The Government has been called on to tackle the "abuse" that saw the owners of BHS "asset strip the heart out of it".
Soon, maybe as early as this summer, the world will watch as once-beloved entertainer Bill Cosby becomes the most famous celebrity to be tried on criminal charges since the late Michael Jackson.
Odeon and UCI Cinemas plans to open 20 state-of-the-art cinemas across Europe, including eight in the UK, over the next four years. The group said the move will create around 650 new jobs. Details of the expansion came as it said underlying earnings…
Chart-topping singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini has agreed to play a one-off show as a tribute to a fan who died suddenly.
HANDWRITTEN research documents relating to the discovery of the Zika virus have been uncovered in the archives at Glasgow University.
MARKS & Spencer shares took a hammering after it said profits would be hit from efforts to overhaul its beleaguered clothing business.
Fabulous gifts presented to the future King Edward VII during his grand tour of India in the 1870s will be the star attractions of a new exhibition.
Paul is pushing the high-tech envelope again by peddling his latest album with the help of virtual reality.
A WOMAN who inflicted electric shocks on a young child using a dog training collar during a catalogue of cruelty has been jailed.
Highland Games chiefs are fuming after a vandal chopped a 10ft section out of their historic tug-o-war rope.
This week's Herald Social's at the launch of Zinn Apartments's new city centre complex in Aberdeen and the British Council's annual regional awards in Edinburgh.
Shell is shedding almost 500 North Sea jobs in Aberdeen and the north east of Scotland, as the industry continues to contract confirming grim predictions, despite oil prices rallying recently.
An adorable pair of red baby squirrels found lying cold and weak on the ground are being nursed back to health.
As house builders around the country tempt buyers with special offers, the next viewing could be the one that seals the deal...
A fishy Pixar sequel, Trainspotting, Highlander and opening and closing Scottish films mark this year's Edinburgh International Film Festival programme.
Lord Sugar has been hired as the Government's Enterprise Tsar under a drive to encourage young people to start their own business.
TEN days from now, entries will close for this year’s Herald Property Awards for Scotland 2016 in association with Burness Paull, and the exhaustive process of reviewing each contender will get under way...
Lecturers are "solidly" supporting a 48-hour strike over pay as picket lines were mounted outside universities across the UK.
PROFITS at Marks & Spencer dropped by 18.6 per cent as chief executive Steve Rowe warned that plans to turn the business around will hit short term profits. Share in the high street giant dropped 7.67 per cent in early morning trading.
SUPERMARKETS are being blamed for a surge in alcohol consumption with off-sales doing their best business in 20 years.
A woman has been arrested in connection with the death of a 14-month-old girl last month.
A Christian community based on an island has launched an appeal to raise £1.5 million to refurbish its famous abbey precincts amid fears for its future.
The Church of Scotland has called for an outright ban on smacking children.
SO it seems the Swinging Sixties was not just about free love, whacky baccy, and music, but it was also about, well, trainspotting. Still at least there was a small amount of danger as I don't think strolling around rail-lines with such abandon would…
Homes in the South West, when they come onto the market, offer exceptional value for money and a desirable lifestyle
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BRIDGETON Burns Club The Annual General Meeting will be held in The Marriott Hotel, Argyle Street, Glasgow on Tuesday 14th June 2016, at 6.30pm.
CLYDESDALE and Yorkshire banking group chief executive David Duffy has underlined the company’s commitment to Glasgow and insisted the firm has made good progress as an independent in spite of suffering a fall in profits.
WORK is set to begin on a memorial garden at the headquarters of veterans' charity, Erskine, as it prepares to mark its 100th birthday.
Nationwide has said the UK economy and housing market should remain resilient, “assuming uncertainty around the referendum lifts”, after reporting soaring profits which rose by almost a quarter last year to £1.28billion.
NO LAUNCH, no announcement. Astute observers might have noticed a trickle of June dates appearing on various websites of various groups set to perform, but otherwise there’s been scant sign of life from the Cottier Chamber Project even though…
Wood Group has been awarded an evergreen master services agreement by Statoil to support the life cycles of its offshore and onshore facilities.
FERGIE MacDonald is remembering the evening in Flodigarry where he and his band were playing for a dance. During a break the king of ceilidh, as MacDonald is known to Gaelic music fans around the world, saw a woman bearing down on him very…
INTERNATIONALLY-acclaimed Chinese writer and independent documentary film maker Xu Xing visits Scotland this week for the Edinburgh screenings of two of his films focusing on the decade-long Chinese Cultural Revolution that began 50 years ago this…
Andrew Jackson, head of wholesale and listed real estate funds at Standard Life Investments, is leaving after 25 years to pursue other interests.
THOUSANDS of offenders will serve sentences in the community rather than being locked up if the views of a series of criminal justice experts are adopted.
PROPOSALS by a Scottish university to build a new campus have been given approval by planners.
Two little nature pieces - characteristically original and charming - from Andrew Young, the Scottish cleric poet. They are in his Selected Poems (Carcanet, £9.95).
DOWNING St has brushed aside Nicola Sturgeon’s warning about promoting the Remain campaign’s argument in “fear-based campaigning” as David Cameron echoed Gordon Brown and said voting to stay in the European Union was the “patriotic” thing…
VOTERS feel slightly less informed about the European Union referendum than they did before receiving the £9.3 million taxpayer-funded Government leaflet, a poll has shown.
BRITAIN could be faced with two more years of austerity if it votes to leave the European Union, the Institute for Fiscal Studies warns today.
GLASGOW drinks firm Dram?O has launched a new whisky cocktail to appeal to non-whisky drinkers.
SUPERMARKETS across Scotland are being urged to reposition fresh milk as a healthy alternative to fizzy drinks.
OIL giant Royal Dutch Shell avoided a revolt over chief executive Ben van Beurden’s £4.3 million pay package yesterday – although a higher percentage of shareholders than last year voted against the remuneration report.
TENNENT’S is to be distributed across China after owner C&C Group agreed a strategic partnership with Beijing-based import business Vandergeeten.
WEBSITES such as TripAdvisor could provide a huge boost to the Scottish economy as consumers become more reliant on peer-to-peer feedback.
THE year-on-year decline in occupancy rates in Aberdeen’s hotel sector slowed to its weakest pace in more than 12 months in April, a key survey has revealed, fuelling hopes the market might be stabilising.
EU ANTITRUST regulators have approved Anheuser-Busch InBev's $100 billion-plus takeover of SABMiller. The deal is conditional on the sale of SABMiller’s European beer business.