Scotland will seek to intervene against the UK Government as it seeks to overturn a legal ruling which made clear MPs must approve the formal triggering of Brexit, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
Flags are flying at half mast in Scotland as a mark of respect to Labour MP Jo Cox.
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.
Talk of a possible World Cup boycott is “huff and puff” and will not cause Sepp Blatter to lose any sleep, former First Minister Alex Salmond has claimed.
McCrorie-mania is overshadowing the General Election campaign, former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has revealed.
Three bridges spanning three centuries have the potential to become a magnet for visitors from across the world, according to the chairman of VisitScotland, Mike Cantlay.
Future UK Government budgets for offshore wind are unlikely to support Scotland’s ambitions to develop the industry, the first minister has said.
A “poignant and fitting” ceremony will mark the handover of RAF Leuchars to the army on March 31, the last ever station commander of RAF Leuchars has confirmed.
Councillors have called for regular monitoring of any costs associated with the promotion of the Gaelic language in Fife.
When the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards’ officers’ mess at Fallingbostel in Germany is emptied and its contents shipped to Leuchars, one thing is for sure there’s going to be a need for a lot of bubble wrap.