- JEREMY Corbyn would put Britain's security at risk if he won power, Sir Michael Fallon, the Defence Secretary, has said as he denounced the Labour leader’s “irresponsible” comments on defence.
- THE rapid decline of ancient ice sheets could help scientists predict the impact of modern-day climate and sea-level change, according to research by the universities of Stirling in Scotland and Tromsø in Norway.
- French voters are being courted across the spectrum for a run-off election after shutting out the country's political mainstream from the presidency for the first time in the country's modern history.
- IT is one of Scotland’s most popular tourist destinations and welcomes around a million visitors every year.
- POLICE are investigating possible hate crimes in connection with the controversy over the reading of the Koran at St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral in Glasgow.
- CAMPAIGNERS have welcomed new laws coming into force aimed at improving the way sexual offences are dealt with in court.
- The First Minister has ruled out any coalitions between SNP and Tory councillors after the forthcoming local authority elections.
- Accessible and exciting, there is much to see and do in Ayrshire. From golf courses to boutique shops, galleries to wine merchants, there is plenty to discover off the beaten track...
- Jeremy Corbyn would put Britain's security at risk if he wins the general election and becomes prime minister, the Defence Secretary has said.
- Entrepreneur Sir Tom Hunter has given Scottish school pupils the chance to compete for a table at a dinner attended by former US president Barack Obama.
David Torrance: Tectonic plates of Scottish politics are moving again, this time in the Tories' favourLate last year the US satirical television show Saturday Night Live broadcast a sketch entitled the “Brooklyn Bubble”.
- One in three Scots on a low income often skips meals as they struggle to scrape by, according to a new survey.
- The ex-Spice Girl was granted a temporary restraining order earlier this month.
- Scotland should be given new powers so it can take a "distinctly different" approach to issues such as immigration and employment rights, union leaders have argued.
£30 Virgin Train fares between Glasgow and London brings record passenger numbers for west coast routeA train operator says it is breaking new records for passenger numbers on its west coast route, a year after a seven-week closure during floods.
- Scotland will pay a "heavier price" if more Tory MPs are returned to Westminster in June, according to Nicola Sturgeon.
- HEAVY falls of snow and freezing temperatures are about to plunge Scotland back in to winter – a month after the start of British Summertime.
- THERESA May’s bid to block a second referendum has failed to produce a bounce in support for independence, according to a poll.
- A satisfied Celtic captain Scott Brown insisted yesterday's 2-0 William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final victory against Rangers proves beyond doubt that the Ibrox side don't have the energy or quality to live with them. Having won four and drawn one of their five meetings against their great rivals - with one more to follow on league duty at Ibrox next Saturday - the Parkhead stand six matches away from the first unbeaten domestic season since 1899, and only the fourth treble in the club's history.
- THE Very Reverend Kelvin Holdsworth hasn’t been talking for long when he’s interrupted by the police. Two officers have arrived at St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral in Glasgow to brief the clergyman on the latest developments in his case. A number of possible hate crimes are being pursued. There may well be prosecutions.
- Conservationists say the reef could take decades to recover, but the dredger was operating legally.
- As a special commission considers reforms to the Scottish Parliament, what are the issues which have been raised and what could happen?
- Westminster power struggles and workers' rights also provide a focus for the general election.
- Jo Cruickshank was 36 when she took her own life in 2015, and now her mother speaks publicly about it.
- MINISTERS have received a warning about the continued shooting of seals by fish farms as the US poses the threat of an export ban which could cost the Scottish economy £200 million a year.
- POLICE say there remains no evidence of criminality 18 months into a probe into the death of a librarian whose body was found in Edinburgh months after going missing from her London home.
- GIRLS are continuing to dominate leading professions such as medicine, dentistry and the law, according to new analysis.
- ONE of Scotland’s largest councils has backed down in a row with ministers over the use of a multi-million pound fund to help pupils from poorer backgrounds. North Lanarkshire Council had been threatened with losing more than £8m from the Pupil Equity Fund (PEF) after demanding headteachers use £1m to pay for existing classroom assistants.
- Playing shinty might appear a far remove from the world of printmaking, but the search is on for artists to create a unique visual archive of Scotland's ancient sport.
- A man described as one of the pre-eminent photographers of 19th century Glasgow is to be championed by one of the world's most famous museums.
- A vote for the Tories in the general election will be a vote in support of the so-called rape clause, SNP depute leader Angus Robertson has said.
- Scottish Tory deputy leader Jackson Carlaw says he still believes the policy is a necessary measure.
- The 26-year-old was on a solo flight when he came down in the grounds of a primary school.
- Police Scotland say 10 men have been arrested in connection with alleged offences at the Old Firm semi-final.
- Former Old Firm players Pat Bonner and Kris Boyd rate the players after Celtic's 2-0 Scottish Cup semi-final win over Rangers.
- Brendan Rodgers says treble-chasing Celtic are "one game away from a real historic season" after reaching the Scottish Cup final.
- Manager Pedro Caixinha feels his Rangers team stood off Celtic as they lose the Scottish Cup semi-final 2-0 at Hampden.
- CELTIC are one game away from sealing the Treble after a dominant win over Rangers in Sunday’s Scottish Cup semi-final at Hampden Park.
- Police find one man dead and another seriously injured after a disturbance in a Paisley street.
- Police close the road at the scene of the early morning crash, with diversions put in place.
- Sir Philip Green has been warned that he could still be stripped of his knighthood and faces further questions from MPs, one year after the collapse of BHS.
- MAJOR works on Scotland's busiest motorway has opened to traffic today.
Leaked Police Scotland memo reveals recording of knife crime 'obscured' extent of offences - The Sunday PostThe Sunday Post
Leaked Police Scotland memo reveals recording of knife crime 'obscured' extent of offences
The Sunday Post
Bosses have now ordered a U-turn in the way crime is recorded – to ensure the public is given a more accurate picture. In a leaked memo, one of Scotland's most senior police officers said recording of knife crime “obscured” the “real extent of knife ...
- Files relating to the conviction of the Lockerbie bomber will be handed to the case review commission.
- The Courier
Priceless collection of books goes on display at Scotland's oldest lending library
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- A teenager has been arrested in connection with an alleged attempted murder in Paisley.
- The family of Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset al-Megrahi will launch a bid to appeal against his conviction within a fortnight.
- Frazer Hines and Caitlin Blackwood tackle the issue of facing up to the prospect of death in the new drama.
- A 33-year-old man remains in a critical condition in hospital following the attack.
- The new section of Scotland's busiest motorway is expected to cut journey times by 20 minutes.
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