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Heart inflammation found in patients after hospitalisation with Covid-19

ONE IN eight patients hospitalised with Covid-19 between May 2020 and March this year was later diagnosed with myocarditis - heart inflammation - according to...

The Apprentice Store becomes the first platinum accredited Scottish IT provider

INVERNESS-based IT services provider and social enterprise, The Apprentice Store, has become the first IT provider in Scotland to achieve platinum accreditation by Investors in...

Scots firm collaborates to tackle excessive noise in the workplace

WORKPLACE health risk prevention expert Reactec has teamed up with hearing protection tech specialists Minuendo to help companies actively prevent hearing damage in their workforce. Norway-based...

Scotland is facing a public health emergency amid low levels of physical activity

A MAJOR new report from the Spirit of 2012 states that 15 million adults across the UK are classed as physically inactive. In Scotland, nearly half...

Celebrity chef Tony Singh brings his Radge Chaat to Bonnie & Wild

TONY SINGH MBE unveiled his Radge Chaat Indian food stall at Bonnie & Wild in Edinburgh’s St James Quarter today following a soft launch on...

University of St Andrews takes steps towards net-zero targets

PLANS by the University of St Andrews for net-zero targets were given the seal of approval this week. The University plans to meet net zero targets,...

New Phoenix Hide rises at Loch Leven nature reserve

NATURESCOT have revealed a new hide on one of their Nature Reserves following the loss of the previous building last year. The new Phoenix Hide at...

Study finds link between poor mental health and escaping debt problems

A SCOTS university has published new research examining the impact of mental health on debt advice adherence. The study, published in the International Journal of Social...

Edinburgh Airport vehicles using vegetable oil to drive down emissions

VEHICLES operating at Edinburgh Airport are now being powered by vegetable oil as the airport continues to look at ways of reducing its emissions.  34 vehicles...

Sepsis charity announces awareness campaign alongside Government

A LEADING sepsis charity will work with the Scottish Government to run a national sepsis awareness campaign this year. The forthcoming partnership between Sepsis Research FEAT...

Dignitaries visit proposed Ayrshire eco-therapy wellness park

A GROUP of local dignitaries have paid a visit to a proposed eco-therapy wellness park, located on the site of the former Barony Colliery, near...

Norwegian tech companies complete merger in aid of shift to green energy

TWO MAJOR Norwegian tech companies have completed their merger in aid of the shift to green energy. In Autumn 2021, it was announced that Cegal and...

New evidence reveals Scots wages fall behind UK average

WAGES in Scotland are now lower than the rest of the UK, according to new evidence presented by Scotland’s largest trade union body.  Ahead of the...

Nicola Sturgeon takes part in Kiltwalk to raise awareness for Scots care charity

THE FIRST Minister Nicola Sturgeon joined thousands of walkers as she took part in the Kiltwalk. The First Minister walked alongside care experienced young people to...

Windsurfer Islay Watson returns to Loch Insh for masterclass

SCOTS windsurfer Islay Watson returned to her home club to run a masterclass for youngsters on the waters of Loch Insh. Islay Watson - who is...

Long Covid sufferer completes 66-mile cycle in Scotland

A NORTHERN Irishman who suffered serious ramifications due to "long Covid" has completed a 66-mile cycle in Inverness. 63-year-old Gerard McLarnon from Randalstown, County Antrim, has...

SELECT Earth Day video sees Minister urge woman to play a part in renewable technology revolution

ON THE eve of the annual Earth Day celebrations, Scottish Government Minister Lorna Slater has urged more women to join the construction industry and use their skills to build...

Clan Buchanan to reunite as chief takes the throne after 340 years

ONE OF Scotland’s largest and most ancient clans is preparing to reunite for the inauguration of the first Buchanan Clan Chief for over 340 years. Clan...

International windsurfer set to return to Loch Insh for masterclass

INTERNATIONAL windsurfer Islay Watson is set to run a special masterclass for young windsurfers at her home club at Loch Insh this weekend. Members of the...

Scotland’s Makar leads pledge support for national reading initiative

SCOTLAND'S Makar, Kathleen Jamie, is one of the first people in the country to pledge their support for the Keep the Heid and Read! campaign,...

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