SNP call on Ruth Davidson to apologise over fishing ‘sell-out’

Politics 353

Fishing industry's anger as UK and EU strike Brexit transition deal

Politics 485
Barriers hold back �4.3 billion potential Scottish business growth. Picture: PA Wire

Barriers hold back £4.3bn in potential Scottish business growth

The Fintech revolution and data scientists are exploring ways to work together

Emma Newlands: Using data to drive concepts with social purpose

Imogen Russon-Taylor is to officially launch Edinburgh-based Kingdom Scotland next month. Photograph: Ian Georgeson

First Scots fragrance house hopes to savour sweet smell of success


Scottish exports soar by nearly one fifth in UK high

Energy 189
Leading industry figure Sir Ian Wood produced a report on maximising yield in the North Sea in 2014. Picture: TSPL

Oil and gas production forecast to be 2.8bn barrels higher

News 32
The Lancaster discovery was a welcome boost for the North Sea energy sector. Picture: PA

Giant Shetland oil field to begin production next year

Energy 225

SNP calls for North Sea oil tax revenues to be reinvested in Scotland

Energy 374

10 words you’ll only know if you went to school in Scotland

News 12
Ramsay McGhee, depute grand master of the Grand Lodge of Scotland. Photograph: Graham Hunter

Masons turn to students in bid to boost membership

News 17
Pupils in Scottish schools are routinely challenging the authority of teachers.

Low level disruption – the new ‘norm’ blighting our schools

Education 41
Teacher training places will be offered to college students.

Students used to ‘solve’ teaching crisis in Scotland

Education 222
College students could be offered teacher training places to tackle Scotland's teacher recruitment shortage. PICTURE:  JANE BARLOW

College students could “solve” teacher shortage crisis

Education 6

Half of Scotland’s restricted patient GP surgeries are in Lothians

Health 8
Karen Gray with son Murray, who is in hospital due to his seizures, Picture: Ian Georgeson

Mum’s plea for cannabis on NHS to treat her son’s epilepsy

News 2
Karen Gray, with her son Murray, five, is campaigning for cannabis-based medicines to be made available in Scotland and the UK (Picture: Ian Georgeson)

Leader comment: Time to allow medicines made from cannabis

Opinion 8
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and The Royal Hospital for Sick Kids in Glasgow. Picture: Emma Mitchell

Bacteria found in water supply at Glasgow children’s hospital

News 15
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