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Astronaut Chris Hadfield to arrive in Scotland

Astronaut Chris Hadfield to arrive in Scotland

Commander Chris Hadfield, a retired Canadian astronaut, who was the first Canadian to walk in space, will shortly arrive in Scotland.

Scottish mothers suffering depression lack help

Scottish mothers suffering depression lack help

According to a new report, pregnant and new mothers suffering from mental health problems in a large part of Scotland do not have access to specialised health services to fight depression.

Middle Hill Troop to Export 30 Macaques to Scotland

Middle Hill Troop to Export 30 Macaques to Scotland

About 30 most troublesome Barbary macaque monkeys from the Middle Hill troop will be sent to Blair Drummond Wildlife Park in Stirling, Scotland.

Scottish Government Approves Establishment of 30 New MPAs

Scottish Government Approves Establishment of 30 New MPAs

A proposal has been approved by the Scottish government that allows the establishment of 30 new marine protected areas (MPAs) in the sea around the nation.

No Sightings of Nessie in Past One-And-Half year, informs Gary Campbell

No Sightings of Nessie in Past One-And-Half year, informs Gary Campbell

This has been for first time in past 90 years that researchers have not seen any of Loch Ness Monster during the past 18 months.

Earth's Ancient Unstable Crust was vertically Dripped into Mantle

Earth's Ancient Unstable Crust was vertically Dripped into Mantle

According to a latest report, it has been revealed by the scientists that the crust that was formed during the Archeaneon about four billion back was extremely dense.

Breast implants register’s purpose is to clean up industry

Breast implants register’s purpose is to clean up industry

According to ministers, they were cleaning up a "cattle rustler industry" steeped in "cloudy practices".

Dark Sky Park in Scotland Facing Threat from Proposed Wind Farm Construction

Dark Sky Park in Scotland Facing Threat from Proposed Wind Farm Construction

The planned construction of wind farms is likely putting southern Scotland's Dark Sky Park at peril, warned a group of campaigners.

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