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Investors complain about ‘lack of visibility’ around bonus scheme for directors

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Campaigners from groups such as the World Development Movement claim giving nature a value amounts to an attempt to privatise it

The five remaining members of Monty Python are expected to announce a comeback on Thursday

Monty Python team show, old surrealists never die like... they just make comebacks

Next to today’s sketch troupes, Python is not looking so strange

File: A businessman has appealed to the Supreme Court after he leased a grouse moor with 'small numbers of grouse'

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The 11,000 acres of heather clad grouse moor rising above the banks of the river Spey had long formed part of one of Scotland's ancient sporting estates and the backyard of an aristocratic family which can trace its noble lineage back to the time of Bonnie Prince Charlie.

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A 2 bedroom flat to rent in Skeldergate, York YO1, on with Mudd and Co for £1,200 pcm (£277 pw)

Renting out spare rooms earns homeowners more than £3 billion a year

1.7 million in the UK now rent out their spare rooms, claims new report

Edinburgh Zoo panda Tian Tian loses cub

Edinburgh Zoo insists it will press on with controversial breeding programme

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Edinburgh 29 Munster 23 match report: Greig Laidlaw kicks rebuilding Scots to shock victory

Edinburgh's head coach Alan Solomons believes his side is still some way off being a competitive unit, despite masterminding them to a shock Heineken Cup win over Munster. He watched his side survive a first-half battering from the Irishmen yet still led at the break before snatching a 29-23 victory with Tim Visser's late try.

Grieg Laidlaw of Edinburgh celebrates after they defeat two-time Heineken Cup winners Munster

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Casey Laulala and Mike Sherry had cancelled out Matt Scott's opener for the Scots, who record their first Heineken Cup victory in 18 months

Edinburgh students 'removed and detained' ahead of Princess Anne's visit

"Security completely over-reacted," claims witness as two students are held

Aberdeen Airport was forced to suspended flights after an air ambulance came into difficulty on the runway

Aberdeen Airport flights suspended after air ambulance comes off runway

Flights were diverted from Edinburgh to Glasgow until runway re-opened

Peter Higgs: self-effacing grandfather

Will Professor Higgs finally get the Nobel prize?

It is never a sure bet to put money on who will win the Nobel Prize for Physics but this year the odds are that the greatest prize in science will go to a self-effacing grandfather living in quiet retirement in Edinburgh.

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