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: Anna Dove looks at the landmark buildings occupied by The Scotsman for the past two centuries
: On this title’s 200th anniversary, it’s time to celebrate its remarkable story says Donald Walker
: Hospital bosses have thanked T2 Trainspotting director Danny Boyle after he singled them out for praise - for saving the life of a key crew member.
: If the justices of the Supreme Court had ruled that the Scottish Parliament did have to hold a vote to authorise Article 50, it would have triggered a...
: A landmark new target for half of all Scotland’s energy to come from renewable sources by 2030 has been proposed under Scotland’s first ever integrated energy...
: SHE WAS the girl piper who joined the suffragette movement at its peak and attracted the attention of some of the most influential figures of the twentieth...
: From Atholl Brose, to Glasgow Punch and a glass of Whipkull, Scotland has a potent history of alcoholic drinks that were brewed, stirred and strained for all...
: The cost of producing energy via offshore windfarms in the UK has fallen 32 per cent since 2012, a new report has found.
: Murgitroyd, the Glasgow-based firm of patent attorneys, saw its shares slump by almost a fifth today after warning that its full-year results will fall short of City hopes.
: RUSSELL Macmillan, a registered blind 52-year-old from Glasgow, is celebrating the curing of his diabetes after 34 years of injections thanks to a lifesaving pancreas and...
: THE parents of a premature baby who was born weighing less than 4lbs are hosting a novelty ‘Boilersuit Ball’ to raise funds for the medics who saved her life.
: Nicola Sturgeon claimed Scotland’s voice is being ignored and stepped up her calls for indyref2 after the Supreme Court ruled Holyrood should not get a say on...
: Low-cost airline EasyJet has revealed a fresh £35 million hit as it takes a hammering from the weak pound, while it also outlined the impact of the Christmas market attack in...
: A bride-to-be who shed more than half her original 19 stone weight after being ashamed that she could not fit into a rollercoaster seat has won a slimming award.
: More than 200 years after his death, Burns Night is still one of the most important occasions for Scots the world over.His poetry is as loved now as it was when it spilled from the...
: taff at a sea life centre held an underwater inauguration for a frogfish that looks like Donald Trump.
: Australia’s most populous city, Sydney has an international reputation as an excellent place to live. However, this may not have come about, were it not for a number of distinguished and determined...
: Recruitment industry veteran and serial angel investor Paul Atkinson has been hired by iMultiply as the Edinburgh-based firm sets out a goal to double turnover.
: A young doctor who raised thousands of pounds for charity has died from a cancer that runs in his family.
: What better time than on the day of Donald Trump’s inauguration to celebrate Calexico’s cross-border identity and their many collaborations with their Latino neighbours to the south of their Arizona...
: If it really was the end of the world, Johnny Lynch would be one of the high priests you’d want to be administering your last rites. “There was a lot of death destruction and weirdness in the last...
: One of the great joys in hearing 29-year-old Nicola Benedetti play the traditional warhorses of the violin concerto repertoire these days is to see how far she has travelled as a...
: The Supreme Court has ruled that devolved administrations will not have a say in the activation of a clause that will begin Britain’s exit from the European Union.
: There has been a sudden burst of interest from top Scottish politicians in this year’s NFU Scotland’s AGM, annual dinner and conference in Glasgow in a fortnight’s time.
: Two of Scotland’s most iconic foods – Scotch Beef and Scotch Lamb – will be given a high profile in Germany at International Green Week Berlin, the world’s biggest food,...
: A planning and development consultancy has opened an office in Glasgow, its first outside London, and is already working on a series of high-profile contracts.
: Sky is ramping up its TV production portfolio by taking stakes in British indie firms Chrysalis Vision and True North for an undisclosed sum.
: Edinburgh Airport has advised passengers to contact their airlines as flights towards the south of the UK are still affected by adverse weather conditions.
: North Sea producer EnQuest is to become the operator of BP’s Sullom Voe terminal in the Shetland Islands as part of an $85 million (£68m) deal with the oil major.
: Two Aberdeenshire healthcare facilities have been sold to a London-based investment group for a total of £7.2 million.
: The number of high-value fraud cases reaching Scottish courts fell last year, but the total value soared amid a UK-wide resurgence of “super cases” and cyber crime.
: Brexit was fuelled by increasing voter distrust of politicians and a decline in the quality of democracy, a survey has found.
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