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Judy Murray to set up foundation to tackle obesity  Judy Murray is to set up a foundation in her own name to tackle obesity and encourage people to exercise more.
St Mirren could turn to Robbie Neilson to replace Jack Ross  Jack Ross is on the verge of completing a move to Sunderland after St Mirren “reluctantly” agreed to allow the manager hold talks with the Wearside club.
Douglas Laing raises glass to earnings  Family-owned Scotch whisky firm Douglas Laing has cheered a double-digit jump in annual profits.
Beyonce and Jay Z show at Hampden given go ahead  BEYONCE and Jay Z’s show at Hampden Park next month has been given the go ahead by Glasgow council officials.
Rory McIlroy looks to kick-start season at BMW PGA  Former champion Rory McIlroy hopes a second victory in the BMW PGA Championship can spark a repeat of the best season of his career.
Yulia Skripal: My recovery has been "slow and painful"  The daughter of a Russian double agent who was poisoned alongside her father has spoken of her "slow and extremely painful" recovery and her wish to...
Joe Root backs England debutant Dom Bess to shine  Joe Root has confidence in England’s young and old to deliver as Dom Bess prepares for his Lord’s debut and Alastair Cook tries to prove he is still a world-beating opener.
Islanders win fight against new contemporary home on Eigg  Residents of Eigg have won a campaign to stop a contemporary home being built on the island.
Kirk votes to keep investing in fossil fuels  Pleas for the Kirk to divest its money from oil and gas companies in two years time, or sooner, have been rejected at the 2018 General
No breakthrough yet in Brexit powers dispute, MSPs told  Theresa May’s de-facto deputy has failed to respond to an “urgent” call from Scottish ministers to come to Holyrood to try to end the dispute over Brexit powers.
Man makes third attempt to row solo from US to Scotland  An island adventurer has set off on his third attempt to row solo across the North Atlantic Ocean to his home in the Hebrides.
What the stats tell us about the 2017/2018 Ladbrokes Premiership season  Now the 2017/2018 Ladbrokes Premiership campaign is over and all the awards have been handed out, individual and collective, we can take stock of the...
Mapping the meaning behind Scottish railway station names  Railway stations can tell you a lot about a country, from its economic development to its population centres.
Film review: Solo - A Star Wars Story  As with the excellent Rogue One, the buzz around this Han Solo origins story has been terrible. The departure of original directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller (The Lego Movie)...
Alan Archibald to stay on as Partick Thistle boss despite relegation  Alan Archibald will be kept on by Partick Thistle despite the club’s relegation to the Scottish Championship last Sunday.
First look at Dundee V&A's waterfront restaurant and cafe  The first images of the restaurant and cafe which are being created for Dundee’s waterfront V&A museum have been revealed.
Scotland legend James McFadden in battle to avoid bankruptcy  SCOTLAND legend James McFadden is battling to avoid bankruptcy after being taken to court by the taxman over unpaid debts.
In pictures: A first look at the new £140m Macallan Distillery  Set to open in June, we recently took a trip to the innovative and exciting new Macallan distillery in Speyside.
Book review: West, by Carys Davies  The nation we call the United States of America looms so large in the collective imagination that it sometimes feels as if it must always have been there in its current form, immutable,...
Separate Scottish currency could cost as much as £300bn  A leading macroeconomist has warned that establishing a separate currency in an independent Scotland would need to raise billions in foreign exchange reserves to protect...
Man who stabbed pregnant girlfriend with machete jailed for six years  A man who stabbed his pregnant girlfriend with a machete and blamed her for the attack was jailed for six years today.
Sunshine on Leith to be released on limited edition green vinyl  HMV announce the second run of exclusive colour Vinyl Week pressings which will be available instore from Saturday 16th June.
Swinney reading to look again at Primary One testing regime  Education secretary John Swinney has indicated that he may rethink the testing regime for the youngest pupils in Scotland amid concerns from teachers.
In pictures: 8 luxurious country homes for sale in Scotland  Enjoy a quieter life in one of these beautiful, rural properties
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