Friday, July 20, 2018

FACEBOOK have shut down a group page which was allowed to openly offer drugs for sale for several months. Social media users in the UK...

THE Scottish SPCA is seeking the owners of five different pet birds that are all believed to have escaped from their Aberdeenshire homes over...

A GERMAN U-boat  which was scuttled after a toilet malfunction has been found off the coast of Scotland after 70 years. U-1206 had to surface...

SCOTS scientists have helped crack the mystery of why some children develop peanut allergies without ever eating a single nut. The team found that “peanut...

THE father of a dying baby boy has asked football fans to let off balloons in his memory this weekend. Eight-month-old Koa Brock is on...

A BAGPIPING war hero has become a celebrity in the Italian town he helped liberate during the Second World War - despite dying in...

THE dress that ‘broke the internet’ may now be responsible for breaking a few ear drums after inspiring a new song. Scotty Fisher posted the...

AN anti-windfarm campaigner has posted video of an osprey flying "dangerously" close to the site of proposed turbines. Dan Luscombe, who lives near Loch Meiklie,...

AS Scotland’s oldest university launches its 600th anniversary campaign today (Fri), tributes have been pouring in from supporters across the globe. Louise Richardson, the principal...
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TWO women have been taken to hospital following a crash in East Lothian. The incident happened around 2am yesterday on the A199 Haddington to Dunbar...

AN incredible video shows the moment a pilot's life is saved when he deploys a parachute attached to his out-of-control aircraft. The remarkable footage was...

By Cara Sulieman SOME old style light-bulbs will be banished from shop shelves from today(Tues). New EU laws see first 100w incandescent bulbs disappear from stores...

SCIENTISTS are using smart phone technology to track and predict the spread of infectious diseases. Researchers at Edinburgh Napier University have been working with...

A SCOTS music venue has been forced to close down after it was damaged – by folk music. Edinburgh council has raised concerns over the...

THE way Historic Scotland supports and funds archaeology projects across the country is to be strengthened. The heritage agency has completed a review of the...

SCOTS TV archaeologist Neil Oliver has sparked a Twitter row by complaining about Edinburgh's pandas. The presenter of Coast and A History of Scotland was...

RELIGIOUS hate crimes have increased by almost 10% in a year, new figures reveal. In 2010/2011 There were 693 charges aggravated by religious prejudice, the...

A BUS company’s passengers became trapped in closing doors on 43 occasions, amid almost 500 accidents which were reported over the last year. New figures...

By Michael MacLeod AN up and coming rocker has gone partially blind after headbanging too much at a gig. Richard Allan, 21, felt his eyesight go...

By Andrea McCallum CHEEKY thieves have robbed police of over £3,000 worth of gear in the past two years including flashing lights, police hats and...
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