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The Bulletin: Alex McLeish pleads with booing fans to stick by Scotland | Kenny McLean admits fans were right to boo  Well, at least it was a win. That was one of the few positives on Sunday as Scotland struggled to overcome...
Mark Smith: What the picture of Nicola Sturgeon and Alastair Campbell reveals about politics and protest  TELL me what you see. Nicola Sturgeon and Alastair Campbell, obviously, but what else? Maybe you’re feeling pretty...
Scots builders facing Brexit timber crunch  THE cost of importing timber for housebuilding in Scotland could surge after Brexit, putting pressure on a sector already battling to deal with a major shortage of homes.
Glasgow technology firm wins funding boost  GLASGOW university technology spinout VeryConnect has secured a funding boost after winning business in 10 overseas markets.
Fever-Tree full year profits set to fizz higher  Fever-Tree is set to post an increase in annual profits this week after the mixer maker benefited from last summer's heatwave and bumper Christmas trading.
Pinstripe: Look North  One of the many unhelpful things about Brexit is that it obscures events elsewhere.
ARTS NEWS: Art Festival unveils 2019 programme, Nan Shepherd show in Cairngorms, CCA show looks at planning  EDINBURGH Art Festival has announced the first details of its 2019 programme.
Jane McCarry on the secrets behind her Still Game role  AS Jane McCarry prepares to say farewell to hit BBC Scotland comedy series Still Game, she admits that the finality of it hasn't quite sunk in yet. The Glasgow-born...
New jobs created  UP to 50 new jobs are being created in Glasgow by Startline Motor Finance this year as the business transfers its customer services function in-house.
Engage children in wonders of natural world  On Friday, as she did the Friday before and will do the Friday after, 16-year-old school pupil Greta Thunberg stood outside the Swedish parliament to demand action on climate change.
Wildlife filmmaker backs drive to expand outdoor nurseries  ONE of Scotland’s best known wildlife filmmakers has backed a new drive to get children playing outdoors.
School climate strike pupils invited to Holyrood  Some of Scotland’s youngest climate change protestors have been asked to attend Holyrood.
Scottish students demand more cash for universities and colleges  STUDENTS have joined forces with universities, colleges and lecturers to fight for an end to public funding cuts.
Nurseries urged to let children play in the great outdoors  CHILDREN have a natural love of climbing trees, kicking leaves in the woods and jumping in puddles.
Leonard dubbed 'incompetent' over keynote policy gaffe  RICHARD Leonard has been accused of “sheer incompetence” after failing to consult the body essential to his signature policy as Scottish Labour leader.
Marianne Taylor: Sturgeon remains streets ahead of UK party leaders  Nicola Sturgeon is used to talking to big crowds. In 2014, after the referendum defeat, the newly crowned SNP leader and First Minister made her debut...
Major multi-million pound revamp plan for Scotland's second busiest train station  IT is the old Victorian train station that has become the second busiest in Scotland and an Edinburgh landmark.
Steven Hammell hopes to persuade Motherwell youngsters that football is worth more to them than money  WHEN Scotland’s under-21 side took to the field to play Mexico’s under-22s last week, there was one club who contributed to...
Acting success isn't about TV fame. It's the chance to play Chic Murray's wife.  FAME? Maureen Carr’s head has absorbed the concept in the way Wile E. Coyote enjoyed contact with an Acme anvil.
Analysis: May's deal is dead, time for Westminster to seize spirit of compromise - quickly  FOR some the May Plan has become the political equivalent of the Norwegian Blue. A Brexit policy that is “not dead; just resting”.
Theresa May's premiership teetering on the brink as she confronts Cabinet plotters  BELEAGUERED Theresa May will confront the Cabinet plotters today as her premiership is pushed to the brink and as MPs prepare to take full...
Brexit 'too heavy' for devolution to bear and new constitutional settlement needed, says Russell  BREXIT is too heavy for devolution to bear and a new constitutional settlement between Edinburgh and London is needed should...
Devolution 20 years on and Scottish Government ministers still feel ignored by Whitehall, says report  SCOTTISH Government ministers sometimes felt they were placed on the “naughty step” by Whitehall, which only informed them...
UK's biggest selling newspaper calls on May to quit  Prime Minister Theresa May's hopes of clinging on to power have taken a further hit after the UK's biggest selling newspaper called on her to stand down.
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