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Outlander author Diana Gabaldon backs Sam Heughan for Bond  Author Diana Gabaldon has backed Outlander actor Sam Heughan as the new James Bond.
Ryanair to reverse Glasgow route cuts  Ryanair is to reverse its massive cuts from Glasgow, The Scotsman can reveal.
Storm Ali: Caravan with woman inside blown off cliff in Ireland  A caravan has blown off a cliff with a woman inside as high winds from Storm Ali batter Ireland as it heads towards Scotland.
Dermot Desmond 'signed Paddy McCourt for Celtic', player reveals  Parkhead cult hero Paddy McCourt has revealed that he was signed by Dermot Desmond, not Gordon Strachan.
Miller Homes builds up profits  Miller Homes has reported increased operating profits and a rise in the number of home completions in its interim results.
Storm Ali live: Amber warnings in place as 80mph winds threaten Scotland  Keep up with the latest on Storm Ali as it approaches Scotland.
HSBC announces £650m for Scottish SMEs  HSBC UK has upped its financial support for Scottish small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to £650 million, to help small firms grow and expand overseas.
Scots-backed firm launches chilled hemp milk product  A food brand that makes products from hemp seed and is backed by Inverleith LLP, the Edinburgh-based private equity house, has secured major supermarket listings for its...
Michael O'Neill hails Rangers' Kyle Lafferty for overcoming demons  Northern Ireland manager Michel O'Neill has praised Rangers striker Kyle Lafferty for battling his gambling addiction and reinventing himself as a...
Scotland's weather: Possible 90mph gusts as Storm Ali arrives on Scotland's west coast  Storm Ali has just arrived in the west of Scotland and is starting to sweep its way across the country - and gusts of between 80mph and...
Rumour Mill: Brendan Rodgers in surprise Ronny Deila claim | New deal for key Rangers man | Celtic fans effigies case deserted  Brendan Rodgers makes surprise Ronny Deila admission, new deal for key Rangers man and sheriff...
TV presenter Denis Norden dies aged 96  TV presenter and comedy writer Denis Norden has died aged 96, his family said.
Kate Williams: How Mary, Queen of Scots was betrayed  Mary Queen of Scots begged Elizabeth over and over to ‘Be as my sister’, sending the English Queen letter after letter.
Grieving son who lost mother to mesh set to meet health secretary  The son of the first woman in Scotland to have mesh listed as an underlying cause of death is to meet with health secretary Jeane Freeman tomorrow to discuss...
Yoghurts with highest sugar content are organic brands  Organic yoghurts are among the most sugary on supermarket shelves, new research suggests.
Martyn McLaughlin: Punishment is ineffective deterrent for those mired in poverty  Angie would have backed this subtle but sensible shift in how to police ‘destitute’ shoplifting, writes Martyn McLaughlin
Half of patients waiting too long for physio appointments  More than half of people in Scotland who need physio or occupational therapy are waiting too long for an NHS appointment, new figures have revealed.
Fran Van Dijk: We must educate and inform to tackle climate change  We have recently lived through three years in a row of the ­hottest temperatures recorded worldwide, a clear sign that our ­climate is changing, and changing...
Brian Monteith: Why independence and Brexit are not the same  As I write this week’s column it is four years since the independence referendum took place, but there are times when it feels like the campaigning has never...
Top woman golfer murdered on course near her US college  The golfing world has been left in a state of shock after one of the game’s top young prospects was murdered on a course in the United States.
Humza Yousaf begins search for alternative to Railway policing plan  Justice secretary Humza Yousaf has said controversial railway policing plans have been put on hold and may never be enacted.
Sandy McCall Smith: Nobody gains if the sea bed is irreparably damaged  We may mutter about the lawlessness of other countries’ fishermen, but we are just as bad, writes Sandy McCall Smith
Emmys: A win for Claire Foy as Game of Thrones retakes crown  British talent won big at the Emmys during a memorable ceremony that saw one winner propose to his girlfriend on stage and Game Of Thrones win the battle of the...
Great entertainer Pierre Schoeman wins acclaim in Edinburgh  “He’s quite an amusing fellow which is unusual for a South African. He’s got a good sense of humour,” is Edinburgh coach Richard Cockerill’s jocular description of...
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