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  • Power BI Premium Now Supports 10GB Datasets Eweek.com Six months after its initial release, Power BI Premium now allows users to derive business insights from larger data sets, Microsoft announced. Power BI Premium is a capacity-based licensing option that enables customers of the company's cloud-enabled …
  • How Glasgow University and AstraZeneca are driving forward life sciences innovation Scotsman How Glasgow University’s partnership with AstraZeneca is transforming the way that academia and industry work together As well as their innovative Imaging Centre of Excellence (ICE) and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Glasgow University is also working with …
  • How Glasgow University is working with industry to drive forward innovation in human imaging Scotsman Glasgow University is working with  specialists from a broad range of disciplines to research, develop and drive forward innovation in human imaging thanks mainly to their new Imaging Centre of Excellence (ICE) and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. The …
  • Pride Walk updated to celebrate marriage equality Leader Local News THE date same-sex marriage became legal will today be unveiled at Adelaide’s Pride Walk in Light Square. The rainbow coloured walk was installed in 2016 and features a timeline of significant milestones, people and events in the state’s history that …
  • My Kid Is Trans: Could They Lose Health Care Coverage? WCAU Editor’s Note: NBC10 spoke with three sets of parents plus several lawmakers, advocates and medical experts for this story. All of the parents requested pseudonyms for either themselves or their children. Rather than attend school as a teenage girl, …
  • Thailand award ceremony honours champions of LGBTI advocacy Bangkok Post Gay social network app Blued and filmmaker Tanwarin Sukkhapisit were among the recipients of the inaugural Ardhanareeswara Award recognising LGBTI rights advocacy. This week, the Rainbow Sky Association of Thailand, the Armed Forces Research Institute of …
  • Recognition for Douglas Buchan Observer Published: 15:40 Wednesday 13 December 2017 A Peterhead Port Authority Board Member has been presented with a gift token to mark his time at Peterhead. Peterhead Port Authority Convenor, Gavin Thain presented the token to Douglas Armstrong. Mr Thain said: …
  • Charity concert held in aid of Toy Appeal Buchan Observer Published: 15:58 Wednesday 13 December 2017 A charity concert was held to support the Salvation Army Christmas Toy Appeal on Friday, December 8. On one of the coldest nights of the year, a warm welcome awaited at the Charity Christmas Concert held at The …
  • Funding boost for Toon projects Buchan Observer Two projects in Peterhead have been awarded grants from the North East Scotland Fisheries Local Action Group (NESFLAG). The group approved the applications in Round 5 of the programme which supports economic activity and community development in the …
  • Pupils’ art work ‘Uncovered’ Buchan Observer Peterhead Academy held its annual art exhibition, Design Uncovered, on Monday, December 4. Numerous pieces of impressive art and design work was on display for visitors to walk around and admire. An award ceremony was held during the event to recognise …
  • Donation boost for causes Buchan Observer Published: 16:19 Wednesday 13 December 2017 Two charities have received donations from family members of the late Bunty Duguid following two fundraising events that were held in her memory. A coffee morning was held at the Waterside Hotel on Tuesday, …
  • Darts great Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor reaches for off switch Scotsman Phil Taylor is adamant now is the right time to retire from darts as he bids to end his 
glittering career with a 17th world title. Last January the 57-year-old announced that the PDC World Championship at Alexandra Palace, which kicks off tonight, would …
  • Glasgow Warriors hooker George Turner banned for four weeks Scotsman Glasgow Warriors’ hooker crisis has deepened after George Turner was handed a four-week ban following his citing for an off-the-ball tackle which earned him a yellow card in last Friday’s home defeat by Montpellier in the European Champions Cup. READ MORE …
  • Chris Froome is facing ban over failed test for asthma drug Scotsman Chris Froome could miss most of next season after a urine sample he gave at this year’s La Vuelta was found to contain twice the permitted concentration of asthma drug Salbutamol. The 32-year-old Team Sky rider may also lose his victory in that race - the …
  • Eamonn Darcy: Paul McGinley was best ever Ryder Cup captain Scotsman Eamonn Darcy was part of Tony Jacklin’s Ryder Cup revolution 30 years ago but the Irishman believes Paul McGinley raised the bar to a new level when he led Europe to victory in the biennial event at Gleneagles. Speaking in Glasgow, where he was the guest …
  • Hearts starlet Harry Cochrane, 16, keen to face Scott Brown Scotsman Harry Cochrane’s tender 16-year-old frame and baby face are in stark contrast to the battle-scarred physique of the Celtic captain Scott Brown. Yet Cochrane is nothing if not fearless. The Hearts midfielder insists he is ready and willing to compete …
  • Five things we learned from Hibs 1 - 2 Rangers Scotsman Craig Fowler gives his take as Rangers manage to defeat Hibs 2-1 at Easter Road despite a dominant performance by the hosts. READ MORE - Hibs 1 - 2 Rangers: Dominant hosts downed by quick-fire double Seriously, can these two teams play every week? This …
  • Highlights: St Johnstone 0-3 Aberdeen BBC Aberdeen earn a comprehensive victory over St Johnstone in Perth to keep pace with second-placed Rangers in the Scottish Premiership. Commentary from Alasdair Lamont. Match report: St Johnstone 0-3 Aberdeen Available to UK users only.
  • Fife man launches UK’s first sleeper mini-coach Fife Today A Fife entrepreneur has developed the UK’s first sleeper mini-coach, which could transform overnight travel for groups of holidaymakers, as well as tour bands and university and school trips. Alan Aim, a former tour guide who runs Cowdenbeath-based coach …
  • Family helps police identify suspected Golden Pride robber KOBR "He needs to turn himself in because all it's going to do is cause more problems in the long run," said Ashly Jones, Saiz's sister-in-law. No one was home at Saiz's house Tuesday, but Jones lives next door. "He's been gone …

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