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14 hrs ago | Sunday Herald
There appears to be no legal barrier or point of principle to prevent an independent Scotland from joining the EU, while a prolonged process of accession would not be necessary, according to experts on constitutional change.
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18 hrs ago | Sunday Herald
OUTDOOR equipment and clothing retailer Tiso Group has seen its losses more than double in its most recent financial year but indicated it is back trading profitably.
It stirred memories of their wedding, which we attended a year-and-a-half ago, in Edinburgh, Scotland, where they met.
After our piece on possible alternatives to the union jack in the event of Scottish independence, many readers decided to design their own.
A powerful storm with hurricane-force gusts hit Britain and began moving across Europe on Thursday, disrupting air travel, halting trains and leaving tens of thousands of homes without electricity.
A woman and her dog are rescued by the RNLI or Royal National Lifeboat Institute in Rhyl, Wales.
High winds and the sea batter the Antrim coast road, in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013.
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One person has died as winds of more than 100mph battered parts of the UK, causing travel chaos and leaving 20,000 homes without power.
Neville Clifford was last seen on October 12 in the Sneinton area. He has a heart condition and does not have his medication with him.
A tram moved slowly and quietly along Princes Street late on Wednesday night for the first time in more than 50 years One of Edinburgh's new trams has completed the first test run along the city's most famous shopping street.
DOWNING Street has rejected calls for Michael Gove, the English Education Secretary, to replace Alistair Darling as the head of the No campaign after Tories cast doubt on the ex-Chancellor's leadership, branding him "useless" and "comatose".
Devoted to sculpture, functional art and design , the fair known as SOFA CHICAGO celebrates two decades of business with a special program that debuted in 2013.
AUGUST 22: Alan Rusbridger, editor of the Guardian newspaper poses for a portrait at the Edinburgh International Book Festival on August 22, 2013 in Edinburgh,Scotland..
This photo features an ornamental water structure at the heart of Livingston Shopping Centre near Edinburgh, Scotland, which has been surrounded with walls of festive lights in preparation for the Christmas season.
A guinea pig has been found abandoned on an Edinburgh bus with urine scald on her feet and covered in mites.