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    Although geographically distant from the rest of Scotland, the Shetland Isles have been experiencing the same fervour of debate around independence as is gripping the rest of the country. Yes Shetland and Better Together Shetland have been holding events and public [...]
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    Scotland 2014: A crisis of democracy?

    June 30, 2014 // 2 Comments

    by Arun Sood One of the most frustrating aspects of the Scottish Referendum debate has been the consistent lack of un-biased information available to the public. For the middle-ground voter, open to opinion from both sides, the slur of false promises, catastrophic [...]
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    Positive energy: From past to future

    June 24, 2014 // 0 Comments

    After the Second World War, Scotland needed two things – energy and jobs. A huge series of public works project was undertaken in the Highlands to produce hydroelectricity. In 1959 work began on the Cruachan dam and hydroelectric station near Oban.   The [...]
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    On board as Edinburgh gets trams

    May 31, 2014 // 0 Comments

    It isn’t even five AM, but on a business park near Edinburgh airport crowds of people are swarming across the car park of the Gyle shopping centre towards a tram stop where the queues stretch off the platform. There is almost no housing nearby, instead people jump [...]
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