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Ross Greer presses education secretary to clarify decision on special schools staff vaccination

THE SCOTTISH Green party have written to the education secretary asking the Scottish Government to follow suit with Northern Ireland and vaccinate special school. Ross Greer,...

Scots house which includes 17th century castle ruins with links to Robbie Burns could be yours for £450k

AN OPPORTUNITY has arisen to own the ruins of a historic castle where Robert Burns’ dad worked as a gardener. William Burnes trained as a gardener at...

Scots healthcare tech firm claims to have developed data approach that could aid economic post Covid

A SPECIALIST Scots healthcare tech firm claims they have developed a data driven platform that would better utilise social care staff and research workforce data. Netli...

“So bland yet so revolting”- Frenchman’s hilarious review of Greggs goes viral

A HILARIOUS review of a Frenchman’s first ever Greggs has gone viral. Nicholas Henry, 29, was forced by his friend to have a Greggs for breakfast...

“An absolute unit” Incredible shot shows one tonne bull being taken for walk by farmer

A PHOTOGRAPHER has captured an incredible image of a humongous bull being taken for a walk in the snow by his farmer. Ian Macrae, 69, was...

Jamie Murray invests in new fitness start up that could revolutionise the industry

SCOTTISH TENNIS doubles champion Jamie Murray is among a number of investors  backing a new fitness start-up that could revolutionise the industry. SujiBFR secured a six-figure...

Incredible images show horse being rescued after falling into tiny slurry pit

INCREDIBLE IMAGES captured the moment firefighters spent three hours rescuing a horse that managed to get trapped inside a 1 x 1 metre wide slurry...

Landmark ruling states banks can re-duce amount of compensation paid to customers who claim they mis-sold PPI

A LANDMARK ruling has said that  banks will be able to re-duce amounts of compensation paid to customers who claim they were mis-sold  payment protection...

New report finds less crashes in Edinburgh after 20mph speed limit introduced

A  report has found the number of road traffic collisions in Edinburgh since 20 MPH limits were introduced in 2016. The research team investigated the effect...

Dog owner warns pet owners about tennis balls filled with thick “glue-like” paste after pooch had to get stomach drained

A PROFESSIONAL dog walker has warned pet owners to watch out for tennis balls with thick paste inside after his bulldog cross had to have...

Stunning Georgian home owned by Catherine the Great’s physician goes on the market for £1.25m

A GEORGIAN country house that once belonged to Catherine the Great's famous Scottish physician has gone on the market for £1.25m. Dr John Rogerson was the...

One of the cheapest flats in the UK has gone on the market – at just £3k

BARGAIN HUNTERS have the opportunity to buy one of the UK’s cheapest flats - at a modest £3,000. The flat in Port Glasgow, Inverclyde is currently...

“Fabulous, never seen anything like this” – Amateur photographer captures rare shot of blackbird “fishing for food”

AN AMATEUR photographer has captured an incredibly rare image of a female blackbird catching a fish. David Smith spotted the female blackbird behaving “erratically” at a...

Three “official” Loch Ness Monster sightings already registered this year

THREE "official" Loch Ness monster sightings have already been recorded this year. Nessie enthusiast Eoin O’Faodhagain claims to have seen “two black shapes” about 100 feet...

OGV taprooms take out eight year lease for established premises of The Garage Nightclub

A LONG established licensed premises in Aberdeen with a long history of being the spot to attend for a night out has been leased for...

University of Dundee joins global group of academics to solve deadly health issues at record speeds

THE University of Dundee has joined a global group of leading academics and research institutions to solve the world's most serious health issues at record...

Engineers at the University of Dundee help build silent foundations for offshore projects

ENGINEERS at the University of Dundee  are helping to silence the sound of offshore construction projects to preserve fragile ecosystems underwater. Members of the Geotechnical Engineering...

Nationwide study reveals an increase in the range of bikes schemes available since 2018

A NATIONWIDE STUDY has found an increase in the range and number of bike schemes available since 2018 The report commissioned by Scotland's cycling organisation identified...

Shocking figures reveal UK fire fighters callouts increase to deal with cases related to carbon monoxide

SHOCKING figures have revealed that UK firefighters call-outs for cases related to Carbon monoxide have increased. UK fire service have been called out to 10% more...

Medical students claim they were forced to “urinate in seats” during exam

FINAL year medical students have claimed they were forced to "urinate in their seats" during their doctoral exam after being threatened with disqualification. The Doctors' Association UK...

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