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First minister Nicola Sturgeon has unveiled a new fuel poverty scheme, backed by up to £224 million from the Scottish Government, which will help as many as 28,000 Scots to heat their homes. Over the next seven years, Warmer Homes Scotland will install measures such as insulation, heating and domes

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(from left) Newell McGuiness, SELECT managing director, Fergus Ewing, minister for business, energy and tourism and Eric Rae, president of SELECT Properly qualified and competent electricians in Scotland should be registered to protect consumers, according to energy minister Fergus Ewing.

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An early artist’s impression of how the site might look Dunedin Canmore submits plans for Edinburgh homes

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Construction work on a £21.4 million new high school in the Scottish Borders has been delayed until 2016 as a result of a European ruling affecting investment projects across the country. Scottish Borders Council, which secured planning permission for the new Kelso High School in October 2014, had

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Designs have emerged of the £200 million extension of Union Square in Aberdeen as the public are given the opportunity to have their say on the development. Based on two key themes, ‘The Granite City and its Harbour’ and ‘Aberdeen’s Maritime Heritage’, it is hoped the designs can help att

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