Saturday, November 25, 2017

A GREAT-GRANDMOTHER'S funeral was delayed after gravediggers arrived whilst family and friends were waiting at the cemetery having forgot to dig her resting place. The...

TERRIFYING footage shows a road rage driver forcing a lorry driver on to the hard shoulder of a motorway at high speed. The white van...

A NEW website set up by a Scottish entrepreneur aims to be a ‘Mumsnet of the dying.’ Finalfling.com, set up by former civil servant Barbara...

THE number of teachers dying from a lung disease caused by asbestos has grown almost four times since thirty years ago. Figures show that 258...

MORE than 620 people have applied for the job of managing a tourist attraction on a tiny island in the middle of the Forth. Historic...

By Michael MacLeod SCOTLAND’S First Minister has been slammed for “letting himself go” by fat-fighting health campaigners. The National Obesity Forum say curry-loving SNP leader Alex...

POLICE are concerned for the wellbeing of a man who went missing from a city hospital. Andrew Cousins, 31, from Musselburgh was last seen around...

POLICE Scotland have been ridiculed officers took the "mannequin challenge" - and viewers asked how would they know the difference? The social media craze involves...

A QUARTER of Scottish school teachers go "missing" from the profession immediately after their first year of teaching, according to new data. 630 of the...

A TRAGIC teenager who died of a suspected drug overdose boasted on twitter about getting “f*****” just hours before he collapsed. Billy Robson, 16, and...

ONE of Scotland’s busiest airports was left at a complete standstill after experiencing a major power cut - leaving thousands of travellers in holiday...

LOCAL authorities across Scotland spent more than £700 million in interest payments on debt last year, figures obtained by the Scottish Conservatives have shown. The...

PLANS to produce Scotland’s first commercial wine have taken a vital step forward after the vines started “budding furiously”. The appearance of the delicate pink...

by Kirsty Topping BARMY council chiefs are set to open a new visitor centre on the site of a new waste facility. Edinburgh and Midlothian councils...

COMPUTER games and TV mean many children never experience simple pleasures such as splashing in puddles or building a sandcastle. That’s the warning from the...

By Rory Reynolds THOUSANDS of patients with Parkinson’s disease are being misdiagnosed, costing the taxpayer £2.5million every year in bungled medication, according to a new...

THE LAST of Glasgow’s Red Road Flats will be blown up this autumn - 10 years after it was revealed the ‘cities in the...

EDINBURGH has been named the fourth most-congested city in the UK - even worse than London. Drivers in the Scottish capital can expect to waste...

By Alexander Lawrie COPS are launching a TV appeal in their hunt for a missing Scots pensioner Mary Ferns. The frail OAP disappeared in June last...

By Christine Lavelle POLICE believe they are searching for the same two men following two separate attempted robberies in Edinburgh on the same night. The first...
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