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Scallop dredging devastates rare flame shell reef in the Highlands

Scallop dredging devastates rare flame shell reef in the Highlands

A conservation charity has called for action to protect marine life after a rare flame shell reef was devastated by scallop dredging.

1:32pm Monday 24 April 2017

All aboard the Royal express as Charles takes steam train for a run

All aboard the Royal express as Charles takes steam train for a run

The Prince of Wales has driven a steam train that his donation helped restore after it was badly damaged by vandals.

2:10pm Monday 24 April 2017

Snow and freezing temperatures to plunge Scotland back in to winter

Snow and freezing temperatures to plunge Scotland back in to winter

HEAVY falls of snow and freezing temperatures are about to plunge Scotland back in to winter – a month after the start of British Summertime.

7:11am Monday 24 April 2017

Medicine, dentistry and law courses dominated by women in Scotland

More girls go to university than boys and tend to dominate courses such as law and medicine

GIRLS are continuing to dominate leading professions such as medicine, dentistry and the law, according to new analysis.

12:07am Monday 24 April 2017

STUC calls for new Holyrood powers as part of Brexit process

STUC calls for new Holyrood powers as part of Brexit process

Scotland should be given new powers so it can take a "distinctly different" approach to issues such as immigration and employment rights, union leaders have argued.

8:43am Monday 24 April 2017

Independence support fails to rise after Theresa May's vote snub

Independence support fails to rise after Theresa May's vote snub

THERESA May’s bid to block a second referendum has failed to produce a bounce in support for independence, according to a poll.

6:57am Monday 24 April 2017

Nicola Sturgeon calls for backing of voters in 'two-horse race' with Tories

Nicola Sturgeon calls for backing of voters in 'two-horse race' with Tories

Scotland will pay a "heavier price" if more Tory MPs are returned to Westminster in June, according to Nicola Sturgeon.

7:38am Monday 24 April 2017

Scots pupils compete for chance to have dinner with Barack Obama

Scots pupils compete for chance to have dinner with Barack Obama

Entrepreneur Sir Tom Hunter has given Scottish school pupils the chance to compete for a table at a dinner attended by former US president Barack Obama.

9:07am Monday 24 April 2017

David Torrance: Tectonic plates of Scottish politics are moving again, this time in the Tories' favour

David Torrance: Tectonic plates of Scottish politics are moving again, this time in the Tories' favour

Late last year the US satirical television show Saturday Night Live broadcast a sketch entitled the “Brooklyn Bubble”.

8:59am Monday 24 April 2017

Paying a real Living Wage makes a huge difference to so many lives

By Rachel McEwen, Director of Sustainability for SSE

6:01am Monday 24 April 2017
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