Scottish News

Scotland still bastion for reds

Rural Scotland is still the endangered red squirrel’s stronghold, according to the UK’s largest wildlife survey.
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Published: 17/04/2014

Economy jitters of going it alone

Rising problems in Scottish businesses have “cast doubt over the economic viability of independence”, according to a business consultancy.
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Published: 17/04/2014

Celebrations as Lady the osprey lays 70th egg

Scotland’s best-loved osprey has helped celebrate the Scottish Wildlife Trust’s 50th anniversary by laying her 70th egg.
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Published: 17/04/2014

Ready for take-off in Scotland – airborne turbines

An American green energy firm is targeting the skies above Scotland as the launchpad for technology it believes could revolutionise the global renewables market.
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Published: 16/04/2014

Fishing chiefs under attack over claims Yes vote may harm quotas

Fishing chiefs have come under fire over their warning that a Yes vote in the independence referendum could leave the country with a weaker voice in Europe.
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Published: 15/04/2014

Fears for fishing in breakaway Scotland

FISHING chiefs fear Scotland could be left with a weaker voice in crunch European quota negotiations if the country chooses independence.
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Published: 14/04/2014

Salmond’s all-party formula for Scottish rule

Alex Salmond will announce plans today to form an all-party “Team Scotland” to negotiate with Westminster in the event of a Yes vote.
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Published: 12/04/2014

Games ‘Scotland’s chance to shine’

The Glasgow Commonwealth Games will offer an “unprecedented opportunity” for tourism, attracting thousands of new visitors to the city and Scotland, officials have said.
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Published: 11/04/2014
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