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Gran deported from Scotland after 30 years in Britain

Gran deported from Scotland after 30 years in Britain

A GRANDMOTHER who has been married and lived in here for more than 30 years was yesterday forcibly removed from Scotland and sent to Singapore.

9:01am Monday 27 February 2017

Dancing away from Scotland's skies

Photo Owen Humphreys/PA Wire.

If seeing the Northern Lights is on your bucket list, perhaps you should start making plans as there may only be a couple of decades left to view them from Scotland.

8:56am Monday 27 February 2017

Tilda Swinton as Doctor Who would be 'genuis', says Byrne

Tilda Swinton as Doctor Who would be 'genuis', says Byrne

PLAYWRIGHT and artist John Byrne has said casting his former long-term partner Tilda Swinton as Doctor Who would be a move of “genius”.

8:55am Monday 27 February 2017

Edinburgh next as £5m workspace opens doors

Richard Morris, Spaces CEO. Photo: Stuart Freeman

THE FIRM behind Glasgow’s latest flexible co-working space has revealed that up to £5 million was spent on the venture, with an Edinburgh facility also being planned.

12:02am Monday 27 February 2017

Trainspotting cast join Big Yin on Edinburgh restaurant wall

Artist Chris Rutterford puts the finishing touches to the Scottish Nostalgia Mural within A Room at the West End restaurant in Edinburgh, which has taken him over two months and contains many Scottish celebrities and characters. Pic Gordon Terris/The Hera

IT'S where you will find the main cast of Trainspotting alongside Billy Connolly enjoying the ambience any day of the week.

12:08am Monday 27 February 2017

Campaigners' vow after battle for Canonmills Bridge demolition twist

HOLLYWOOD, CA - APRIL 28: Actress Hayley Mills attends the TCM Classic Film Festival Opening Night Gala and World Premiere of the film An.

CAMPAIGNERS backed by stage and screen star Hayley Mills are to challenge an apparently terminal turn in the battle to save the Earthy eatery building that overlooks an urban beauty spot in Edinburgh.

12:08am Monday 27 February 2017

My hunt for the truth about the tartan turban

Historian and author John Keay at his Edinburgh home. F2F STY SMITH.Pic Gordon Terris/The Herald.1/2/17.

I’VE come to see a man about a mystery – the mystery of who exactly Alexander Gardner was. Was he one of the greatest explorers of the 19th century, a heroic Scots-American who became the first white man to explore vast areas of what is now India…

12:21am Monday 27 February 2017

Scotland forward John Hardie ruled out of rest of Six Nations

Scotland's John Hardie goes off with an injury.

JOHN Hardie has become the latest Scotland player to be ruled out of the rest of the Six Nations Championship after injuring a knee in the 29-13 win over Wales on Saturday. The Edinburgh forward lasted only 25 minutes before coming off, to be…

10:09pm Sunday 26 February 2017

Some modern lessons to be learned on sex education

Herald View

HAS sex education been left behind by the internet? A recent survey by the Edinburgh social research agency The Lines Between would suggest it has – after speaking to women in Scotland, it concluded sex education focuses far too much on biology and…

12:45am Monday 27 February 2017

Firm plans to double headcount as it grows overseas


THE founder of Copylab, the Glasgow-based investment writing and communications agency, has highlighted ambitions to double the size of its workforce to about 120 over the next three years.

12:09am Monday 27 February 2017
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