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Students first class response to cancer diagnosis at a key point in her studies

A STUDENT who was diagnosed with a rare cancer at a key point in her studies has successfully graduated from university with a first class...

Leading health experts are calling for better alcohol labelling

HEALTH experts are calling for better alcohol labelling as new research suggests that most of the public do not know the nutritional information of popular...

Scholarships to get women and people from ethnic minorities into tech

A NEW tech course from a Scottish university will include a scholarship programme for female and ethnic minority applicants. Abertay’s MSc Applied Artificial Intelligence (AI) and User...

Return to office could cut home energy bills by £21 million a week

IF every homeworker returned to the office for one day a week, it would save an estimated £21 million on weekly energy bills. Workers are cautious...

Ski platform is among only a handful of travel businesses to secure finance

A GAME-changing ski instructor platform is among only a handful of travel businesses to secure finance from the UK Government’s Future Fund. The trio behind the...

The mobile vaccination timetable has been extended

THE vaccination bus will operate this weekend to reach as many over 18s as possible meaning more people will get “Jagged in July”. The mobile unit...

Natural capital and rewilding boosts sales of Scottish estates

A RURAL property consultancy says demand for land for natural capital and rewilding is boosting the market for Scottish estates. The property firm Galbraith has sold...

Nature agency calls on Scots to put water out for wildlife this summer

SCOTLAND'S nature agency, is urging everyone to take simple steps, such as putting out water for wildlife this summer. NatureScot hopes doing this will help...

Triple success for graduands at a competition for new designers

THREE soon-to-be graduates from a Scottish university have scooped top prizes at this year’s New Designers Awards. Nick Fitzpatrick, Finlay Grant, and Ying (Vicky) Huang, from the...

Scots treated to free strawberry delivery tomorrow ahead of Wimbledon

A PREMIUM berry brand has teamed up with a milk delivery company to deliver thousands of punnets of Scottish strawberries ahead of the Wimbledon finals...

Health bosses warn “no mask” policy could be a setback

HEALTHCARE bosses warn that the "no mask" policy could ignite a "setback" to the start of the pandemic as the virus was first transmitted by...

The “genius” cooking hack that keeps midges at bay has been revealed

WITH lots of midges expected this year, experts have revealed a delicious way to evade the ferocious Highland Midge using a simple combination of ingredients. Developed...

Whisky distillery opens its doors to a new visitor experience

WHISKY lovers are invited back to Speyside to explore the multi-million pound redesign of its landmark visitor experience. The Glenlivet, the original Speyside single malt, welcomes...

A TV project is coming up which will create an opportunity for Gaelic speakers

A SCOTTISH TV channel has a new project coming up for a children's puppet series called Meaban’s Moo. The show will be on BBC ALBA which...

Police officers coughed and spat on in bid by criminals to transmit Covid

SEVERAL police officers in Scotland were coughed, sneezed and spat on by criminals trying to spread Covid-19 in the first three months of the year,...

Competition doubles young entrepreneur support with £75,000 cash injection

THE Scottish Government has agreed to award an additional £75,000 in recognition of the number of promising high-growth businesses identified. The funding from Scottish Enterprise comes...

Judy Murray helps to launch new tennis resource for parents and carers

JUDY Murray will help create a resource for parents and carers that will give children and young people across Scotland the opportunity to develop tennis...

Scientists offer insight into riddle of blue and red galaxies’ origins

ASTRONOMERS have shed light on the mystery of why some galaxies look blue while others appear red. New computer simulations have revealed that the contrasting colours...

Glacial melt in the high Mountains of Asia accelerating as summers warm

GLACIERS in High Mountain Asia have been melting more quickly in recent years due to rising summer temperatures. Glacier melt prevails now even in areas where...

Coronavirus Test and Protect to prioritise high risk cases

SCOTLAND'S Test and Protect contact tracing staff are to prioritise phone calls to high risk cases to ensure the system delivers maximum benefit as Coronavirus...

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