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Mervyn King says there are 'no major problems' on currency for an independent Scotland

The former governor of the Bank of England said Scotland could be an independent country

FORMER governor of the Bank of England Mervyn King has said he sees no “major problems” in Scotland being an independent country, though warned there would be consequences.

12:00am Wednesday 22 March 2017

Golf: Tiger sets his sights on an emotional Augusta return next month21-Mar-2017 00:00

Tiger Woods is targeting a return at Augusta National

American star desperate to return to scene of his greatest triumphs

12:00am Tuesday 21 March 2017

Michelle Rodger: App lets holiday accommodation hosts create a perfect guide for guests

App creator Julie Grieve says accommodation providers need to up their game to give today's holidaymakers what they want in terms of websites and communication

TECHNOLOGY has been disrupting traditional industries for decades now. Think about what Amazon did to bookshops, or what eBay did for auction trading. But perhaps one of the sectors most impacted by technology and online opportunities is travel, and…

12:10am Monday 20 March 2017

Shona Craven: Criticising SNP policy should not be seen as treason

The campaign for independence should be separated from the SNP’s record in office

IT’S a terrible time to be a policy nerd. Or a thrilling one, depending on your perspective. In normal circumstances, people’s eyes tend to glaze over when you start talking about things like sample sizes, third-variable problems and the difference…

12:00am Friday 17 March 2017

Aberdeen men up on £400k fraud charge

Fraud charges were made after arrests in the Aberdeen, Manchester and Milton Keynes areas

THREE men have been charged in connection with money laundering and online fraud worth around £400,000.

12:00am Friday 3 March 2017

Monkland Canal holds 'fresh hope' in Moira Anderson mystery

Detective Superintendent Pat Campbell said he had spoken to Moira's sister, Janet Hart

DETECTIVE Superintendent Pat Campbell, who is leading the fresh search to find the remains of Moira Anderson, who disappeared 60 years ago, said he is optimistic of bringing closure to her family as officers focus on a new “high priority”…

12:00am Wednesday 15 March 2017

France: Preliminary charges filed against Francois Fillon ahead of French election

Fillon had initially said he would quit the race if charged, but now plans to keep campaigning

FRENCH presidential candidate Francois Fillon has been given preliminary charges in an investigation of taxpayer-funded jobs his British wife and children were given but allegedly never performed.

4:14pm Tuesday 14 March 2017

Orgreave inquiry campaigners send loud message to the Home Office

Campaigners say the Battle of Orgreave and the Hillsborough disaster are inextricably linked

CAMPAIGNERS staged a noisy demonstration outside the Home Office to step up calls for an inquiry into the policing of picketing during the miners’ strike in the 1980s.

12:00am Tuesday 14 March 2017

Galloway's Crafty Distillery takes the down-to-earth approach

Graham Taylor, the mind behind Crafty Distillery, wants to get the public involved in the process

A FLEDGLING Scottish distillery has come up with a crafty plan to get people interested in its products – by inviting customers to taste them as they are developed.

12:00am Saturday 11 March 2017

Malaysia: Kim Jong Nam officially named as victim

The killing of Kim Jong Nam has caused severe damage to the relationship between Malaysia and North Korea

MALAYSIAN police have formally identified Kim Jong Nam as the victim of a fatal nerve agent attack at Kuala Lumpur’s airport.

4:34pm Friday 10 March 2017
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