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Covid in Scotland: Snowsports in a pandemic

Scottish mountain snowsports centres say they are all ready to go and just need snow and customers.
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Covid: New travel rules between home nations 'confusing'

New rules will ban travel from Wales to top tiers in England and Scotland and all Northern Ireland.
Tags: England, News, Wales, Scotland


A24, Scott Rudin Productions Option ‘Shuggie Bain’ for TV Adaptation

A24 and Scott Rudin Productions have acquired the rights to the 2020 novel “Shuggie Bain” to develop a television series based on it. Wrritten by Douglas Stuart, “Shuggie Bain” tells of a young boy growing up in 1980s Scotland. All the titular character hopes to achieve is a semblance of normalcy as he’s forced to […]
Tags: News, Scotland, A24, Scott Rudin, Scott Rudin Productions, Shuggie Bain, Scott Rudin Productions Option ` Shuggie Bain, Douglas Stuart Shuggie Bain


Covid in Scotland: More than 40 cases at Inchmarlo care home investigated

NHS Grampian says 44 cases are associated with Inchmarlo Care Home in Aberdeenshire.
Tags: News, Scotland, Inchmarlo, Inchmarlo Care Home


Snow and ice forecast to hit parts of UK towards end of week

Travel disruption expected as warnings issued for Scotland, north of Belfast, Lake District and PenninesParts of Scotland, Northern Ireland and England have been warned to expect travel disruption as snow and ice is forecast to hit towards the end of the week.The Met Office issued yellow weather warnings for Thursday and Friday over much of Scotland, areas to the north of Belfast, and the Lake District and Pennines areas of England. Continue reading...
Tags: UK, England, Scotland, UK News, Met Office, Belfast, UK Weather, Lake District, Pennines, Scotland Northern Ireland, Belfast Lake District


Covid in Scotland: Vaccine will reach care homes from 14 December

The first batches of the vaccine, which arrive in Scotland on Tuesday, will be given to health staff.
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Autumn Nations Cup: Jaco van der Walt to make Scotland debut in Ireland

Edinburgh fly-half Jaco van der Walt will make his Scotland debut in Saturday's Autumn Nations Cup third-place play-off in Ireland.
Tags: News, Scotland, Ireland, Edinburgh, Jaco van der Walt


Covid in Scotland: No extension to Scottish school Christmas holidays

The country's education secretary confirms that the Christmas holiday dates will not change.
Tags: UK, News, Scotland


Covid in Scotland: Concern over vaccine deployment to care homes

The health secretary says it is currently not possible to take the vaccine into care homes because of storage issues.
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Smelling carrots & Danish delights - Advent answers with Kirsty Gilmour

Commonwealth Games badminton medallist Kirsty Gilmour answers our Christmas questions in day three of BBC Sport Scotland's Advent Answers series.
Tags: News, Scotland, Bbc, Kirsty Gilmour


Scotland's papers: 'End in sight' as Covid vaccine approved

Scotland's front pages are dominated by the approval of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine and its impact on the pandemic.
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Where and why earthquakes occur in Scotland

Most tremors go unnoticed but larger events in the past have caused damage, forcing engineers to factor in the risk.
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Covid: Strangers swap cemeteries to pay tribute to their loved ones

Travel restrictions meant Jason in Scotland and Christine in England couldn't visit family graves.
Tags: England, News, Scotland, Jason, Christine


Covid: How I found a stranger to tend my loved one's grave at Christmas

Travel restrictions meant Jason in Scotland and Christine in England couldn't visit family graves.
Tags: England, News, Scotland, Jason, Christine


Covid in Scotland: Dumfries and Galloway level 2 decision defended

The first minister responds to claims not moving an area to level one made a "mockery" of the system.
Tags: News, Scotland, Dumfries, Galloway


Scotland: What now for Shelley Kerr's side after Euro 2022 disappointment?

BBC Scotland analyses Scotland's unsuccessful qualifying campaign for the Women's European Championship and asks where Shelley Kerr's side goes from here.
Tags: News, Scotland, Bbc, Shelley Kerr


Covid in Scotland: When will I be vaccinated against the virus?

The first vaccinations in Scotland are due to take place on 8 December - but who will be the first to receive the jab?
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UK to become first country in Europe to ban live animal exports

Environment secretary hails ‘Brexit success’ for animal welfare, but poultry to be excluded and Northern Ireland exemptedPlans to ban the export of live animals for slaughter and fattening are to be unveiled by the UK’s environment secretary, George Eustice, on Thursday.The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) said the plans were part of a renewed push to strengthen Britain’s position as a world leader on animal welfare. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, England, Wales, Scotland, Animals, Environment, UK News, World news, Britain, Farming, Animal Welfare, Northern Ireland, George Eustice, Carrie Symonds


St Mirren: Police Scotland investigate 'possible financial irregularities'

Police Scotland are investigating a report of "possible financial irregularities" at St Mirren.
Tags: News, Scotland, St Mirren


Covid in Scotland: First vaccinations to start next week

People in Scotland could start receiving the Covid-19 vaccine from next Tuesday, Nicola Sturgeon says.
Tags: UK, News, Scotland


Covid in Scotland: First vaccinations 'in next six days'

People in Scotland could start receiving the Covid-19 vaccine from next Tuesday, Nicola Sturgeon says.
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Covid in Scotland: Hospitality staff in level 2 areas suffering 'torrent of abuse'

Level two staff working in hospitality are being abused by angry travellers from level four areas, MSPs are told.
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Covid-19: Scotland 'ready to start vaccinations', says FM

Immunisations using the approved Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine will start "as soon as supplies arrive".
Tags: News, Scotland, Pfizer


Covid Vaccine: When will Scotland get it?

Who will be vaccinated first and when will that be? BBC Scotland takes a look at the government's vaccination plans.
Tags: UK, News, Scotland, Bbc


Scotland 'need more professionalism', says Lisa Evans as Euros hopes end

Scotland need "more professionalism" after they failed to qualify for Euro 2022, says midfielder Lisa Evans.
Tags: News, Scotland, Lisa Evans


Scotland's papers: Troops on vaccine standby and row over NHS bonus

The army being set to help the Covid vaccine roll-out and the row over cash for care staff make Scotland's front pages.
Tags: News, Scotland, NHS


The rollercoaster ride of Scotland's first gold mine

Production is now under way at Cononish in the west of Scotland after decades of setbacks for prospectors.
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Covid in Scotland: Will next year's Higher exams go ahead?

National 5 exams have already been cancelled, but are senior pupils likely to sit Highers next spring?
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Scotland's Euro 2022 hopes ended by 1-0 defeat by Finland

Scotland's Women's Euro 2022 hopes are over after Amanda Rantanen's stoppage time goal gives Finland victory at Easter Road.
Tags: News, Scotland, Finland, Amanda Rantanen


Scotland's Euros 2022 hopes ended by late Finland winner

Scotland's Women's Euro 2022 hopes are over after Amanda Rantanen's stoppage time goal gives Finland victory at Easter Road.
Tags: News, Scotland, Finland, Amanda Rantanen



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