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IF THE mating habits of Chinese pandas could be reduced to Scots argot, it would be a case of “get your coat, you’ve pulled”.
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Tian Tian and Yang Guang have 36-hour window to produce scientific and commercial coup: a panda cub born in captivity...
Britain’s two giant pandas are preparing to meet for the first time in the hopes of mating, with just two short days to conceive a cub.
The CEO of Standard Life's salary comes in for scrutiny.
THE MET Office has warned of snow across the country - just a week after record-breaking temperatures swept across the country.
From hidden emissions to why green firms need to tell the world they're awesome, we run down this week's top stories...
Emerging talent takes to the runway
THE CITY of Edinburgh Council is to pursue Portobello Park Action Group (PPAG) for the costs incurred in their recent legal case against the Council.
HORRIFIED residents heard what they believed were fireworks shortly before a man was found dead in an Edinburgh street.
With nominations for the local elections in Scotland closing later, the BBC's local government correspondent Jamie McIvor looks at the issues surrounding the 3 May poll.
A NEW collaboration between government, industry leaders and environmental campaigners will lead Scotland in getting more electric vehicles on the roads.
The mother and sisters of Ewan Williamson the firefighter who died while fighting a blaze at The Balmoral Bar are to sue for damages.
THE Scottish Seabird Centre, North Berwick, is celebrating the landing of the first puffin in 2012 on the Firth of Forth islands.
SCOTLAND’S oldest rugby club is hoping to build a 5000-capacity stadium and retail development in an upmarket part of Edinburgh.
LONDON (Reuters) - Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP), the owner of London's Gatwick and City airports, and a JP Morgan-led consortium are to fight each other for control of Edinburgh Airport and are...
Criticism of the Supreme Court by the Justice Minister and other Government Ministers led to the consideration of a certification system for appeals. This new system is now being reassessed.
EDINBURGH Bus Tours has today launched a new historic tour to its award-winning portfolio.
Five years to the day after work on the trams began there is an end in sight, says former city council leader Donald Anderson...
Cycle campaigners have joined forces with local creatives to highlight the negative impact of b...
New bears at the zoo!
THE man in line to be the next leader of the city council is recovering in hospital after undergoing surgery for a brain tumour.
Tom Buchanan, widely tipped to take over as SNP group leader on the council, is said to be doing well following the operation at the Western General Hospital.
A counterfeit trader is fined for selling fake designer jewellery after a raid by trading standards officers in Edinburgh.
AIRPORT-style check-ins machines are being installed at Edinburgh hospitals in a bid to speed up waiting times.
The UK and Scottish governments are being urged to work together to support the marine energy industry.
DEVELOPERS have set themselves on a collision course with campaigners by refusing to scale back plans for 116 new homes in the grounds of a historic university campus in Edinburgh.