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Glasgow considers 4am closing time for city clubs  Glasgow night spots could see their opening hours extended to 4am under plans put forward by the licensing board.
Rail fare increase could price passengers out of travelling, Labour warn  Peak fares will increase 3.2% in January while off peak fares will go up 2.2%.
More than a million Labour leave voters 'turn their back on Brexit'  MORE than a million Labour supporters who voted to leave the EU have now turned their back on Brexit, Gordon Brown has insisted.
Airport passenger numbers break 1.5 million barrier  The number of passengers using Edinburgh Airport broke the 1.5 million mark for the first time last month, new figures show.
Baby box to be placed in childhood museum  More than 52,000 baby boxes have been gifted to parents in the year since the scheme was introduced.
Countdown to V&A Dundee opening  The design museum will welcome visitors from September 15.
Scottish GDP growth double that of UK as 2018 begins  THE Scottish economy grew faster than the UK’s at the start of 2018, but has been more sluggish in the medium-term than previously thought, according to the latest data.
Italy moves to sack motorway operator as bridge disaster death toll reaches 39  THE death toll from Tuesday's Italian bridge disaster has reached 39, including three children.
Public would blame May for no-deal Brexit, poll finds  THERESA May would bear the brunt of the public’s anger if the UK crashed out of the European Union in a no-deal Brexit, according to a new poll.
Prime heifers sell to top of £1281.50 at Ayr  Wallets Marts sold 252 store heifers in Castle Douglas on Monday to a top of £1190 per head and 250p per kg to average £818 and 205.3p (+9.6p on the fortnight, but -7p on the year), ...
Royal Bank of Scotland comes bottom of bank league tables  The taxpayer-owned bank came bottom of tables published by the Competition & Markets Authority.
Westminster crash suspect is British citizen of Sudanese origin  A 29-year-old man arrested on suspicion of preparing an act of terror is believed to be called Salih Khater.
Westminster could be pedestrianised to stop vehicle attacks, Met chief says  Cressida Dick said talks between parliamentary authorities, security agencies, the police and the mayor will take place after Tuesday’s incident.
Neil Cameron: Scottish football's next TV deal must pay tribut to Archie and Arthur  THE greatest hour and a half in television history could be found on STV’s Sunday afternoon schedule during the 1980’s.
Paul Lawrie finally sees some light at end of injury tunnel  An injury update from Paul Lawrie is just about become a regular occurrence. At least this time, there is a touch of clarity about his long standing groans and...
Scottish retail sales growth slows sharply amid household squeeze  YEAR-on-year growth in Scottish retail sales value slowed sharply in July, the latest industry figures reveal.
Family business issues are on the menu at forthcoming breakfast debate  THE biggest issues facing family-owned firms will be in the spotlight at a special event being hosted by The Herald later this month.
Glenmorangie distiller sees profits fall amid weaker demand in Asia  THE trading company which runs the Glenmorangie whisky business has cited “soft demand” in Asia as profits dipped by nearly 30 per cent in its most recent...
MSPs urged to get inside story about how prison affects families  They pass laws which could send people to jail, but many MSPs have never visited their local prison.
Shetland exploration prospect generates excitement in oil and gas industry  FAROE Petroleum has shown faith in the exploration potential of the UK North Sea by agreeing to buy into acreage East of Shetland after focusing recent ...
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