Monday, June 1, 2020

By Christine Lavelle SCOTLAND’S oldest purpose-built visitor attraction has undergone a major revamp, with three new highlights opening to the public. Adding to the success of...

??????Employees of Edinburgh bus firm, Lothian Buses, rallied together to show coucnil bosses their objections to plans to merge the city's bus service with...

A HORSE had to be hauled to safety by firefighters after becoming stuck in a muddy field on Christmas Day. The unfortunate animal had to...

By Rory Reynolds JOHN Lawrie Lumsden and the world-famous Usher Hall go back a long way. He won the 1920s version of the X-Factor there as...

By Christine Lavelle AN Italian restaurant in Edinburgh is gearing up to celebrate its one millionth customer – they just have to wait for them...

By Alexander Lawrie A FORMER banker who quit the financial industry to open his own coffee shop has just been crowned Scottish Barista champion. Jonathan Sharp,...

A GERMAN writer who compared the SNP with the Nazis has been mocked in his Highland home village with fake election posters. Reiner Luyken has...

By Paul Thornton A TEENAGER is battling for his life after a mystery accident at a busy train station. The 19-year-old man, who has not been...

An investigation is underway after fire crews had to cut a woman free after her Kia car was in collision with a lorry on...

POLICE are investigating footage of a white van driver forcing their way on to one of Scotland's busiest roads. The driver then carries out a...

By Cara Sulieman WORK IS getting underway to preserve one of Scotland’s most famous and important chapels. Rosslyn Chapel in Midlothian starred in the blockbuster Da...

A LEGENDARY percussionist facing deportation from Scotland is to receive a lifetime achievement award from one of the world’s biggest musical charities. Steve Forman, who...

A MILLIONAIRE metal trader is one of dozens of wealthy landowners being paid public money to grow forests on their estates. A charitable trust run...
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EXPERTS are to advise whether Glasgow and Dundee are at risk of becoming “shrinking cities” after losing swathes of their populations in recent years. The...

By Martin Graham DRAGON’S Den star and multi-millionaire entrepreneur Duncan Bannatyne is supporting an autumn sleep-out to highlight the plight of young homeless people. The ‘Byte...

By Paul Thornton A PERVERTED Sir who had seedy threesomes with two 16-year-old pupils faces being struck off and losing his career as a teacher...
The Ladyboys of Bangkok on their 2018 Wonder Women Tour

THE Ladyboys of Bangkok announced today that they would move to a Leith location for their return to Edinburgh Fringe in 2019.

By Christine Lavelle THE cousin of an Edinburgh pensioner who lay dead in her flat for five years before being discovered by police has inherited...

By Michael MacLeod AN Italian restaurateur has scored a unique hat-trick with an innovative drive to become more eco-friendly. Tony Crolla told delivery truckers to cut...

ELDERLY people in Edinburgh are to be given a helping hand through the freezing conditions with deliveries of emergency supplies. The move comes after it...
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