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The Stromness lifeboat was launched at about 05:40, and a lifeboat from Shetland is also making its way to the scene. The passenger is thought to have gone overboard from the ferry Hrossey, which was sailing from Kirkwall in Orkney to Lerwick in
George Eustice and Alistair Carmichael meeting Peterhead fishermen The UK's new fisheries minister is visiting Peterhead to meet skippers and industry leaders. George Eustice is being accompanied by new Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael.
In Edinburgh the wait can be between four and nine years, while in Aberdeen the wait can stretch up to seven years. The figures were disclosed in response to freedom of information requests by Green MSP Alison Johnstone to local authorities covering
Scottish fire board to consider control room closures The fire board will be asked to back the closure of local control rooms The Scottish Fire and Rescue Board is to be asked to back plans which would see the closure of five control rooms...The plan
The roads were getting narrower and narrower on the drive through southwestern Scotland. We had left behind the divided highway outside Glasgow, and then, somewhere near the towns with signs saying Haste Ye Back, had lost the painted line down the
00 from Port Seton before stopping off at the main harbour on the way to St Giles Cathedral...It was followed by a private burial, attended by close family only...The artist's three children paid tribute to their father during the celebration of his
Information from the Office of National Statistics showed that 30.2% of Glasgow households had no-one aged between 16 and 64 in employment during 2012. The city takes over from Liverpool, which slipped back one place at 28.7%. Other top five areas
Thousands of oil and gas industry delegates are in Aberdeen for the start of the biennial Offshore Europe exhibition and conference. Offshore Europe is being held at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre and runs until Friday...Bob Keiller,
Plan for viewing platform at top of Forth Rail Bridge 27 August 2013 Last updated at 01:44 ET Plans have been unveiled for a viewing platform at the top of the Forth Bridge to give visitors a "close-up" look at one of Scotland's most famous sights.
Edinburgh secure Western Force forward James Hilterbrand Former Western Force forward James Hilterbrand has agreed a two-year contract with Edinburgh. The Australia-born 24-year-old, who qualifies for Scotland through his grandparents, will sign