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Scots actor Brian Cox sends message of support to Dundee libraries

RENOWNED Scots actor Brian Cox has sent a message of support to libraries in Dundee ahead of a reading celebration week. Cox has sent support to...

Contracts worth £2bn awarded to boost UK submarine programme

CONTRACTS worth over £2bn have been awarded to begin the third major phase of the UK's future submarine nuclear deterrent programme. The defence contracts have been...

Scots university professor appointed as Chaplain to The Queen

A SCOTS professor at The University of Aberdeen has been appointed as a Chaplain to Her Majesty The Queen. Professor John Swinton has been appointed to...

Scots housing group announces new Chief Executive

A SCOTS housing group has announced the appointment of its new Chief Executive. Steven Henderson is to be the new Chief Executive of Wheatley Group -...

Neurodiversity takes centre stage at this year’s XpoNorth conference

A SCOTS business support programme is aiming to help shine a light on neurodiversity as part of their annual conference. XpoNorth acts as a specialist support...

Mental health fund secures £15m for second year

A COMMUNITY mental health fund has been awarded a further £15m as it aims to tackle social isolation, loneliness and mental health inequalities. The Communities Mental...

Borders Book Festival set to return with host of popular names

THE BORDERS Book Festival is set to return for the first time in three years, with organisers eager to welcome a host of well-known names. A...

Scots book festival opening weekend to feature range of famous faces

A SCOTS book festival is set to play host to a range of famous faces in its upcoming opening weekend. Glasgow’s Aye Write book festival starts tomorrow (May...

Mountain Bike World Cup to make its return to Scottish Highlands

THE MOUNTAIN Bike World Cup is set to return to Scotland for the first time since before the pandemic. For the first time since 2019, the Mercedes-Benz...

Scots WW1 heroine to be immortalised as search for sculptor begins

A SCOTS WW1 heroine is to be immortalised in the form of a statue as the search for a sculptor begins. A hefty sum has been...

Edinburgh hotel announces St Columba’s Hospice Care as charity of the year

A RENOWNED Edinburgh hotel has announced St Columba’s Hospice Care as its chosen charity of the year. InterContinental Edinburgh The George made the announcement as its...

Scots cyclist had no memory of husband and kids after horror car smash

A SCOTS cyclist who was hit by a car revealed she woke from a coma with no memory of her husband and children.  Emma Feesey, 48,...

Scots shopkeepers: “Vaping promotion ban would hit disadvantaged hardest”

SCOTS shopkeepers have raised concerns about the suggestion of outlawing in-store displays in a response to a Scottish Government consultation. The Scottish Grocers' Federation (SGF) says...

Highlands and Islands in the spotlight as Royal Highland Show celebrates 200 years 

SCOTS firms are set to appear at the Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh this summer as the event returns in person for the first time...

Government outlines next steps in Scotland’s aquaculture system

THE NEXT steps in reforming Scotland’s aquaculture regulatory system have been outlined by Rural Affairs Secretary Mairi Gougeon. Speaking at an industry sector conference in Aviemore,...

Scots students planning 24hr charity radio broadcast in aid of Ukraine

A GROUP of Scots students are preparing to go live on radio for 24 hours in a push to raise funds for Ukraine. Journalism students from...

Scots island declared safe for seabirds after “elusive” lone rat threatened colonies

A SCOTS island has finally been declared safe for seabirds, following a successful project to remove an "elusive" lone rat which threatened colonies for over...

Young Scots musicians to be supported by £50k Eilidh’s Trust fund

YOUNG Scots musicians are set to benefit from a £50,000 funding scheme to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the Manchester Arena attack. The scheme will commemorate...

Scots families consider legal action over Covid-19 care home deaths

SCOTS families are reportedly considering legal action over the deaths of relatives in care homes due to Covid-19. Families who lost loved ones in Scotland’s care...

Planning approvals for education and hospitality projects in Scotland lead the UK

A NEW report has revealed that Scotland is leading the UK in its planning approvals for eduction and hospitality projects. The March Super Sectors report from...

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