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Holiday flight departs after 38-hour delay

A flight from Aberdeen to Portugal has finally taken off after being delayed since early on Thursday morning.

Celtic to close 'Green Brigade' section

Celtic say the Green Brigade section of the club's stadium will be closed for the next two games "amid serious safety concerns".

Orkney archaeologists excited by incense pot discovery

The Neolithic pot is believed to be only the fifth example of its type ever found in the British Isles

Blair Logan admits murdering brother in fire attack

Blair Logan poured petrol onto his brother and set it alight, killing him and injuring his girlfriend.

Man admits killing drug dealer over £10 in Kirkcaldy

The 46-year-old repeatedly stabbed James Beveridge, 41, on the head, neck and body in Kirkcaldy.

Maersk Oil says Culzean field 'on track for first gas'

Maersk Oil made the announcement after installing the last of three jackets at the Culzean gas field.

Spectators 'told to move' before crash at Snowman rally

Witness describes how race officials tried to move onlookers before the fatal crash near Inverness.

Jeremy Corbyn to tour SNP-held constituencies

The Labour leader will spend five days speaking to Scottish voters in marginal seats.

Corrie Mckeague: 'Nothing found' in airman landfill search

Police end landfill search for missing airman Corrie Mckeague, who they say had "slept in rubbish".

Scots NFU backs post-Brexit farm deal

Farmers' leaders say approach signalled by UK environment secretary "chimes" with their thinking.

Two in court over murder of Euan Johnston in Glasgow

The men appear in private at Glasgow Sheriff Court accused of killing Euan Johnston.

Liverpool sign Scotland defender for £10m

Liverpool sign Hull's Andrew Robertson in an initial £8m deal, with midfielder Kevin Stewart going the other way.

Shetland man jailed for child abuse images

The 58-year-old man had hundreds of thousands of indecent images of children stored on 35 hard drives.

Man abandoned as a baby in 1950s meets long-lost brothers

A man who was abandoned as a baby in a cinema toilet in the 1950s has met his long-lost brothers in Scotland.

New Royal Navy frigate named HMS Glasgow

The first of eight new Royal Navy Type 26 frigates is named HMS Glasgow.

'Shock and chaos' of attack on Aberdeen fans

A man who witnessed an attack on Aberdeen fans in Bosnia says it was a shocking experience ahead of the team's Europa League tie.

Divers recover World War Two Highball bomb

A team of divers have recovered a historic Highball bouncing bomb from a loch in Argyll.

MP wears Scotland football top in the House of Commons

An SNP MP has worn a Scotland football shirt in the House of Commons to show her support for the women's team ahead of their clash with England.

North Sea cod 'recovers' from overfishing

Sustainably sourced North Sea cod is back on the menu after the Marine Stewardship Council said stocks have recovered from overfishing.

Clydesdale Bank sets launch date for plastic £10 note

The bank new £10 polymer note is among several plastic £10 notes that are due to enter circulation this autumn.

Judo's Inglis says brain injury has affected senses

Stephanie Inglis is recovering from serious injuries she suffered in a road accident in Vietnam last year.

Scotland's papers: Brexit team 'unprepared'

The UK's Brexit negotiation team has been accused of not having a clear position on important issues.

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Ross County 0-0 Hibernian (4-3 on pens)

Ross County go four points clear at the top of League Cup Group D as they take the bonus point from the penalty shoot-out after a 0-0 draw with Hibernian.

Ross County 0-0 Hibs: Neil Lennon says there was 'a gulf' between his side and the hosts

Hibernian's Neil Lennon claims his side were a class above Ross County despite the hosts winning a penalty shoot-out after a 0-0 draw.

The Open 2017: Richie Ramsay delighted with chance to chase leader Spieth

Richie Ramsay is full of confidence as he qualifies for the final two rounds of the Open along with David Drysdale.

Europa League: Aberdeen underdogs against Apollon Limassol - Georgios Efrem

Aberdeen will be underdogs in their Europa League qualifier against Apollon Limassol, says former Rangers midfielder Georgios Efrem.

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Prize designs

Six buildings are on the shortlist for the 22nd annual Royal Institute of British Architects (Riba) Stirling Prize for the UK’s best new building.

Homeless village

The Social Bite Village in Edinburgh's Granton will consist of 10 two-bedroom homes.

Beaver benefits

Researchers at Stirling University say the animals have "exceptional" abilities to rebuild wetland.



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