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Norway reveals plans for river trap system to protect wild salmon

Announcement comes as Scottish report says open-pen salmon farms pose substantial risk to wild populationNorway is to introduce new traps to protect wild salmon after experts warned they could become endangered as a result of contact with their farmed counterparts.Farmed fish and non-native pink salmon carry various diseases and lice, and in recent years have spread from Russia across the Norwegian coastline, reaching Britain and mainland Europe. Continue reading...
Tags: Food, Europe, Scotland, Animals, Russia, Environment, UK News, World news, Fish, Britain, Wildlife, Conservation, Marine Life, Fishing, Norway, Europe Continue


Erin Cuthbert: Scotland duty still a 'pinch me' moment for 45-cap forward

Erin Cuthbert still has to "pinch myself" at playing for Scotland as the forward prepares for her 46th cap at just 23 years old.
Tags: News, Scotland, Erin Cuthbert


Scotland's papers: Needle spiking probe and Covid booster warning

An investigation into needle attacks and a call to speed up the booster rollout make the front pages.
Tags: News, Scotland


The amount of coastal water that can harbor harmful Vibrio bacteria has spiked 56%. One species is flesh-eating.

Dead menhaden fish float in the Navesink River in New Jersey on April 2, 2021. The state's Department of Environmental Protection said a species of Vibrio bacteria is likely responsible. Wayne Parry/AP Rising sea temperatures are leading the habitat for Vibrio bacteria - which lives in warm, brackish water - to expand. The portion of coastlines in which Vibrio bacteria can thrive has risen 56% since the 1980s. It's one of many ways climate change is worsening human health. The amo...
Tags: Science, News, Climate Change, Cdc, Scotland, Environment, US, Trends, Public Health, Canada, New Jersey, United Nations, Associated Press, Infectious Disease, Pacific Northwest, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention


Gregor Townsend says 'belief will drive Scotland forward'

Head coach Gregor Townsend says the next stage of Scotland's evolution is to develop the belief they can beat any team in the world.
Tags: News, Scotland, Gregor Townsend


Police Scotland investigate reports of spiking by injection

One woman student tells BBC Scotland that she believes she was spiked by a needle while on a night out.
Tags: News, Scotland, Bbc


Watchdog urges Police Scotland to become 'more inclusive'

A report looked at the recruitment, retention, development and promotion of under-represented groups in Police Scotland.
Tags: News, Scotland


It's a virtual knockout - with calculators at the ready - as Scotland take on Oman in last league game

Oman, Bangladesh and Scotland are bunched so closely together on NRR that nothing is certain till all the games get ove
Tags: Scotland, Sport, Cricket, Oman, Oman Bangladesh


T20 World Cup: 'Must-win' match for Scotland can 'leave a legacy'

Head coach Shane Burger calls on Scotland to "inspire a nation" by sealing a place in the next round of the Men's T20 World Cup.
Tags: News, Scotland, Shane Burger


Why is Scotland a prime rocket launch site?

The Scottish government has unveiled a plan to build a network of satellite launch sites.
Tags: News, Scotland


Scotland eager to create history as Super 12s spot beckons

They spoke of topping their group and coach Shane Burger said he wouldn't be surprised if they do
Tags: Scotland, Sport, Cricket, Shane Burger


Charles Amini targets 'doing a Scotland' against Bangladesh

With qualification equations steep, PNG batter says the team's first goal is to achieve a win
Tags: Scotland, Sport, Cricket, Bangladesh, Charles Amini


12 uncapped players in Scotland squad for autumn Tests

Scotland include 12 uncapped players in their 42-man squad for the Autumn Nations Series.
Tags: News, Scotland


Scotland: Gregor Townsend names 12 uncapped players in Autumn Nations Series squad

Scotland include 12 uncapped players in their 42-man squad for the Autumn Nations Series.
Tags: News, Scotland, Gregor Townsend


Let’s catch up with the men’s T20 World Cup

If in January we decide to rank the months of 2021 according to how hard it was for us to pay attention to the wider world, it would be a very big surprise if October didn’t come out top. Illnesses have seemingly been queueing patiently for two years and are now entering our home sequentially, monstering the smallest family member in particular. What we’re saying here is that the men’s T20 World Cup has so far been passing us by a little. We’ve really only noticed five things. Thing 1: ...
Tags: England, News, Sex, Scotland, Ireland, Pakistan, Netherlands, Bangladesh, Papua New Guinea, Jason Roy, Associates, PNG, Glenn Maxwell, Chris Greaves, Curtis Campher


Culture Meets Climate: artists and scientists tell stories of the planet

Since its creation in 2011 — and thanks to the collaboration of 2,500 cultural organizations in 80 countries — Google Arts & Culture has allowed people to explore the world through a cultural lens. Like culture, nature plays a foundational role in people’s lives and identities and over the years, its presence on our platform has developed organically, thanks to collaborations with natural history museums, scientists, artists, NGOS, preservation and scientific organizations. And as the climate cr...
Tags: Google, UK, Scotland, US, Earth, National Parks, United Kingdom, United Nations, Antarctica, Ngos, Peru, Bangladesh, Tanzania, Papua New Guinea, Borneo, Namibia


Scotland's papers: 'Miracle at No 3' and snub for carbon capture hub

The devastating aftermath of an explosion at a housing estate in Ayr make Scotland's front pages.
Tags: News, Scotland


Zeeshan Maqsood rues Jatinder Singh's dismissal, but happy to have put Bangladesh 'under pressure'

The Oman captain was hopeful they can overcome Scotland to make the Super 12s
Tags: Scotland, Sport, Cricket, Oman, Bangladesh, Jatinder Singh, Zeeshan Maqsood


Drone footage shows massive damage from explosion in Scotland – video

A family of four were seriously hurt after an explosion ripped through a terraced house on a South Ayrshire council estate, destroying their home and severely damaging others. Continue reading...
Tags: Scotland, South Ayrshire


T20 World Cup: Scotland beat Papua New Guinea & Bangladesh see off Oman

Scotland take a big step towards qualifying for the Super 12s stage of the Men's T20 World Cup with a second win in three days.
Tags: News, Scotland, Oman, Bangladesh, Papua New Guinea


Scotland one win away from T20 World Cup qualification

Scotland take a big step towards qualifying for the Super 12s stage of the Men's T20 World Cup with a second win in three days.
Tags: News, Scotland


Covid in Scotland: Booster jabs 'pushed back', say opposition MSPs

Third Covid vaccine doses for some groups will now be available from November rather than October.
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T20 World Cup - Scotland v Papua New Guinea: Berrington leads Scots to second win

Watch the best of Richie Berrington's 70 off 49 balls as Scotland beat Papua New Guinea by 17 runs at the Men's T20 World Cup.
Tags: News, Scotland, Papua New Guinea, Berrington, Richie Berrington


Berrington and Davey star as Scotland get past spirited PNG

Second win in a row puts Scotland in a great position to make it to the Super 12s
Tags: Scotland, Sport, Cricket, Davey, Berrington


T20 World Cup: Scotland beat Papua New Guinea in Al Amerat

Scotland take a big step towards qualifying for the Super 12s stage of the Men's T20 World Cup with a second win in three days.
Tags: News, Scotland, Papua New Guinea, Al Amerat


Scotland beat PNG to close in on T20 World Cup qualification

Scotland take a big step towards qualifying for the Super 12s stage of the Men's T20 World Cup with a second win in three days.
Tags: News, Scotland, PNG


‘Yeah, for sure. My dad’s got a filthy accent’ - can Scotland claim Norrie?

Cameron Norrie was born in South Africa, grew up in New Zealand, and represents Britain. His father is from Glasgow and his mother is Welsh. But does he consider himself Scottish?
Tags: News, Scotland, Britain, South Africa, New Zealand, Glasgow, Norrie, Cameron Norrie


History’s Mysteries: Spalding Golf’s Final Countdown

Welcome back to the latest installment of History’s Mysteries. MyGolfSpy is jumping into the DeLorean and taking a 1.21 jiggawatt-fueled look at the long life and quick death of Spalding Golf. Titleist has been the Ball King for so long, it’s hard to remember a time when it wasn’t. Turns out it was just 20 years ago. Throughout the 90s and into the early 2000s, Spalding and Titleist were running neck and neck in golf ball production. Spalding spent over 125 years as a sporting goods giant. As th...
Tags: Japan, New York, Scotland, Boston, Massachusetts, America, Atlanta, Nike, Sport, Chicago, Golf, Luke Donald, Questor, Golf News, KKR, Hall of Fame


Scotland bat and bring Evans in; Soper replaces Ravu for PNG

A win would take Scotland a step closer towards Super 12s
Tags: Scotland, Sport, Cricket, Evans, PNG, Soper, Ravu


Scotland misses out on first carbon capture and storage facility

It had been hoped the Acorn Project at St Fergus in Aberdeenshire could be ready by the middle of the decade.
Tags: News, Scotland, Aberdeenshire, St Fergus