

Climate change threatens historic landmarks across Scotland

Environment 12
Winter in the Highlands can be absolutely gorgeous

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

Opinion 1

Scottish high school sparks debate over pheasant-butchering lesson

Education 34

Cairngorms in bid to save rare plants from last ice age

Environment 2

Leader comment: The issue that’s uniting the Tories and the SNP

Opinion 28

Scottish flu rate doubles for second week as A&E hits new low

News 22
Picture: Getty

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

Environment 4

NHS Scotland pays £193m in compensation over five years

News 51
NHS Lothian was one of the top health boards for medical negligence pay outs

NHS Lothian paid out almost £33m for medical mistakes

News
Onions in bedsocks is not an effective cold remedy (Picture: SWNS)

Leader comment: The wisdom of ‘old wives’

Opinion 1
Some people believe that wearing socks with onions in them overnight can aid recovery from a cold. Picture: TSPL

The nation’s most popular medical myths revealed

News
John Swinney Deputy First Minister and Shona Robison Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport

Brian Monteith: Time the SNP stopped dodging NHS responsibilty

Opinion 101

Helen Martin: Oi! Scientists! Housework is just as strenuous as DIY

Opinion

‘Worrying number’ of adults drinking to cope with pressures

News 3

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

News 5

Poll: Voters ‘in the dark’ over Labour’s position on Brexit

Politics 21

Darren McGarvey: Carillion - giants of capitalism or scroungers?

Opinion 2
Charlie Steen, of Shame, on stage at the 29th Eurockeennes music festival near Belfort, eastern France. (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Aidan Smith: The second coming of punk is here

Opinion
Onions in bedsocks is not an effective cold remedy (Picture: SWNS)

Leader comment: The wisdom of ‘old wives’

Opinion 1

Helen Martin: Oi! Scientists! Housework is just as strenuous as DIY

Opinion

Toddler was sexually assaulted before death, coroner rules

UK

Ukip leader ends relationship with model amid racism row

UK 2

Darren McGarvey: Carillion - giants of capitalism or scroungers?

Opinion 2
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

Opinion
CIVIL ENGINEER NICOLA BERTRAM (23) WHO HAS JUST GOT HER FIRST JOB AS JUNIOR SITE ENGINEER ON THE VERSACE STORE AT FREEPORT LEISURE VILLAGE AT WESTWOOD, WEST CALDER. SHE WAS ONE OF ONLY 3 WOMEN ON HER COURSE AY NAPIER UNIVERSITY.

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

Opinion 3
Charlie Steen, of Shame, on stage at the 29th Eurockeennes music festival near Belfort, eastern France. (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Aidan Smith: The second coming of punk is here

Opinion
Flowering plants have evolved and spread to dominate the botanical kingdom - now scientists believe they know the secret to this success

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

Opinion 4
Nicola Sturgeon's concerns about immigration into Scotland should be shared by Theresa May (Picture: AFP/Getty)

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

Opinion 324
Onions in bedsocks is not an effective cold remedy (Picture: SWNS)

Leader comment: The wisdom of ‘old wives’

Opinion 1

Brian Monteith: Time the SNP stopped dodging NHS responsibilty

Opinion 101

Helen Martin: Oi! Scientists! Housework is just as strenuous as DIY

Opinion

Bill Jamieson: Onwards and upwards to 8,000 (while it lasts)

Business

Brian Ferguson: Scottish screen industry needs more than buzz words

Opinion
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

World
A push alert that warned of an incoming ballistic missile to Hawaii and sent residents into a full-blown panic was a mistake, state emergency officials said. Picture: George F. Lee /The Star-Advertiser via AP

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

World
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

World 2
Hawaii's largest island from the air. Picture: Wikimedia Commons.

Hawaii residents left terrified after false missile alert

News

Liam Neeson: Sexual harassment scandal has caused witch hunt

News 6

Leader comment: Some ‘fake’ news about Donald Trump

Opinion 16

Leader comment: The issue that’s uniting the Tories and the SNP

Opinion 28

Meryl Streep says Oprah Winfrey has the ‘qualities’ to become US president

News 33
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

World 2
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’

News 311
Kazuyoshi Miura in action. Picture: Getty

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

World 6
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

Retail 7
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

Opinion
CIVIL ENGINEER NICOLA BERTRAM (23) WHO HAS JUST GOT HER FIRST JOB AS JUNIOR SITE ENGINEER ON THE VERSACE STORE AT FREEPORT LEISURE VILLAGE AT WESTWOOD, WEST CALDER. SHE WAS ONE OF ONLY 3 WOMEN ON HER COURSE AY NAPIER UNIVERSITY.

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

Opinion 3
Jamie Watt is Partner and IP&T specialist, Harper Macleod LLP,

Jamie Watt: More regulation means doing better risk evaluation and more due diligence

Opinion
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

Obituaries
Prof Archie Duncan

Obituary: Prof Archie Duncan, eminent Scottish historian

Obituaries
Russell Leather

Obituary: Russell Leather, electrical engineer and chairman of the Gannochy Trust

Obituaries
Former Liverpool goalkeeper Tommy Lawrence. Picture: Allsport UK /Allsport

Obituary: Tommy Lawrence, goalkeeping stalwart of Bill Shankly’s great Liverpool side

Obituaries

Tributes after Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan dies

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

Lorraine Kelly snubbed Strictly Come Dancing offer

Celebrity
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

Football 4
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

News 1
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

Theatre 2