Saturday, May 8, 2021

Skyrora Launches Online Store to Inspire Future Space Commanders

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SCOTTISH rocket company Skyrora has launched its own online merchandise store with all profits going towards activities to support the next generation of UK space experts.Since starting up the online store four months ago,...

Glasgow’s top walking locations revealed by Scottish charity

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FAMILIES in Glasgow can beat boredom and freshen up their walking routes with help from Scotland's national walking charity.Paths for All has launched its Spring Path Days campaign to help inspire families to enjoy...

Stirling’s top spots for a family outdoor walk

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FAMILIES in Stirling can beat boredom and freshen up their walking routes with help from Scotland's national walking charity.Stirling Head Quartered Paths for All has launched its Spring Path Days campaign to help inspire...

Walking charity shares Edinburgh’s top spots to switch up family stroll

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FAMILIES in Edinburgh can beat boredom and freshen up their walking routes with help from Scotland's national walking charity.Paths for All has launched its Spring Path Days campaign to help inspire families to enjoy...
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People Asked to ‘Care for the Environment’ When Visiting the Countryside

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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 the environment,’ ‘respect the interests of others,' and ‘be...
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Edinburgh Hotel Checks In 20,000 Honey Making Guests

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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 the hotel.Eden Locke Hotel in George Street has partnered...

Surgeons Quarter primed for opening of Al Fresco oasis

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Surgeons Quarter, which operates the city’s largest independent hotel alongside a host of venues and outlets owned by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd), is marking the easing of lockdown with the...
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Magical Edinburgh venue set to welcome guests back next week

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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 most magical venue” has announced its Wizard Afternoon Tea...
Bacteria-Scottish News

£1.5 million granted to world-leading scientist to study bacteria

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NEW research is being conducted to see how bacteria protect themselves against viral attack.A world-leading scientist from the University of St Andrews has been awarded £1.5M by the European Research Council (ERC) to study...
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New face mask technology aims to improve protection from Covid-19

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A SCOTTISH university is using new developments in technology to create a face mask that is more effective in stopping the spread of Covid-19Scientists at the University of Aberdeen are using “game changing” technology...
Child poverty in the UK-Scottish News

Nearly four out of 10 children in single parent families live in poverty

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A NEW report released today shows that 'nearly four out of 10 children in single parent families in Scotland live in poverty'.The research conducted by One Parent Families Scotland(OPFS), suggests that the Scottish Government...
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The benefits of walking in a pandemic to be explored in research project

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A RESEARCH project is asking people across the UK to take part in a survey to help capture the experiences of walking in a pandemic. The investigation led by The University of Glasgow hopes to find out if more people are out walking...
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Scottish festivals set to make their return this summer

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AFTER a year hiatus, two Scottish festivals are making their awaited return to the music scene this summer.Edinburgh Summer Sessions and TRNSMT are making a comeback after the two events were cancelled last year...
Jean Cran-Scottish News

Scots gran who should “probably be dead” celebrates milestone birthday

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A SCOTTISH grandmother celebrated her 70th birthday last week - two years after she almost died plunging 50ft off a rock face.Jean Cran from Airdrie, North Lanarkshire, went to hospital with a hairline skull...

Hyper-real tours are a stroke of genius for tech-savvy art gallery

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Tech pioneer’s virtual tours take Morningside venue to a worldwide audienceAN INNOVATIVE art gallery which allowed passers-by to curate its window displays during lockdown has gone a step further – helping pioneer a new...
Jack Nicklaus - Business News Scotland

Jack Nicklaus golf course at Ury, Stonehaven tees off

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WORK has begun on the construction for a new 18-hole championship golf course on Ury Estate, Stonehaven.The Jack Nicklaus golf course has already had work begin on the land to prepare it for construction...
Daisy Narayanan - Scottish News

Urbanism expert appointed to lead on Edinburgh’s sustainable placemaking future

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A PLANNING and Transport expert has been appointed to a new role within The City of Edinburgh Council bringing together placemaking and transport strategy.Daisy Narayanan will take up her new position as As Mobility...
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Stunning video shows rare Sei Whale in the Firth of Forth

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AMAZING video surfaces on social media which shows an unbelievably rare Sei Whale splashing around in the Firth of Forth. Andy Mather had initially gone to South Queensferry, Edinburgh, for ice cream with his two...
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Artwork exceeds all expectations at Glasgow auction

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A COLLECTION of Chinese and Japanese artworks has exceeded expectations at an auction in Glasgow last week. The single owner Scottish collection sold for almost £200k at McTear’s April Asian Works of Art Auction.Items consisting of...
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Research finds problematic issues with Brits sleep can impact pets health

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NEW research has claimed that over three quarters of Brits are losing sleep due to lockdown, which could be having a knock on effect on their dogs.A study carried out by Sweden’s Linköping University found...
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