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Gaelic dictionary project handed extra £2.5m funding ten years after work began

Politics

Scots drivers ‘fill gaps’ in council budgets as parking charges top £70m

Politics
The use of food banks in Scotland has hit a record high after soaring by 17 per cent.

Use of food banks in Scotland hits record high

Politics
Brexit has already caused "substantial damage" to the UK's system of devolution, a new report claims.

Brexit has ‘deepened divisions’ in Scotland and Northern Ireland

Politics

First pictures of new royal baby as Duke and Duchess leave hospital

News

Nine dead and 16 injured in Toronto after van hits pedestrians

World

Body found in search for missing Liam Colgan

News

Rosyth to Zeebrugge ferry service axed

Business

Dani Garavelli: Time has come, but Ruth doesn’t realise it

Dutch campaign for Scottish independence prepares for rally

Politics 111
Glasgow Cathcart MSP James Dornan. Picture: John Devlin.

SNP MSP says he ‘truly despises’ being part of the UK

Politics
Brexit has already caused "substantial damage" to the UK's system of devolution, a new report claims.

Brexit has ‘deepened divisions’ in Scotland and Northern Ireland

Politics 22
The use of food banks in Scotland has hit a record high after soaring by 17 per cent.

Use of food banks in Scotland hits record high

Politics 18

Scots drivers ‘fill gaps’ in council budgets as parking charges top £70m

Politics
Amber Rudd has faced calls to resign (Picture: PA)

Leader comment: Wrong to ‘despise’ the UK over Windrush scandal

Opinion 2
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford was left in the dark of his party's meeting with Cambridge Analytica

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Scottish MPs being sidelined by their own parties

Opinion 2

Leader comment: Drivers are no cash cow for councils

Opinion 1

Gaelic dictionary project handed extra £2.5m funding ten years after work began

Politics 132

Brexit ‘power grab’ talks into injury time

Politics 5

New Scotland-Malawi agreement reached

News 4

Scots drivers ‘fill gaps’ in council budgets as parking charges top £70m

Politics
A fleet of stand-in trains will help ease a ScotRail carriage shortage crisis on the main Edinburgh-Glasgow line. Picture: Adam Reid

New ScotRail trains to ease crush on Edinburgh-Glasgow line

Transport 91
Henry Ford With His Model T. Picture: Getty Images

Black close to becoming Britain’s favourite car colour

Transport 3
There are concerns about loss of expertise when it comes to policing railways. Photograph: John Devlin

Tories call for Scottish rail policing merger to be scrapped

Politics 133

Germany-USA flight declares emergency over Scotland

Transport 15

Widespread CalMac disruption to last till end of May

Transport 5

School lunches: All Edinburgh primary schools to partake in Meat Free Mondays

News
Children from Flora Stevenson Primary School in Orchard Brae, Edinburgh. Picture: Toby Williams

Millions of UK children worry about air pollution near school

Environment 30
Dave Gornall and his daughter Abby. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Youth bands and orchestras at mercy of council cuts

Music 49

Testing P1 pupils causes ‘tantamount to abuse’, say education campaigners

Education 49
The child was stuck in the elevator at the Glasgow Science Centre

Boy trapped in escalator on school trip after shoe ‘gets stuck’

News
There is still a stark gender divide among students in Scotland when it comes to choice of courses

Women pick medicine in Scottish university gender divide

Education 4

Most and least popular first degrees in Scotland revealed

Education 3

Claim ‘school isn’t free’ as pupils miss out on subjects due to costs

Education 130

Leader comment: The scandal of state school fees

Opinion 4

Graduates urged to see HR in a new light

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A pod of orcas, usually seen around Shetland, was spotted in the Clyde near Gourock on Saturday. ''Picture: Keith Hodgins/PA

Ilona Amos: You don’t need your own yacht to spot sea life – take a ferry

Opinion
Children from Flora Stevenson Primary School in Orchard Brae, Edinburgh. Picture: Toby Williams

Millions of UK children worry about air pollution near school

Environment 30
A killer whale, one of a pod of orcas spotted in the River Clyde near Dunoon. Picture: Keith Hodgins/PA Wire

Wildlife spotters camp out on Clyde coast for killer whale return

News

Overfishing and Beast from the East blamed for sea bird deaths

News 2

Brexit fears as migration into Scotland falls after EU vote

Politics 298
David Seath collapsed and died three miles short of the finish line in 2016.

Brother of dead marathon runner issues safety warning

UK
Any caffeine exposure was associated with youngsters having a higher risk of being overweight before starting school. Picture: iStock

High caffeine levels in womb linked to overweight children

News
A majority of Scots would be willing to provide a blood sample to form part of a UK-wide national DNA database aimed at improving medical research, according to a new poll.

Poll: Majority of Scots back national DNA database

UK
The golden rule is to opt for plain yoghurt as a starting point. Picture: TSPL

Revealed: The ‘healthy’ yoghurts containing almost five sugar cubes in one pot

Health
The London Marathon

Masterchef star dies after collapsing during London Marathon

UK 8
Katie Price, 39, had vowed to finish the London Marathon even if she had to crawl over the line, but did not make the end of today's race

Katie Price fires back after failing to finish London Marathon

News 2
Monty Phillips, 49, slept in a grit bin overnight in Paisely after her ferry service was cancelled

Scots carer slept in grit bin overnight after ferry cancelled

Paisley 2

Cervical cancer awareness campaign to tour Scotland in summer

News 1

Mountain biker finds his own path in fight with MS

Health

Drinking gin and tonic could help reduce hay fever symptoms

Lifestyle 2

Scots urged to ask these 5 questions to GPs

News 112
David Seath collapsed and died three miles short of the finish line in 2016.

Brother of dead marathon runner issues safety warning

UK
Any caffeine exposure was associated with youngsters having a higher risk of being overweight before starting school. Picture: iStock

High caffeine levels in womb linked to overweight children

News
A majority of Scots would be willing to provide a blood sample to form part of a UK-wide national DNA database aimed at improving medical research, according to a new poll.

Poll: Majority of Scots back national DNA database

UK
Kendrick Lamar has produced a mind-blowing body of work and is worthy of his Pulitzer Prize (Picture: Getty)

Darren McGarvey: The cocksure knuckledraggers who still dismiss rap

Opinion

Aidan Smith: May must be only person in UK who liked Queen’s party

Opinion

Leader comment: Wrong to ‘despise’ the UK over Windrush scandal

Opinion 2

Gaelic dictionary project handed extra £2.5m funding ten years after work began

Politics 132

Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to baby boy

UK 119
John McLellan is director of the Scottish Newspaper Society. Picture: Contributed

John McLellan comment: Ofcom must keep close eye on BBC’s recruitment intentions

Media & Leisure
Alister Gray, founder of The Mindful Talent. Picture: Contributed

Comment: Never underestimate intuition in business world

Companies
Self-driving cars are one of the most obvious applications for artificial intelligence technology. Picture: Contributed

Comment: Harnessing AI has big potential for smaller firms

Opinion 1

Comment: Nurturing the next generation of ‘intrapreneurs’

Opinion
SCIAF WEE BOX Bishop William Nolan and Alistair Dutton with pupils from St Joseph's Academy Kilmarnock. Thursday 8th Feb 2018 Photo by Paul Mc Sherry SCIAF

Alistair Dutton: A WEE BOX makes a BIG difference for families in poverty

Opinion
Fiona Hutchison, Sector Engagement Executive for Tourism, Interface

Fiona Hutchison: Let’s work togetether to offer tourists the best of Scotland

Opinion
A pod of orcas, usually seen around Shetland, was spotted in the Clyde near Gourock on Saturday. ''Picture: Keith Hodgins/PA

Ilona Amos: You don’t need your own yacht to spot sea life – take a ferry

Opinion

Darren McGarvey: The cocksure knuckledraggers who still dismiss rap

Opinion

Aidan Smith: May must be only person in UK who liked Queen’s party

Opinion

Leader comment: Wrong to ‘despise’ the UK over Windrush scandal

Opinion 2

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Scottish MPs being sidelined by their own parties

Opinion 2

Dutch campaign for Scottish independence prepares for rally

Politics 111
Kendrick Lamar has produced a mind-blowing body of work and is worthy of his Pulitzer Prize (Picture: Getty)

Darren McGarvey: The cocksure knuckledraggers who still dismiss rap

Opinion
Law enforcement and first responders on scene at Yonge St, Toronto. Picture: Getty Images

Nine dead and 16 injured in Toronto after van hits pedestrians

World 14

Costa Rica boss to Brendan Rodgers: Please play Cristian Gamboa for Celtic

Celtic

Online trolls abuse Games marathon winner for not helping Hawkins

News 15

Olympic diver Tom Daley to take gay rights campaign to Russia

News 5

At least four Britons killed in Saudi Arabia coach crash

News 5

Germany-USA flight declares emergency over Scotland

Transport 15

Drinking gin and tonic could help reduce hay fever symptoms

Lifestyle 2

Drilling ship called to help search for Scots boys’ pirate ship

Odd

PETA ask Council for permission to place plaque ‘in memory of cows’ at slaughterhouse site

News 6

Here’s how you can get 25% more Tesco Clubcard points for the entire year

News 1
SCIAF WEE BOX Bishop William Nolan and Alistair Dutton with pupils from St Joseph's Academy Kilmarnock. Thursday 8th Feb 2018 Photo by Paul Mc Sherry SCIAF

Alistair Dutton: A WEE BOX makes a BIG difference for families in poverty

Opinion
Fiona Hutchison, Sector Engagement Executive for Tourism, Interface

Fiona Hutchison: Let’s work togetether to offer tourists the best of Scotland

Opinion
Technology is advancing rapidly, but at least Dr Who's Cybermen haven't invaded - yet. Picture: BBC/PA

Kirsty Yuill: Technology is changing the insurance landscape

News 2
Fergus Anckorn in 2008 (Picture: Julie Summers)

Obituary: Fergus Anckorn, ‘the Conjuror on the Kwai’ whose talent kept up morale and saved lives

Obituaries 1
Artist Mary Maclean

Obituary: Mary Maclean, artist, lecturer, Outside Architecture founding member

Obituaries
Popular TV presenter Dale Winton (Picture: David Giles/PA Wire)

Obituary: Dale Winton: Broadcaster and game show host

Obituaries
Liz McNab with John Smith (Picture: Hamish Campbell)

Obituary: Liz Macnab, political campaigner whose enthusiasm for life made her friends everywhere

Obituaries

Security for royal wedding cost more than £6 million

News 29
MoneySavingExpert founder Martin Lewis has taken his battle against Facebook to the High Court

MoneySavingExpert’s Martin Lewis in legal fight against Facebook

Lifestyle 5
Katie Price, 39, had vowed to finish the London Marathon even if she had to crawl over the line, but did not make the end of today's race

Katie Price fires back after failing to finish London Marathon

News 2
Actor Verne Troyer, best known for his role as Mini-Me in the "Austin Powers" movies, has died. Picture: Getty

Verne Troyer, actor, dead at 49: Mike Myers leads tributes

Lifestyle 1

Tributes paid to ‘well-loved’ Dale Winton as TV star dies aged 62

Lifestyle
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