Friday, May 29, 2020

A GRIEVING son has left his mother's body in a mortuary for 13 weeks while he tries to crowdfund cash for her funeral. William Neil...

SCOTLAND'S top five universities have all improved their performance in the annual Times Higher rankings. Edinburgh has risen 12 places to 24, whilst Glasgow has...

Crew members from the Lothian and Borders Fire and Rescue Service paid a visit to some of the patients at the Royal Hospital for...

RNLI Invergordon’s new Shannon class lifeboat is set to host the names of thousands of people being commemorated by loved ones in the Royal...

A LONDON museum has been slated by visitors for using “cliche” pan pipe music during its latest Celtic exhibition. The British Museum said it intended...

A TEACHER has been struck off for sending “romantic” text messages to a 12-year-old girl and giving his phone number to a 13-year-old female...

A WOMEN'S Aid worker could be struck off after allegedly calling a female a "slut", "bad mother" and leaving an abusive voicemail about her...

UNDERGROUND drones are being used to repair gas pipes for the first time in Scotland - in a bid to cut down on roadwork...

A PRIMARY headteacher is handing over after 39 years - to a former pupil she first taught in P1. Irene Smith was one the first...

A cafe in Aberdeen is serving Brussel Sprout flavoured ice cream in the run up to christmas. Customers...

TRAINING teachers to spot potential terrorists among their pupils will increase racism in Scotland, the country's biggest teaching union has warned. Prevent is a new...

THE Scottish SPCA is seeking the owner of a cross-eyed cat found at a car dealership in Perth. Staff at Arnold Clark on Dunkeld Road became...

AN artist is appealing for a new home for a 40ft mural that she and dozens of schoolchildren took seven years to paint. Former teacher...

A renowned Scottish adventurer has smashed the Cairo to Cape Town cycling world record, completing the trip in just 42 days and beating the...

HEALTH chiefs have been criticised for paying universities to design undergraduate degrees in “spirituality”. NHS Scotland is set to pay £3,000 to universities to develop...

A RARE chance has come up to become a “permanent” resident at the world-famous Gleneagles Hotel. For a one-off payment of £1m, a private house...

A SUCCESSFUL driving instructor believes jealousy could have led to her car being petrol bombed - using an Irn Bru bottle. Linda Gavin, from Kirkcaldy,...

BRITAIN’S loneliest schoolboy has already received more than 2,000 Christmas cards from around the world. 10-year-old Aron Anderson, from Da Skerries, Shetland, is the only...

A YOUNG Scot is toddling about with what may be the nation's first triple-barrelled first name. The boy was given the unwieldy first name Leelynd-Mason-Lee...

THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND is facing insurrection from youth members criticising their investment in fossil fuels. Fife youth members of the Church of Scotland (COS)...
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