Friday, December 15, 2017

By Cara Sulieman A NEW exhibition honouring the sacrifice of Scottish women who fought for their right to vote opens tomorrow. To mark the 100th anniversary,...

By Alexander Lawrie HUNDREDS of tearful mourners packed into a Scots church to pay their final respects to tragic schoolgirl Kelly Blair today (Fri). Schoolgirl Kelly, 16,...

Getting more females into leading roles in business will help drive economic growth in Scotland, the Scottish First Minister has said.   It follows the publication...

By Karrie Gillett THE BIRTH of a rare and endangered animal is being celebrated at Edinburgh Zoo. Quirky looking Indah – a Malayan tapir – was...

By Rory Reynolds FOUR elderly couples say they have been stranded in their homes after their mobility scooters were taken and driven “like dodgems” –...

THE shortest ferry crossing in Scotland looks set to re-open – 11 years after a foot and mouth outbreak forced it to close. The project...

By Alexander Lawrie & Rory Reynolds SCOTLAND’S most famous chip shop is facing a battle to retain its crown as the best in the business...

THE INTERNATIONALLY renowned research base at the College of Life Sciences at the University of Dundee is to be further expanded with a new...

Edinburgh's Saughton Park will undergo a major multimillion pound redevelopment.   The initial designs for the new-look Saughton Park and Gardens will go on display to...

CHRISTMAS dinner took an unexpected turn for one family when their table decorations caught fire on Christmas day. Two crews from Lothian and Borders Fire...

By Rory Reynolds AN 83-year-old hockey ‘super veteran’ is to represent Scotland against teams from all over the world – 63 years after he first...

By Alexander Lawrie A SCOTS soldier who had his account emptied by fraudsters was told bankers wouldn’t freeze his money unless he called them in...

A DOG lover left with vet fees of £7,000 after her pet was almost ripped in half by an American bulldog has criticised a...

By Oliver Farrimond PENGUINS at Edinburgh Zoo have p-p-p-picked up some new arrivals – 30 newly-hatched chicks from a record-setting clutch of 112 eggs. It is...

A MEDICAL centre has been slammed after forcing patients to turn up the radio to avoid overhearing private consultations. The small Ratho Health Centre in...

By Cara Sulieman   A SCOTTISH sailor is planning to break a world record later this year when he attempts to run a marathon in full...

By Cara Sulieman INTERNET giants Google have found themselves at a dead loss in Fife after mixing up a crematorium in Dunfermline with one located...

By Cara Sulieman A SCOTTISH dancing sensation has added yet another trophy to her collection after winning an international competition. Tamara Robertson, ten, has clinched the...

RESIDENTS on a remote Scottish island face a 400-mile round trip to get bottled gas - because the new ferry is unable to carry...

By Clare Carswell DETECTIVES are hunting a stubble chinned man who indecently assaulted two schoolgirls on Monday night. Lothian and Borders Police said the two friends,...
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