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The Herald launches its prestigious annual higher education awards

The Herald Higher Education Awards.

THE Herald is today launching its third annual Higher Education Awards to recognise the outstanding contribution to society made by colleges and universities across Scotland.

12:06am Thursday 30 March 2017

Window cleaner denies theft of £500,000 Davie artworks

COURT CASE: Artist Alan Davie died aged 93 but a window cleaner is now accused of stealing a selection of his artworks from his studio in Hertford. Picture: Graham Hamilton

Accused was going to use paintings as a skateboard ramp, court told

12:10am Thursday 30 March 2017

PC Keith Palmer died after chest stab wound despite wearing body armour

PC Keith Palmer died after chest stab wound despite wearing body armour

A police officer who was killed during the Westminster terror attack died after being stabbed in the chest, despite wearing body armour.

3:46pm Wednesday 29 March 2017

College lecturers balloted on strike action for second time in pay dispute

College lecturers balloted on strike action for second time in pay dispute

College lecturers are being balloted on strike action for a second time as part of a long-running dispute over pay.

5:57pm Friday 24 March 2017

Scotland U18s 7 Scotland U19s 19: Physical advantage edges tight encounter

Scotland U18s coach Ally Donaldson speak to the players at full-time.

Scotland Under-18s were given a physically testing game against the national Under-19 side at Inverleith yesterday in preparation for what will be hard matches against Wales, Italy and England in next month’s international series in Cardiff.

10:30pm Sunday 26 March 2017

Rising Scottish star returning home for festival show

Jenna Moynihan & Mairi Chaimbeul

IF AMERICA is the land of opportunity, its music schools must be the country in microcosm. Mairi Chaimbeul graduated from Berklee College of Music in Boston last May, having also been awarded the college’s coveted American Roots Award. She is still…

12:06am Wednesday 29 March 2017

Loved and hated in equal measure ... it can only be Belle and Sebastian, the musical face of the poetic Scottish soul

Scottish Band Belle and Sebastian photographed at the newly refurbished Kelvingrove Bandstand in Kelvingrove Park...They are playing the first concert there on the 23rd of July 2014 as part of the Commonwealth Games celebrations...1/07/14....Pictures Kirs

12:09am Sunday 26 March 2017

Herald Entrepreneur: Guitar fans turned their passion into a thriving business

Herald Entrepreneur: Guitar fans turned their passion into a thriving business

FEW of us get to make a living from our passion in life, but guitar obsessives Paula Russell and Louise Carruthers are lucky enough to be two them.

12:09am Tuesday 28 March 2017

Warning of NHS staff crisis as anger grows over below inflation pay rise

Doctors hit out at below inflation pay rise

The Scottish Government confirmed that the pay increase for NHS staff will be capped at one per cent for another year for those earning over £22,000, while employees earning £22,000 or less will receive a flat rate increase of £400.

12:05am Saturday 25 March 2017

New mugshot of Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood released by police

New mugshot of Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood released by police

A new mugshot of Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood has been released by police as they try to piece together whether the killer was supported by jihadists.

2:56pm Friday 24 March 2017
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