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Salmon farm begins to monitor sea lice for “greater transparency” in fishing

A SCOTTISH salmon farm has agreed to start a programme to monitor and audit its weekly sea lice count as part of its effort for...

Honours of Scotland on display once again as tourist attractions reopen

THE Honours of Scotland are set to go on public display again as the lockdown restrictions ease. The Honours, which includes the Crown and Sceptre of...

Scottish tourists line up to be “locked in” prison after lockdown

A SCOTTISH tourist  destination is preparing to reopen to visitors after months of lockdown.    Stirling Old Town Jail has benefited from investment to transform the...

Study uncovers why some females may be more susceptible to disease

FINDINGS from a study claim to help explain why some females may be more predisposed to disease, suffer worse outcomes of virus infections or respond...

New “whole-animal” restaurant set to open in Edinburgh’s West End

A NEW whole-animal cooking style restaurant is opening this July in the West End of Edinburgh. Palmerston restaurant will use the whole-animal method in which every...

Analysis reveals the places in the UK with the biggest increase in house prices

NEW analysis of the latest official ONS figures has revealed where Scotland has had the biggest increase in average house prices. The analysis discovered that the...

Funding awarded to help researchers find a potential cure for malaria

RESEARCHERS have been awarded funding to identify compounds that could help create a single-dose treatment for malaria. The University of Dundee's Drug Discovery Unit (DDU), will utilise  funding...

Study reveals children are enjoying to read more due to lockdown

CHILDREN in Scotland's reading skills are improving and they are enjoying reading more during the pandemic. The study by Renaissance Learning analysed the reading habits of...

Family Business’ Rum Wins Global Award For Taste

A family-owned highland craft distillery has been revealed to be a winner in the World Rum Awards 2021. Pixel Spirits' White Rum was the overall...

Scottish Investment firm trolled online after changing name

A SCOTTISH asset management firm has been trolled online after re-imagining  its name to make it "digitally enabled" Standard Life Aberdeen (SLA) has faced mockery after...

Jewelers reveal new renovations to historic showroom

An EDINBURGH jeweler business has announced the reopening of its renovated showroom on this week. Hamilton and Inches opened yesterday to the public as coronavirus restrictions...

“Callous criminals” targeting Inverclyde residents in phone scam attacks

POLICE have warned residents in Inverclyde to be vigilant of scammers after  a woman reported her National Insurance Number had been compromised. Renfrewshire and Inverclyde Police...

People Asked to ‘Care for the Environment’ When Visiting the Countryside

NATIONAL nature agencies have issued guidance to Scots enjoying the countryside as covid restrictions ease. Scotland's environment agencies asking people to follow three steps: ‘Care for...

Edinburgh Hotel Checks In 20,000 Honey Making Guests

AN Edinburgh hotel has partnered with a Scottish honey-producing firm to put beehives on its roof with over 20,000 bees now taking up residency on...

New device to help impaired stroke patients improve arm function.

A NEW device is lending hope to stroke patients with arm and hand problems as a new device is being hailed as being able to...

Magical Edinburgh venue set to welcome guests back next week

A MAGIC inspired venue is set to return to Edinburgh this year after announcing plans to reopen its doors next week. The Cauldron, tipped as “Edinburgh’s...

Just Your Outfit accused of using “marmot and racoon fur” in “faux fur” beanie hat

AN ONLINE retailer has been accused of selling real animal fur which it had told customers was faux. Just Your Outfit are alleged to have sold at least one...

End of the Line? Five million households no longer use their home phone

LANDLINE telephones are "in terminal decline" according to new research which shows four million UK homes hung up their handsets in the past 20 years. The...

Scientists celebrate rediscovery of insect that went missing 30 years ago

A SPECIES of insect once thought to be extinct has been rediscovered in Scotland 30 years after its last sighting The cow wheat shieldbug in over...

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