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MPs to hear Scottish fruit growers' concerns over labour shortages
Shortages of fruit pickers combined with long periods of sunshine has led to produce being left to rot.
Survey suggests slowdown in number of Scots moving home
Research suggests activity may have been constrained by the low availability of the "right type" of homes.
Scotland's papers: Reprieve for exiled Catalan leader
Spain has dropped its attempt to extradite a Catalan minister from Scotland, the front pages report.
Ryanair flight cancellations affect 4,000 people
The Irish low-cost airline is facing a series of walkouts by staff over working conditions.
Woman raped in grounds of Stevenston church
Police are trying to locate two men who helped the victim after she was attacked in Stevenston, North Ayrshire.
David Walliams 'thrilled' to edit Beano 80th birthday edition
The actor and children's author has created a new character for the 80th anniversary edition of the comic.
Turbine size increase sought at wind farm near Loch Doon
A company wants to build taller structures in order to "maximise potential renewable energy generation".
Motorcyclist dies in two-vehicle A385 crash
The fatal collision involving a motorbike and a car happened on the A835 near Garve.
Spain withdraws Clara Ponsati arrest warrant
The former Catalan education minister has been battling against extradition after being arrested in Scotland.
Teenager admits murder bid on Syrian refugee in Edinburgh
The 25-year-old Syrian man was stabbed six times, mainly in the chest, and suffered life-threatening injuries.
Orange Walk called off after Glasgow Priest attack
The walk, due to pass a church where a sectarian attack took place on Saturday, has been postponed.
Tory chief whip Julian Smith under fire in pairing row
Julian Smith faces pressure after an MP was told to break a pact and take part in a key Brexit vote.
First power exported from Beatrice Offshore Wind Farm
One of the first of 84 turbines to be installed in the firth was involved in generating the electricity.
UK's largest Lego event under way in Glasgow
A 200,000-brick elephant is one of the centrepieces of Bricklive, billed as the UK's largest Lego convention, in Glasgow.
'Humiliating climbdown for Spanish judiciary' on Clara Ponsati
Lawyer Aamer Anwar says Spain's withdrawal of a European arrest warrant for Clara Ponsati is a 'humiliating climbdown'.
Drone swoops in to spot missing climber in the Himalayas
A climber has been describing the moment he was spotted by a drone after a fall in the Himalayas.
Artificial intelligence house helps disabled people
The FitHome has been specially designed to monitor the health of people with disabilities.
Would you eat bread baked with insects?
Four students want to create a more sustainable model of food production.
'Young people shouldn't have to live like this'
Youth unemployment rates are falling but what's it like to be a young worker?
Scot directs new film on WW2 Polish fighters
Hurricane, by Scottish director David Blair, tells the story of Poles who fought alongside the RAF at the Battle of Britain.
The robot chemist that does its own research
University researchers have built a robot that uses artificial intelligence to discover new molecules.
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Europa League qualifier: Runavík 4-6 Hibernian (5-12)
Hibernian progress to the second round of Europa League qualifying after a crazy 10-goal second leg against Runavik in the Faroe Islands.
The Open 2018: Tiger Woods leaves Russell Knox in awe of 'mythical' playing partner
BBC Scotland's Tom English finds Russell Knox having an emotionally difficult opening Open round alongside his hero Tiger Woods.
Dismantling The Mack
New images show the painstaking task of partially dismantling the fire-ravaged Glasgow School of Art building.
A case of Deja vu
BBC Scotland arts correspondent Pauline McLean analyses the latest goings on at arts body Creative Scotland.
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The World Cup runner up's Scots-born analyst said the Croatians were in a 'happy place' heading into the France game.
Ready for launch
Has the Highland site now made it to the launch pad in the race to host the UK's space industry?