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James Matthews Scotland Correspondent The office sofa will never be the same again. One end of its orange upholstery is covered in dead flies, the consequences of a 'couch trip' around Scotland on roof rails. And it smells of fish after a morning on
The UK's exhausted oil and gas fields in the North Sea could be transformed into a lucrative dump for Europe's CO2 emissions, MPs say. The Energy and Climate Change Committee says nearby nations could capture the emissions from their power stations,
LEN Scott can think of no better way to celebrate being named Adelaide's best neighbour than by spending the $1000 prize on the community he has served for decades. The Peterhead grandfather, who will celebrate his 77th birthday tomorrow has won the
Senior Research Fellow at Glasgow University HMP Grampian, which opened in March, lies on the southern side of the fishing port of Peterhead. This is high on the north-east Scottish coast, more than 50km north of Aberdeen. It is a public project and
Professor of Carbon Capture and Storage at University of Edinburgh Despite the evidence that shows greenhouse gases from burning fossil fuels are leading to changes in the planet's climate, the development of large scale technologies to slow or stop
Peterhead carbon capture project secures design funding Shell and SSE are aiming to develop carbon capture at Peterhead Multi-million pound funding to help with design costs for a planned carbon capture and storage plant at Peterhead has been
Education Department over transparency about sex abuse in schools is running for Parliament. Mel Calone, 35, will nominate today the last day possible to contest the coastal seat of Lee at the March 15 poll. Her children attended the western suburbs
Gales cut power to 1,800 homes Towns including Saltcoats, in Ayrshire, have been experiencing some of the adverse weather About 1,800 homes in Scotland have been left without power on Christmas morning, after strong winds swept across the country.
Plans for radio studios in two Scottish jails criticised The studios will be installed in Glasgow's Barlinnie Prison and HMP Grampian which is set to open in 2014 A Conservative MSP has criticised plans to install radio studios at two of Scotland's
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.