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Buckingham Palace, Downing Street and the Palace of Westminster are among spots in the capital to be bolstered by British Army presence, Scotland Yard announced. Met police said on Wednesday that armed guards would be deployed under ...
THE Church of Scotland has called for guarantees for European citizens living in Scotland to be set out ahead of Brexit negotiations.
A BRUTE who plunged a "Rambo" blade into champion bodybuilder Michael O'Hanlon has been found guilty of killing him. Steven Kirkwood, 44, was accused ...
Why, in a small, proud country like Scotland, do we hear jibes against another small country? Why is it that Wallonia's right to intervene in Belgium's agreement of trade deals, as with the recent EU deal with Canada, can be treated as a laughing ...
Questions, and controversy, continue to mount about a 2015 golf junket to Scotland in which the University of New Mexico used public funds to pay for three employees and three private donors.
Officers are also at motorway service stations as part of efforts to identify potential witnesses returning to Scotland from Manchester.
A man has been found guilty of stabbing to death a former Mr Scotland bodybuilding champion. Steven Kirkwood was originally charged with murder but was ...
But what is it about Scotland that has made this English family glad to now call it 'home'? Access to education is one of the indicators used to develop the rankings.
ELYRIA - A firefighter from Scotland spent the day with Elyria firefighters and saw a glimpse of what fire and rescue is like in Lorain County's second-largest city.
England, Wales and Scotland's Sevens teams could combine to compete as Great Britain on a permanent basis. Discussions have been underway for some time over the future of the individual Sevens programmes, with the changes being considered in light ...
Security arrangements at every public event taking place in Scotland over the next two weeks are to be reviewed by police in the wake of the Manchester terrorist attack, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Only one story features on Scotland's front pages - the aftermath of the terrorist attack in Manchester where 22 people died when a man blew himself up as people left an Ariana Grande concert.
This promises to be a seismic election, not just throughout Britain, but also in Scotland. At the last election, the SNP were triumphant, despite (or because of) losing the independence referendum eight months earlier.
Scotland won a record number of investments from overseas in 2016, although growth was substantially lower than the previous year.
While the damp spring mornings might not be to everyone's taste there is at least one tiny blue flower delighting in the weather.
A STRONG manufacturing performance enabled Scotland's private sector economy to achieve slight growth in April, as output of the key services sector fell again, a survey shows.
Giving or serving alcohol to a child or young person in a public place is now an offence in Scotland after new laws were introduced.
A pathologist has told a murder trial that former Mr Scotland bodybuilding champion Michael O'Hanlon died from massive blood loss.
Speaking on BBC Radio Scotland, Ms Sturgeon said: "A big priority over the weekend has been making sure NHS boards are minimising the impact on patients.
An independent Scotland would only use the pound as its currency as a "starting point" before considering other options, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Some of those fortunes derive from international businesses portfolios, while some of those come from sources closer to home. The fortunes of those at the very top derive partly from the things Scotland is best-known for: whisky and Highland Spring ...
An 83-year-old grandmother worried her family and was alerted to police after she mistakenly drove for 300 miles to Scotland instead of six miles to her local hospital appointment. Valerie Johnson was driving to Peopleton's Royal Hospital in Worcester ...
The world's best known steam engine has crossed Scotland's best known bridge on its second trip to the country since it was restored.
CYBER security is being stepped up across Scotland after the NHS ransomware attack as cops work to catch the hackers. Justice Secretary Michael Matheson said more than 120 public bodies were being contacted to ensure their defences were adequate ...
children and young people have waited up to 666 days to access mental health services after being referred for treatment, according to new figures.
Nicola Sturgeon has admitted for the first time that an independent Scotland might not immediately seek to rejoin the European Union.
FOOTFALL in Scotland's high streets and retail parks has increased, however, retail experts say there is a worrying rise in the number of shop vacancies.
How long does it take to drive from Scotland to Russia? James Parker took his camera and found out by driving 9,898 miles in a classic 1972 Morris Minor, raising money for charity on the way.
Valerie Johnson accidentally travelled for eight hours instead of ten minutes after she got mixed-up in a diversion caused by roadworks in Worcester.
A Tory MP told a girl to "f*** off back to Scotland" when she said she'd vote for independence if a second referendum was triggered.
Scotland must have a choice on independence at the end of Britain's divorce with the European Union when the exit terms are clear, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Sunday.
England will face Scotland in the Cup semi-final at the Paris Sevens after beating USA in the quarter-final. England started day two without the influential Dan Bibby and speedster Tom Bowen after both were hit by injuries.
Burlison Green said: "We're thrilled to see how popular Clubbercise is in Scotland - people here have totally embraced it.
The hot air bringing Britain's three-day subtropical sizzle is shown in orange and red on this weather map for Tuesday (May 17).
It says a lot about the lure of a garden that over the last year some of the biggest rises in visitor figures in Scotland have been at garden paradises like Inverewe, Crathes and Pitmedden.
nuclear submarines and Scotland Yard could be vulnerable to the same cyber attack that crippled the NHS and took down systems all over the world - sparking fears of a military attack.
Scotland's First minister Nicola Sturgeon attends the STUC conference in Aviemore, Scotland, Britain April 24, 2017.
The Scotland on Sunday writes that Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has performed a U-turn over prescription charges.
Jeremy Corbyn is to scrap education fees once in power. Can I just get him to look over the border to Scotland to see just how this affecting us here?
Your leader should be required reading for all patriotic Scots (The local elections and the canary in the coal mine, Editorial, May 7).
Later this month (20-26 May) the Church of Scotland's General Assembly will consider a new report advising the Church on how to mark this year's Balfour Declaration centenary.
The parties continued their criss-crossing across Scotland on Saturday as the first full week of campaigning came to end. Nicola Sturgeon visited a farmers' market in Glasgow, where she said the SNP had repeatedly stopped Labour and the Tories at ...
Several of the Scotland's newspapers lead with the cyber-attack that affected services run by most of Scotland's health boards. The Scotsman reports that health professionals were forced to use pen and paper - and their mobiles - in order to treat ...
A Tory MP blasted a Scottish girl who said she would vote for independence in a second referendum, saying: "Why don't you f*** off back to Scotland." James Heappey, 36, fighting to stay MP for wells, Somerset, has apologised, insisting he was joking.
Scotland is one of the least religious areas in the UK, behind only the south-East of England and Wales, according to a new report.
In fact, since the Adopt a Kiosk scheme was launched in 2008, more than 3500 communities across the country - including 155 in Scotland - have seized the opportunity to do something wonderful with local red phone boxes that had little or no usage.
Operations and appointments were cancelled for patients across the country as up to 40 trusts in England and Scotland were hit by the ransomware.
IT all seems so alien. On the steep bank of the River Tay near Aberfeldy in Perthshire trees have huge bites out of their lower trunks.
The inaugural Scottish Street Food Awards are being held this weekend. Is this a sign that street food culture is gaining traction north of the border?
The Scottish Care report proposes a more holistic approach to care at home services in Scotland. Whilst this will be costlier, the organisation believes that it is the best way forward to tackle the myriad issues arising from the publicly funded area ...





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