Wednesday, December 13, 2017

By Douglas Walker PATRIOTIC Andy Murray has been given the all clear to wear Scottish sweatbands at this year’s Wimbledon championship. Stuffy officials were forced to...

By Lauren Crooks Prince Harry marched through Edinburgh to attend a church service in memory of his hero comrades killed in Afghanistan. The Prince joined 200...

By Alexander Lawrie   A TEENAGE jam-making entrepreneur is launching a new charity venture – Super Jam Tea Parties for the elderly.   Fraser Doherty, 19, kicked off...

By Karrie Gillett A SMALL Scots art gallery has been picked to showcase an extremely rare collection of graphics from rock legend Bob Dylan. The exhibition...

By Michael MacLeod A DISTRAUGHT family are calling for Staffordshire bull terriers to be banned after their beloved pet dog was killed in a savage...

By Alexander Lawrie   DOZENS of truckers descended on Edinburgh city centre yesterday in a protest over the rising cost of fuel.   Around 130 trucks from all...

By Alexander Lawrie   JARS of baby bottom cream have been flying off the shelves – after vain mums discovered its botox-like effect.   Staff at Waitrose supermarkets...

by Lauren Crooks A TEAM of volunteers made a bizarre discovery at the top of Britain’s tallest mountain – a wheelchair. Puzzled workers found the rusting...

By Karrie Gillett THE GRIEVING mother of a Swedish woman found dead on a Scottish beach has urged the First Minister to launch an official...

By Douglas Walker A CHARITABLE mum who disappeared just days after completing a parachute jump had been burdened by ‘a mountain of debt’ following her...

By Douglas Walker UNEMPLOYED Kenny Richey has revealed his dream job  – a ‘Green Machine’ road-sweeper. The former Death Row con says he loves driving and...

By Alexander Lawrie   A WORLD-FAMOUS Scots artist is holding a rare exhibition in a tiny, seaside art gallery.   John Bellany CBE, who has work hanging in...

By Karrie Gillett THE world’s best young golfers have teed-off at the first ever tournament of its kind to be held outside America. Hundreds of kids...

By Karrie Gillett MORE than 20,000 people have gathered to pay their last respects at the funeral of Celtic legend Tommy Burns. The crowds of mourners...

By Paul Thornton A SCOTTISH fitness fanatic has dropped dead in the gym during a year-long trip to Australia. Karen Stocks, 30, collapsed and died of...

By Paul Thornton HUNDREDS of the world’s best young golfers are to descend on Scotland for the first ever European tournament for elite juniors. Dozens of...

by Karrie Gillett THOUSANDS of football fans paid tribute to Celtic hero Tommy Burns at grounds across Scotland this weekend. As the season draws to a...

By Douglas Walker THE SCOTTISH Government today warned young Rangers fans not to miss their exams for the sake of going to the Uefa Cup...

By Karrie Gillett THE road out of Ibrox was a sea of blue this morning as hundreds of Rangers fans made a convoy of noisy...

  By Karrie Gillett YOUNG people are being urged to go green when considering which career path they choose to take in life. A new initiative is...
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