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Pigeon infection that killed two Glasgow hospital patients detected last month  A fungal infection linked to pigeon droppings that killed two patients at a Glasgow hospital was first detected last month.
Mother conceives baby through IVF and twins naturally - in the same week  A mum who struggled to fall pregnant for a decade had triplets after she conceived one baby through IVF and twins naturally - in the same week.
Hearts 1-0 Livingston: Clare fires Hearts into fifth round  Sean Clare’s first goal for Hearts edged them past Livingston and into the fifth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
Scottish Cup fifth-round draw: Auchinleck rewarded with Hearts tie | Highland derby | Old Firm face Prem foes  Non-league giant-killers Auchinleck Talbot have been rewarded with a tie away at Hearts in the William Hill Scottish ...
Scottish Cup fifth round draw: Home ties for Hearts and Hibs  Hearts and Hibs have both been drawn at home against lower-league opposition in the William Hill Scottish Cup fifth round.
Edinburgh rugby star begs: please let my grandparents stay in Scotland  AN Edinburgh Rugby player says he is “devastated” after his Iranian grandparents were told they must leave Scotland.
Marc Warren on course to extend Omega Dubai Desert Classic streak  Having already seen one proud streak broken in the UAE after missing out on the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship for the first time in 14 years, Marc Warren seems...
Indyref pressure mounts for Nicola Sturgeon as fresh splits emerge in SNP  Nicola Sturgeon is facing fresh pressure over a second independence referendum as growing splits emerged in the SNP today.
Richard Leonard: There needs to be a new approach on Brexit  Theresa May’s Brexit deal is dead, rejected by MPs on an unprecedented scale. We will find out tomorrow if the Prime Minister has finally accepted this when she...
Jamie Maclaren hints at Hibs exit and return to the A-League  Jamie Maclaren has hinted he could soon leave Hibs and return to the A-League.
Edinburgh lottery winner Jane Park in talks to appear on Love Island  Edinburgh lottery winner Jane Park is in talks to appear on the 2019 series of popular show Love Island.
Rumour Mill: Old Firm tug of war over attacker | next Celtic signing makes appearance | Rangers scout sent to watch striker  Rangers are set to battle it out with Celtic for the Wigan attacker Nick Powell, Andrew Gutman has...
Aidan Smith: Why Marcelo Bielsa should carry on spying  Football story of the week, maybe even the year already? If it merely concerned Argentine craziness I would be excited, but on top of that there’s the espionage element. A ...
Iain Morrison: Richard Cockerill is conservative but Edinburgh can be adventurous too  The first thing I did after getting home from Murrayfield late on Friday night was to log on to the Champions Cup website and confirm that...
Will Edinburgh and Glasgow Euro runs lead to Six Nations success?  Last week one English journalist asked the question which is on every Scot’s mind… does a good Champions Cup showing by the twin pro teams at least hint at an...
MisinfoConX event to combat fake news heads to Scotland  It has sprung up in cities such as Washington DC, Kiev, and London as a response to the growing scourge of disinformation and fake news.
Data sparks alert on investment in green projects  The Scottish Government should ramp up investment in environmentally friendly infrastructure projects in order to achieve its climate ambitions, according to opposition MSPs.
Pitchup predicts boom year for Scots bookings  A website specialising in booking campsites, “glamping” sites and caravan parks is expecting its biggest year yet in Scotland, where growth is outpacing that of the rest of its...
Edinburgh Airport boss pleads for tax cut to be cleared for take-off  The head of Scotland’s busiest airport has called on MSPs to be given an indicative vote to test support for a controversial air tax cut to boost flights.
The Big Interview: John Menzies chief executive Forsyth Black  John Menzies was established in 1833, when its 25-year-old eponymous founder left his London publishing job and opened a bookshop at 61 Princes Street in Edinburgh. ...
James Walker: On the trail of mystery payments and debits  Sometimes you have to put your money where your mouth is and take your own advice – which is why I sat down last weekend and went through my bank accounts, bills and...
Lights, camera, curriculum! Schools urged to teach film  With two new movie studios being planned for Scotland, pupils must start learning about the cinema industry to provide a homegrown workforce in the future, according to a ...
Six top tips to help first-time buyers get on the property ladder  This year is expected to be a particularly uncertain one for the housing market, which may be making first-time buyers feel somewhat nervous. However, research...
Poster advertising Edinburgh Zoo link with Guinness goes up for sale  An old poster advertising a tie-up between Edinburgh Zoo and beer brand Guinness is up for sale for £1,300.
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