Thursday, March 21, 2019

A TEACHER’S lesson plans were so bad they were “affecting pupils’ life chances”, a hearing was told. Janice Ross, who taught on Barra in the...

By Christine Lavelle & Amanda MacMillan FIVE people have been taken to hospital after their car somersaulted off the road before landing in a ditch early...

  LEGO robots built by Scottish School children will be put through their paces this weekend as kids from around the world take part in...

By Karrie Gillett AN artist who faced going blind has donated a series of one-off paintings to the medical staff who saved her sight. Professional artist...

SCULPTORS armed with chainsaws have turned a desolate area of felled woodland into a haunting tribute to the men who fought and died in...

By Cara Sulieman A QUIET coastal village has been shortlisted as the setting for a new reality TV show, leaving residents worried that they will...

By Cara Sulieman SANTA is a common sight at this time of year, bringing joy and cheer to children and adults alike. But scrooge residents in...

Deadline's daily round-up of the newspapers 

By Karrie Gillett AN 87-year-old blind man has been pulled from the rubble of his bedroom by neighbours after a suspected gas explosion gutted his...

EQUIPMENT believed to be used for the gassing of 40,000 chickens was seen arriving today at the Fife farm hit by an outbreak of...

A LEADING whisky distributor has claimed that new distilleries are “seducing” customers into buying alcohol that has not been aged long enough. Ian Bankier, executive...

IT'S the new sport where no holds are handle-barred, bike polo is taking off in Scotland. With growing numbers taking up the informal sport, and...

By Michael MacLeod A PRIVATE pleasure garden for the rich has been hijacked by yobs holding their own “lock-in” drinking sessions. Keys to the tranquil...

By Neil Pooran   A PENSIONER told today (Wed) how she and her three-year-old granddaughter had to be plucked to safety from the top floor...

By Michael MacLeod AN historic Scots monument is to get a £50,000 hip replacement to save it from collapse. Edinburgh’s oldest statue, the effigy of...

By Alexander Lawrie TROUBLED teenage girls are being enticed to stay on at school - by sitting a new qualification in hip-hop. Dance charity Showcase the...

By Rory Reynolds A MAJOR Scots hospital is having to turn offices into wards to cope with the level of demand for beds. Edinburgh Royal Infirmary...

COCO CHANEL was so inspired by a duke’s Scottish wardrobe that she designed the Chanel jacket after it. Gabrielle Coco Chanel was so taken by...

By Cara Sulieman A PIN commissioned by Queen Victoria in memory of her gillie John Brown will go under the hammer later this year. It is...

EDINBURGH experienced tram mania yesterday as the vehicles rolled through the city centre in daylight for the first time. Since construction began in 2007 the...
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