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Archbishop Philip Tartaglia has made a plea to Catholic teachers to return to the sector

Recruitment crisis in Scottish Catholic schools

Kenny MacAskill

Kenny MacAskill secures deal to write Lockerbie book

Kezia Dugdale's bid to refresh her party looked to have failed as Labour stalwarts dominated the party's regional lists

Dugdale's search for fresh blood falls flat as Labour veterans dominate party lists

Yvette Cooper

Labour bids to block devolution of abortion laws to Scotland

Thousands of staff will be on the move as plans are launched to scrap some of Glasgow's controversial council spin-off companies

Thousands of staff on the move as plans launched to scrap controversial council spin-off companies

Clackmannanshire Council is considering proposals to hand more power over the running of schools to parents and pupils

Radical plan to involve parents and pupils in school decisions

Andy Wightman expressed concern Scotland was generating a "shameful reputation as a place to launder money".Picture: Stewart Attwood

Scotland advertised across Eastern Europe as tax haven

Rory Mair, outgoing chief executive at local authority umbrella body Cosla

Council chief sparks row with teaching unions after accusing them of "holding schools back"

Cat Boyd, the top RISE candidate in the Glasgow region

Left wingers RISE hit back after Greens write off election chances

Alex Rowley

Alex Rowley to lead Labour's Holyrood elections campaign

Razor clams

Greens back police bid to stop airlines exporting gangland razor clams

Glasgow University

Loss of graduate work scheme "cost £250m," say universities

Maitland Mackie

Mackie's ice cream chairman left £2.7m estate

SNP keyboard supremo Pete Wishart with Labour politicians Kevin Brennan and Ian Cawsey alongside Tory Greg Knight. Collectively known as MP4.

Unspun: Pete set out his Euro vision for UK

Chariots of Fire

Will this be the end of free parking at beach made famous by Chariots of Fire?

Pictured examining the finial at the very top of the tower is stonemason foreman Jim Smith of Conservation Masonry Ltd.   Picture: Colin Mearns

Expert craftsmen repair Glasgow University belltower

Father of injured boy talks of motorbike stunt crash

Father of injured boy talks of motorbike stunt crash

Man dies and woman seriously injured in crash

Man dies and woman seriously injured in crash

DAVID MCBRYAN: Took on Christmas card challenge.

Code-breaker nearly outsmarts GCHQ

Burger queen, Trudi Logan wearing her unique design. Picture: Colin Mearns

Students showcase creative talents using materials normally thrown away

Swinney: public-sector job losses regrettable but cuts should not be plugged by income tax hike

Swinney: public-sector job losses regrettable but cuts should not be plugged by income tax hike

Rangers administrators have five charges dropped in fraud case

Rangers administrators have six charges dropped in fraud case



A slice of island life: Barra Golf Club's members are trying to raise funds for a much-needed clubhouse (Picture: Duncan MacKinnon)

Golf on the edge as Barra club seeks shelter from the storm

File photo dated 16/9/2008 of former heavyweight boxing champion Frank Bruno. (Johnny Greene/PA)

Boxing hero Frank Bruno's daughters 'determined to keep him out of the ring'

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - FEBRUARY 05:  Ernie Els of South Africa plays his second shot at the par 4, 12th hole during the second round of the 2016 Omega Dubai Desert Classic on the Majlis Course at the Emirates Golf Club on February 5, 2016 in Dubai,

Dubai Desert Classic: Ernie Els one shot off leader after second round

Victorious Davis Cup captain Leon Smith tours the trophy at the Edinburgh base of main team sponsors AEGON.

Leon Smith on life after the Davis Cup final, and how some of that Andy Murray magic might just rub off on Hibs

Celtic captain Scott Brown was angry at Aberdeen after his side's defeat

Derek McIness does not think a single person in Scottish football believes Aberdeen can win the title and Scott Brown agrees

Celtic captain Scott Brown, with the William Hill Scottish Cup, has his eyes on another domestic Double

Celtic's Scott Brown has faith in his team-mates - but Ronny Deila needs more to follow their captain's example

Imogen Bankier

Badminton champion Bankier suffers double scare before setting up big finish

OFF AND RUNNING: Patrick Roberts made a flying start to his Celtic career in the Under-20 side's 4-0 Development League victory over Motherwell

Birthday boy Patrick Roberts starts Celtic career with a goal and three assists

Celtic's Colin Kazim Richards in action against Aberdeen. Picture: Reuters

Konterman: Feyenoord were happy to get rid of Kazim Richards

Tony Stanger in action for Scotland in the summer of 1991

Tony Stanger: Scotland quietly fancied our chances in 1990 and this team should too

New Hearts' signing Abiola Dauda being put through his paces at training. Picture: SNS

Dauda recalls powderkeg Belgrade battle as partisan capital derby debut awaits

STAREDOWN: East Kilbride captain Barry Russell is looking forward to meeting up with his Celtic hero Scott Brown

Russell set to go eye-to-eye with Brown after weeks of looking over his shoulder

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has 14 games to make Scottish football history

Aberdeen have answered most questions this season but there remains a couple that must be addressed

POSITIVE THINKING: Rory McKenzie hopes Lee McCulloch's gameplan can inspire victory over Rangers at Ibrox

McKenzie hopes McCulloch pep talks can spark cup shock at Rangers

CAPTAIN FANTASTIC: Barry Russell dares to harbour dreams of pulling off a Scottish Cup shock against his Celtic heroes

East Kilbride skipper Russell out to hammer nail in Celtic's coffin

Scotland assistant coach Nathan Hines at the team's training session at BT Murrayfield yesterday. Picture: Getty

Scotland confident of keeping up the progress

Hands up if you think Aberdeen can win the league

Aberdeen should be nowhere near Celtic given their bad runs of results and yet many believe they will be crowned champions

Matt Smith scores Scotland's fourth try during their historic Under-20 Six Nations win at Broadwood Stadium. Picture: PA

Scotland U20s 24 England U20s 6: Young Scots secure historic win at Broadwood


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