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Camley's Cartoon on Labour's leadership race

Camley's Cartoon on Labour's leadership race

Agenda: I'm a doctor in our new super hospital but I can't bring myself to say its name

Agenda: I'm a doctor in our new super hospital but I can't bring myself to say its name

"NOT very Christian, is it?" muses Alan Crozier, who spotted this sign outside a church in Bath.

THE DIARY: Having the devil of a time in Rome

Robbie Dinwoodie 1 SA : The Herald Political correspondent Robbie Dinwoodie byline picture.

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Robbie Dinwoodie: The rights time

Half beards? How is this a thing ...

Half beards? How is this a thing ...

Terminal decline?

Agenda: We must strive for the right balance to manage our fish stocks, including wild salmon

Harriet Harman

Letters: The Blairites, not the left, are the main cause of Labour's woes

Letters: The House of Lords is an unelected, undemocratic and unnecessary expense

Letters: There is no reason why Glasgow's new superhospital cannot be renamed

Inside Track: Tough on doctors, soft on the system - is that the way NHS complaint regimes are working?

Inside Track: Tough on doctors, soft on the system - is that the way NHS complaint regimes are working?

Would that the Treasury were as conscientious as the SNP Finance Secretary

Public wanted radio changes

Wind energy can be harmful

Andrew McKie: Promotion logjam a block on progress for too many younger workers

Andrew McKie: Promotion logjam a block on progress for too many younger workers

Susan Swarbrick: Let's not lose traditional childhood activities such as climbing trees, making daisy chains and flying kites.

Susan Swarbrick: Let's not lose traditional childhood activities such as climbing trees and flying kites

FILM themes crop up in the most unusual places. According to David Donaldson, who took this picture in Bearsden's Switchback Road, another shop nearby is called Wizard of Paws.

THE DIARY: The question to Yvette Cooper that took the biscuit

Camley's Cartoon on Sewel's resignation

Camley's Cartoon on Sewel's resignation

"Confucius Day" written in Mandarin

Letters: Little gain in using precious class time to teach Mandarin

Inside Track: Pioneering spirit of Western Ferries' founders

Inside Track: Pioneering spirit of Western Ferries' founders

Do we really need fracking when we have wind?

We need new legislation to protect pension savings

Letters: Failures at home are of more import than another referendum

Camley's Cartoon on plans for a Highlands and Islands movie map

Camley's Cartoon on plans for a Highlands and Islands movie map

Portrait of journalist Marianne Taylor..Photograph by Colin Mearns.9 March 2015. (27217689)

Marianne Taylor: The wonders of modern motoring

Mixed messages at the station

My experience of dispute with EE

I applaud Black's efforts

The party is over if Labour tries to bar members because they are socialists

The party is over if Labour tries to bar members because they are socialists

Colette Douglas Home: Fall foul of the law and forfeit the right to shape it

Colette Douglas Home: Fall foul of the law and forfeit the right to shape it

The Diary

The Diary

Agenda: Our single police force is an outstanding public service

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Drew Allan: A thought for Todday

BBC is failing to provide adequate local news bulletins

DUMFRIES, SCOTLAND - JULY 24:  Scotland's only Conservative MP David Mundell opens a foodbank at the Apex Centre to help people struggling with welfare reform on July 24, 2015 in Dumfries, Scotland. The Apex Centre is just yards from another foodbank run

Letters: We should not be scoring political points on the back of poverty

'Once in a lifetime' was a warning, not a pledge

At Large ... Greyfriars Garden

At Large ... Greyfriars Garden

A red face for Aberdeen

Is this new Lanark?

A new approach to learning disabled

Women expect more from life than raising children

Hear, hear to ban on applause

Capital Infrastructure is vital for tourism growth

Kenny MacAskill: As austerity bites, police now better placed than NHS and councils

David Torrance: The BBC is not perfect but it must be protected from politically-motivated reform

David Torrance: The BBC is not perfect but it must be protected from politically-motivated reform

The Boys and The Bees: From The Cathouse to Catfish

The Boys and The Bees: From The Cathouse to Catfish

I love wandering around Govan's derelict dry docks. Nature has been steadily reclaiming them since they closed in the 1980s, but because they haven't been preserved, you can get a real flavour of what it must have been like in its heyday. Most of the buil

Time to give Govan docks a new lease of life

Crying all the way to the food bank

Crying all the way to the food bank

The Diary

The Diary

Robert McNeil on ... the pitfalls of social climbing

Robert McNeil on ... the pitfalls of social climbing

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