Tuesday, October 23, 2018

By Rory Reynolds A SCOTS author once at the helm of one of the world’s biggest airlines has published a book mocking the same mind-boggling...

By Rory Reynolds BOFFINS at Edinburgh University are set to rock the foundations of Christmas this year – by revealing that Rudolph the reindeer is...

By Rory Reynolds THE FORMER presiding officer of the Scottish Parliament Lord Steel paid a touching tribute to the Queen’s former press secretary Michael Shea...

By Rory Reynolds A SCOTS diplomat who was one of the Queen’s most trusted aides for almost a decade is to be laid to rest...

by Shaun Milne SOLDIERS from the 3rd Battalion The Black Watch have smashed a vital network of tunnels used by enemy insurgents to launch attacks...

By Cara Sulieman FORMER US President George W Bush has been declared the worst culprit for making nonsensical comments. And he is the only person to...

By Alexander Lawrie THE retired head of the British Army enjoyed thousands of pounds worth of perks for his living quarters and transport funded by...

By Michael MacLeod A NEW cross-border dispute has erupted over whether black pudding is Scottish or English. Butchers in Stornoway are adamant the blood-sausage is theirs,...

By Paul Thornton A SECURITY expert has warned Glasgow will become a target for extremists during the Commonwealth Games in 2014. Odette Butson is responsible for...

By Rory Reynolds THE HEAD of the British Army General Sir Richard Dannatt yesterday (mon) vowed to deliver swift retribution to sneak bombers who attack...

By Alexander Lawrie A SCOTTISH singing star has discovered she is related to US President Barack Obama – while recording an album inspired by her...

By Alexander Lawrie THE FUNERAL of the Scots great-granny found dead in a Mexican jungle is to take place next week. Julia Howard, 78, from Edinburgh,...

By Michael MacLeod A FENCE fortress is being put up around Britain’s Olympic site to keep out terrorists. The 11-mile ring of steel will emit a...

By Oliver Farrimond NATIONAL Service should be brought back as the answer to Britain’s worsening yob culture, according to a new poll. Almost three-quarters of Brits...

By Alexander Lawrie BRITAIN’S oldest shark is celebrating its 25th birthday today. (Wed) Tinkerbell, a 10 foot-long giant sand tiger shark, swims her way through the...

By Rory Reynolds A TRAGIC dad killed on holiday in Spain was laid to rest yesterday (mon) - leaving behind an 18-month-old son and...

By Alexander Lawrie and Michael McLeod A BANNED Japanese computer game that lets players simulate raping girls is still available on the internet. RapeLay casts players...

By Cara Sulieman A SOUGHT after Russian artist who has even sold her artwork to the Royal family is on a flying visit to Scotland...

By Michael MacLeod CHILDREN have been banned from watching the long-awaited new Harry Potter film at a Scots cinema – quicker than you can...

By Cara Sulieman THE SCOTTISH Government is dishing out £400,000 in grant money to help haggis makers Macsween invade England’s dinner tables. The cash – for...
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