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Scots council agrees to fly Irish Tricolour for Easter 1916 anniversary amid fears of backlash

Scots council agrees to fly Irish Tricolour for Easter 1916 anniversary amid fears of backlash

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Life expectancy in Scotland is lagging behind the rest of Western Europe - but a report warned that obesity could derail what improvements there have been since the 1950s

Life expectancy in Scotland lagging behind Western Europe, report finds

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Neil Findlay called Nicola Sturgeon a "liar", according to Holyrood's official report

Labour's Neil Findlay issues half-hearted retraction after calling Sturgeon a "liar" over tax

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Albert Einstein

Gravity waves 'captured on earth 100 years after Einstein's prediction'

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The final push: Cameron begins spurt of euro-schmoozing with keynote speech on reform in Germany

A week is a long time in politics: PM begins his final push on EU reform with keynote speech in Germany

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Bin lorry private prosecution plans to go before three judges

Bin lorry private prosecution plans to go before three judges

Does Nicola Sturgeon (main) need to show more digital leadership? Clockwise from top right, prominent tweeters include Christina McKelvie, Fergus Ewing, Ruth Davidson, John Finnie and Johann Lamont

Scottish politicians on Twitter: sometimes safe, sometimes silly, rarely strident

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Scots warned to prepare for snow as Met Office issues severe weather warnings

Scots warned to prepare for snow as Met Office issues severe weather warnings

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Income tax in Scotland will remain in line with the rest of the UK

Income tax in Scotland to remain in line with rest of UK after vote

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Robert Fleming

Police release first image of 21-year-old who died in Kilmarnock

Deadline to secure a deal on Holyrood's new tax powers pushed back

Deadline to secure a deal on Holyrood's new tax powers pushed back

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Scotland's only women's prison 'to close this summer'

Closure of Scotland's only women's prison to begin this summer

Adam Osborne

George Osborne's psychiatrist brother struck off over affair with patient

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Edinburgh Airport says it must boost capacity in order to attract new airlines

Critics slam Edinburgh airport over 'disingenuous' flightpath report

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New chief executive quits NHS 24 within six months

New chief executive quits NHS 24 six months after being appointed

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Firefighters look on at the sight of the crash

Death toll in German train crash rises to 11

Chris Grayling

Evel is working, insists Chris Grayling

Johnston Press 'in advanced talks to buy national daily newspaper i'

Johnston Press 'in advanced talks to buy national daily newspaper i'

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Councillor Julie McAnulty, who has been suspended from the SNP over racism claims

Sturgeon urged to step in amid claims SNP race row councillor is 'victim of smear campaign'

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Tata Steel works, Motherwell

Steel workers and bosses to march in plea for action to save jobs

Whales died after being stranded between Anstruther and Pittenweem

Chemical pollution of oceans may contribute to whales stranding

Henry Worsley

Duke of Cambridge attends funeral of Henry Worsley

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Sport

Kicking Off: Jambos close in on Europe, Gough pursues board spot, Scott relives Six Nations horrors

Kicking Off: Jambos close in on Europe, Gough pursues board spot, Scott relives Six Nations horrors

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes, left, and his assistant Tony Docherty in the dugout at Pittodrie.

Aberdeen manager McInnes poised to make decision on Nigerian defender Adejo

Rangers manager Mark Warburton understands why some Scottish football clubs need plastic pitches but that doesn't mean he has to like it. Picture: SNS

Mark Warburton says artificial pitches should be a thing of the past not the future

Rangers manager Mark Warburton watches over training yesterday. Picture: SNS

Mark Warburton calls on Rangers board to contact SPFL over Alloa's pitch change

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Kilmarnock interim manager Lee McCulloch gives his players instructions at training

Lee McCulloch doesn't particularly want to be Kilmarnock manager but will he still be offered the job?

Vern Cotter (left) and assistant coach Jonathan Humphreys at Edinburgh Airport yesterday. Picture: SNS

Players stung by criticism, claims Cotter

Scotland centre Duncan Taylor at Edinburgh Airport. Picture: SNS

Taylor ready to be clinical against Dr Roberts

Duncan Taylor has replaced Matt Scott in the Scotland team to play Wales. Picture: SNS

Taylor replaces Scott in sole change for Scotland's game in Wales

Duncan Taylor on the attack against England's George Kruis last week. Picture: SNS

Taylor in for injured Scott

Colin Kazim-Richards in action against East Kilbride

Kazim-Richards: Istanbul switch showed my character but no chance I'll leave Celtic for Rangers

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Braced: Alan Archibald knows that Partick Thistle will have to be at their best defensively when they take on free-scoring Hearts this weekend.

Alan Archibald says Partick Thistle not frightened by Hearts' highland show

His own man: Motherwell manager Mark McGhee says that criticism from fans will not sway him over tactics.

Mark McGhee will continue to play his own tune for Motherwell despite disharmony from the stands

Ed Woodward faces a grilling from Manchester United investors

Ed Woodward faces a grilling from Manchester United investors

Celtic legend Lubo Moravcik at the recent Scottish Cup draw

Moravcik: "I can help find players for Celtic if we can find a way to work together"

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Lee McCulloch trying to make an impression at Kilmarnock

Lee McCulloch trying to make an impression at Kilmarnock

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Former Rangers captain Richard Gough

Richard Gough: There is strength and safety in numbers with a unified Rangers support

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Mark McGhee keen to keep James McFadden at Motherwell until end of season

Mark McGhee keen to keep James McFadden at Motherwell until end of season

Sacked boss Teddy Sheringham goes to Stevenage's next match in disguise

Sacked boss Teddy Sheringham goes to Stevenage's next match in disguise

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