Tuesday, January 21, 2020

An online resource for tracking the movements of some of the largest and rarest creatures in British waters has been expanded. The Skatespotter website, which...

The University academic who helped prepare Edinburgh-based adventurer Mollie Hughes for her epic expedition to the South Pole has saluted her success. Scott Graham praised...

 International law firm Addleshaw Goddard is strengthening its Aberdeen team with the appointment of Robert Phillips as Legal Director. A specialist employment and business immigration...

HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT Scotland (HES) have launched a new event to celebrate Gaelic culture as part of the Year of Coasts of Waters 2020. Aiseag, which...

A new exhibition of landscape paintings by an award-winning Scottish artist has gone on display at her former University. Ellis O'Connor, from Dundee will showcasing...

VIDEO has emerged of raw sewage seeping into a popular fishing river. The stomach churning clip shows human waste pouring into the river South Esk...

HILARIOUS video shows a Scot taking 17 hours to set up a blow-up spa pool - in his living room. Derek Snedden spent the whole...

A nationwide public information campaign has been announced by the Scottish government encouraging families to enroll their children for funded early learning and childcare. The...

THE SCOTTISH Child Abuse Inquiry published its findings yesterday and concluded that children suffered physical, emotional and sexual abuse. The inquiry was into into residential institutions run...

National Records of Scotland (NRS) and National Museums Scotland have announced a programme of public events to mark the 700th anniversary of the Declaration...

A project which aims to keep calves with their mothers for longer is among those that will share more than £340,000 of investment. Awarded through...

The famous cantilever clock on the corner of Edinburgh’s Princes Street and Hope Street is to be lovingly restored as part of the project...

New regulations will be developed to ensure all new homes use renewable or low carbon heating from 2024. This move to increase energy efficiency and...

AN academic has received death threats after a lost seal was rescued from a beach with a tracking device attached to its neck. The pictures...

AN unreconstructed Yorkshireman bought his girlfriend cleaning equipment for Christmas - and it wasn't a joke. Javed Easton beautifully wrapped the gifts, which comprised a...

CELEBRITY chef Tom Kitchin has failed his fourth restaurant hygiene inspection in nine months. Kitchin's £40-a-head gastro pub in Edinburgh has become the most recent...

THE car that took tragic racing legend Jim Clark on his last journey is up for sale for £40,000. Clark was one of the greatest...

EDINBURGH Airport have been branded "bandits" after putting up their pick-up zone charge to £5 - thought to be the highest such fee in...
Nicola Sturgeon at the Fringe

The democratic case for Scotland having the ability to choose its own constitutional future is published today in a new document. The paper – entitled...

DEPUTY First Minister John Swinney today heard an end-of-term report from students on a newly-launched teacher training programme. Edinburgh Napier University had welcomed the first...
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