Here are the main stories in the news today in Edinburgh, and the rest of the UK. This […]
Scottish councils could face a combined funding gap of £553 million by 2018, according to a new report from the Accounts Commission.
The Commission has said that based on figures from 2015/16, local authorities are currently in good financial health but have found that there could be “significant challenges” in the future.
by Andy Grozier Scottish councils are set to lose out on 46 million pounds in funding […]
By: Anna Redman The Unite Union has decided against a possible fuel strike over Easter. However, a strike […]
By Alexandra Wingate First Minister Alex Salmond has attacked Scottish Conservatives for acting to aid the interests of […]
By Kerry McGinty Train overcrowding is at an all time high and it is only going to get […]
By Grant Wright A government campaign aimed to tackle knife crime in Scotland has achieved considerable success giving […]
By Bryanie Kane Plans to be revealed this week by Work and Pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith, which […]
By Kerry McGinty and Sylvie Metcalfe European Parliament has passed a human rights legislation that enables prisoners to […]
By Ryan C. Gavan Mike Russell, the Cabinet Secretary for Education in Scotland, has promised not to introduce […]
By James Davies Attack Submarine grounded off Scottish Isles HMS Astute, the Royal Navy’s newest and largest attack […]
The family of an airman killed in the Afghan Nimrod disaster have received damages from the Ministry of […]
A Government inquiry is to examine whether retail and investment banking should be separated. The suggestion of which […]
By Suhayl Afzal and Myles Edwards
Proposed changes to the list of free-to-air sporting events have triggered widespread criticism.
Sporting associations, journalists and the public have reacted angrily to the recommendations put to the department of culture, media and sport by an independent panel.
By Jamie Mann The government has expressed their will to improve the UK live music scene after proposing […]
By Rebecca Gordon Housing charity Shelter fear a spike in home repossessions as a result of the deepening […]
by Andrew Tweedie, Calum Liddle and Michael Behr. Scottish Government spending on PR increased by 10% during the […]
By Rebecca Gordon While Halloween mischief is always expected, insurance company Axa fear a spike in anti-social behaviour […]
By Vibecke Gudmundsen Scotland is getting closer to achieving the targets of increased levels of recycling and reduction […]
By Sarah Mackinnon Teachers in Scotland are set to receive new support from the Government for coping with autistic […]
By Paul McCormack Aquamarine Power, Britain’s only marine energy company, has this week announced that there is potential […]
by Michael Fern Thousands of foreign nationals are due to be issued identity cards when the government’s “ID Cards For Foreigners” scheme begins […]