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Village church saved by its community

Nestled along the historic route connecting Balloch and Stirling, an 1800s church sits on the ...

By Harvey Smart, The Clydesider

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Opening night of Ness Hall 21st July 1964. Image Courtesy of Comunn Eachraidh Nis

The white elephant on the hill?

Dell Hall, Ness Hall or the Murdo Macaulay Memorial Hall – all titles used to ...

By Netty Sopata , fios

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No News Is Bad News: Help Indie News Thrive

No news is good news…  Or is it? Without news, how would you know about ...

By The Scottish Beacon

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Citizens Agenda call out from The Scottish Beacon

What issues should candidates be addressing during the general election campaign?

At the Scottish Beacon, we believe in doing journalism differently, and we believe that the ...

By The Scottish Beacon

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Polling Station

What you need to know about the General Election in Scotland

This year’s general election will take place this summer – despite most of us being ...

By The Scottish Beacon

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Fish farm

New inquiry into Scottish salmon farming

MSPs have launched a follow-up inquiry to ask if recommendations made six years ago have ...

By The Lochside Press

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Edinburgh Council - LEZ introduction which begins on 1st June 2024

Edinburgh Low Emission Zone enforcement begins on Saturday

A scheme that restricts the most polluting vehicles entering the city centre of the capital ...

By Luke Jackson, Midlothian View

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Europe’s only fully licenced vertical launch spaceport declared open

WESTERN Europe’s first fully licensed vertical launch spaceport is officially ready for take-off after it ...

By Hans J Marter, Shetland News

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Plastic free Stonehaven

Plastic free business champions lead the way to gaining plastic free status for Stonehaven

Stonehaven is on the cusp of gaining ‘plastic free’ status from Surfers Against Sewage thanks ...

By Marion Montgomery, The Bellman

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The Kenmure St protests | Photo by Simon Murpy

‘These are our Neighbours’: Three years on from Kenmure Street, what’s changed?

It’s now three years since the people of Glasgow came together in unity to challenge ...

By Pinar Aksu and Tabassum Niamat

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No News is Bad News Campaign map

‘No News is Bad News’ Scottish Beacon event to explore future of local news

Journalism today is at a crossroads. Old models based on commercial advertising are no longer ...

By The Scottish Beacon

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Colin Beattie, MSP: “An efficient public transport system is essential”

An efficient public transport system is essential in unlocking Scotland’s economic potential and in our ...

By Colin Beattie MSP, Midlothian View

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