Feb 07, 2013
Charles Green, Rangers' chief executive, talks exclusively to The National about his hopes of using the local knowledge he acquired from three years spent in Dubai to revive the club. Read Article Glasgow club CEO looks to Middle East to take Rangers forward
Jan 14, 2013
The Life: Scotland seems to be increasingly confident on the global stage for alternative energy. This week, a phalanx of Scottish companies are descending on Abu Dhabi for the World Future Energy Summit. Read Article Scotland warms up to its role as renewable energy leader
Jan 03, 2013
John Rebus, the Scottish detective made popular in Ian Rankin's mystery novels, is back after a long absence, writes Malcolm Forbes, and he continues to lead an unhealthy lifestyle, and yes, he still drives that old Saab .
Read Article Veteran Edinburgh police officer Rebus returns in new Ian Rankin novel
Dec 08, 2012
As the 24th anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing approaches, many maintain that the only man convicted for the atrocity was innocent, including the father of one of the victims.
Read Article Lockerbie bombing: The search for the truth
Nov 14, 2012
The Edinburgh club have been given more time to pay a Dh2.6m tax bill in a bid to avoid following in the footsteps of Rangers, following the Glasgow club's collapse last summer. Read Article Hearts buy more time in bid to repay tax and avoid liquidation
Oct 26, 2012
From Flanders Fields and the Scottish glens to Barcelona and the Costa Brava, a clamour for independence is sweeping parts of Europe. Read Article Clamour for independence grows in a crisis-hit Europe
Oct 16, 2012
Scotland today set up a historic independence referendum after its leader signed an agreement with Britain's prime minister finalising arrangements for a vote which could lead to the demise of its three-centuries-old union with England.
Read Article Scotland, Britain seal terms of historic independence vote
Oct 05, 2012
After years of hype and hoopla, Trump International Golf Links has opened in Scotland, but will it really be the world's greatest golf course? Read Article Donald Trump's golf course tees off in Scotland
Aug 10, 2012
Often overshadowed by Edinburgh, Scotland's largest city offers lively restaurants and a steady stream of cultural events. Read Article My Kind of Place: Glasgow on the fast track to cultural hotspot
Aug 08, 2012
Martin Carr had been on life support since being attacked on July 12 as he was getting out of a taxi near his home in Dubai Marina. Read Article Family's agony as Scottish chef dies after being assaulted in Dubai