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Priestfield Parish Church in Edinburgh is the 300th church in Scotland to register as an eco-congregation, it has been announced.
Research by Scottish Renewables suggests 11,695 people are currently in full-time jobs in the sector, up five per cent on the previous year.
A senior Kirk figure has welcomed affirmative comments by Scottish Environment Minister Paul Wheelhouse on land reform.
The Taize ecumenical community based in France, which has an emphasis on youth and historic Christian spirituality in a changing world, will be holding one of its European weekends in Edinburgh from 15-17 March 2014.
Glasgow is looking forward to celebrating the life and work of its city’s patron saint once more in 2014.
A new website has been launched to press for better standards in privately rented accommodation in Scotland.
Testimony in a report broadcast on Channel 4 News confirms what 'Justice for Megrahi' investigative campaigners have been saying for some time.
Penal reformers have expressed disappointment at a negative ruling from the Court of Session in Scotland on prisoner votes.
Concerns are being raised about new figures showing a large drop in women's wages in Scotland.
Activists have welcomed the overturning of a decision to allow liquidators for Scottish Coal to abandon environmental obligations at former opencast mines.