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A pioneering Fife food project that attracted £1 million in public funding has folded.Post a comment ()
A former office accounts manager who embezzled almost £30,000 from the scaffolding firm she worked for has been spared a jail sentence.
An app providing information on sexual health has been banned from the Google Play app store for gratuitous content - despite being developed in ...Post a comment ()
St Johnstone boss Tommy Wright believes adding goals to his game could turn David Wotherspoon into the complete package.Post a comment ()
New Dunfermline boss John Potter is preparing himself for a baptism of fire against Stranraer tomorrow – but he wouldn’t have it any other way.Post a comment ()
Labour leader Ed Miliband "doesn't give a toss" about Wales because his party has become an "elitist, metropolitan" organisation, a Cabinet minister ...
The Government is pledging to tackle ageism in the workplace by offering fresh support to older jobseekers.
Women will be hardest hit by George Osborne's austerity measures if the Conservatives win next May's general election, Labour has warned.
Britain's immigration system is in "intensive care", the chair of an influential parliamentary committee has warned.
The vinyl connoisseur is playing us 12 classic festive tracks on twelve record players from his vast collection.Post a comment ()
British people are lousy parkers, new research suggests.Post a comment ()
Sir, – We were delighted to see Scottish Government proposals to cut youth unemployment by 40% in the next seven years, as outlined in its youth ...Post a comment ()
A teenager held on suspicion of attempted murder is being sought by police after he was released from prison by mistake.
The curtain will fall on Strictly Come Dancing tonight, as four celebrities and their partners fight it out for the glitterball trophy.
The head of Sony Pictures has insisted the studio has "not caved" over the decision to cancel the release of a movie about a plot to assassinate ...
High street spending is set to reach £1.2 billion today as festive shoppers hit the stores on "Panic Saturday".
ITV's Text Santa appeal raised its highest ever total as viewers dug deep to donate more than £5.5 million.
Gas companies should give free carbon monoxide alarms to all households, councils have said.