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A WOMAN who broke her back during a horse riding lesson is suing the school for £20,000. Sarah Douglas, 35, claims the horse bolted as...

AWARD-WINNING Perth singer-songwriter Stella Reilly, a sixth-year student at Bridge of Earn's Kilgraston School, is bringing out her debut CD next month, taking her...

BEST-SELLING author Stuart MacBride is offering a murder tour of his hometown of Aberdeen to one lucky winner of the latest competition offered by...

LAZY and selfish Scottish students have squandered at least £5m in fines for failing to return library books on time. The nation’s colleges have fined...

BESTSELLING crime writer Peter James is offering a `dead good’ dinner to one lucky donor to the University of Dundee’s`Million For A Morgue’ campaign. A further...

SCOTLAND was on high alert as high winds battered the country today. The East of Scotland felt the full fury of the storms by around...

By Niamh Anderson THE Young Ones made undergraduate excess an art form but it seems they have nothing on Scotland’s students. Universities north of the border...

A SCOTTISH schoolboy is over the moon after receiving a message from outer space. Harry Campbell received the message from three astronauts on the International...

SCOTTISH universities are monitoring students' use of Facebook and Twitter and cracking down hard on those who criticise lecturers. Students have been severely disciplined and...

A SCOTTISH schoolboy’s first movie attempt has proved a massive hit – in space. Harry Campbell, 13, made a 15-minute film about his dream holiday...

The humble potato has twice as many genes as a humanTHE DNA of the humble spud has been cracked by Scots scientists, who discovered...

PRINCE William admitted to being “nerve-racked” on his visit to St Andrews today (Fri). The heir to the throne and Kate Middleton, who will marry...

A SCOTTISH health board has spent almost half a million pounds bribing smokers with shopping vouchers to encourage them to quit. The Quit 4 U...

COUNCIL chiefs in Edinburgh say they have staff out in force ready to tackle the next expected bout of winter weather. Forecasters have warned blizzards...

By Cara Sulieman SCOTLAND’S councils owe more than £9 billion between them according to new research, with only two local authorities not in debt. Combined with...

By Martin Graham LITERATURE may be the new rock and roll, but organisers are hoping that a new initiative to create a touring network for...

By Christine Lavelle BEEKEEPERS have welcomed a probe into why numbers of the garden insect have been plummeting in recent years. Numbers have plunged by as...

By Rory Reynolds TWO-thirds of children in parts of Scotland will be born to unmarried mothers within the next parliamentary session, according to new official...

By Paul Thornton THE former chairman of the Scottish Youth Parliament has branded the organisation a "talking and knocking shop" for youngsters obsessed with boozing,...

By Cara Sulieman A SCOTTISH artist has slammed the traditional village crafts fair for dumbing down the industry. Georgina Follett said that they focus too much...

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