HebCelt festival named Scotland's best cultural event at 'Tourism Oscars'

Imogen Russon-Taylor is to officially launch Edinburgh-based Kingdom Scotland next month. Photograph: Ian Georgeson

First Scots fragrance house hopes to savour sweet smell of success

A Glasgow pub, one of many that has closed for business in recent years. Picture: John Devlin

Plea for changes in tax as one Scots pub a week closes down

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Hans Moller admits to being concerned about the European Medicines Agency moving from London to Amsterdam. Picture: Chris Watt

The Big Interview: Edinburgh BioQuarter director Hans Möller

A large pothole in Coburg Street in Leith

Leader comment: Thanks may be due to Donald and a Beast over potholes


Scottish exports soar by nearly one fifth in UK high

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Leading industry figure Sir Ian Wood produced a report on maximising yield in the North Sea in 2014. Picture: TSPL

Oil and gas production forecast to be 2.8bn barrels higher

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The Lancaster discovery was a welcome boost for the North Sea energy sector. Picture: PA

Giant Shetland oil field to begin production next year

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SNP calls for North Sea oil tax revenues to be reinvested in Scotland

Energy 374

Masons turn to students in bid to boost membership

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Pupils in Scottish schools are routinely challenging the authority of teachers.

Low level disruption – the new ‘norm’ blighting our schools

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Teacher training places will be offered to college students.

Students used to ‘solve’ teaching crisis in Scotland

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College students could be offered teacher training places to tackle Scotland's teacher recruitment shortage. PICTURE:  JANE BARLOW

College students could “solve” teacher shortage crisis

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Pupils have been ordered to stay indoors at Oxgangs Primary School.

Pupils at Oxgangs ordered to ‘stay indoors’ after roof damaged

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Half of Scotland’s restricted patient GP surgeries are in Lothians

Health 8
Karen Gray with son Murray, who is in hospital due to his seizures, Picture: Ian Georgeson

Mum’s plea for cannabis on NHS to treat her son’s epilepsy

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Karen Gray, with her son Murray, five, is campaigning for cannabis-based medicines to be made available in Scotland and the UK (Picture: Ian Georgeson)

Leader comment: Time to allow medicines made from cannabis

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The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and The Royal Hospital for Sick Kids in Glasgow. Picture: Emma Mitchell

Bacteria found in water supply at Glasgow children’s hospital

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