Sunday, May 20, 2018

A CAT called Cheeky astonished her owner by returning home after falling 40ft and then going missing for two weeks. The one-year-old tortoiseshell escaped through...

By Naomi Mills A three year judicial inquiry into fingerprinting in Scotland finally came to a conclusion this afternoon. Sir Anthony Campbell published the report based...

AN OAP who died after fire tore through her Edinburgh tenement may have been only feet away from safety. Neighbour Richard Scott Robinson, who lives...

JIM Leishman is to stand as a Scottish Labour candidate for Dunfermline in the forthcoming council election, the party announced today. The Fife football legend...

TWO drivers in Fife were caught driving at almost twice the 20mph speed limit in school zones during school hours. And in Sauchie, Clacknannanshire, a...

A DISGRUNTLED customer took to his Twitter to complain after Scottish Power sent him a letter addressing him as ‘Mother Humphries’. Marc Humphries was shocked...

A SCOTS university is considering allowing students to use their own laptops in exams.Senior officials at Edinburgh University say that it is unfair to...

A PENSIONER has fallen to her death from a hospital window in Fife. It is understood the 61-year-old fell 30ft from the upper storey window...

A SCHOOLBOY has spoken of his terror at being trapped by rising tides on a family holiday.CallumFraser had to hold on to a pipeline...

A TOP scientist is warning pet owners of the dangers of smoking around their animals. Professor Clare Knottenbelt, who specialises in animal medicine, said there...

SCOTTISH singing sensation is to star in a musical about her life. While the Blackburn songstress will not take the lead role for most of...

A MOTORIST chased a cyclist through city streets before knocking him from his bike. The 33-year-old was cycling in the Fountainbridge area of Edinburgh when...

By Amanda MacMillan and Clare Carswell A SCOTTISH university has scrapped a degree in banking because of lack of interest from students. Napier University started its...

POLICE officers are to be given a helping hand by nurses, who are to be drafted in to help deal with drunks and drug...
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SCOTLAND'S courtrooms are dealing with an invasion of pests, according to official new figures. More than £10,000 has been spent dealing with rats, mice, insects...

SCOTLAND'S top five universities have all improved their performance in the annual Times Higher rankings. Edinburgh has risen 12 places to 24, whilst Glasgow has...

By Rory Reynolds SNOWED under councils will have to hold out until the weekend for more grit to arrive by sea as conditions worsen on...

SCORES of excited families braved the freezing winter weather to get their first glimpse of giant pandas Tian Tian and Yang Guang today. Panda fans...

ARTS and culture in South Ayrshire received a million pound boost today as South Ayrshire Council approved investment of £750,000 to support cultural developments...

SCOTLAND’s police pipe bands could face the axe ahead of the move to a single police force next year. MSPs will lobby the new chief...
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