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3 hrs ago | Connecticut Post
Starwood Capital Group, a Greenwich-based global private investment firm, has acquired The Roxburghe, a landmark hotel in Edinburgh, Scotland.
7 hrs ago | Derry Today
A Derry man has appeared in court in Scotland charged with assault to severe injury and danger of life after an alleged attack outside a nightclub.
8 hrs ago | KRNV-TV Reno
Northern Nevada's Sage Ridge School leaves Tuesday morning to participate in the prestigious 2014 Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland.
12 hrs ago | Sunday Herald
A Scottish distillery is going green with the help of an investment of about 1 million to install a biomass boiler.
A facility that stakes a claim to being the world's oldest golf club has become 'unplayable' due to its financial issues.
THE national women's fours bowls team failed to qualify for the Commonwealth Games semi-finals after going down to Malaysia 23-8 in the quarter-finals in Glasgow, Scotland.
LONDON: An independent probe has been ordered into the case of an Indian-origin woman who battered her three-year-old son to death in Scotland, media reported.
Alasdair Dudgeon was killed near the Kincardine Bridge on 6 January 2013 when James Sneddon knocked him off his bike in the early hours of the morning.
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service crews were called to reports of a couch on fire in a communal close at a block of flats in McPherson Crescent, Chapelhall, near Airdrie, shortly before 12:30am today.
On 18 September 2014 the people of Scotland will vote in a referendum to decide their future: whether to continue as part of the United Kingdom, or whether to re-establish themselves as an independent country.
A weightlifter competing at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games is due to appear in court charged with sexually assaulting a man.
A man was convicted of a catalogue of violence and abuse at addresses, some in East Lothian, at the High Court in Edinburgh this week.
THE reluctance of high street banks to fund small-scale residential developments has been credited with propelling the growth of Close Brothers' property finance division in Scotland in the past five years.
Earlier this week a group of Scouts from Arbroath were among those setting off for Blair Atholl and Scotland's premier international camp.
Pensioners of St Nicholas' Church lunch club in Dalkeith recently invited Scottish Labour's Finance spokesperson Iain Gray to join them.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 04:07 pm
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