Charlie Guest is a battler, of that there can be little doubt. Despite being only 23 years old, the reigning British slalom champion has faced significant obstacles throughout the course of her skiing career but she has been adamant that no setback…
A worker who died in a fall inside an under-construction wind turbine has been named by police.
A doctor who admitted misleading other medics over Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey also acted dishonestly, medical watchdogs ruled today.
POLITICIANS in Northern Ireland have been given a grace period of a “short few weeks” to settle their differences and form a power-sharing executive, James Brokenshire, the Secretary of State, has made clear.
Tennent Caledonian is set to light up the beer scene with the launch of ‘Caledonia’, a new collection of premium bottled ales, unveiled today against the stunning backdrop of Loch Katrine, the water of which is a vital ingredient of the new…
Police Scotland are asking the public to play their part in eradicating hate crime by speaking up and reporting offences.
London's premier index followed global stocks into the red as investors took a dim view of the US president's ability to deliver tax cuts and fresh infrastructure spending.
Pollster YouGov said its US presidential election predictions had outperformed its rivals as it cheered rising revenues and profits.
A leading surgeon said suggestions he carried out a series of completely unnecessary breast operations for financial gain were "abhorrent".
AMBER Rudd has been accused by Labour of “political grandstanding” after the Home Secretary called for the police and intelligence agencies to be given full access to messages on WhatsApp and other encrypted social media services.
The Prime Minister has held talks with Scotland's First Minister as she prepares to formally trigger the Brexit process.
An oil exploration firm has uncovered what it describes as the largest undeveloped discovery on the UK Continental Shelf.
A sex attacker fled after his victim activated a personal alarm on her phone.
There was a 26% fall in recorded bird of prey crimes during 2016, new figures show.
Limited liability partnerships have been central to some of the biggest fraud cases in Eastern Europe
The Prime Minister has said her position will not change on Nicola Sturgeon's call for a second independence referendum by spring 2019.
Scotland will host a major counter-terror exercise later this year, Theresa May has announced.
A COMMUNITY has launched a bid to save one of Scotland’s oldest working primary school buildings from redevelopment after rising numbers of pupils prompted plans for a new school.
TRAVELLERS are facing a "significant and growing" public health threat from a type of parasitic worm found in Africa, South America and the Middle East.
Theresa May has vowed to build a "more united nation" as Britain leaves the European Union (EU).
The Prime Minister has met with officers from Police Scotland to discuss counter terrorism in the wake of the Westminster attack.
TWO people were seriously injured and 31 others hurt when several buildings collapsed after a suspected gas explosion on Merseyside.
A PLEDGE to cut junior doctor hours in Scotland in the wake of the death of a young medic killed in a car crash on her way home from work has been scrapped, it has emerged.
The Mercedes driver is on the back foot in the early knockings after he failed to match Vettel and his resurgent Ferrari team in Australia as the Prancing Horse delivered on their pre-season potential to take the chequered flag on Sunday.
A six week shoot of the major new Avengers super hero movie is to bring an estimated £10m to the Edinburgh economy, organisers say.
SHETLAND-focused Hurricane Energy has provided a boost for the North Sea oil and gas industry by announcing it has made another big find west of the islands.
Academic warns middle-class special needs children are getting more support
THE University of Strathclyde is one of the most dynamic higher education institutions in the UK. Building on its Enlightenment roots as a “place of useful learning”, Strathclyde is renowned for engagement with business, industry and the public…
CAMPAIGNERS for Palestinian rights have accused the Bishop of Edinburgh of censoring them after a planned meeting in a church hall was cancelled at short notice.
Final year medical students at one of Britain's oldest universities have been told to resit an exam after bosses uncovered evidence of "collusion" among a small number of learners.
A MAN who lost both his parents to lung cancer in less than six months has spoken of his anger after the local council failed to provide timely care to his dying father, and blames the stress for driving his mother "to an early grave".
A HELENSBURGH-based travel agent is celebrating after winning a top industry award for the second year running.
The defeat in the capital meant Elgin slipped down to fourth, five points ahead of in-form Stirling Albion and have now had six games without a win.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a Scots Thai boxer who has died in Thailand.
Tomorrow, barring a U-turn by the Greens, the Scottish Parliament will endorse the First Minister’s call for another Section 30 Order from Westminster.
By Richard Smith
AS she prepares to take the helm of Entrepreneurial Spark, Lucy-Rose Walker is reflecting on the moment she decided to join the organisation which has grown to become the world’s largest free business accelerator.
A Polish child is caught in a bizarre legal catch-22 after a Sheriff ruled the the Scottish courts had no power to hear his case.
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VOLKSWAGEN is facing a legal claim of an estimated £5 million from at least 1200 car owners in Scotland in what is expected to be the biggest civil class action the country's history over the emissions scandal that has hit the firm.
PEOPLE could face a rise in fees for work carried out on their behalf by solicitors across Scotland after lawyers' became involved in a dispute over fees charged by their own complaints' adjudicating body.
WITH this visionary reflection, Rab Wilson of New Cumnock has won joint first prize, and £875, in the 2016 James McCash Scots Poetry Competition on the theme of Change Is Lichtsome.
NEARLY four times as many construction companies in Scotland fear Brexit will be negative for the sector as expect it to be positive, a survey has revealed.
Scotland and Westminster have been urged to take action to end ageism and improve the care of older people amid clams that four million elderly people are mistreated in Europe every year.