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New flights from Edinburgh and Aberdeen to London Heathrow

Christine Ourmieres CEO of Flybe and anna.aero assistant editor Jonathan Ford

FLYBE has announced new flights from Edinburgh and Aberdeen to London Heathrow – becoming the first domestic carrier to operate at the UK hub since 2013.

12:00am Tuesday 28 March 2017

Football: Mark McGhee keen to keep hold of his ‘only job’

Mark McGhee insist his desire remains undiminished and that he will be back in club football in the summer

Scotland No 2 glad to be back on training ground

12:00am Friday 24 March 2017

Letters II: Why is Scotland’s national debt an issue but not the UK’s?

Theresa May's Scottish crew - Ruth Davidson and David Mundell

IF now is indeed not the time for Theresa May to allow a referendum, then surely she cannot under any circumstances call a snap Westminster election given that she’s busy with Brexit and neglecting her day job!

12:00am Wednesday 29 March 2017

Giant oil field discovered off Shetland is the biggest this century

Hurricane Energy has announced that one billion barrels of oil could be contained in its Halifax well

ONE of the country’s leading oil industry economists has said the discovery of what has been described as the “largest undeveloped discovery” of oil on the UK Continental Shelf this century raises questions about what benefits will come to…

12:00am Tuesday 28 March 2017

Back in the day: Mona Chalmers - general in battle with the sexists

One of the most extraordinary women in Scottish history, Doctor Alexandra Mary Chalmers Watson, the first chief controller of the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps

THOUGH the Army Council Instruction No 1069 of 1917 which formally established the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps was not issued until July 7, that year, it was 100 years ago today on March 28, 1917, that the Corps’ first orders were issued and the…

12:00am Tuesday 28 March 2017

FIRSTGroup to take control of one of the UK's biggest rail franchises

First Group Trains ay Glasgow Central Station

FIRSTGroup has beaten rival Stagecoach to one of the UK's biggest rail franchises in a partnership with China's MTR.

3:42pm Monday 27 March 2017

Carolyn Leckie: ScotRef will happen – but what’s at stake is the timing

Yes supporters in Glasgow’s Buchanan Street in 2014. The next vote wont be any less politicised Photograph: Mark Runnacles/Getty

FOR a long time, many media people used to invoke the famous Aberdeen Press and Journal headline on the day after the Titanic disaster to ridicule the parochialism of the Scottish press. “North-east man lost at sea”, it said. Except it didn’t.…

12:00am Monday 27 March 2017

Football: Winger Kirsty Howat stars for Celtic in SWPL Cup win

Celtic's Kerry Montgomery, pictured with previous club Glasgow City, scored their second goal in the win over Hearts

HOLDERS Hibernian were joined by Glasgow City, Celtic and Spartans in the SWPL Cup semi-finals after all four won their last-eight ties comfortably yesterday. They also occupy the top four places in the league.

12:00am Monday 27 March 2017

Shinty: Canadian asking London to caman have a go

Shinty evangelist Joy Elliott-Bowman, right, with wife Bernie and their dog Ronan

Nova Scotia native bringing Highland game to English capital

1:17am Saturday 25 March 2017

Capital eateries come bottom of food standards league

Edinburgh premises are the worst at complying with food standard regulations in Scotland

EDINBURGH has been exposed as having the lowest food hygiene standards in Scotland and the Orkney Islands has the highest, according to consumer watchdog figures.

12:00am Saturday 25 March 2017
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