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Profile: Margie Orford at Cove Park

Acclaimed author and journalist Margie Orford will present a free writing masterclass at the Cove Park arts residency centre near Helensburgh on May 13 and 14


12:00am Monday 1 May 2017

Going Local: Turning around scandal-hit North Lanarkshire Council may prove to be a superhuman task

The local authority includes Coatbridge, where Julie McAnulty is standing as an independent after quitting the SNP over a racism row

NORTH Lanarkshire is a lot of things – a former industrial powerhouse, the mid-way point between Edinburgh and Glasgow and the home of Scots comic book superhero Mark Millar.

12:00am Monday 1 May 2017

Natalie McGarry will not stand for re-election in Glasgow East

Natalie McGarry was elected as an SNP MP in 2015 but resigned the party whip amid fraud allegations

AN MP charged with fraud offences by police has confirmed she will not seek re-election.

12:00am Wednesday 26 April 2017

Michael Fry: We need to cut Scotland's deficit, so let's start with a spending freeze

Scotland may lack full fiscal autonomy, but that doesn't mean there is nothing we can do to bring our deficit down

‘WITH what should we fix it, dear Michael, dear Michael, with what should we fix it, dear Michael, with what?” So ran the rhyme from Peter Piper, a reader taking time out from picking his pickled peppers to respond to my column last week lamenting…

12:00am Tuesday 18 April 2017

Tennis: Fed Cup abuse affected my performance, admits British No 1 Johanna Konta

Johanna Konta in action for Great Britain versus Romania on Saturday. Photograph: Getty

BRITISH No 1 Johanna Konta admitted the abuse she received at the Fed Cup tie in Romania will take time to get over as Great Britain slipped to defeat.

12:00am Monday 24 April 2017

Alex Salmond claims Theresa May called snap election because Tories thought they would lose MPs to the election scandal

Alex Salmond, MP for Gordon, addresses the Commons Chamber

FORMER First Minister Alex Salmond has accused Prime Minister Theresa May of calling a General Election because she feared criminality in the Tory Party would lose her MPs and control of Parliament.

12:00am Saturday 22 April 2017

Film review: Clash gives frightening insight into a troubled country

Film review: Clash gives frightening insight into a troubled country

CLASH (15) 

12:00am Friday 21 April 2017

Rugby: Quick is off the mark for move into coaching

Sarah Quick, right, of Murrayfield Wanderers, and Hillhead/Jordanhill’s Louise McMillan look ahead to tomorrow’s final

Wanderers star ready for cup final but her focus is on the future

12:00am Friday 21 April 2017

Football: Neil McCann takes over at Dens Park

Neil McCann replaces Paul Hartley at Dundee

Sky pundit and former winger to replace Paul Hartley

12:00am Wednesday 19 April 2017

Seven seats to watch at the 2017 General Election

LibDem MP Alistair Carmichael won his seat at the 2015 election by just 817 votes. Photograph: Getty

Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale & Tweeddale Scotland’s lone Conservative MP David Mundell will be fighting to hold on to his seat. If he loses and the Tories fail to gain any other seat north of the Border the result will be deeply symbolic and could leave…

12:00am Wednesday 19 April 2017
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