Tuesday, June 15, 2021
Euro 2020 Fan Zone benches - football news Scotland

Scots footie fans being charged £6 for pints in plastic cups at Euro 2020...

Scottish footie fans are being charged up to £6 a pint in plastic cups at the Euro 2020 Fan Zone at Glasgow Green.Fans have expressed their outrage on social media at the high prices,...
Robert MacIntyre doing golf ball keepy-uppies | Scottish News

Robert MacIntyre impresses fans with golf ball keepy-uppy skills

SCOTS golf pro Robert MacIntyre has impressed fans after being filmed doing keepy-uppies with a golf ball.The 24-year-old shared the clip on Twitter yesterday asking the Scotland national team if it was “too late...
covid test - Health News Scotland

Coronavirus test kits to be mailed to visitors of the Glasgow Fan Zone

RAPID lateral flow test kits will be mailed from tomorrow to all visitors to the Glasgow Fan Zone to encourage testing.17,000 ticket holders due to attend the UEFA EURO 2020 Fan Zone at Glasgow Green...
Die hard Scotland fan Andrew Douglas | Scottish News

Die-hard Scotland fan writes rousing poem ahead of Euros

A DIE-HARD Scotland fan has written a rousing poem for the Euros - and performed it outside Hampden.Andrew Douglas, from Glasgow’s southside, wrote “Nineteen Ninety Eight”, a heartwarming look forward to Scotland’s first major...
Historian Neil Oliver | Scottish News

Neil Oliver brands anyone who puts jam before cream on scone as a “filthy...

HISTORIAN Neil Oliver has sparked a heated debate online after saying that anyone that puts jam before cream on a scone is a “filthy degenerate belonging in a zoo”.The 54-year-old broadcaster said yesterday evening...
Scotland football captain Andy Robertson | Scottish Football News

Scotland team shares videos expressing what makes country unique

The SCOTTISH national team has shared videos showing what makes their country unique in the lead up to the squads first major tournament in 23 years. Scotland captain Andy Robertson was filmed asking his teammates...
Philip the lobster with Peter Pan and his shadow at the Wardlaw

Scotland’s first university opens its new museum

THE oldest Scottish university is set to open the doors of its new museum on Saturday, June 26.The University of St Andrews’ Wardlaw Museum will reopen following more than a year’s delay due to...
The Brew Dog Brewery | Consumer News Scotland

Former employees of BrewDog accuse them of “lies and deceit”

MORE than 100 former employees of BrewDog have backed a scathing letter accusing the company of "lies, hypocrisy and deceit".The open letter was posted on a new website called Punks With Purpose yesterday accusing...
Punter sunbathing with his trousers down | Scottish News

Scots punter praised for enjoying pint in the sun – with his jeans around...

A NONCHALANT Scots punter has been praised for enjoying a pint in the sun - with his jeans around his ankles. The middle-aged pub-goer was photographed outside a pub in Aberdeen on Friday with his...
Rectal use only cucumbers - Consumer News UK

Tesco apologises after customer finds “for rectal use only” stickers on large cucumbers

TESCO has apologised after a customer stumbled across large cucumbers that had stickers on them stating “for rectal use only”.Jesy Seklig was shocked to discover around 24 Tesco cucumbers, priced at 69p each, with...
Strangetown - Entertainment News Scotland

120 young people from Edinburgh create multi-artform production during Covid

ONE of Scotland's leading theatre companies for young people has a large-scale multi-artform project which includes: theatre, movement, spoken word, film, and sound.‘Generation Z: The Future is Unwritten’ from Strange Town, will culminate...
scran cafe with food| Scottish News

Youth powered café to open in the capital

SCRAN Academy have announced the launch of their new Scran Café, run by young people aged between 13 and 21 from across Edinburgh. The professional café located within NHS Lothian's Comely Bank Centre will serve as...
visitscotland - Travel News Scotland

Launch of “Gaelic toolkit” aims to enrich tourism experience

A NEW "Gaelic toolkit" has been launched to help the tourism industry to build upon the lure of the language with visitors.The new asset from VisitScotland highlights ways to use Gaelic and its culture...
boat - Business News Scotland

Urgent calls for new veterinary agreement as UK exports to EU drop

THERE has been an urgent call for a new veterinary agreement as restrictions have cause a sharp drop in British exports to the EU and threatens the viability of UK business. Food and feed trade...
Gavin Mitchell Hydro selfie - TV News Scotland

Still Game fans poke fun at Gavin Mitchell’s second jab using show’s own joke

STILL GAME fans have used one of the show's running jokes to poke fun at Gavin Mitchell for getting his second Covid-19 vaccine.   Mitchell, who played Boaby The Barman in the hit BBC show, received...
The disappointing Candy Bar cocktail | Consumer News Scotland

Scots bar slated with “Instagram versus reality” cocktail comparison snaps

A SCOTS bar has been slated with an "Instagram versus reality" comparison photo after serving a customer a disappointing cocktail.Morgan Gillies was unhappy when the Chasing Unicorns cocktail she ordered from Candy Bar in Edinburgh...
music - Entertainment News Scotland (1)

Data reveals what the world listened to whilst on the loo

As we all became more accustomed to spending time in our homes over the last 12 months, data found out what the most popular songs and artists are for when the bathroom door is...
cruise - Travel News Scotland

British cruise passengers, including Scots, denied right to dock at Scottish port

THE cruise ship was due to dock in Greenock but hundreds of British passengers, including Scots, have been informed that they won’t be permitted to set foot on Scottish soil. The domestic seven-night cruise on...
train with sunset |Transport News Scotland

Caledonian Sleeper to cancel services during proposed strike dates

AS further rail strikes continue, Rail Union RMT claim that Serco have been refusing to negotiate over better pay for staff. Industrial action is scheduled that will cause significant disruption to people booked to travel...
Ozen - Food and Drink News Scotland

Could this be the capital’s quirkiest culinary collaboration?

When a restaurant burst onto Edinburgh’s street food scene in April, they promised something fresh, new, and exciting.True to their word, Ozen had unexpected flavour combinations and brightly coloured presentations, they then continued to...
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