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Can Pro14 final light up Celtic Park like Chariots of Fire?  Saturday’s Pro14 final between Glasgow Warriors and Leinster may be the first ever rugby union match staged at Celtic Park, but it will by no means the first time...
How robots and gadgets can help older people stay independent  From robots which can take your blood pressure, to T-shirts which measure your heart rate, innovative technology may be the key to keeping older people engaged in...
Fagerson, Mata and Schoeman are living the dream in Pro14  Zander Fagerson was the lone Scot and the only Glasgow Warrior named in this season’s Pro14 ‘Dream Team’ in spite of having missed a large chunk of the season through...
London market dented as US-China trade tensions grow  Markets in London and across Europe were dented on Thursday after US-Chinese trade tensions ratcheted up once more.
B&M profit and revenue rise despite 'challenging' year  Bargain retailer B&M posted another year of profit and revenue growth, despite issues in its German business and a weak period for homeware sales.
All Bar One owner Mitchells & Butlers returns to profit growth  All Bar One and Harvester owner Mitchells & Butlers returned to profit growth in the first half, as the company said its sales had outperformed competitors.
Hollywood Bowl profits jump amid refurbishment programme  Hollywood Bowl has reported surging profits on the back of a major refurbishment programme.
Lloyds boss called before MPs over pension payments  The boss of banking giant Lloyds has been called before MPs to defend the bank's executive pension policies.
Kirk celebrates chaplains as day marked by climate protests  The Church of Scotland will support the formation of 100 new worshipping communities over the next decade, the General Assembly heard.
Marks and Spencer's boss gets £24k pay rise as workforce miss out on bonus  Marks and Spencer's entire workforce will miss out on a bonus this year, according to the high street stalwart's annual report.
Tory MP calls for new 'Department of the Union' in Whitehall to stop Scottish independence  A new Government department for the Union could help stop the UK breaking up, a Scottish MP has claimed.
Rangers kick-off Ibrox summer renovations on Broomloan and Copland Stands with Pools cash  RANGERS have kick-started the summer redevelopment of Ibrox by replacing the panels on the Broomloan Stand and Copland Stand.
EU citizens 'turned away at polling stations' in European elections  A number of EU citizens have been turned away at polling stations while trying to vote in the European Parliament elections.
Polling stations evacuated after World War 2 bomb found on building site  Polling stations were evacuated in south west London after an unexploded Second World War bomb was discovered at a building site.
Glasgow City Council confirm 'Celtic Park traffic bulletin' as hoax  A leaked document claiming to show a traffic warning report around Celtic Park for Monday has been confirmed as a hoax.
Family urge 'all who knew' Bradley Welsh to attend his funeral  The funeral of Trainspotting star Bradley Welsh is to take place on Friday June 7, over a month since he was shot dead in Edinburgh.
How are innovative ideas supported in an organisation as vast, complex and busy as NHS?  From front-line clinicians, researchers, nurses, pharmacists and support staff across every area, their insight and experiences provide a...
Man arrested in connection with indecent assault of schoolgirl in toilet  A man has been arrested in connection with the indecent assault of a 14-year-old schoolgirl in a public toilet in Inverclyde.
Mel Stride appointed Commons Leader after Andrea Leadsom's resignation  Treasury minister Mel Stride has been appointed Commons Leader following Andrea Leadsom's resignation, Downing Street has announced.
Climate for Change Bulletin 23rd May 19'  Climate for Change Bulletin 23rd May 19'
Glasgow among first cities for Vodafone 5G rollout  Vodafone will introduce 5G in seven UK cities in July as the telecoms firm revealed its plans to launch its version of the next generation mobile network.
SNP says it would tie new currency to the pound  THE SNP’s plan for a new currency in an independent Scotland has come under fire after the party’s Westminster leader said it would be pegged in value to sterling.
Theresa May pulls publication of Brexit Bill in light of ministers' concerns  THERESA May has shelved plans to introduce key Brexit legislation to implement the Withdrawal Agreement in the first week of June following the major ...
Scots dogs turn out in force at polling stations for European elections  Pictures of dogs at polling stations have gone viral as people around the country cast their votes in the European Parliament elections.
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