Monday, July 13, 2020

AN influential website has been condemned for its “neanderthal” video guide to Glasgow and its food.   The Vice documentary - which has been viewed 160,000...

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

THE fearsome owner of an Indian restaurant is turning up the heat on customers who complain on TripAdvisor. Waseem Ahmed told one dissatisfied customer his...

A BITTER online dispute about a teenager's "Jim Carrey" bowl haircut has escalated into a police matter. Aiden Bowness, from Carlisle, complained that he was...

By Cara Sulieman AN eight-year-old girl narrowly cheated death when she was thrown 30 feet from a fairground ride. Nicole Wilson, from Edinburgh, is still recovering...

By Oliver Farrimond A RECTOR at one of Scotland’s top private schools was reprimanded by the General Teaching Council yesterday for interrogating a 10-year-old pupil...

THE Scots band at the centre of claims they clubbed a baby seal to death backstage have revealed that the creature was so decomposed...

By Karrie Gillett – Deadline Press & Picture Agency THIEVES who are grabbing Buddha statues from shops have been warned they could be cursed with...

A SUPERHERO-obsessed petrolhead has converted the family car into a Batmobile. Scott Russell - from Johnstone, Renfrewshire - has spent two and a half years...

By Rory Reynolds POLICE are hunting what was feared to be a massive wolf on the loose after a member of the public claimed to...

EDINBURGH has made its first appearance on a list of 20 European cities with the most millionaires per head. A new rich list of European...

ONE of Britain’s biggest supermarkets has taken a Burns Night bashing – after axing veggie haggis. Asda is no longer putting full-size vegetarian haggis on...

A WINDOW cleaner has turned himself into a human autograph book by letting pals tattoo their names on him every time he gets drunk. Craig...

By Martin Graham THE massive form of the huge sea-mammal inspired awe and delight in the eyes of children for decades and offered many budding...

By Alexander Lawrie A RARE Guinness toucan statue which attracted interest from all over Britain has sold at auction for over £200. Collectors were keen to...

ASTONISHING footage shows the ‘complete carnage’ caused by a bin lorry shedding its load in an upmarket street. Festering rubbish is shown strewn for around...

A REMOTE Scottish castle that tested the adventuring spirit of writer Samuel Johnson to destruction could be yours for just £450,000. Breachacha Castle is an...

PRIMARY schools will be forced to teach in Gaelic, even if their area has no history of using the language. At present only 3,500 pupils...

By OLIVER FARRIMOND, ALEXANDER LAWRIE, PAUL THORNTON & SHAUN MILNE THE GRIEF-STRICKEN family of a schoolboy who drowned while swimming in a disused quarry had...

ANGRY parents have lashed out at council chiefs after Storm Gertrude collapsed part of a primary school built just 10 years ago. Oxgangs Primary in...
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