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This Is Somerset
Western Morning News published 'Fairytale' Edinburgh perfect for Christmas
There are dozens if not scores of great reasons for paying a visit to Auld Reekie, the affectionate nickname given to the Scots capital in reference to the once smoke-filled city.
Plan to boost Dundee Airport numbers
However, the vast majority of potential passengers living in the airport's catchment area travel to Edinburgh or Glasgow for flights.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Nanaimo Daily News
Mark A. MacDonald: Birth of baby stirs fine memories of trip to Scotland to visit '...
It stirred memories of their wedding, which we attended a year-and-a-half ago, in Edinburgh, Scotland, where they met.
The Daily Record
Glasgow flight forced to abandon two landing attempts before...
IT has not yet been determined how fast the 2005 Porsche Carrera GT that Roger was driving was going at the time of the fatal crash.
Eastern Daily Press
Man dies and 130,000 homes without power as storm batters Scotland and travels south
EDITORS NOTE NUMBER PLATE PIXELATED BY PA PICTURE DESK Police at the scene where a lorry driver has died as his HGV toppled on to a number of cars on the A801 in West Lothian as the gale-force winds brought widespread disruption to the transport network.
The Northern Echo
Church appeals for funds to help clean up storm-damaged tree
First TransPennine Express services between Newcastle and York were cancelled from 6.11am.
UK weather: Network Rail Scotland shuts ALL lines due to trees, hay...
Scots actor Colin McCredie also joined in with the numerous jokes on Twitter saying: "Only in Glasgow would a train be delayed by a trampoline on the line!!" Fed up passengers who had only been travelling for five minutes from Glasgow's Queen Street station registered their shock at the incident on social media.
UK weather: Commuters' misery after train is delayed after hitting runaway TRAMPOLINE
Scots actor Colin McCredie also joined in with the numerous jokes on Twitter saying: "Only in Glasgow would a train be delayed by a trampoline on the line!!" Those making the 7am journey from Glasgow to Edinburgh found themselves facing further disruption when their train is reported to have collided with the trampoline.
The Daily Record
Travel chaos on roads and railways as winds of up to 90mph batter Scotland
THE storms are forecast to peak in the Central Belt between 7am and 9am and Network Rail have announced a reduced service will run for the first part of the morning with a precautionary 50mph speed limit on all lines.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
90mph gales threaten flood defences
Large parts of the UK have been warned to brace themselves for terrible weather conditions today, with gale-force winds and the most serious tidal surge for 30 years threatening to flood the east coast of England.
Helping cook up new ways of learning
Edinburgh College won three awards at the College Development Network Annual Awards in Glasgow recently, showcasing the best of further education in Scotland.
Tram to make Princes Street test run
The 45m-long vehicle will move at walking pace along the route and the test will finish by 04:00 to avoid traffic.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
COMEDIAN Ben Verth in Edinburgh swears to us, and who are we to doubt him, that he saw a neddish looking young man at a supermarket check-out in the capital being asked by the automatic self-service machine: COMEDIAN Ben Verth in Edinburgh swears to us, and who are we to doubt him, that he saw a neddish looking young man at a supermarket check-out ... (more)
Firms call for more electric van chargers
SCOTLAND'S electric vehicle charging point network must be expanded tenfold to make it viable for companies to switch from diesel vans, two firms have urged.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Get into the swing of it
Once upon a time you had to go to Germany to visit a Christmas market, but today, come December, no matter where you are in Scotland you are rarely more than a few miles from a glass of glhwein and a carved wooden tree decoration.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
The Daily Record
People in West Lothian are being urged to get ready for winter
Alex Neil, NHS 24 associate medical director Dr Laura Ryan and Matthew Sweeney from Linlithgow, Eve Yell from Edinburgh and Charlotte Sweeney from Linlithgow are pictured at the campaign launch A national health campaign highlighting the importance of people in West Lothian being prepared for winter was launched this week.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
10 things to do across Scotland this weekend
WELL READ: Book Week Scotland supporters Karen Cunningham, head of Glasgow Libraries, artist David Galletly and Archie Graham, chairman of Glasgow Life.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
International Business Times
Scottish Independence: White Paper 'Will Not Inspire Investor Confidence'
The lack of detail in the Scottish National Party's White Paper on independence will harm investment into Scotland and encourage some companies to move south, according to a leading tax expert.
Healthy Scottish Market Could Be Boon for U.K. Self-Storage Operator Len Lothian U-Store
A recent quarterly housing report from real estate website S1 Homes revealed Edinburgh had a 5 percent rise in home-sale prices, the largest increase in Scotland, according to the source.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
The Daily Record
Lap dancers at Edinburgh strip club offer punters half-price deal to raise cash for injured friend
LABOUR MP Ann McKechin says there is no valid reason why the companies who were granted licences to trade with Damascus-based firm Awad Ammora should not be named.