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NHS · Edinburgh

Scotland on Sunday readers' letters: We must abandon the NHS and its outdated structures

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NHS has been in decline since the Tony Blair era. Part-time GPs have provided a hit-and-miss part-time service at best. We need a pragmatically based insurance service, akin to that of Germany. The only hope of reducing the continuing excessive death rate from this lack of service is reform.See the Story
European Union · Northern Ireland

Should Scotland really be aspiring to the tension and chaos of the Northern Ireland Protocol? - Willie Rennie MSP

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Boris Johnson was dishonest when he said he had found a solution. The Protocol ignited a storm of opposition from unionists. The changes the government now proposes for the Protocol have sparked anger from the EU. It isn't difficult to see why peace between Ireland and the UK is suddenly under threat again.See the Story
Edinburgh · Edinburgh

Exhibition to chart unfolding story of writers who conceal their real identities

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They have been used by writers for centuries and without their readers being any the wiser as to their true identities.See the Story
Edinburgh · Edinburgh

Meet the Glasgow man who is driving Islay’s first tuk tuk taxi

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The colourful mode of transport is more often seen on the streets of Asian countries – but one has popped up on Islay.See the Story
ScotRail · Edinburgh

Scottish Government criticised for hundreds of car trips amid ScotRail 'shambles' - with ministers 'ferried around on taxpayer pound'

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Scottish Government ministers are benefiting from a “two-tier transport system”, Labour has claimed, as new figures show more than 400 trips have been made in ministerial cars since ScotRail cut services.See the Story
Edinburgh · Edinburgh

'We are not a statistic. We have got feelings, drive and inspiration,' says homeless woman

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In an “honest, sometimes sad, sometimes lighted-hearted” film, Scottish women impacted by homelessness tell their “unheard” stories as part of a festival celebrating lived experiences.See the Story
Edinburgh · Edinburgh

Business comment: The time is right to establish Green Freeports, argues Charles Hammond, CEO, Forth Ports

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The ports industry as a whole has gone about its business largely unnoticed before now. The pandemic demonstrated the vital role that ports play in keeping the country going. The prime areas of focus of Green Freeports must be our investment in green technology, modern manufacturing, infrastructure and skills.See the Story
Highland, Scotland · Highland

The aristocrat who converted to Islam and inspired a pilgrimage to a lonely Highland mountain

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Lady Evelyn Cobbold is believed to have been the first British woman to make the pilgrimage to Mecca. The noblewoman undertaking the Hajj in 1933 aged 65, later documenting her travels in a book. She is buried in an isolated spot on her former estate at Glencarron in Wester Ross.See the Story

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