Friday, September 21, 2018

By Rory Reynolds THOUSANDS of passengers who had their holidays ruined when Flyglobespan went bust are expected to get back just FIVE per cent of...

By Rory Reynolds THE firm behind the seven-star Burj Al Arab in Dubai are searching for a site in Edinburgh for their plush new hotel. The...

By Rory Reynolds THE ashes of Alexander McQueen are to be scattered on his beloved ancestral home of Skye. The remains of the fashion designer, who...

By Rory Reynolds THE Ministry of Defence is spending a fraction of what their coalition counterparts spend on food for troops. US troops receive £11-worth of...

By Rory Reynolds & Shaun Milne THE Pope will visit Scotland in September sparking one of the biggest ticket scrambles the country has ever seen. Pope...

By Rory Reynolds UNEMPLOYED teachers in Scotland are being lured south of the border with the promise of secure jobs and better wages. Specialist recruitment firm...

By Rory Reynolds THE producers of Scotland’s most famous beef are to carry out genetic tests in an attempt to rear a ‘superstud’ bull. The Aberdeen...

By Cara Sulieman BROADCASTER Sir David Attenborough has been recognised for his contribution to conservation by Edinburgh Zoo. He was presented with the Centenary Medal by...

By Cara Sulieman ANGRY Scottish Defence League (SDL) organisers are already planning their next gathering in Scotland after attempts to stage a protest in Edinburgh...

By Michael MacLeod OVERCROWDING on train journeys between Scotland and England could be solved if strict rules on ticket fares were relaxed, according to...

By Michael MacLeod CHOCOLATE giants Mars have scored an own goal with Scots football fans for “treating the UK as if it’s England” in their...

By Michael MacLeod A CLAN chief who taught law to US President Barack Obama will be laid to rest next week. Funeral arrangements for Ian Macneil...

By Rory Reynolds HUNDREDS of staff who lost their jobs when Scots airline Flyglobespan went bust will find out if they are entitled to any...

By Rory Reynolds SCOTLAND saw a massive increase in UFO sightings in the year the Ministry of Defence axed their supernatural investigations department. New figures released...

By Paul Thornton WITH the British team tipped for curling gold at the forthcoming Winter Olympics, the sport – loved in Scotland – is set...

By Cara Sulieman CHEAP fashion favourite Primark is asking the public to tell them what their new store in the capital should look like. Under new...

By Paul Thornton ALCOHOL campaigners have hit out at a Scottish brewery who have started selling a 40 per cent beer. WEST, a Glasgow run firm,...

  By Cara Sulieman A SCOTS goldsmith carried a sword through the streets of London to claim his right as a Freeman of the City. Kenneth Moffatt...

By Rory Reynolds IT IS among the most expensive purchases a woman will ever make and spends most of its life in the cupboard. But now...

By Rory Reynolds GOVERNMENT ministers debated whether to ban rock star Bob Geldof’s autobiography over its “obscene” content. Newly-declassified government documents have revealed how Scottish Office...
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