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Articles from The Scotsman Online (October 13, 2020)

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'I've reflected on what I could have done better with Finn' - Gregor Townsend used lockdown to rebuild relationship with Russell; Gregor Townsend is big on self-improvement. His eagerness to learn from other sports and other countries has been well documented. Graham Bean 1100
'Slim chance' of Oxford Covid-19 vaccine before Christmas says health chief; There is a 'slim chance' of a Covid-19 vaccine being ready before Christmas, a health chief has confirmed. Gary Flockhart 1038
'We're only just getting started': Scots Minecraft and gaming mogul Chris van der Kuyl on being honoured by the Queen and a bright future; As the congratulations pour in for renowned Scottish entrepreneur Chris van der Kuyl being awarded a CBE, he talks through his career with Emma Newlands - and stresses that he is only getting started. Emma Newlands 1166
12 areas in Scotland with the lowest coronavirus rates; New data shows breakdown of coronavirus rates according to area over a seven day period. Beth Murray 661
2023 Solheim Cup to be staged in Spain; Spain will stage the Solheim Cup for the first time when it hosts the 2023 match at Finca Cortesin on the Costa del Sol. Martin Dempster 438
Accessing the right kind of help can transform the lives of new mums - Julia Abel; Pregnancy, birth and caring for a new baby can involve some of the most rewarding experiences in life. Yet being a new parent can also be full of difficult and isolating momentsnote-0. Julia Abel, Head of Development & Partnership with Inspiring Scotland . Medical condition overview 526
Activists board supertrawler in protest against against damaging fishing; An international supertrawler fishing in a protected area of the sea off Scotland's east coast has been forced to move on after environmental activists boarded the vessel in a protest against damaging fishing activities. Ilona Amos 780
Ada Lovelace Day 2020: Who was the mathematician and writer and why do we commemorate her? Why isn't Ada Lovelace Day held on the late mathematician's birthday? So as not to compete with December's 'traditionally unmissable employee booze-ups'; Why isn't Ada Lovelace Day held on the late mathematician's birthday? So as not to compete with December's 'traditionally unmissable employee booze-ups'. Alex Nelson 676
ANALYSIS: What is happening to Scotland's GP practices? Satisfaction with overall care at GP practices in Scotland has fallen in the biggest year-on-year drop since 2009, as reported by the Health and Care Experience survey published by the Scottish government on Tuesday. Elsa Maishman 652
Apple iPhone 12: 5G, and everything we know about the new handsets; Apple has entered the age of 5G, with the launch of four new phones today. Scott McCartney 570
BBC Sports Personality of Year to go ahead despite no Wimbledon, Olympics, Open or Euro 2020; The BBC Sports Personality of Year awards will take place on December 20, the corporation has confirmed. Andy Hampson 437
Bo'ness firefighters take inspiration from Toy Story to help send young boy with leukaemia on dream holiday; Bighearted Bo'ness firefighters captured the spirit of Toy Story when they completed a gruelling 24-hour challenge - and raised enough money to send a three-year-old boy with leukaemia on the trip of a lifetime. Gary Flockhart 502
Bonfire Night 2020: Firefighters warn of pressure on emergency services ahead of November 5; The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) has underlined the dangers of fireworks after firefighters revealed they received more than 2,000 call outs in the lead up to bonfire night. Conor Marlborough 682
Book reviews: Serpentine, by Philip Pullman / The Lost Spells, by Robert Macfarlane; In his latest visit to the world of His Dark Materials, Philip Pullman once again incorporates the supernatural with great success, while Robert Macfarlane makes the natural almost magical in The Lost Spells. Stuart Kelly 1021
Boris Johnson overruled SAGE scientists who called for tougher lockdown three weeks ago; Boris Johnson overruled SAGE scientists who called for a tougher lockdown three weeks ago. Alexander Brown 530
Britain facing '[pounds sterling]40 billion a year tax rises' within five years as borrowing reaches levels not seen since second world war; Britain is facing "[pounds sterling]40 billion a year tax rises" within five years as borrowing reaches levels not seen since the second world war. Alexander Brown 1041
Charlie Nicholas hits back at Neil Lennon over 'shambolic' response, Rangers boss Steven Gerrard learns Old Firm fate, Parkhead club rage after third positive Covid-19 test - Scottish Premiership Rumour Mill; Tuesday's Scottish football news and gossip. Craig Fowler 325
Climate change: Ethical finance can help deliver a 'Marshall Plan for the planet' - Omar Shaikh; This past year has highlighted the most pressing challenges to our economy in modern times. Omar Shaikh 1194
Coronavirus in Scotland RECAP: 1,297 new positive cases along with seven additional deaths; Follow here for all Tuesday's coronavirus updates in Scotland, the UK and around the world. Rachel Mackie and Gary Flockhart 305
Coronavirus in Scotland: more deaths recorded in recent four months compared to previous winter; The number of deaths in Scotland between April and July was higher than in winter for the first time on record due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Craig Paton 407
Coronavirus in Scotland: Nicola Sturgeon confirms 7 new deaths and 1,297 cases; Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed the latest coronavirus figures for Scotland. Conor Marlborough 305
Coronavirus: Scotland could get tougher Covid tiered lockdown system than England says Nicola Sturgeon; Scotland could adopt a tougher "tiered" approach to future Coronavirus restrictions than England amid concerns the highest alert level planned south of the border won't halt its spread. Scott Macnab 609
Covid: Cancellation of Scotland's National 5 exams raises a question: do they really matter? - Cameron Wyllie; I confess I was in a very grumpy mood as I settled to watch the Deputy First Minister's statement about the SQA exams in 2021 on Wednesday. Cameron Wyllie 1190
Cristiano Ronaldo tests positive for Covid-19 and is withdrawn from Portugal squad; Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo has tested positive for coronavirus, the Portuguese Football Federation has confirmed. Matthew Elder 160
Cyclists say these 10 cities have the most dangerous road surfaces in the UK; Cyclists have expressed their concern over road surfaces in cities all over the UK. Ethan Shone 445
Dangerous toys are being sold on online marketplaces; More than half of toys tested from online marketplaces had serious safety issues which could seriously injure - or even kill - a child, the toy industry body has warned. Jane Bradley 618
David Gray plays a captain's role as Hibs return to league duty on the back of 1-0 cup victory over Forfar; With just three minutes remaining, David Gray rose at the back post to head home a Stevie Mallan freekick. Moira Gordon 541
Donald Trump: The case against this despotic US President is overwhelming - Henry McLeish; In three weeks' time, the fate of the 45th President, Donald Trump, will be decided by nearly 160 million American voters. Henry McLeish 1214
Dunfermline schoolboy opens 'one in a million' Irn Bru can; A schoolboy was left stunned after he opened a 'one in a million' can of Irn Bru - which was completely clear. Beth Murray 514
Dutch cafe chain Greenwoods taking its stylish offering to heart of Edinburgh; A pioneering Dutch cafe chain is taking its laid back style to the heart of Edinburgh in its first overseas venture. Liv McMahon 384
East Lothian GP sacked while signed off work to care for dying father; An East Lothian medical practice has apologised to a former employee after she was sacked while signed off work to care for her dying father. Elsa Maishman 622
Edinburgh Airport call for 'more robust' testing amid 91% drop in passengers; Scotland's busiest airport has warned it faces an "uncertain future" and will not break even until 2021 as its chief executive calls for a "robust testing regime" to help the industry recover. Conor Matchett 731
Edinburgh Festival Fringe promoters Underbelly and Pleasance secure major public funding bailouts; Two of the biggest players in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe - Underbelly and the Pleasance - have been handed public funding bailouts worth nearly [pounds sterling]850,000 between them. Brian Ferguson 747
Everyone loses when fewer women start businesses - Claudia Cavalluzzo; Another year, another Award celebration. Except this year is like no other. Claudia Cavalluzzo 493
Farming industry vows to fight food standards defeat; Despite the bitter disappointment of Monday night's vote on the UK Agriculture Bill in which Conservative MPs shot down proposals to give legislative backing to promises to maintain the country's world-leading food and farming standards, the farming unions, food sector and consumer organisations promised the fight would go on. 428
Fears for Scottish cultural heritage as lockdown measures impact performances; Traditional Scottish music representatives have raised fears of the "devastating" impact lockdown restrictions are having on the future of the scene. Rachel Mackie 719
First Covid-19 case reported at Scottish golf tournament; One of the competitors in this week's European Tour event in Scotland has been withdrawn from the event after testing positive for Covid-19. Martin Dempster 440
First new Poseidon jet lands at RAF Lossiemouth; The first Poseidon submarine-hunting jet has landed at RAF Lossiemouth in Moray. Gareth Edwards 462
First-time buyers need key role in new homes market - comment; Recent research carried out by Savills shows that the Scottish new homes market has seen a steady recovery since re-opening in the summer, and properties in Glasgow and Edinburgh have been selling faster than in any other city in the UK. Liz Mallon 723
For Andy Murray the tennis supergroup has become Crosby, Stills and Nash ... without Young; The Fantastic Four have become the Three Kings. The Fab Four have turned into the Three Musketeers. The Gang of Four have reverted to the Three Amigos. Aidan Smith 571
Former Celtic, Aberdeen and Motherwell favourite Mark McGhee takes new career path away from dugout; Former Aberdeen and Motherwell manager Mark McGhee has taken a step away from football management to become an agent. Matthew Elder 274
Fraser Hornby smashes Scotland Under-21 goalscoring record with goal blitz against San Marino; Fraser Hornby has broken the Scotland Under-21 goalscoring record after netting a hat-trick against San Marino this afternoon. Joel Sked 161
Gairloch Heritage Museum shows what Scotland has to offer - Scotsman comment; A nuclear bunker may not exactly sound like a place anyone would want to be - except in the event of the Bomb, with a capital B, actually going off. Scotsman comment 416
Gardenstown landslip: Damage caused by heavy rain has threatened to cut off Scottish town; Heavy rain has caused a landslip which threatens to cover the only road that leads to the Aberdeenshire village of Gardenstown. Rachel Mackie 344
Glasgow attack leaves man with serious facial injuries; Police in Glasgow are appealing for information following a serious assault which left a man with serious facial injuries. Scott McCartney 160
Glasgow triple-floor office deal is largest letting since March's lockdown; Glasgow city centre has witnessed the biggest office property letting sealed since March's lockdown. Scott Reid 427
Harvesting at Wheatrig Farm Haddington; It has been a good year for cereal production in 2020 according to latest figures released by the Scottish Government. Michael Gillen 527
Hearts 3-1 Raith: This was a night for Craig Wighton, Peter Haring and a surprise starter; This was a night of milestone moments at Tynecastle as Hearts took care of Raith Rovers 3-1 in the Betfred Cup. Mark Atkinson 556
Hibs edge past Forfar but now have eyes on the bigger prize; Hibs captain David Gray stepped up to head home the only goal of the game as the Easter Road side struggled to see off their lower league opponent but now that they have found their stride, assistant manager John Potter says the club have set their sights on going all the way. Moira Gordon 333
Hospitality giant behind All Bar One and Edinburgh's historic Sheep Heid Inn to cut jobs; Mitchells & Butlers, the pub and restaurant giant that owns All Bar One, Toby Carvery and steakhouse chain Miller & Carter, has kicked off redundancy talks with staff as it struggles with the fallout from the pandemic. Scott Reid 682
How to save money for Christmas: budgeting, DIY hacks and how to find the best bargains; There are loads of different ways to keep costs down at Christmas, like making your own decorations and taking advantage of price comparison websites. Rhona Shennan 629
Imagine an Independent Scotland - Readers' Letters; Multiple actions and recent leaked documents from the UK Government show that Scotland, as a nation, is ignored and treated with deliberate contempt. Letter to the editor 1767
Is this the Celtic XI that will face Rangers after Covid-19 call-offs? Celtic do not have their problems to seek going into the first Old Firm game of the season. Craig Fowler 599
Kanye West presidential video: what does the rapper say in new campaign message? The rapper has already spent millions of dollars on his campaign; The rapper has already spent millions of dollars on his campaign. Ethan Shone Interview 556
Law firm Gillespie Macandrew delivers eighth consecutive year of growth; Scottish legal firm Gillespie Macandrew has given a bullish forecast after delivering an eighth consecutive year of growth. Scott Reid 325
Lee Westwood heads strong field for new St Andrews event; Former world No 1 Lee Westwood will spearhead a strong field for the inaugural Scottish Championship presented by AXA, which takes places this week at Fairmont St Andrews. Martin Dempster 741
Lewis Hamilton aims barb at Sir Jackie Stewart; Lewis Hamilton has aimed a thinly-veiled barb at Sir Jackie Stewart after accusing Formula One's past legends of always speaking negatively about him. Philip Duncan 684
Major disposals take Perth-based utility giant SSE halfway to [pounds sterling]2bn target; SSE, the Perth-headquartered energy giant, has agreed a near-[pounds sterling]1 billion deal to sell its stake in three energy-from-waste facilities under plans to raise at least twice that amount by next autumn. Scott Reid 696
Man jailed for throwing firework which injured police officer; A man has been jailed for 16 months in prison for throwing a firework and leaving a police officer with life-changing injuries during an Irish Republican march in Glasgow. Scott McCartney 264
Martin Dempster: Tyrrell Hatton 'hoodie-gate' was an absolute joke; It seemed such a bugbear to some people that the European Tour should perhaps carrying an asterisk alongside the 2020 BMW PGA Championship in the record books. Martin Dempster 705
MPs back post-Brexit fisheries plan; Britain is one step closer to having independent waters after MPs tonight backed a post-Brexit fisheries plan. Alexander Brown 546
Multi-million-pound Glasgow affordable housing project takes big step forward; An affordable housing development offering more than 60 homes in Glasgow has move a step closer after the appointment of a building contractor. Scott Reid 176
National Trust for Scotland criticised for selling off tiny island of Insh where owner lived in cave; National Trust for Scotland has been criticised after it sold off an island that was gifted to the charity following the death of its cave-dwelling owner. Alison Campsie 703
New [pounds sterling]4 million funding announced for Edinburgh Trams and Glasgow subway; Transport Scotland has announced a [pounds sterling]4 million funding boost for Edinburgh Trams and the Glasgow Subway to help deal with measures put in place as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Beth Murray 383
New 44 Scotland Street Chapter 47: Unauthorised biting; That was long ago, and now the callow art student was an established portrait painter, in demand for portraits of husbands, commissioned by wives, of wives, commissioned by husbands, and of various public figures - the provosts of burghs, long-serving politicians, successful financiers, as well as those who had done nothing in particular with their lives but whose vanity was tickled by the thought of a portrait. Alexander McCall Smith 1270
Nicola Sturgeon warns furlough replacement will cost jobs; Nicola Sturgeon has stepped up calls for the UK Government to rethink plans for its replacement furlough scheme amid concerns it will cost jobs. Scott Macnab 666
Nicola Sturgeon: Scotland now at 'perilous point' in Covid second wave; Scotland is now at a "perilous point" as the second wave of Coronavirus continues to sweep the country and hospital admissions escalate, Nicola Sturgeon has said. Scott Macnab 647
Obituary: Dr Chris Cameron, Scottish general practitioner and musician; Christopher H Cameron, general practitioner. Born: 1940. Died: 27 September, 2020. Obituary 627
Old Firm derby: Celtic and Rangers fans urged to 'think twice' before visiting Cumbrian pubs; Several pubs in Cumbria have been contacted by Celtic and Rangers fans looking to visit during Saturday's Old Firm derby - but venues have been warned ahead of the match that the rule of six will be strictly enforced by local police. Gary Flockhart 487
People with autism face uphill battles - Nick Ward; Yesterday the Cross-Party Parliamentary Group on Autism published the 'Accountability Gap' a review of the 10 Scottish Strategy on Autism. Nick Ward 701
Pharmacies put flu vaccinations on hold as stocks run out in unprecedented demand; Many pharmacies across Scotland have stopped offering private flu vaccinations as unprecedented demand wiped out stock. Elsa Maishman 1104
Poll finds public backs Scottish Government's coronavirus handling over UK; A new poll has found the public views Scottish ministers' handling of coronavirus as markedly better than their UK counterparts. Conor Riordan 508
Rangers fitness boost ahead of Celtic match as Borna Barisic declared fit for Croatia; Rangers have received a boost ahead of the first Old Firm derby of the season after Borna Barisic was declared fit to start for Croatia. Matthew Elder 179
Rangers midfielder Bongani Zungu's omission from South Africa squad explained as coach denies rift; South Africa coach Molefi Ntseki has denied any rift between himself and new Rangers signing Bongani Zungu as he revealed the reason for the midfielder's omission from his latest squad. Matthew Elder 260
Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos set for Colombia appearance as Steven Gerrard keeps fingers crossed; Rangers manager Steven Gerrard will be keeping his fingers crossed that star striker Alfredo Morelos comes through Colombia's World Cup qualifier against Chile unscathed in the early hours of tomorrow morning. Mark Atkinson 273
Rishi Sunak hits a bum note with musicians and his retraining quiz is only good for laughs - Aidan Smith; The winner of this year's Britain's Got Talent is a 46-year-old piano-playing comedian who sang about life under lockdown. Aidan Smith 1235
Row after SNP uses woman in Scout uniform in party political broadcast; An SNP party political broadcast has come under fire and been reported to the charity regulator for including a woman wearing a full Scout uniform. Conor Matchett 474
Satisfaction with Scottish GP practices falls in biggest drop in a decade; Scottish satisfaction with GP practices has fallen in the biggest year-on-year drop since 2009, according to new figures from a survey carried out before the Covid-19 pandemic. Elsa Maishman 645
Scotland boss Steve Clarke reassures club managers in wake of Celtic statement; Steve Clarke insists club managers should have full confidence that Scotland are following coronavirus guidelines to the letter. Angus Wright 368
Scotland v Czech Republic: Head coach and player test positive for Covid-19 ahead of Hampden clash; Czech Republic coach Jaroslav Silhavy has tested positive for the virus and will miss the Nations League game at Scotland on Wednesday. Angus Wright 195
Scotland's oil workers need a plan for a 'just transition' to other jobs- Dr Richard Dixon; In last week's column I mentioned the opinion survey of oil and gas workers we published with Greenpeace and Platform. It is worth looking at the results in some more depth. Richard Dixon Column 735
Scotland's smacking ban must be enforced in a way that builds support - Scotsman comment; The introduction of the smacking ban in Scotland next month is a landmark moment in this country's history. Scotsman comment 559
Scotland: And the award for best feel-good football moment of year goes to ... Stephen O'Donnell artfully clips the ball towards Lyndon Dykes, whose first-time shot secures the latest win for Scotland in a seven-match unbeaten run. Alan Pattullo 1165
Scottish craft brewer ramps up online delivery lifeline after 2000% surge; One of Scotland's longest established craft brewers is ramping up its next day delivery service amid "devastating" restrictions on the hospitality sector. Scott Reid 426
Self Isolation Support Grant Scotland: who is eligible for [pounds sterling]500 payment and how to apply; A new grant from the Scottish government aims to support those on low incomes who are instructed to self isolate. Rhona Shennan 598
Sir Jackie Stewart: I am not seeking to diminish Lewis Hamilton's achievements; Sir Jackie Stewart says he has absolutely no issue with Lewis Hamilton, describing the record-breaking Formula One driver as the best of his generation. Philip Duncan 659
Sir Keir Starmer calls for circuit breaker in England to stop spread of coronavirus; Sir Keir Starmer has called for a circuit breaker in England to stop the spread of coronavirus. Alexander Brown 552
Smacking ban: Scottish Government tones down advice suggesting public dial 999 and report crime; Scottish Government ministers have quietly tweaked advice on an official web page urging members of the public to "call 999 and report a crime in progress" if they see a parent smacking a child. Gary Flockhart 386
Small businesses targeted by major new Livingston industrial estate; Plans have been submitted for thousands of square feet of industrial accommodation in the West Lothian town of Livingston. Scott Reid 406
St Thomas' Hospital: Armed police lockdown London hospital after 'security alert' reported; Westminster Bridge was closed and St Thomas' Hospital was locked down by armed police during incident. Rachel Mackie 274
Steve Clarke: Important to appreciate value of Nations League; Steve Clarke has stressed the importance of the Nations League as group leaders Scotland prepare to host Czech Republic tomorrow night. Alan Pattullo 538
The Kitchin Group's executive pastry chef, Chris Turnbull, is challenging you to make his beautiful desserts at home; "Tom (or Chef, to me) is very supportive," says Chris Turnbull, executive pastry chef at The Kitchin and co-owner of new business, Desserts at Home."He is more than happy for me to create this company on the side, as long as it doesn't interfere with Kitchin life, which it doesn't. He supports our little company and I'm sure he's proud of what we have created". Gaby Soutar 643
The Scotsman Sessions #121: Lotos; Welcome to The Scotsman Sessions. With performing arts activity curtailed for the foreseeable future, we are commissioning a series of short video performances from artists all around the country and releasing them on scotsman.com, with introductions from our critics. Here, rapper Lotos performs some a capella improv from the outskirts of Edinburgh. Fiona Shepherd 423
The Scotsman Sessions #122: Ashley Storrie and Janey Godley; Welcome to The Scotsman Sessions. With performing arts activity curtailed for the foreseeable future, we are commissioning a series of short video performances from artists all around the country and releasing them on scotsman.com, with introductions from our critics. Here, mother-daughter comedy duo Janey Godley and Ashley Storrie discuss the magic of live stand-up, explore some of the stranger side-effects of lockdown and confirm the precise location of the mysterious Crow Tavern. Brian Donaldson 456
The Scotsman Sessions #123: Abigail Young and Balazs Renczes; Welcome to The Scotsman Sessions. With performing arts activity curtailed for the foreseeable future, we are commissioning a series of short video performances from artists all around the country and releasing them on scotsman.com, with introductions from our critics. Here, Abigail Young and Balazs Renczes, playing together as Myst, perform Coorie In, a new traditional tune written by Young during the depths of lockdown. David Kettle 516
These are top Scottish chefs' favourite seasonal ingredients for autumn and winter; It's the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, but also extreme comfort eating, as the weather gets colder and salads ain't cutting it anymore. So hunker down and coorie in, and read about our chefs' favourite autumn/winter ingredients, to keep the chills at bay. Gaby Soutar 1113
Thornliebank: 15-year-old in hospital after being stabbed in Glasgow; A 15-year-old has been taken to the Royal Hospital for Children after being stabbed in a Glasgow street. Rachel Mackie 344
Two high profile Edinburgh SNP councillors in battle to stand for same Holyrood seat; Edinburgh's transport chief and the Capital's second in command for education are due to face off in a battle to stand for the SNP at the 2021 Holyrood elections. Conor Matchett 697
Unemployment in Scotland rises amid coronavirus pandemic; Employment in Scotland rose slightly between June and August, new official figures show. Holly Williams and Emma O'Neill 721
What is SAGE? UK scientific committee explained - and who is on it; Documents show that SAGE recommendations for a circuit-breaker lockdown in England were ignored in September. Ethan Shone 530
Where there's a Will there's a way to make a difference for the world's poorest people - Gill Blake; One of the huge number of things that have changed during the past months has been an interest in the restorative powers of nature. Gill Blake 532
Why Celtic and Rangers daren't lose Saturday's derby; If ever there is a game not to lose in a Scottish top flight campaign, it is the first derby fixture for the Glasgow leviathans. Andrew Smith 1107
Why options are limited for Celtic to 'take action' after spree of Covid-19 absentees; Celtic supporters are not happy their team now has four players ruled out due to a toxic combination of Covid-19 and international football, but what can the team do? Craig Fowler 754
Why we all have a role to play in the prevention of suicide - Rose Fitzpatrick; Many of us in Scotland have been affected by suicide in some way - whether because of our own circumstances, or through a loved one or someone we know. Shockingly, at any one time around one in 20 people is experiencing suicidal thoughts. In 2018, 784 people tragically took their own lives in Scotland. Rose Fitzpatrick 599
Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020; The winners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition are announced by the Duchess of Cambridge in a virtual ceremony from the Natural History Museum. Andrew O'Brien 318
Woman, 24, killed in crash near Loch Ness beauty spot; A young woman has died after a car crash on the A82 near Loch Ness on Monday afternoon. Conor Marlborough 397
World's most powerful tidal turbine near completion as Scots workers overcome Covid-19 challenges; A Scottish construction yard has produced the main hull of what will become the world's most powerful and technologically advanced tidal turbine, despite the challenges of lockdown. Ilona Amos 736
World's oldest post office, in Scotland, faces jeopardy after failure to find new owner; Concerns are growing for the future of the world's oldest post office - as a new owner has not been found. Paul Rodger and Calam Pengilly 412

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