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UK Government poised to announce devolution of abortion law to Holyrood

UK Government poised to announce devolution of abortion law to Holyrood

Author James Kelman photographed in Glasgow's Rio Cafe.Canongate are getting the rights to publish his new novel, meaning heÕll be published in Scotland for the first time in over 30 years.

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James Kelman: London publishers are "elitist" and don't get Scotland

Hugh Maguire

old soldier who seized war criminal Anton Gecas to be awarded France's highest civilian honour

Nicole Kidman

Nicola Sturgeon: Scots and English will always be the best of friends

Herald Writer Vicky Alan was a winner at the Icon Awards

Comedian, top cyclist and Herald writer honoured at gay, lesbian and transgender community's big night out.

Half of council-owned firm City Building could transfer to housing provider the Wheatley Group to safeguard 1000 jobs

Plans to cut controversial Labour council-owned building firm in half to save 1000 jobs

The Anniesland campus of Glasgow Clyde College in the west end of the city.

New board at crisis college urged to investigate bullying culture claims

In the dock: (from top l to r) Craig Whyte, Charles Green, David Whitehouse and Paul Clark. And (from bottom l to r) Imran Ahmad, David Grier and Gary Withey

Rangers fraud case shifts from Glasgow to Edinburgh

Michelle Thomson

Parliamentary watchdog will not investigate complaint made against Michelle Thomson amid property row

Picture: Jeff Holmes

UEFA open disciplinary proceedings against SFA for handling of Scotland's Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland

Police chief to face watchdog probe on allegations he cheated on elite command course

Police chief to face watchdog probe on allegations he cheated on elite command course

Stuart Rose

Former M&S chief Lord Rose to head campaign to keep UK in European Union

Lib Dems edge out SNP in Loch Ness council poll battle

Lib Dems edge out SNP in Loch Ness council poll battle

Greg Miskiw

Ex-News of the World journalist claims paper hacked David Beckham's phone

First are among the bus companies to have purchased low carbon vehicles using grants from the Scottish Green Bus Fund

Operators urged to bid for latest £3 million tranche of green bus funding




Alex McLeish presenting Bank of Scotland Midnight League award winners.

Memories of 2007 for McLeish as Strachan plays World Cup waiting game

Scotland manager Gordon Strachan in pensive mood during the Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland.

McLeish: Strachan could and should stay on for 2018

HAVE A HEART: Martin Canning feels Neilson was wrong to criticise Collum

Canning steps in to defend Willie Collum in Paterson red-card spat

Michael Lynagh in Australia colours in 1984 during a tour of Britain in which his side defeated England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Photograph: Adrian Murrell/Allsport

Ex-Australia fly-half Michael Lynagh on rugby and risk

Scotland's Marc Warren during day two of the British Masters at Woburn Golf Club, Little Brickhill. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Friday October 9, 2015. See PA story GOLF Woburn. Photo credit should read: Nigel French/PA Wire. RESTRICTIONS: Use

Marc Warren star on the rise after bouncing back at Woburn

Scotland U21 star Jay Fulton is looking forward to facing Switzerland in a friendly (41493898)

Jay Fulton reckons Swansea City have him ready to take on anyone with Scotland Under-21s

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 09:  Jurgen Klopp is unveiled as the new manager of Liverpool FC as he stands alongside Tom Werner (l) the chairman and Ian Ayre (r) the chief executive during a photocall at Anfield on October 9, 2015 in Liverpool, England.

I am the Normal One, says new Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - JULY 26: Scotland's David McNamee transitions to the bike during the triathlon team relay at Strathclyde Park during day three of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games on July 26, 2014 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Jamie Simpson/Herald

David McNamee ready to go through hell in Hawaii after quitting Olympic regime

BEIJING, CHINA - AUGUST 23:  Laura Muir of Great Britain looks on after competing in the Women's 1500 metres semi-final the during day two of the 15th IAAF World Athletics Championships Beijing 2015 at Beijing National Stadium on August 23, 2015 in Beijin

Laura Muir and Eilidh Child in running for Scottish Athlete of the Year

Nehe Milner-Skudder secures the bonus point with his second try for the All Blacks against Tonga

Ferrie Files: Scouting Report - Still a struggle but All Blacks strike seven

Ireland's Iain Henderson ramapging towards the man-of-the-match award last weekend, but left out of the side for this one

Ferrie Files: Good Day for Gatland's ego; Bad Day for Iain Henderson

Warren Gatland watches Wales train at Twickenham where he hopes they will face Scotland next week

Ferrie Files: And Another Thing - Gatland keen for Wales to meet Scotland in quarters

Captain Stephen Moore and his front-row colleagues have helped transform the Wallabies' World Cup prospects

Ferrie Files: Talking Point - Much to do for Wales to avoid 11th straight loss to Wallabies

Scotland manager Gordon Strachan during the Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland on Thursday night.

The hurt continues for sorry Scotland and their supporters - and so must manager Gordon Strachan

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