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Chambers of commerce back Firth of Forth green freeport bid

Three chambers of commerce have declared their support for a green freeport in the Firth of Forth. Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce, Fife Chamber of Commerce and Forth Valley Chamber of Commerce, which represent nearly 1,500 international and Scottish…

27/09/2022

Discovery of ultra rare diamond suggests Earth’s mantle has oceans’ worth of water hidden inside

Mantle water may affect how volcanoes erupt, and impact Earth’s seismic activity and plate tectonics, scientists say

27/09/2022

The four new driving laws coming into force in UK this month

Motorists have been urged to be familiar with new driving laws that have been rolled out this month, including stricter rules against the use of mobile phones.

27/09/2022

Drinking two to three cups of coffee a day linked with longer lifespan – study

When compared with avoiding coffee, it was also associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease.

26/09/2022

64% ‘think banks and others should do more to help customers through crisis’

Some 64% of people surveyed said banks and other financial providers are not doing enough to help their customers during the tough current times.

26/09/2022

Welsh Government to spend £1.8m promoting World Cup participation

A series of projects supporting culture, arts and heritage will be launched in a bid to secure a lasting legacy for Welsh football.

26/09/2022

Government growth proposals part of ‘millennia-long trend’ of encroaching on nature, says Sir Partha Dasgupta

Exclusive: Sir Partha Dasgupta said he had not yet seen the change in approach to economics needed if we are to reverse biodiversity loss and enhance prosperity

26/09/2022

Fish previously thought to be extinct found naturally reproducing in Colorado

‘Our team of field technicians literally high-fived right there in the stream when we captured that first fry’

26/09/2022

How scientists are taking ‘snapshots’ of prehistoric Britain

Scientists have been using sophisticated forensic techniques to create snapshots of life in prehistoric Britain.

26/09/2022

Family ties give animals reasons to help or harm as they age, research suggests

When living in a group of close relatives, it might be in an animal’s interest to behave in a way that helps the whole group., the study found.

26/09/2022

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