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Tim Stead: Object Maker And Seed Sower, Low Parks Museum, Hamilton
But he tried. A new book, with the beautifully crude feel of one of his personal notebooks, has been published to tie in with a touring exhibition of Stead's work.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
The Daily Record
Stars of new TV campaign promoting Edinburgh's city centre...
THE new TV faces play key roles in the A 1million This Is Edinburgh campaign - a two-year drive to attract families and shoppers back to the city following the completion of the tram works.
Father allowed to keep driving with 16 points on his licence - so he...
Father allowed to keep driving with 16 points on his licence - so he can keep his daughter at private school Record dealer Michael Craig claimed his business would suffer and he would have to move his six-year-old daughter from Dundee High School if he was given the usual totting-up ban A businessman with 16 points on his licence has been allowed ... (more)
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Visitors rise at outdoor attractions
The Association of Leading Visitor Attractions said outdoor sites enjoyed a rise of 5%, but footfall to museums and galleries was down.
Scotland Studies With Shannon: Bagpipes
Upon my arrival in Scotland, I promised myself three things: to continue my habit of eating at least two oranges a day, to find a way to keep up with "Game of Thrones" and "Hannibal" as diligently as possible in order to avoid spoilers, and to never be 'that American' in any situation, ever, while abroad.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
The Daily Record
Rangers' main supporter groups demand to know whether ex-chief...
THE charity revealed the shocking fact that some Scots can't even afford to heat up the free food given to them at food banks.
Campaign calls for 'rail revolution'
It has issued a list of key developments it said could help "bring cities closer together" and provide travellers with a "safe, civilised and sustainable" mode of transport.
Glasgow's moving up on Scotland's must-visit list
Even though Glasgow is Scotland's largest and most populated city, I consider it to be that country's second city behind Edinburgh, which wins first place for its capital status and tourism appeal.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Stirring our sense of civic pride
The best way to woo locals back to Edinburgh city centre is show them - without any gimmickry - everything they're missing, writes John Donnelly LAST week, Edinburgh got its very first city campaign for the people who live and work in and around Scotland's capital - and the response so far to "This is Edinburgh", I'm delighted to say, has been ... (more)
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Mohawks and musicians put in frame at city exhibitions
There is not much, you would think, would connect life on a Mohawk reservation outside Montreal and up-and-coming musicians playing venues in Edinburgh.
Businesses braced for impact of rail repair
The work is expected to last up to four months with no services able to run into the seven platforms in the country's third busiest station.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Barrhead Travel in jobs expansion move
BARRHEAD Travel, the UK's largest independent travel group, is investing more than 1.5 million to create 80 jobs in an expansion programme.
Scotland reduces post-code lottery for hip replacement surgery
A reduction in the post-code lottery for hip replacement surgery has been achieved in Scotland without recourse to the private sector, according to new research.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
On track for 21st century
But the announcement yesterday of revised plans for the revamp of Queen Street Station brings its arrival a little nearer.
Positive returns for commercial property sector
ABERDEEN has retained its lead over Glasgow and Edinburgh as returns from investment in commercial property in Scotland continued to improve in the fourth quarter of last year.
Borders railway ticket prices revealed
The plans, now subject to sign-offs from within the industry, should mean that passengers will be able to travel end-to-end for less than A 10, from 5.20am until nearly 1am.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
A nation apart from the people in charge
If you look at the Members of the Scottish Cabinet, it's striking that in their backgrounds, and the constituencies they represent, there is an impressive pan-Scotland mix.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Man in court over Humza Yousaf racist abuse
The Scottish Minister for External Affairs and International Development, was allegedly verbally abused in Glasgow city centre at around 4.45pm on Friday 7 February.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Bill Jamieson: Is a central bank worth the money?
If SCOTLAND cannot enter a formal currency arrangement with the pound, one of the many searching questions to emerge in any "Plan B" would be whether we would then need to create our own independent central bank.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
The Orlando Sentinel
Rick Steves: Rick Steves on Glasgow: Scotland's second city
Lately, I've really been enjoying what I consider to be the "second cities" of Europe, such as Naples in Italy, Marseille in France and Hamburg in Germany.