WESTMINSTER has been warned about the "serious neglect" of Scotland's long-range search-and-rescue capabilities in the wake of last week's sinking of the Cemfjord in the North Sea.
The Defence Secretary said "now is not the time to start rethinking" the UK's nuclear deterrent, on his first visit to the Clyde naval base where it is stationed.
A "significant number" of skilled jobs will be supported by a multi-million-pound contract to upgrade Royal Navy torpedoes, according to the UK Government.
TWO Americans freed from North Korea were reunited with family on Saturday after the surprise involvement of the top-ranking US intelligence official, who travelled to Pyongyang to secure their release.
A SHIPBUILDING firm has launched its biggest recruitment drive for apprentices and graduates as it emerged the company expects to have enough work to secure Clydeside jobs until the early 2030s.