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Edinburgh Airport hits November record  EDINBURGH Airport is celebrating the first November in which it has exceeded one million passengers, as it continues to achieve strong growth.
Loganair spreads wings with first route to Germany  LOGANAIR has underlined its route expansion ambitions with the announcement of its first-ever flight to Germany.
Royal Bank appoints Murray to top financial role  KATIE Murray has been named as the new chief financial officer (CFO) at Royal Bank of Scotland, succeeding Ewen Stevenson who left to join HSBC in September.
Letters: Backing independence does not mean we cannot also love rUK  PETER A Russell (Letters, December 18) has crossed a line with his extremely offensive and hurtful suggestion that people who support Scottish independence...
Wood hails big nuclear contract win as oil price tumbles  WOOD has won a landmark contract to supply technology for use at a nuclear plant which will reduce its reliance on the North Sea as a rival noted that conditions remain...
Legal aid and leadership emerge as key themes of 2018  THE fate of legal aid has dominated much of the debate around the legal profession in 2018, after the year started with lawyers across the country staging a mass walkout...
Iain Macwhirter: The logical stance for Labour would be to back May's deal  ‘LABOUR is the Hope of the World” reads the legend on Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard’s Christmas card, above a heteronormative image of an...
Arts News  Dali’s telephone rings out
Dad's sausage roll song makes Christmas No1 charge  IT is the time of year when serious artists are dusting off their sleigh bells and carol tunes in the hope of scoring an elusive Christmas No 1, only to get knocked off their...
Kathleen MacInnes melds the Icelandic and Gaelic traditions  Kathleen MacInnes brings a new collaboration with the Icelandic string ensemble amiina to Celtic Connections next month knowing that one of its central themes has...
Neil Cameron: Did Gordon Strachan do Steven Gerrard a favour when he called out the Rangers players?  WINSTON Smith was given two choices. He could agree two plus two equals five or be eaten alive by rats.
Jose Mourinho is football's has-been comedian who didn't realise his act was dated  FOOTBALL is a bit like comedy in that it moves forward at a frantic pace and those left behind age quickly and badly.
Scotland's cancer waiting times performance at record low  SCOTLAND'S cancer waiting times performance is now the worst on record - with bowel cancer patients facing a dramatic increase in delays for diagnosis and treatment.
Levein: I'm struggling to find a system that gets Hearts scoring  CRAIG LEVEIN concedes he is at a loss how to solve Hearts’ attacking conundrum after admitting a spate of injuries to his strikers wrecked all of his best-laid...
SNP and Lib Dems put down no-confidence motion in May's Government  THE SNP and other opposition parties have this morning tabled a no-confidence motion in Theresa May’s Government after Labour failed to do so.
Blackford brands Corbyn 'midwife for Brexit' as he confirms SNP support for People's Vote  IAN Blackford has branded Jeremy Corbyn "the midwife for Brexit" for failing to call a no-confidence vote in the Conservative...
UK tipped to slide in table of biggest economies  THE UK is likely to slide in the global rankings to become the seventh-largest economy in 2019, PricewaterhouseCoopers declares in its latest forecasts.
Energy shake-up set to cut household bills by £45 a year  Domestic energy bills are set to fall after regulators announced that consumers should pay less towards networks such as National Grid.
Scottish pub spreads Christmas cheer with free dinner to anyone on their own  It is traditionally the time of year when families join together and celebrate the festive season.
Gloom for 200,000 from EU who came to live in Scotland  It is 100 days until Britain leaves the European Union and Brexit looms on the horizon as a daunting prospect for many – particularly the 200,000 or so European citizens...
Aberdeen 5 Dundee 1: Total domination from McInnes' men as McIntyre pleads for 'help'  Two first-half goals from Sam Cosgrove set Aberdeen on their way to their easiest victory of the season and had Dundee manager Jim McIntyre...
Army put on standby as UK Cabinet pushes button on full implementation of no-deal Brexit plans  THE Army has been put on standby to help cope with the effects of a no-deal Brexit as there are now just 100 days until Britain...
12 days of Christmas: Day Six: Heartache for Hawkins on highway to hell . . .  THE mood in the temporary stands at the Broadwater Parklands was excited and upbeat as our little gaggle of journalists and other Team Scotland...
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