Friday, July 20, 2018

SCOTLAND'S second biggest police force has investigated 22 officers over allegations of internet and database misuse.Lothian and Borders launched the misconduct proceedings after alleged"system...

SCOTTISH scientists have successfully created kidneys – giving new hope to the shortage of organs for transplant patients. Researchers at the Univeristy of Edinburgh grew...

SCOTLAND's first spice-packed "Indian cocktails" will be set on fire in front of drinkers, a new bar says. The unique cocktails have been designed by an...

LIFEBOAT crews have hit out at hoaxers who sparked a rescue attempt after setting off flares. The crew of Berwick lifeboat were scrambled at around...

A MAN has been arrested after artworks worth £8,000 were stolen in Edinburgh. The five pieces were taken from the Demarco gallery in July. The paintings have...

SCOTLAND’S children’s minister says parents need to learn how to show their children love. Launching a new consultation on a national parenting strategy, Aileen Campbell...

SIR Chris Hoy believes Scotland could follow the Netherlands and Denmark to become a nation of cyclists. The Olympic gold medallist said the popularity of...

EDINBURGH Zoo’s eagerly-awaited pandas will be captured on CCTV and streamed to online fans - but the bears’ boudoir will be strictly off-limits. To spare...

Maggie Chapman, Green councillor for Leith Walk, has announced she will step down as a councillor in order to focus on winning a Green...

COUNCIL bosses have said that they are trying to discourage ticket touts and those who have an “entrepreneurial spirit” after residents living within Edinburgh’s...

EDINBURGH’s troubled trams project faces further delays as a result of winter weather, council chiefs have admitted. Snow and freezing temperatures threaten to disrupt work,...

A SCOTTISH MP has claimed that tax discs are ‘obsolete’ and scraping the ‘circles of paper’ could save tens of millions of pounds. The Central...

SCOTS hospitals are facing a critical shortage of drugs vital for fighting tuberculosis. Public health minister Michael Matheson has admitted that hospitals across the country...

A PANDA-inspired tartan has been revealed by Edinburgh Zoo to mark both Burns Night and the Chinese New Year. The fabric commemorates the arrival of...

SCOTTISH wind farms have been paid more than £2.5million to stop producing electricity for just a few hours. The National Grid ordered the shut down...

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...

MSPs have been urged to support the findings of a new report which examines the treatment of female offenders in Scotland ahead of a...

By Emma Hamilton   BOGUS callers have targeted a number of pensioners, making of with thousands of pound of cash The thieves took five victims over just...

POLICE OFFICERS have been warned to avoid identifying themselves as law enforcers on social networks in case criminals try to befriend them. The warning comes...

THE widow a Scot who was able to get married thanks to a cancer wonderdrug has condemned the Government’s decision to deny other Scottish...
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