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SNP depute leader favourite: indyref2 could be set for April 2019

Politics

Brexit fears as migration into Scotland falls after EU vote

Politics
A new Gaelic school has opened in Portree, the largest town on Isle of Skye. Picture: Donald MacLeod

Row over £10m Gaelic school opening on Isle of Skye

Education
Margo MacDonald led previous bids to change the law. Picture: Esme Allen

Fresh bid to legalise assisted suicide for the dying in Scotland

Politics

EU ‘annihilates’ Theresa May’s plan to avoid hard Irish border

Politics

Catholics to outnumber Protestants in Northern Ireland by 2021

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Willie Rennie slams government over perinatal mental health

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MSPs back safe room for addicts in Glasgow to take drugs

Politics

Heatwave over: Scotland set for sub zero temperatures

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Sir Anton Muscatelli: Britain needs a Brexit reality check

A new Gaelic school has opened in Portree, the largest town on Isle of Skye. Picture: Donald MacLeod

Row over £10m Gaelic school opening on Isle of Skye

Education

EU ‘annihilates’ Theresa May’s plan to avoid hard Irish border

Politics 79

Brexit fears as migration into Scotland falls after EU vote

Politics 272
The formal opening of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) at Buckingham Palace (Picture: Getty)

Brian Wilson: Windrush scandal echoes Scots’ slave trade shame

Opinion 87

Queen asks Commonwealth to put Prince Charles in charge

Politics 22

Michael Gove insists UK is liberal and welcoming as Windrush anger grows

Politics 27

SNP depute leader favourite: indyref2 could be set for April 2019

Politics 2

Fresh bid to legalise assisted suicide for the dying in Scotland

Politics 13

Letters: Not just Windrush generation who fall foul of UK authorities

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Catholics to outnumber Protestants in Northern Ireland by 2021

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FMQs: Sturgeon won't name SNP consultant who met Cambridge Analytica

Politics 468
Norwegian Air has blamed air taxes in halting two of its three US routes from Edinburgh. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Alastair Dalton: Airlines still expanding despite their tax moans

Opinion 1

Leith councillor launches campaign against tram extension

Transport 1

Record year for air passengers at Highlands and Islands airports

Transport 1

Vehicle fire on M8 at Livingston adds to rush hour delays

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Partially-sighted woman verbally abused on train from Edinburgh

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ScotRail probe claims driver was asleep as train reached Edinburgh

Transport 5

Aberdeen-built island lifeline steers new course against pirates

Transport 4
A new Gaelic school has opened in Portree, the largest town on Isle of Skye. Picture: Donald MacLeod

Row over £10m Gaelic school opening on Isle of Skye

Education
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 2
The child was stuck in the elevator at the Glasgow Science Centre

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

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Students in Scotland are choosing certain degrees above others.

Most and least popular first degrees in Scotland revealed

Education 2

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

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State school education should be free for all (Picture: Getty)

Leader comment: The scandal of state school fees

Opinion 3
Professor Tom Baum

Graduates urged to see HR in a new light

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Bound to succeed – getting youngsters and employers outdoors together

Opinion

The robot teacher aimed at primary aged kids

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Rates hike for private school nurseries ‘is discrimination’

Politics 12

Scots colleges face £360m repair bill to lift campus standards

Politics 13

Brexit fears as migration into Scotland falls after EU vote

Politics 273
Scots-born John Muir was a tireless campaigner for the preservation of wild spaces in the United States and his legacy lives in on the hundreds of articles and books he wrote in his lifetime

Peter Pearson: John Muir’s ways more important than ever

Opinion 1
Jacob Whitson, from Chaos Fungorum, said: 'Mycorrhizal fungi are one of our greatest allies for reforesting degraded landscapes'

‘Magic’ mushrooms to boost Caledonian Forest restoration

Environment 2
Scotland's population continues to grow. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Scotland’s population rises for the eighth year running

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Charlotte Johnson: Botanics pushes the boat out with shoreline exhibition

Opinion

Green MSP calls for UK Government to revisit onshore wind subsidy

Politics 43

Leader comment: Why shooting estates should fear eagle disappearances

Opinion 13

Report finds offshore wind turbines not as dangerous for seabirds as thought

Environment 11
Margo MacDonald led previous bids to change the law. Picture: Esme Allen

Fresh bid to legalise assisted suicide for the dying in Scotland

Politics 13
MSPs have backed a call to change the law.

MSPs back safe room for addicts in Glasgow to take drugs

Politics 17
Willie Rennie. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Willie Rennie slams government over perinatal mental health

News 14
If you want to be like John Travolta on the dancefloor, you are probably old

Jim Duffy: The seven top signs you are getting old

Opinion
The research assesses brain deterioration.

‘Brain health index’ can predict the aftermath of having a stroke

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A fancy dress runner.  (AP Photo/Tim Ireland, file)

Fancy dress runners urged to reconsider ahead of ‘hottest Marathon’ ever

UK
Drug consumption in Scotland remains substantial by European standards but hard facts on usage are scarce

What is the value of the illegal drugs market in Scotland?

News 12

Report reveals ‘extremely murky goings-on’ at NHS Highland

News 14

Holyrood urged to back safe drug injection room in Glasgow

Health 30

Kevan Christie: Why we should stop running marathons

Opinion 5

Petition for medicinal cannabis to be handed into Downing Street

News 6

EU ‘annihilates’ Theresa May’s plan to avoid hard Irish border

Politics 79
Scots-born John Muir was a tireless campaigner for the preservation of wild spaces in the United States and his legacy lives in on the hundreds of articles and books he wrote in his lifetime

Peter Pearson: John Muir’s ways more important than ever

Opinion 1
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (left) and EU Council President Donald Tusk are all smiles as they sign the CETA trade deal; it remains to be seen if the UK will reach such an amicable settlement (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Sir Anton Muscatelli: Britain needs a Brexit reality check

Opinion 11

Charlotte Johnson: Botanics pushes the boat out with shoreline exhibition

Opinion

Jim Duffy: The seven top signs you are getting old

Opinion

Fancy dress runners urged to reconsider ahead of ‘hottest Marathon’ ever

UK

Kevan Christie: Why we should stop running marathons

Opinion 5
Norwegian Air has blamed air taxes in halting two of its three US routes from Edinburgh. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Alastair Dalton: Airlines still expanding despite their tax moans

Opinion 1
The formal opening of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) at Buckingham Palace (Picture: Getty)

Brian Wilson: Windrush scandal echoes Scots’ slave trade shame

Opinion 87

Letters: Not just Windrush generation who fall foul of UK authorities

Your Say
Scots-born John Muir was a tireless campaigner for the preservation of wild spaces in the United States and his legacy lives in on the hundreds of articles and books he wrote in his lifetime

Peter Pearson: John Muir’s ways more important than ever

Opinion 1
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (left) and EU Council President Donald Tusk are all smiles as they sign the CETA trade deal; it remains to be seen if the UK will reach such an amicable settlement (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Sir Anton Muscatelli: Britain needs a Brexit reality check

Opinion 11
The shoreline at Granton

Charlotte Johnson: Botanics pushes the boat out with shoreline exhibition

Opinion
Juror Catherine Leahy was jailed at the High Court in Glasgow  for six years in the first prosecution of its kind in Scotland after she accepted a bribe. (Picture: PA)

Leader comment: Jury corruption is a threat to the rule of law

Opinion

Leader comment: The wonderful tales Scotland must tell

Opinion

Jim Duffy: The seven top signs you are getting old

Opinion

Jim Duffy comment: Millennials not starstruck by home ownership

Opinion 3

Oliver Davis: France could be heading for repeat of 1968 civil unrest

Opinion 2

Queen asks Commonwealth to put Prince Charles in charge

Politics 22
The president denies having any relationship with Stormy Daniels. Picture: AFP

Donald Trump retweets convicted Scottish forger in Stormy Daniels row

Politics 20
Ross Thomson, MP for Aberdeen South, who has been accused of "trivialising" the dictatorship of Saddam Hussein. Picture: Conservative Party/PA

Scots Tory MP accused of ‘trivialising’ dictatorship of Saddam Hussein

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Tweets on Salmond's programme "not from audience", Ofcom says

Politics 289

Russia considers banning Scotch whisky imports in diplomatic row

Politics 62

Former US First Lady Barbara Bush dies at 92

World

Andrew Hammond: Post-Brexit UK needs India’s cash – but issues with Modi still remain

Opinion 5

Passenger dies after engine ‘explodes’ on flight

World

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

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Lionel Richie shows his support for St Johnstone. Picture: Contributed

Lionel Richie shows support for St Johnstone ahead of Perth gig

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Scots-born John Muir was a tireless campaigner for the preservation of wild spaces in the United States and his legacy lives in on the hundreds of articles and books he wrote in his lifetime

Peter Pearson: John Muir’s ways more important than ever

Opinion 1
The shoreline at Granton

Charlotte Johnson: Botanics pushes the boat out with shoreline exhibition

Opinion
Professor Richard A. Williams, Principal of Heriot-Watt University

Richard Williams and Bob Keiller: We need to work together to deliver inclusive, innovation-led growth in Scotland

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

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

Obituaries
Former US first lady Barbara Bush has died at the age of 92. Picture: AP

Obituary: Barbara Bush, former First Lady, wife of one president, mother of another, literacy campaigner

Obituaries

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

Lifestyle
Julian Assange. Picture: Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty

Julian Assange subjected to torture, claims friend Pamela Anderson

Celebrity 26
Lionel Richie shows his support for St Johnstone. Picture: Contributed

Lionel Richie shows support for St Johnstone ahead of Perth gig

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Jeremy Clarkson urges Scots to forget about independence

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Ant McPartlin due in court over ‘drink-driving collision’

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