More than 500 ‘fish and chip’ jumpers have been made by ladies from the Scottish Association for Marine Sceince (SAMS) at Dunstaffnage and Tesco Oban, staff and friends at Dunbeg Primary School and other clubs in the Oban area for babies in Malawi.
Find out more about the ‘fish and chip’ jumpers in The Oban . . . → Read More: ‘Fish and Chip’ jumpers head for Malawi
DJ and producer Calvin Harris has made chart history after becoming the first act to score eight top 10 hits from the same album.
DISNEY is to cut jobs after parts of the business saw a drop in income that has been partly blamed on poor DVD sales of the Oscar-winning cartoon Brave, which is set in Scotland.
TOURISM buyers from across the world were competing to secure the best the west coast has to offer at VisitScotland Expo 2013 – with West Highlands and islands stands among the most popular at the event.
Held in Glasgow’s SECC over Wednesday and Thursday April 17-18 2013, the event is the premier international tourism exhibition . . . → Read More: West Highlands to the fore at international tourism expo
Oban Lorne RFC First XV became heroes on Saturday April 20 2013 as they lifted the RBS Bowl at Murrayfield in Edinburgh after a hard-fought 19-14 win over Grangemouth Stags RFC.
Tries from Struan Smith, Jamie MacMillan and Andy MacDougall, as well as two conversions from Craig Wright, . . . → Read More: Oban Lorne RFC lift the National Bowl
EDinburgh’s revamped Assembly Rooms has been shortlisted for nine top awards, for architecture and as an events location.
THE Dalkeith-based maker of Filofax leather organisers has been bought by its chief executive, according to reports today.
EMAILS from former Creative Scotland chief executive Andrew Dixon reveal his belief that criticism of the body was “highly political”.
I like to think of myself as a glass-half-full kind of fellow. Doom and despondency are my natural enemies, hope and optimism my watchwords.
SCOTTISH Labour leader Johann Lamont yesterday tried to head off a rebellion in her own party against a plan for greater devolution for Scotland, insisting it was not an attempt to “appease” the SNP.
UP TO 50 congregations may leave the Church of Scotland if the General Assembly votes next month to allow the ordination of openly gay ministers.
IT’S bound to create a buzz in the arts world. An ambitious plan to keep bees and produce honey on the roof of the Scottish National Gallery is taking flight.
UP TO £1.2 million of public money is to be ploughed into a gala party to herald the arrival of the Ryder Cup golf tournament in Scotland next year.
PUBLIC authorities in Scotland have spent more than £400,000 on private legal advice to help them respond to freedom of information requests, an investigation by Scotland on Sunday can reveal.
A POLICE officer is facing prosecution over leaking sensitive material to the media in what is thought to be the first case of its kind in Scotland.
IT may be the first map ever to feature Minnie the Minx, Anne Frank and Olympic gold medallist Katherine Grainger.
A SPECIAL interrogation team was on standby last night to question the Boston marathon bombing suspect to determine if or not he and his brother were part of a wider terror conspiracy.
IT’S often said you should never look a gift horse in the mouth. And it seems city punters are strongly adhering to this advice by backing shock Grand National winner and Edinburgh-linked horse Auroras Encore to win today’s Scottish National in their droves.
THE full scale of the torrid times faced by Scottish tourism has emerged, after figures revealed the value of the sector had slumped by almost £200 million in the space of a year – equivalent to more than £500,000 a day.