Tuesday Apr 23
Allan Massie: National days are a very un-British affair
I AM writing this on Shakespeare's birthday, which, as it happens, is also the day of England's patron saint, St George.
Our guide to Scotland's summer festivals
It's an intense and hedonistic experience which appeals most to the younger or the more devoted lovers of popular music, but astute and ambitious programming, as much as its size, has propelled T in the Park to near the very top of the UK festival league.
Scottish Coal cuts 600 jobs at mines in Ayrshire, Lanarkshire and Fife
Almost 600 jobs were lost on Friday after liquidators from the accountancy firm, KPMG, were called in at Scottish Coal.
Walk of the week: Dollar to Muckhart
Making the most of yet another damp, dreich, late March day, Rhona and I "explored" a new-to-us low-level 6-mile walk, from Dollar to Pool of Muckhart and back.
Halted court closure plan welcomed
However, a report by the Scottish Court Service has recommended that plans to shut Alloa Sheriff Court should not go ahead at this time.