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Outsiders interfering in Highland life? Or saving Skyfall glen from ugly development  THE public outcry to stop hydro power stations in Glen Etive was overwhelming ... overwhelmingly unwelcome, according to some locals.
Rafi Eitan: Mossad spy who captured Holocaust architect Eichmann dies age 92  Rafi Eitan, a legendary Mossad spy who led the team that captured Holocaust mastermind Adolf Eichmann in Argentina, has died at the age of 92.
Washington must wait at least another day for Mueller probe findings  The probe has taken 22 months and cast a shadow over the start of Donald Trump’s presidency.
Vigils across Scotland call for peace and religious tolerance  Religious leaders joined with politicians, campaigners and members of the public at vigils across the country on Saturday.
Delia Smith and Lena Headey among stars who marched for a final say on Brexit  A slew of celebrities attended the Put it to the People event.
Firefighters tackle blaze in Tollcross area of Glasgow  Emergency services have attended the incident on Tollcross Road.
Tax relief for internet firms to install fibre broadband  Telecommunications companies will get 100% non-domestic rates relief for increasing the availability of high-speed internet across Scotland.
Leonard urges swifter action to tackle child poverty  The Scottish Labour leader has written to Nicola Sturgeon calling for plans addressing child poverty to be brought forward.
Action plan to target waiting times for suspected cancer patients  There will be additional endoscopy clinics, revised clinical guidelines and more training for nursing staff.
RAF flight with 20 tonnes of aid heading to Mozambique to help cyclone victims  Aid due to be delivered by an RAF aircraft is expected to include solar lanterns, water purifiers and shelter kits.
Hundreds of thousands gather in London for anti-Brexit march  UP to one million people marched through central London yesterday to demand the public get a final say on Brexit, amid fears the UK is heading towards a ‘no deal’...
Independence activist promises "never" to vote SNP again over Sturgeon picture  A leading campaigner for Scottish independence has vowed never to vote SNP again while Nicola Sturgeon is leader after a selfie was taken ...
May's future as PM at serious risk over Brexit "meltdown"  Theresa May’s future as Prime Minister is in serious jeopardy after she conceded she might not garner enough support to get her twice-rejected Brexit deal...
Scottish Labour shadow cabinet split on workplace car parking tax  A MEMBER of Scottish Labour’s shadow cabinet has “defied” leader Richard Leonard after hitting out at her party’s opposition to the Government-backed workplace...
Trio of Scottish Water executives take home £225,000 in bonuses  THREE senior figures at the publicly-owned Scottish Water pocketed nearly £250,000 in bonuses at the same time as prices were raised for customers.
Scottish Labour MSPs and MPs given script to stop members quitting party  SCOTTISH Labour politicians have been given a script on how to stop party members from quitting, after it emerged thousands had left in the last twelve...
Scotland would be biggest loser from abolition of Erasmus scheme after Brexit  A 30-year-old student exchange programme that faces the axe after Brexit disproportionately benefits students from Scottish universities, according...
Glasgow 35 Cheetahs 17: Five vital points but Dave Rennie left frustrated  Glasgow Warriors kept their ambition of a place in the knock-out stages of this season’s PRO14 firmly on track at Scotstoun with victory over Toyota...
Downie misses out on podium after costly errors  ELLIE Downie's bid to become the first British gymnast to win an all-around World Cup ended in disappointment in Birmingham.
McGurk goes the distance to stretch unbeaten record  SCOTTISH light-middleweight boxer Michael McGurk moved his unbeaten record to 12-0 and hoped it would now push him closer to title contention.
Dundee United 2 Alloa 1: Robbie Neilson delighted to increase the pressure on Ross County with hard-fought win  ROBBIE Neilson, the Dundee United manager, praised his relentless players before warning Ross County they are ready ...
Shelley Kerr has the upper hand over Alex McLeish and Scotland's men's team  WE now know that Scotland’s final three friendlies before the World Cup will be against Chile, Brazil and Jamaica. The squad for the first two was...
Scott Bain backed to bounce back from Kazakhstan nightmare  SCOTT Bain will have no problem recovering from his nightmare competitive debut for Scotland in Kazakhstan, according to Celtic and Scotland Under 21s goalkeeper Ross...
Zak Rudden hat-trick moves Scotland Under 19s to within touching distance of Euro Championships  SCOTLAND UNDER-19s are 90 minutes away from reaching the European Championships for the first time in 13 years after Rangers kid...
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