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: Engineering services group EnerMech has acquired an Australian-based business in a move which takes it into the global electrical and instrumentation sector for the first...
: Retail sales north of the Border increased 4.3 per cent in December, providing a boost for businesses over the vital Christmas period.
: Another day, another set of dire statistics about the performance of Scotland’s NHS.
: There is perhaps no better illustration of the changing attitudes dominating Scotland’s justice system than the approach to female offenders.
: Scottish Parliament’s bid to avoid Westminster’s ‘us and them’ politics has fallen short in key areas writes Scott Macnab
: Heroin addicts in Scotland’s only women’s prison are being denied access to methadone unless they are jailed for more than six months, it has emerged.
: Scotland’s prosecution service is set to axe dozens of jobs as it seeks to find £1.5 million of savings with further cuts also earmarked in some costs involved with...
: British workers exposed to the elements account for 2 per cent of cases of the most deadly form of skin cancer, a study has found.
: Even tech-savvy Gmail users are falling victim to hackers who steal their login credentials, according to a security expert, who notes that increasingly sophisticated...
: A depraved murderer who dismembered a Montrose mother-of-three and hid her body parts in bins has been jailed for life.
: A message in a bottle dropped into the sea off Iceland has washed up in Scotland - despite predictions it would make landfall in Norway.
: THE creator of one of Scotland’s newest and most remote golf courses will share the story of its development with some of the sport’s leading international designers at ...
: A woman has welcomed a judge’s ruling which found she was raped by two footballers after they avoided a criminal trial.
: Nicola Sturgeon has warned that a second referendum on Scottish independence is now "more likely" after Theresa May set out plans to leave the EU single market after...
: An elusive 1m-long pike is being sought by contractors clearing fish from a stretch of the Union Canal being drained for maintenance.
: The Glasgow primary school where Sir Alex Ferguson learned to swim as a young boy is the latest historic property in Scotland to have its heritage protected.
: Theresa May has dealt a decisive blow to hopes of a compromise with the Scottish Government on Brexit, ruling out any separate deal to maintain its place in the...
: Britain will leave the European single market when it quits the European Union, Theresa May has said.
: This being a good time of year to reminisce, cast your mind back to your early days in the workplace.
: The number of children living in temporary accomodation rose by 17 per cent last year, according to a Scottish Government report published today.
: The sequel to Danny Boyle’s acclaimed comedy drama Trainspotting will feature an eclectic mix of punk and new wave hits, including songs by Blondie and The Clash.
: Craneware, the Edinburgh-based software company, today said it was on track to deliver a 15 per cent rise in revenues and underlying earnings for the first six months ...
: Brewgooder, the not-for-profit craft beer brand, is looking to get into more pubs and off licences after benefiting from a new funding package.
: A YOUNG woman is planning to become the first to trek solo across Jordan for a charity helping Syrian refugees and Jordanians in need.
: Sports minister Aileen Campbell is to meet some of Scotland’s top athletes today to promote positive coaching.
: Inflation has soared to its highest level in two-and-a-half years as air fares rose and the plunge in the pound started to affect food prices.
: A FIREFIGHTER who sustained life-changing injuries when a wall collapsed on him whilst tackling a blaze last year will be the focus of fundraising efforts by the Firefighters...
: The bulk of Stirling’s business community is poised to benefit from superfast broadband speeds following a deal between the city council and network specialist CityFibre.
: Sausage roll maker Greggs has reported stellar fourth-quarter trading as it prepares to refresh its drinks menu with the likes of vanilla latte and green tea.
: HUNDREDS of protesters are to march through the Capital’s streets to campaign against incoming US president Donald Trump.
: Engines maker Rolls-Royce has agreed to pay £671 million to British, US and Brazilian authorities to settle bribery and corruption claims.
: Channel 4 has taken a minority stake in a Glasgow-based production company, helping its creative team boost its range of factual programming across UK broadcasters.
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