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FIRSTGROUP chief executive Tim O'Toole was offered a bonus of 592,000 for his performance in a year in which profits slumped 87% and was followed by a 615 million fundraising, the rail and bus group's annual report has revealed.
On Monday, the good doctor and surgeon - who reached fame during the 1800s - shared his tale of removing a 22-pound tumor with members of the Henry County Historical Society.
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CKD Galbraith reports that a new railway is southern Scotland is already attracting more interest in rents from those working on the project, and experts project that demand will rise further for properties along the route and near its terminals when construction is complete.
POLICE investigating the murder of a woman whose dismembered body was found on Corstorphine Hill are today probing links to Irish Traveller communities as the search to identify the victim widens.
A woman whose dismembered body was found in a shallow grave may have been an Irish traveller, according to police.
BOSSES at the newly merged Edinburgh College have unveiled a landmark 5 million investment aimed at transforming its oldest campus into a "state-of-the-art" education gateway.
DETECTIVES trying to identify the body of a woman found in an Edinburgh nature reserve have released photos of the distinctive rings she was wearing.
The Waterboys return to winning form on the poetic "An Appointment with Mr. Yeats" while Hit Dog Hollar and Gabriel Kelley infuse the roots rock scene with a welcome sense of artistry and purpose on their respective debuts.
POLICE are working with the UK Missing Persons Bureau as they continue the hunt for the killer who dismembered an unidentified woman and buried her in a shallow grave in Edinburgh.
PARENTS are mounting a bid to create their own "alternative" state school, amid fresh calls for local authorities to provide greater choice within the education system.
Director of the Edinburgh International Festival, a leading breast cancer specialist and a Conservative MSP among 18 Lothians residents to receive honours A RETIRED businessman, who has become a cornerstone of his local community, a leading breast cancer specialist, and a long-serving headteacher are among the Capital citizens recognised in today's ... (more)