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1 November 2013 1 View comments As crowds of horse-showing experts gathered in Cardiff to battle it out for Horse of the Year, they knew the competition would be tough. But nobody was quite ready for three-year-old Fenton Kirkland...Taking to the
Four people died when the helicopter went down on approach to Sumburgh Airport on 23 August. The Service of Remembrance will be held from 14:00 in the Kirk of St Nicholas Uniting in Aberdeen. It will include a Book of Remembrance to mark the 25th
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
Farmer adopts donkey whose mother rejected her and keeps her at home rearing her on goat's milk Jane Nelson, 49, was waking up throughout the night to care for baby Hope The donkey's mother bit her and kicked her over immediately after birth Farmer: '
Scottish government ministers challenge Shetland wind farm ruling Protesters argue the development is too big and would blight the landscape The Scottish government is to appeal a Court of Session ruling to quash consent for a major wind farm in the
The whimbrel, a rare species of bird has managed to halt work on one of the biggest wind farm projects in Scotland after environmentalists' claims that the operation would endanger the species and obscure its habitat, The Times of Scotland reported
Shetland's Schiehallion and Loyal oil fields see £1bn of contracts awarded More than £1bn of contracts have now been awarded to UK-based companies for the redevelopment of the Schiehallion and Loyal oil fields west of Shetland, operator BP has said.
9 September 2013 0 View comments A poor polecat killed on a Scottish road has received further rough treatment after bungling road workers painted a fresh white line right over its corpse. Harbour worker Ross Maclennan, 43, spotted the painted dead
No 'causal technical failure' yet found The cause of the helicopter crash into the sea off Shetland is still being probed No evidence of a "causal technical failure" for the Shetland Super Puma tragedy has been found so far, investigators have said.
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