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We've been expanding our newsletter service here at The Herald, and we want to take you through our new and improved offerings.

You can subscribe to our newsletters if you're a registered user or a subscriber by heading to our sign up page and selecting your favourites.

Herald Voices (Weekdays at 11am)

Every day, we're giving you a rundown of who you can expect in our incredible Voices section.

We go through the columnists of the day, giving a sneak peek into their musings - and we'll also showcase the fantastic illustrations from our in-house artist, Steven Camley, as well. 

Unspun: Your Politics Briefing (Weekdays at 6pm)

In April, we launched a new evening political newsletter, Unspun, which promises readers an exclusive analysis of the day in Scottish politics - and a look at what's coming next.


As Scotland deals with the aftermath of what was one of the most important Scottish elections in history, we're bringing you top insight from some of our most popular contributors every weekday at 6pm.

We’ve enlisted the help of Alison Rowat on Tuesdays, Kevin McKenna on Wednesdays, Iain Macwhirter on Thursdays and Neil Mackay on Fridays.

Covid in Scotland (Weekdays at 3pm)

For all the latest coronavirus news in Scotland, including the latest figures and updates, make sure you subscribe to our Covid in Scotland newsletter, reaching inboxes at 3pm each day. 

You'll be given the latest figures in Scotland, and have all the latest news and analysis about the pandemic from our health correspondents at your fingertips.

Daily Catch-Up (Weekdays at 4pm)

At 4pm, we'll take you through the stories our readers have been enjoying the most from that day.

We'll give you a rundown of the headlines and a preview of the pieces that have been getting our readers talking in our catch-up newsletter - perfect for your commute home.

The Herald Magazine (Saturdays at 1pm)

In addition to politics, fans of Scotland's arts and cultural scene are set to benefit from our brand new Herald Magazine newsletter, reaching inboxes every Saturday at 1pm.

Written by assistant editor Garry Scott and senior features writer Susan Swarbrick, you'll get the latest from our weekly Saturday magazine straight to your inbox, and our top picks from the pages.

So sit back, relax, and get the latest straight to your inbox everyday by signing up here