Friday, July 23, 2021

Painting set to raise thousands of pounds for charity

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THE FIRST Minister announced he hopes to raise £15,000 for four charities from the sale of the painting and signed prints which featured on his 2009 Christmas cards when he visited an Edinburgh auction...

Interview with Strictly Come Dancing judge Alesha Dixon

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THE singer  and judge of the celebrity television competion Strictly Come Dancing, Alesha Dixon speaks to Deadline's Amanda MacMillan after performing to Edinburgh crowds.Alesha Dixon appeared at the Radio Forth Awards at Edinburgh's Assembly...

14 bloodhound puppies prove to be a handful

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A STUNNED dog owner has ended up with 14 bloodhound puppies after being told by a vet to expect just “two or three”.Judy Jenkinson is being eaten out of her East Lothian house and...

Britain’s Got Talent stars wow Edinburgh crowds

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Britain's Got Talent stars, Flawless attended the Radio Forth Awards at the Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh.The dance troop who competed against Susan Boyle in the final of the popular television show last...

Stars sparkle at Radio Forth Awards

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STARS from last year's X Factor, Olly Murs and Joe McEldery performed at the Radio Forth Awards yesterday (Thurs) along with many other celebritites.At the ceremony, the hard work of people who live in...

Student raises money for Help for Heroes

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A SCOTS student has set up the UK’s first ever university society in support of the Help for Heroes campaign.Seonaid Holsgrove, 21, from Wemyss Bay, is in her final year at Strathclyde University and...

Employers tighten their purse strings during festive period

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SOME of Scotland’s biggest employers have lost some of the Christmas spirit as they reveal that they will be making no financial contribution to an office party this year.A survey has revealed that organisations...

The number of legally owned firearms in Scotland soars

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TEENAGERS as young as 13 have been granted shotgun licences in Scotland – according to Scottish Government figures.And the number of legally owned firearms and shotguns in the country has rocketed by more than...

The Broons set to give Susan Boyle a run for her money

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SCOTLAND’s first family – The Broons – are set to challenge Susan Boyle for the coveted Christmas number one spot with the release of their very first album.The compilation CD named The Broons Family...

Call for Westminster to transfer the power of tobacco to Holyrood

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SNP plans to introduce plain packaging for cigarettes could lead to a rise in counterfeiting – say critics.The party hopes to introduce plain packaging for all tobacco companies and force them to display bigger...

Families allowed on Fife beach awash with radiation

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THE clean-up of a Fife beach has been halted putting families at risk of potentially lethal radiation.For years radioactive waste has been found at the beach in Dalgety Bay which is thought to come...

Police Chief says Forces should be trying to keep officers on the streets

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ONE of Scotland’s most senior police chiefs has slammed a controversial new plan to introduce paid for career breaks for officers in a bid to save money.Chief Superintendent David O’Connor, president of the Association...
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