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  Thousands of UK music lovers are having trouble accessing Spotify this afternoon.
  Scott Nisbet, 52, will have an operation to remove one of his kidneys after four tumours were found by medics.
  Hospitality businesses in Scotland are preparing to properly welcome customers back to their premises for the first time since the lockdown was...
  NICOLA Sturgeon is confident that the public will cover their faces in shops as it becomes legally required today – with her second in...
  HEARTS failed with an audacious bid to snatch Kevin Nisbet AND Drey Wright from city rivals Hibs on an astonishing...
  WILLIAM Neilson (Letters, July 9) is the latest to seek to overthrow the basic concept of our justice system that you are...
  GE Caledonian in Pretwick has said 137 jobs are at risk from a new redundancy process which started yesterday.
  We'll bring you all the last transfer news and gossip right here.
  Scots trying to book a place on ferries across the country have been met with difficulty this morning after an influx of visitors caused...
  The European Marine Energy Centre in Orkney has been contracted by the Korea Institute of...
  COMPETITIVE professional football matches will be permitted in Scotland behind closed doors from the August 1 after ministers approved plans...
  An SNP councillor has resigned from her role amid claims an SNP-led council is 'nothing but a dictatorship'.
  CELTIC have released their new home kit and fans are going wild for the new Adidas design.
  A desperate search is underway to rescue a man feared drowned in Loch Ness.
  A scheme which sees drones deliver vital Covid-19 testing kits to some of Scotland's islands has received a funding boost.
  The coronavirus pandemic has not yet reached its peak, the World Health Organisation has warned.
  The search for former Glee star Naya Rivera is continuing more than 24 hours since she was reported missing at a...
  EVERYONE loves a bargain, eh? It may seem perverse to view a ‘commodity’ that cost the guts ...
  A PARK in Edinburgh has literally gone green after becoming the first in the UK to harness eco-power.
  WE tend to think big when we think of cancel culture - JK Rowling or David Starkey being the most recent in a long string of well-kent names who have found ...
  INVESTORS have shown confidence in the prospects for Scottish hotels amid the challenges posed by the coronavirus by acquiring a landmark property in the Perthshire Highlands.
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