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Disabled teen hits out at zoo after birthday sleepover is cancelled at last minute

By Kirsty Topping A DISABLED teenager has hit out at Edinburgh Zoo after it cancelled a planned birthday sleepover just a day before the event. Jessie Csere,...

Neighbours tried to rescue tragic woman from burning flat

By Kirsty Topping A BRAVE neighbour told how he desperately tried to rescue a woman who died after a fire at her home on Sunday night....

Marine mammal rescue drill carried out at busy beach in East Lothian

BEACH revellers enjoying the hottest weekend of the year so far had a shock yesterday (Sun) when it appeared as though a mother and baby...

Scots scientists create kidney from stem cells

SCOTTISH scientists have successfully created kidneys – giving new hope to the shortage of organs for transplant patients. Researchers at the Univeristy of Edinburgh grew the...

DIY tattoos spark public health warning

GROWING numbers of do-it-yourself tattoo kits being sold to youngsters could lead to health risks in the future, experts have warned. The kits are being sold...

Armed stand-off between police and man allegedly threatening to cause gas explosion

By Kevin Duguid POLICE were called to a major disturbance after a man was alleged to have threatened to blow himself up. The 28-year-old was arrested...

Single Christian women coming together to pray for a husband

SINGLE Christian women across the country are putting their love lives in Gods hands – by praying for a husband. Prayer groups have been formed in...

Badger cub rescued after falling down rabbit hole

A LOST badger cub has been rescued after mysteriously landing itself down a rabbit hole. The five-week-old orphan, named Bracken by Scottish SPCA staff, was found...

Centenarian bowler invited to make world record bid

A SCOTS lawn bowler who turned 100 this week has been invited by the Guinness World Records to apply for the title of ‘world’s oldest...

Hit and run driver breaks teenager’s leg

A TEENAGE boy was left with a broken leg after being hit by a driver who then failed to stop. The 13-year-old was crossing the road...

St Andrews University backs Save RAF Leuchars campaign

THE University of St Andrews has thrown its backing behind the under-threat RAF base in neighbouring Leuchars. The 600-year-old university, which was attended by Prince William...

Young Scots singer tipped for stardom by ‘The Hoff’

A NINE-YEAR-OLD who had 3,000 Glaswegians on their feet during her audition for Britain’s Got Talent has been tipped for stardom by none other than...

River bank remains belong to ‘older man’

HUMAN remains found on a river embankment are those of an older man, it was revealed today The body, which is “badly decomposed”, is believed to...

Human remains found by police searching for missing pensioner

HUMAN remains found by detectives on a river bank may not be those of missing pensioner Mary Ferns. Police insiders suggested initial examinations showed the bones...

Pizza Hut employee stabbed metres from workplace in Stockbridge

A PIZZA Hut employee was stabbed less than 100 metres from his workplace in one of Edinburgh’s wealthiest areas. The 25-year-old was attacked on Raeburn Place...

Luke Mitchell’s appeals cost taxpayers more than £112,000

NOTORIOUS killer Luke Mitchell has cost taxpayers more than £112,000 in legal aid bills since his conviction, official figures show.  One of his court appeals cost...

Is this the new face of democracy in Scotland?

TWO members of far-right party the Scottish National Front are to target West Lothian constituencies in the upcoming election with the hope they will win...

Man stabbed and beaten for refusing to hand over cigarette

A MAN had to have 48 stitches after he was beaten and repeatedly slashed on the face for refusing to hand over a cigarette. Robert Grant,...

Scotland to get taste of Far East boat race this summer

SCOTLAND is to get a taste of the Far East this summer when a new charity boat race inspired by a Chinese holiday to celebrate...

VIDEO: Leith Rotary Club launch Chinese Dragon Boat Race

SCOTLAND is to get a taste of the Far East this summer when a new charity boat race inspired by a Chinese holiday to celebrate...

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