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Ayrshire glows red for Poppy Appeal

This weekend, more than 120 Scottish landmarks will be glowing red in support of the Scottish Poppy Appeal – with more and more joining the national campaign each day. Buildings large and small – from globally iconic castles to locally loved churches...

Friday, 13:31 in Lifestyle
 

Scottish Borders to glow red for Scottish Poppy Appeal

This weekend, more than 120 Scottish landmarks will be glowing red in support of the Scottish Poppy Appeal – with more and more joining the national campaign each day. Buildings large and small – from globally iconic castles to locally loved churches...

Friday, 13:31 in Lifestyle
 

Western Isles Council looks forward to a Hydrogen future

Comhairle nan Eilean Siar hosted a seminar this week looking at the opportunities that Hydrogen could offer the Western Isles. The manufacture of Hydrogen is extremely energy intensive but, with the best wind resource in the Northern Hemisphere, the...

Friday, 13:06 in Environment
 

Andy Murray: Resurfacing - Amazon Prime Video announces exclusive documentary on Scottish tennis star

Amazon Prime Video has revealed its newest documentary, Andy Murray: Resurfacing. The feature-length account, which will be available to Prime Video subscribers on Friday 29 November 2019, charts the Scottish tennis star’s painstaking rehabilitation...

Friday, 12:48 in Lifestyle
 

Nicola Sturgeon at SNP election launch: 'Scotland's vote to remain in EU ignored'

Nicola Sturgeon has said that the Conservative Party has "ridden roughshod" over the Scottish Parliament. Speaking at the launch of her party's general election campaign at Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh, Ms Sturgeon said: "Scotland's vote...

Friday, 12:36 in Politics
 

Scottish independence: SNP needs another bill to push through IndyRef2 approval

The Scottish Government was last night forced to agree it would bring forward separate legislation to get approval for a second vote on independence, after MSPs raised concerns about how Holyrood’s new Referendums Bill would be used. The Referendums...

Friday, 12:25 in Politics
 

Edinburgh Rose Street store marks retail debut for spa operator Pure

Pure Spa & Beauty has opened its first UK retail outlet, on one of Edinburgh’s busiest shopping streets. The capital-based firm, which currently operates from 14 locations across the UK, is looking to tap into demand among “busy professionals” for...

Friday, 12:24 in Business
 

General Election 2019: Labour loses third candidate in 24 hours over offensive comments

The Labour Party candidate for Clacton has pulled out from standing in the General Election after he was accused of making an anti-Semitic comment. Gideon Bull said on Friday that now is not the best time to stand as a candidate after he was accused...

Friday, 12:07 in Politics
 

Edinburgh digital outfit Exception going for fintech growth

An Edinburgh-headquartered technology business is to tap into the financial services sector for further growth after a surge in revenues. Exception said it intends to support the UK’s growing fintech and financial sectors through a range of “cloud...

Friday, 12:07 in Business
 

Poll: Majority of UK voters don't believe Union will exist in current form in 10 years

Public confidence in the future of the Union is on the slide with a majority of voters believing the UK will not exist in its current in 10 years, polling suggests. With the possibility of a second referendum on Scottish independence already a major...

Friday, 11:01 in Politics
 

General Election 2019: SNP slam Boris Johnson after boast about Northern Ireland single market access

The SNP has criticised Boris Johnson after he praised his Withdrawal Agreement as a "great deal" for Northern Ireland because it keeps "access to the single market" - despite wanting to pull the rest of the UK out. Speaking to...

Friday, 10:34 in Politics
 

Mothercare's 'everything must go' closing down sale kicks off at these 6 Scottish outlets

A massive closing down sale has commenced at Mothercare stores across Scotland and the rest of theUK. The 'everything must go' sale begins on Friday, November 8th with the cost of all items in store dramatically reduced, although customers have been...

Friday, 09:38 in Hot News
 

Project tackles alcohol problems in rural Scotland

A new project exploring alcohol and recovery in rural parts of Scotland aims to improve access to treatment, services and the overall availability of information. Rural Matters is an 18-month project run by Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems...

Friday, 09:32 in Health
 

Douglas Grant Rehabilitation Centre showcases its services

Occupational therapists at the Douglas Grant Rehabilitation Centre at Ayrshire Central Hospital had the chance to showcase their innovative work when Ruth McGuire MSP visited the centre. Ms McGuire was joined by Alison Keir, Scottish Policy Officer at...

Friday, 09:32 in Health
 

Bus carrying Celtic fans ambushed in Rome after Lazio victory

Celtic supporters were attacked in Rome after their shuttle bus broke down and was ambushed on the way back from the Stadio Olimpico. It is not yet known if any fans sustained serious injury following their side's 2-1 Europa League victory over...

Friday, 08:29 in Hot News
 


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