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: Aid from a Scottish charity has saved the lives of refugees living on the streets in freezing conditions in the Balkans, a volunteer has said.
: The dive in the pound since the Brexit vote will prompt a “hard rebalancing” of the UK economy away from consumer spending and towards exports, an influential new think-tank...
: With clients ranging from The Queen to the Scottish Parliament, a small company in Forres has been playing a leading role in Scotland’s renewables revolution for more ...
: Schools in Scotland’s capital were closed for almost 500 days last year as a result of PFI-related safety fears, new figures have revealed.
: Amid the Niagara of news and comment on Brexit, a worrying trend is slipping by with little discussion: the growing disparity in economic performance between Scotland ...
: The Scot who helmed the firm behind one of the world’s best-selling video game series has set up a series of new companies amid an acrimonious legal battle with ...
: Diabetes is one of the most pressing modern health problems. Nearly 350 million people worldwide are affected by the disease and rates of both type 1 and 2 diabetes are on ...
: In the darkest of times, you take your comfort where you find it. Waking up on Friday morning to see images of #bridgesnotwalls banners draped on river crossings from London ...
: The SNP government is running out of options to find support to get its budget passed after the pro-independence Greens warned they won’t back the...
: At least 16 people were killed after a bus taking Hungarian schoolchildren home from a trip to France was engulfed in a fireball after slamming into a road barrier in northern...
: Twenty people were killed and scores injured after a bomb exploded at a bustling market in Pakistan yesterday.
: Turkey will hold a referendum on whether to greatly expand the powers of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s office.
: ART is considered to be a hugely important part of Scotland’s national consciousness, here are five of our favourite iconic paintings currently on display around Scotland.
: ANY moves by the UK Government to limit immigration could “seriously harm” Scotland’s economy, a Holyrood minister has warned.
: ScotRail warn passengers that trains may be delayed or cancelled until the end of service today, with services through Motherwell heavily affected by a signalling fault.
: FOR some, the idea of a night out with no alcohol is ludicrous.
: BOXING gym boss Bradley Welsh takes his big screen bow in T2 Trainspotting on Sunday – but it was very nearly the film debut that never happened.
: THOUSANDS of women and men have gathered together outside of the US consulate in Edinburgh as part of a global “solidarity” march in the wake of the inauguration...
: FIRST Minister Nicola Sturgeon congratulated Donald Trump on his inauguration as protests were held around the country.
: Celtic have been linked with Nigerian forward Henry Onyekuru, Aberdeen are considering a move for Celtic’s Kris Commons and...
: Much of the progress made in the former President’s first four years in office was undone during his second term says Ross Douthat
: So remote looked the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency for much of last year that yesterday’s inauguration had an almost surreal quality.
: The fund management industry is coming under intense – and justifiable – scrutiny, says Gareth Shaw
: Mike Welch, the founder of online tyre-fitter Blackcircles.com, is expanding the Borders business into Asia following its £50 million takeover by industry giant Michelin.
: Arcade Fire has joined the list of bands releasing music in protest against Donald Trump’s presidency.
: Police deployed pepper spray in a chaotic confrontation a few blocks away from Donald Trump’s inauguration in Washington yesterday as protesters registered their rage...
: In paper and ink, it captures the grandeur of Scotland – to mark the birthday of the newspaper that has chronicled the country for two centuries.
: UK retail sales fell at the fastest rate in nearly five years last month, as shoppers spent less on clothing, footwear and household goods in the run-up to Christmas.
: AN online video conferencing platform set up four years ago has been awarded a six-figure grant to help create up to 24 jobs over the next 18 months.
: Terrible retail sales figures for December announced yesterday were a douche of cold water on an otherwise steady stream of largely positive economic data since the...
: Mike Welch, the founder of online tyre-fitter Blackcircles.com, is expanding the Borders business into Asia following its £50 million takeover by industry giant Michelin.
: A man with a history of mental health and drug abuse issues drove into a street crowded with pedestrians in Australia’s second-largest city, killing at least four people,...
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