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Mhairi Black among SNP targets in Labour hospitals campaign blitz

Politics
Criminals could be barred from entering Scotland's cities such as Aberdeen.

GPS tags could bar criminals from Scottish cities

Politics

In pictures: The last time Scotland beat England in the Six Nations

Six Nations

Award-winning restaurant to introduce £50 charge for no-show diners

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Ruth Davidson’s Conservatives bid to become next Scottish Government

Politics

MSPs ‘do not have confidence’ in Scottish Police Authority

Politics

Edinburgh and Glasgow house prices set to soar

Politics

Teacher numbers to be hit as councils examine budgets

Education
Lib Dem Party leader Vince Cable. Picture: SWNS

Vince Cable urges SNP to back second referendum on Brexit

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

Darren McGarvey
Mhairi Black. Picture: Jane Barlow

Mhairi Black among SNP targets in Labour hospitals campaign blitz

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David Mundell backs Scottish Tory MPs over 'hard Brexit' letter

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Barnaby Joyce. Picture: AP

Australian deputy PM resigns from key role sex harassment claims

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Ruth Davidson: Picture: Toby Williams

Ruth Davidson’s Conservatives bid to become next Scottish Government

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Edinburgh and Glasgow house prices set to soar

Politics 9
Criminals could be barred from entering Scotland's cities such as Aberdeen.

GPS tags could bar criminals from Scottish cities

Politics 10
Picture: John Devlin

Violent crime increases despite fall in murders and serious assaults

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MSPs ‘do not have confidence’ in Scottish Police Authority

Politics 6

Teacher numbers to be hit as councils examine budgets

Education 24

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

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Cabinet bid for Brexit unity bid runs into trouble

Politics 17
A standard class carriage in ScotRail's new Class 385 electric trains. Picture: ScotRail

Alastair Dalton: Delayed new trains spell more pain before gain

Opinion
British Transport Police have removed the trespasser

Naked man brings trains to a halt at Edinburgh Waverley

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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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Scotland’s weather: Snow warning as ‘beast from the East’ hits

News 18

Motorist damages car in Highlands in ‘bath’ sized pothole

Transport 10

Brexit poses ‘significant’ questions for Scotland’s ports

Politics 27

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

Lifestyle 4
Oxgangs Primary School has previously been in the news when an outdoor wall facade gave way, Picture: Ian Georgeson

Urgent safety review after Edinburgh school’s ceiling collapses

Education 2
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Teacher numbers to be hit as councils examine budgets

Education 24
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 56
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 36

Sinéad Rhodes: Headlines can keep you informed – but we can help you drill down into the latest research

Opinion

Call for Scots student charges to be considered in UK funding review

Education 8

University of Edinburgh students demand lecture strike compensation

News 58

Scotland needs more ethnic minority head teachers, says Sarwar

Politics 289
Nathan Berrie, John Muir Trust Land Manager

Nathan Berrie: In this Year of Young People, let’s get them into the great outdoors

Opinion 1
Dr Peter Wilkie doing fieldwork in a Malaysian rainforest

Dr Peter Wilkie: Botanic Garden fighting to save the rainforest from the scorched earth of human activity

Opinion 1

Islanders’ bid to buy home of World Stone Skimming Championship

Environment 1
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 8

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

News 2

New green energy deal to help ease fuel poverty

News 5

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

Environment 12
40 per cent of UK employees say they have experienced disrespectful or humiliating behaviour at work

Bullying and harassment in the workplace: Know your rights

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Mhairi Black. Picture: Jane Barlow

Mhairi Black among SNP targets in Labour hospitals campaign blitz

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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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A mother complained to a council watchdog after her child needed hospital treatment for sunburn after returning from a school trip abroad. Picture Picturebay/freeimage

Scots council forced to apologise after pupil sunburnt on school trip

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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 3
The inhalers. Picture: MHRA

Thousands of asthma inhalers recalled in safety scare

News 3
St John's Hospital in Livingston

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

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Stretchable health sensor to improve monitoring of chronic conditions

Tech

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

Opinion

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

News

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

Opinion

David Mundell backs Scottish Tory MPs over 'hard Brexit' letter

Politics 120

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

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Cabinet bid for Brexit unity bid runs into trouble

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Nicola Sturgeon and Scots justice in dock after killer freed

Politics 271

Stephen Fry reveals cancer diagnosis for first time

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Nathan Berrie: In this Year of Young People, let’s get them into the great outdoors

Opinion 1
A standard class carriage in ScotRail's new Class 385 electric trains. Picture: ScotRail

Alastair Dalton: Delayed new trains spell more pain before gain

Opinion
Nathan Berrie, John Muir Trust Land Manager

Nathan Berrie: In this Year of Young People, let’s get them into the great outdoors

Opinion 1
Brian Wilson has been to St Petersburg many times for art, politics and football Picture: Getty Images

Brian Wilson: Don’t believe everything you hear about Russia’s McMafia

Opinion 7
Dr Peter Wilkie doing fieldwork in a Malaysian rainforest

Dr Peter Wilkie: Botanic Garden fighting to save the rainforest from the scorched earth of human activity

Opinion 1
The play Abigail's Party satirises 1970s dinner parties, although the title character, a 15-year-old girl having her first party next door, never appears (Picture: Nobby Clark)

Jim Duffy: This is why dinner parties are dying out

Opinion 1

Leader comment: Police Scotland in the dock again

Opinion 1
Police in East London Street in Edinburgh's New Town where a homeless man died after a bitterly cold night (Picture: Lisa Ferguson)

Leader comment: Here’s why ending rough sleeping is a moral imperative

Opinion 21

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

Opinion 3

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

Opinion 8

Kenny MacAskill: Income tax is not where real money is

Opinion 443

Laura Goodfellow: A celebration of partnerships between industry and academia

Opinion
Barnaby Joyce. Picture: AP

Australian deputy PM resigns from key role sex harassment claims

World
U.S. President Donald Trump. Picture: Getty

Teachers return to scene of mass shooting as Donald Trump firms stance

World
Brian Wilson has been to St Petersburg many times for art, politics and football Picture: Getty Images

Brian Wilson: Don’t believe everything you hear about Russia’s McMafia

Opinion 7
Dr Peter Wilkie doing fieldwork in a Malaysian rainforest

Dr Peter Wilkie: Botanic Garden fighting to save the rainforest from the scorched earth of human activity

Opinion 1

Donald Trump endorses giving teachers concealed guns to stop shooters

World 38

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

Opinion 8

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

Politics 75

Evangelist American pastor Billy Graham dies aged 99

News 1
The Blue Cheese egg. Picture: Asda.

Asda divide opinion after launching Easter Egg made of cheese

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Irn Bru issue apology over controversial new advert

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Nathan Berrie, John Muir Trust Land Manager

Nathan Berrie: In this Year of Young People, let’s get them into the great outdoors

Opinion 1
Dr Peter Wilkie doing fieldwork in a Malaysian rainforest

Dr Peter Wilkie: Botanic Garden fighting to save the rainforest from the scorched earth of human activity

Opinion 1
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
Christian evangelist Rev Billy Graham has died at the age of 99. Picture: AP

Obituary: Rev Billy Graham, charismatic preacher who counselled US presidents

Obituaries
Bob Thomson has died at the age of 64

Obituary: Robert Thomson, hard-working journalist much-admired in many Scottish newsrooms

Lifestyle
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

Stormzy edges out Ed Sheeran to claim first Brit award

News
Comedian Lousie Beamont

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

News
Morrissey was performing at the SSE Hydro. Picture: Contributed

Morrissey jibe at Nicola Sturgeon met with boos at Scottish gig

Music 380
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

Lifestyle