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Signal fault causes disruption to Edinburgh trains

TRAIN passengers are facing delays in and out of Edinburgh this afternoon.

Glasgow is to bid for the new HQ for Channel 4

Glasgow to rival London in bid to become media capital

Glasgow is thought to be making a bid to rival London as the UK’s media capital after it was revealed that they will pitch to host a new Channel 4 HQ.

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Volunteers in Balquhidder dug trenches and laid cables to bring 'world-class' broadband to the area

Leader comment: Scottish village challenges age of entitlement

In our age of individualism, there is a risk of a descent into narcissism; after all, we are surely the most important person on the planet, so we are obviously entitled to the best of everything, preferably handed to us on a plate.

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Fish landed at Peterhead harbour, where there is dismay that the UK will remain in the Common Fisheries Policy during the post-Brexit transition period (Picture: Getty)

Stephen Jardine: Food industry is silent on benefits of Brexit

If you wanted to check the health of the food-and-drink sector in Scotland, Aberdeen was the place to be on Thursday night.

Opinion 7

Video: The Best of Edinburgh according to Trip Advisor

We looked at the top bars, restaurants, hotels and things to do around Edinburgh, according to ratings app Trip Advisor.

Media & Leisure
A new Greggs branch has opened at Westminster Tube station close to the Houses of Parliament

Greggs opens up a Westminster branch

The smell of steak bakes will soon be wafting through the corridors of power after Greggs opened up a branch near the Houses of Parliament.

News 5

How the Brexit fishing row affects Scotland - and why it matters

Despite fears that it could be a recreation of the ‘Battle of the Thames’ (the bizarre clash between rival pro and anti EU floatillas at the height of the referendum), Wednesday’s fish-throwing Brexit protest was something of a damp squib.

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You are only eligible to start repaying your student loan in the April after graduation

Martin Lewis: Graduate to claiming for overpaid loans

This is a clarion call to everyone who’s been to university in the last 20 years or so. Hundreds of thousands of you have overpaid your student loans and with one quick phone call could be entitled to hundreds or thousands of pounds back.

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Independent retailers have been asked not to sell energy drinks to children

Independent Scots stores told not to sell energy drinks to kids

Independent retailers in Scotland are being urged to stop selling energy drinks to children.


The Scotsman’s Market Conference: Facebook’s trade-off between convenience and trust

Facebook’s 2014 breach was a topic of conversation at The Scotsman’s Markets 2018 conference, ‘Home or Overseas: Where to from here?’

Jobs in store at expanded Aldi Scots hub

Jobs in store at expanded Aldi Scots hub

Supermarket operator Aldi has secured planning permission for a £25 million expansion to its distribution centre in West Lothian in a move that will create as many as 200 jobs.

All ten of Prezzo's Scottish restaurants are at risk of closure

Three Scottish Prezzo restaurants to shut as chain axes jobs

Three Prezzo restaurants in Scotland’s two major cities will be closed as the chain announced hundreds of jobs would be axed under a restructuring plan.

Retail 3
Ted Baker posted strong sales figures.

Ted Baker sitting pretty despite weather impact

Ted Baker, the British fashion house with Scottish roots, has warned of a Beast from the East hit to its takings as it yesterday posted a jump in annual profits having shrugged off the tough trading conditions hammering rivals.

Bob MacDonald of Wood Group.

Wood Group partnership to work on Iraqi water projects

Wood Group, the Aberdeen-headquartered energy and engineering services giant, has struck a “ground-breaking partnership” to improve Iraq’s water infrastructure.

University offers two-year course in soap operas. Pic: BBC

Degree in soap operas launched at British university

A university is launching a degree in soap operas for budding writers and actors.

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The company is alleged to have made 200 million automated calls.

Clydebank firm searched over 200 million nuisance phone calls

The information watchdog has searched a Scottish firm over claims that it has made more than 200 million nuisance phone calls - one of the highest volumes dealt with by the organisation.

Some of the UK's biggest broadband providers are not providing adequate details to customers about internet speeds

UK broadband providers fail to give customers details on speeds

Some of the UK’s biggest broadband providers are inadequately informing customers about speeds when they are buying a new broadband deal, an investigation has revealed.

Seventeen of the 25 ministerial cars in the Scottish Government's fleet are diesel

Two thirds of Scottish Government ministerial cars are diesel

The Scottish Government has been told to “practice what they preach” after it emerged two thirds of ministerial vehicles are diesel.

News 19

Masterplan for Waverley Station to cope with 66 per cent growth

A new masterplan is to be devised to ensure Scotland’s second busiest station can cope with an expected massive passenger increase.

Transport 8
From left, Alex Smith of SThree, Keith Brown MSP and Paul Lewis of Scottish Enterprise. Picture: Martin Shields

Staffing business SThree to generate hundreds of jobs with Glasgow move

International recruitment business SThree is opening a “centre of excellence” in ­Glasgow in a move that is expected to generate more than 300 jobs for the city.

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