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Improvements in the health of farmed Scottish salmon  The health and welfare of farmed Scottish salmon improved dramatically last year, according to an industry body.
Isle of Canna goes 98% renewable after ditching diesel  For almost 20 years, Canna and Sanday’s 18 residents have had to rely on three diesel generators for power.
Cancer waiting times targets missed, NHS figures show  Just one Scottish health board hit the Scottish Government’s 95 per cent target.
SNP ministers delay decision on fracking yet again  SNP ministers have indefinitely delayed a decision on whether to allow fracking more than 18 months after boasting in parliament that they had banned it.
Construction begins on North Uist community wind farm project  The North Uist Development Company raised an extra £100,000 more than needed for its equity stake in the UistWind project.
Rethink workspaces to reduce cost, increase engagement and make Mondays a lot more fun.  It’s unusual in the 21st century for a company to describe what it does as magic but it’s a term the team at commercial interiors firm...
Controversial changes to EU online copyright approved by MEPs  348 MEPs voted n favour of the reforms.
More than 1 in 10 Scots stalked or harassed last year  JUST a few thousand people were the victims of three-fifths of violent crime in Scotland last year, despite a sharp fall in crime overall, according to the latest survey.
Kezia Dugdale stands by article accusing Wings Over Scotland of 'homophobic tweets'  KEZIA Dugdale has told a court she was entitled to accuse a pro-independence blogger of making homophobic remarks because she is a gay woman...
MSPs raise redundancy fears over NHS pension changes  The employer contribution rate for NHS pensions is due to increase from 14.9 per cent to 20.9 per cent next week.
Safety warning issued after lorries overturned on ferry docked at Cairnryan  Passengers are not allowed to remain on ro-ro decks as they are in danger of asphyxiation by fire.
Why can't Alfredo Morelos score against Celtic?  WITH the third Old Firm fixture of the season on the horizon, fans of both sides of the derby will be feeling optimistic about their chances of securing bragging rights in...
Surreal self-portrait by Scottish artist purchased by National Galleries of Scotland  A SELF portrait by one of "the most singular Scottish artists of the 20th century" has been bought by the National Galleries of...
Prime bullocks peaked at 244p at St Boswells  Harrison & Hetherington Ltd sold 36 prime heifers in St Boswells yesterday to a top of 245p/kg and an average of 216.6p (+2p on the week), while 24 prime bullocks peaked at 244p ...
Bobby Madden to referee Sunday's Old Firm  Bobby Madden will referee Sunday's Old Firm derby, it has been announced.
Former aide to Tony Blair jailed for raping woman at Edinburgh Festival  Mark Adams attacked the 19-year-old during the Edinburgh Festival in 2017.
The career highs and lows of Conor McGregor  Former UFC featherweight and lightweight champion Conor McGregor has announced his retirement from the sport.
Ian Crocker reveals what it's like to commentate on an Old Firm match  THERE are thousands of people required to make a Rangers versus Celtic match at Hampden memorable. In 2017, Herald Scotland spoke to just a few of the...
Brexit: What happens after MPs seize control?  MPs have voted for an amendment enabling them to take control of Commons business and stage a series of “indicative” votes on the way forward for Brexit.
Irn-Bru shakes off sugar tax as profits rise  IRN-BRU maker AG Barr has shrugged off the effects of the ‘sugar tax’ and fragile economic conditions to lift underlying pre-tax profits by 2.5 per cent to £45.2 million.
Debenhams says it will give takeover offer from Mike Ashley's Sports Direct 'due consideration'  Debenhams has said it will give any firm takeover offer from Mike Ashley's Sports Direct "due consideration" but...
What are the indicative votes MPs have secured and how will they work?  The Prime Minister opposed giving MPs the chance to vote on Brexit options on Wednesday.
Islamophobia to be tackled by new project in Scotland  The Counter-Islamophobia Kit will be launched in Glasgow on Thursday, just weeks after a terror attack on two mosques in New Zealand.
Paul Casey revelling in his renaissance  With the Masters lying seductively on the horizon like a green jacket-clad siren warbling on a rocky outcrop, Paul Casey has picked a pretty good time to find title-winning form.
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