Scotland’s First Minister will pile pressure on Scottish Water after The Courier revealed a Perthshire community’s supply is tainted with potentially deadly bacteria.
An extra £20 million will be included in next year’s budget to help those hit by the so-called “bedroom tax”, Nicola Sturgeon will announce.
The new Queensferry Crossing will be toll free, Scotland’s Finance Secretary will announce.
Men in Dundee receive on average £18,000 less in pension payments than the UK average, according to the Scottish Government.
Surrounded by high fencing and barbed wire, hundreds of gleaming white shipping containers stretch to the horizon, bounded by the shimmering blue waters of the mighty Euphrates River on one side and the arid landscape of the Turkish highlands on the other. Once, these containers carried goods along the motorways of Europe.
Perth College has been denied money for courses crucial to both the local and national economy, according to its chief executive.
Hundreds of cases of cyber bullying have been reported by schools across Scotland in the past three years, new figures have revealed.
Bosses at NHS Tayside are still looking for millions of pounds of savings as they try to plug the massive blackhole in its budget.
A Perth hotel boss named and shamed as part of a government clampdown on companies not paying workers the minimum wage says he was “surprised” to see himself on the list.
The Fife man at the centre of a groundbreaking decision that could throw the UK Government’s controversial “bedroom tax” policy into disarray has described the last few days as “like winning the lottery without the cash”.