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Claudia Cavalluzzo: Our world-beating universities lead the way in entrepreneurship  This week marks Global Entrepreneurship Week and a time to celebrate the three Is – innovation, inspiration and invention. Every country has a ...
Crowds are low but Chargers are running on a real high  Afew weeks back, the ?Chargers were ?outsiders looking at a long dark future of empty seats and ?mediocrity, yet after the weekend’s 20-6 win over Oakland Raiders are they ...
Henry McLeish: Scottish football and the road to ruin  My new book, Scottish Football – Requiem or Renaissance, sets out my life-long passion for the beautiful game, charts the rise and fall of the Scottish game, post war, and...
Donald allays tourism fears on Skye  The Isle of Skye is already famous for having some of Scotland’s most spectacular scenery, seafood and whisky. Now it is getting its own cartoon character to allay fears it is becoming...
More Scots commuter misery as train cancellations hit new high  The number of train services being cancelled on Scotland’s railways has reached a new high amid growing calls for services to be take into public hands.
Experts call for all rugby players to wear headguards as impact cut by 47%  Rugby players can almost halve the force transferred to their head during an impact and reduce the risk of concussion by wearing protective headgear, a ...
Parents of young woman who died in custody meet justice secretary  The parents of Katie Allan, who killed herself in Polmont Young Offenders’ Institution, are to call for an independent review of deaths in custody in Scottish...
Fewer dental check-ups puts lives at risk  A move to restrict dental check-ups to once every two years could put lives at risk, according to dentists.
Over half a million take part in the largest ever study of autism  Theories that suggest men have a natural tendency towards autism have been supported by a major study of over half a million people exploring psychological sex...
Dr Azeem Ibrahim: Where the far-right goes wrong about Pakistani paedophile gangs  Ethnicity does not seem to play a significant role in rates of child sex abuse despite recent high-profile cases involving men of Pakistani...
Jonny Hughes: Why eating the wrong type of biscuits is putting orang-utans in peril  You can find palm oil in around half the packaged products in your local supermarket – in instant noodles, pizza dough, lipstick, toothpaste,...
1,200 fewer Scots pupils learn musical instruments  Scotland has seen a fall in the number of children taking up music tuition in schools across the country for the first time on record after years of soaring charges.
Scotland assistant coach Matt Taylor on how to beat South Africa  Almost a year ago to the day defence coach Matt Taylor faced the media and, despite being involved with a Scotland Test victory, confessed to being an unhappy...
Three more years for Ryan Christie to win trophies at Celtic  Ryan Christie wants to rectify his status as an oddity at Celtic Park by winning a major honour with the club.
South Africa coach says Scotland just like a Super Rugby team  South Africa head coach Rassie Erasmus has warned his side that “Scotland like to attack from anywhere” ahead of Saturday’s much-anticipated Autumn Test.
First World War satire prompts Brexit warning  A political satire about the First World War being shown in Scotland and featuring a European cast could be the last of its sort because of Brexit, the German director has warned.
Alex Salmond harassment probe investigates alleged incidents at Edinburgh Airport  Police investigating sexual misconduct claims against Alex Salmond are looking into alleged incidents at Edinburgh Airport.
Scots braced for USA test but Kerr insists players have to learn  If the aim of every ambitious coach and player is to be tested against the best, opportunity will knock for Scotland at Paisley’s Simple Digital Arena tonight...
Craig Ross fighting hard in European Tour card battle  Craig Ross is on course to secure a Challenge Tour at worst next season after continuing to handle the pressure in the European Tour ?Qualifying School in Spain.
Martin Dempster: Loss of Carrick Knowe club is real shame  First Torphin Hill then Lothianburn and now Carrick Knowe. Three golf clubs in an around Edinburgh to cease operation in less than five years, four if you add in...
Martin Dempster: Dumbarnie Links looks like another gem for Fife  It’s not due to open until spring 2020 but a first glimpse of a new course that has been built on the Fife coast overlooking the Firth of Forth has certainly set ...
Josh Windass: Steven Gerrard wanted me to stay at Rangers  Former Rangers star Josh Windass has revealed that manager Steven Gerrard wanted him to stay at Ibrox, and that one of the main reasons he left was the derisory offer...
Teenage boy who died in Fife road crash named  A teenager who died in a car crash that left two others in a serious condition has been named.
Rum distillery in Livingston launching crowdfunding bid  A rum distillery in Livingston that launched last month is launching a crowdfunding campaign to raise at least £30,000 to help accelerate production.
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