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  With fears that there is now insufficient time for a legal text to be hammered out in time, a compromise could see EU leaders back a political agreement and a second...
  WHSmith has continued its march into the US by snapping up North American retailer Marshall Retail for $400...
  Mobile network Three is investigating an issue with its network which has left many users unable to make calls or send messages.
  A SPOKESMAN for the Scottish Rugby Union has indicated that the organisation will fight any disciplinary action resulting from the notice of complaint which has been submitted to ...
  THE entry deadline for this year’s Herald Scottish Family Business Awards in association with Business Gateway has been extended as we canvass the country to...
  Boris Johnson has been dealt a major blow shortly before the crunch EU summit after Democratic Unionist Party leader Arlene Foster said she could not yet ...
  THERE is something in the Scottish psyche which seems addicted to inquest and recrimination when things go wrong in sport. It is...
  IT is a feeling familiar to anyone who has suffered toothache or opted to spend Christmas with the in-laws. That longing for something to be over. A yearning that starts ...
  Well, here we are in the middle of October and already the High Street shops are starting to ram home the Christmas message with all the hard-nosed,...
  THE last time Saint Etienne played Edinburgh in 2017, the trio of Sarah Cracknell, Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs introduced their show with a projection of the words, We Miss Josef K...
  Sterling endured another roller-coasted ride on Wednesday as crunch Brexit talks continue in the hope of securing an eleventh hour deal.
  C & D Auction Marts Ltd held their fortnightly sale of store cattle and suckled calves in Dumfries on Monday with 689 head forward. Prior to the sale the show of suckled calves was judged...
  AS the Brexit negotiations intensify, the SNP’s opposition to any form of Brexit appears to be incompatible with its renewed demand for Indyref2. On the one hand, it...
  THE fallout from the Payment Protection Insurance mis-selling scandal is going to drag on well into next year with the regulator warning banks are struggling to process ...
  AS we get closer to the call for a Section 30 order to allow Scotland to determine its future in the world, it is worth looking...
  A MEDICAL technology spin-out from the University of Aberdeen that aims to support aircraft cabin crew, with a product which can monitor a passenger’s vital signs...
  GLASGOW-based recruitment technology firm Candidate.ID has won £500,000 backing from a range of investors including industry big guns amid strong demand for its...
  I’M partial to a cheeky wee bag of revels, especially on a train or a bus.
  Boabby De Niro
  BARRATT Developments has reported a lacklustre growth in sales and a dip in value of houses sold in the first months of its new financial year.
  HOSPITALS, care homes, GPs, pharmacies and members of the public have been urged not to hoard medicines in case of a no-deal Brexit.
  TWO organisations have been referred to the police by Scotland’s information watchdog after concerns they had they intentionally destroyed or hidden...
  WARMER nights caused by climate change are leading forest birds to build nests and lay eggs earlier in spring - but may still miss out on a vital source of food,...
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