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4 Sep, 2018
Nicola Sturgeon accused of ‘green window dressing’ as Scottish Government reveals programme
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of “green window dressing” as she prepares to today unveil the SNP’s Government’s “most ambitious ever” investment in schools, hospitals and roads.
Latest News
BBC newsreader Rachael Bland reveals she has ‘days to live’

BBC news presenter Rachael Bland has revealed she only has days to live after being diagnosed with incurable cancer.

Anger over Union Jack branding on haggis

Anger has broken out after a haggis maker rebranded Scotland’s national dish in Union Jack packaging.

Bridge to Australia bolsters FinTech opportunities

Australia and Scotland’s FinTech businesses are perfectly game, set and matched under new initiative

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Name revealed for new Edinburgh bike scheme

The Edinburgh bike scheme has a name, and it may just be leaving locals scratching their heads.

BrewDog moves in on Perth after 20-year property deal

Perth will soon have its own BrewDog venue after a deal was stuck to let a city centre site to the fast-growing Aberdeenshire beer-maker.

Lingo24 returns to profit and heads for record £10m revenue

An Edinburgh-based translation company has returned to profit and is on track to hit a record £10 million in revenue.

Sport Update
Did Celtic submit £7m bid for highly-rated Anderlecht midfielder?

Celtic were interested in Anderlecht midfielder Adrien Trebel during the summer transfer window, according to reports.

Gareth McAuley ‘not viewing Rangers as retirement home’

Gareth McAuley has warned his new Ibrox colleagues he is not viewing Rangers as a retirement home. The former West Brom centre-back has become Steven Gerrard’s 15th summer signing after agreeing a one-year deal.

Ex-Celtic star: It’s ‘rubbish’ to say Rangers are still miles behind

Charlie Nicholas insists it’s “rubbish” to say Celtic are still “miles ahead” of Rangers after Sunday’s Old Firm encounter.

Chris Sutton: Willie Collum could call for Ryan Jack to be demoted

BT Sport pundit Chris Sutton has hit back at Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack over comments made about Sunday’s Old Firm match official Willie Collum.

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Holyrood to be first legislature to host BBC’s Question Time

The BBC’s flagship Question Time programme is to be broadcast from Holyrood next month, making it the first UK legislature to host the long-running show.

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