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A tartan made by nursing students is the first tartan to celebrate the profession

A TARTAN incorporating the colours of Scotland’s national nurse uniform has been created by nursing students and is the first of its kind to celebrate...

Film club seeks film fans aged 11-18 to join its Youth Advisory Council

A SCOTTISH film club have announced they are looking for film fans aged 11 - 18 to join their Youth Advisory Council (YAC). The Into Film...

Annual fishing fleet survey returns as researchers head to ports across UK

FISHING vessel owners and skippers are encouraged to take part in the annual survey of the UK fishing fleet. This year’s survey begins on Monday 5 July and will...

Science Festival turns Edinburgh into a science playground this summer

A SCIENCE Festival is currently underway, presenting over 200 digital and in-person events for sci-curious minds of all ages. The Edinburgh Science Festival has the theme...

Dundee comic book artists illustrate diverse range of creative careers

TWO university graduates are challenging stereotypes surrounding careers in creative industries in their newest comic venture. Ashling Larkin and Cat Laird, both graduates of the University...

Funding for international projects ahead of COP26.

FIRST Minister Nicola Sturgeon has stressed Scotland’s commitment to making sure people across the world benefit from a just transition to net zero. Speaking today at...

Edinburgh’s August festival season starts with outdoor, waterside cinema

THE programme for a weekend of free outdoor screenings at Port Edgar Marina on July 31 and August 1 2021, has been unveiled. Film Fest on...

Physics innovation set to transform capabilities of Scottish manufacturing

Researchers have secured £586,000 to develop 3D laser beams whose shape can be changed. The innovation from the National Robotarium, hosted by Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh...

Online exhibition reconnects Scottish city with its past

STUDENTS at a Scottish university are turning snippets of local life into art as part of a new online exhibition. Illustration students at Duncan of Jordanstone College...

A 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...

Study reveals the best cities to live and work remotely from

THE best cities to live and work remotely from have been revealed by looking at data on legislation, costs and overall livability. The results from...

First shows of an Edinburgh writing festival have been announced

A THEATRE announces the first shows of its 2021 festival, which will include in-person, outdoor, and online events. This year more than ever, the Traverse Theatre...

Young people urged to apply for Job Start Payment

THE Social Justice Secretary has urged eligible young people to apply for Job Start Payment if they are starting a new job after a period...

Elite athletes paired with Covid sufferers for recovery promotion project

INTERNATIONAL elite athletes, coaches and sports figures share their experiences of unexpected setbacks and coping strategies with people who have been impacted by Covid. The Sport...

Nostalgia could help drive holiday planning this summer

THE national tourism organisation believes with staycations set to be popular this year, an increasing number of visitors will turn to holiday experiences from the...

Free programme designed to unlock Scotland’s scale up economy

ENTREPRENEURS looking to scale their business are being invited to apply for a programme that is designed to support unlocking the scale up economy. Free to...

Scottish mothers create new affordable payroll service

KNOWING the pressure of juggling work and life, plus the responsibility of a domestic employee, two women have come up with a solution that buys...

A secret “lager line” is rewarding people with free beers

BEER lovers are in for a treat today with a craft brewer revealing the number to its secret WhatsApp ‘Lager Line’, with free beer up...

Glasgow ex-teacher beats brain surgery with ‘surprisingly trendy’ wheelchair

A 40 year old from Bishopton near Glasgow, has discovered that powered wheelchairs can be ‘cool for younger people’ with the WHILL Model C. Jenna McKernan...

Young chef making a name for himself as he reveals new dishes

FAST making a name for himself as an up-and-coming young chef is the 26-year-old Chef de Partie, at a Hotel in Coupar Angus. Jordan McDonald, 26,...

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