Issues

Issues

Edinburgh branded ‘too posh’ for Monopoly’s Old Kent Road

Lifestyle 2

Tourist tax ‘would not deter visitors to Edinburgh’

News

Scots writers protest against Richard Branson’s Edinburgh hotel plans

News 7
Last year's Best Dining Experience winners Roy Brett and Colin Hart of restaurant Ondine. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Scotsman Food and Drink Awards to return for second year

Retail

Optimism returns to North Sea energy sector as ‘corner turned’

Energy
Ben van Bilderbeek's smart technology has helped Plexus strike new deals and diversify. Picture: VisMedia

The Big Interview: Plexus Holdings boss Ben van Bilderbeek

Energy
Adopting the plug and play concept in oil and gas could significantly reduce the cost of developing marginal fields

Innovation could unlock 3.4bn barrels of oil around the UK

Tech 2

Comment: North Sea troubles have been good for tech sector

Tech 4

Young Shetlanders to study life on Britain's most northerly island for new stage show

Lifestyle
Education Secretary John Swinney has announced the new minimum Scottish school clothing grant

Scotland school clothing grant of £100 to relieve family pressure

News 7
Evelyn Glennie is among a number of high profile supporters of the Save Our Strings campaign.

Parents opt for musical instrument charging to save strings in West Lothian

Education

Scots-Gaelic railway map uncovers meaning of station names

Lifestyle 19
Deputy First Minister John Swinney said he was open to rethinking the tests for primary one pupils (Picture: PA)

Leader comment: Testing P1 pupils must be stopped if it is ‘abuse’

Opinion 1

Link between alcohol and faulty genes causes heart problems

News 1
Hundreds of thousands of pounds have been raised to Weir's campaign to improve MND research. Picture: Contributed

Special ball raises £300k to support Doddie Weir MND cause

News 1
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 42
Cancer scientist Dr Zuzana Brabcova, left, who had radiotherapy and chemotherapy for cervical cancer diagnosed in 2016, and nurse Gaynor Williams-Hamilton, who survived breast cancer, were the VIP starters for the Race for Life at Glasgow Green yesterday. More than 7,000 women took part in the Cancer Research UK event. Picture: contributed

May backs AI research to cut cancer death toll by 22,000 within 15 years

Politics
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