Thursday, May 6, 2021
OGV beer - Food and Drink News Scotland

First Scottish craft beer company to accept Cryptocurrency payments

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CRYPTOCURRENCY will now be accepted by a craft beer company in what is said to be a first for Scottish craft beer. Aberdeen based OGV Taproom will now take cryptocurrency payments such as Bitcoin Cash,...
Martin Compston | Scottish News

Line of Duty star Martin Compston urges Tories to stop sending him flyers

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LINE of Duty star Martin Compston has urged the Scottish Conservatives to stop sending flyers to his Scots address.The Greenock-born actor took to Twitter this morning asking them to do him, the postman and...
Sea Lice Monitoring - Nature News Scotland

Salmon farm begins to monitor sea lice for “greater transparency” in fishing

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A SCOTTISH salmon farm has agreed to start a programme to monitor and audit its weekly sea lice count as part of its effort for "greater transparency". Loch Duart is now inviting Trust biologists onto...
Vertical Car | Transport News UK

Shocking images show car completely vertical after colliding with tractor

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SHOCKING images show how a VW car ended up completely vertical after colliding with a tractor.Red Watch and Barnstaple Fire and Rescue Service’s on-call crews attended the crash in Landkey, Devon last week.The Fire and...
Edinburgh castle Tourism News Scotland

Honours of Scotland on display once again as tourist attractions reopen

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THE Honours of Scotland are set to go on public display again as the lockdown restrictions ease.The Honours, which includes the Crown and Sceptre of Scotland, were first used to crown Mary, Queen of...
Stirling Old Town Jail - Tourism News Scotland

Scottish tourists line up to be “locked in” prison after lockdown

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A SCOTTISH tourist  destination is preparing to reopen to visitors after months of lockdown.    Stirling Old Town Jail has benefited from investment to transform the visitor experience, as well as tales from ‘The Tollbooth’. The...
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JanSport release backpack style bra

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SOCIAL media users are in stitches after discovering American backpack brand JanSport created a sports bra that consists of two little backpacks. The bizarre bra is made up of a light pink bag on the...
The Palmerston - Food and Drink News Scotland

New “whole-animal” restaurant set to open in Edinburgh’s West End

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A NEW whole-animal cooking style restaurant is opening this July in the West End of Edinburgh. Palmerston restaurant will use the whole-animal method in which every part of the animal is used, including largely forgotten...
Sainsburys mush burger | Food and Drink News UK

Sainsbury’s customer left gutted after burger melted in oven

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A SAINSBURY'S customer was left gutted after his burger melted through his grill tray - causing him to have a salad for dinner. Geoff Bushnell couldn’t believe his eyes when his two Steak and Vintage...
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Abandoned mansion dubbed “Welsh Versailles” on market for £750k 

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AN ABANDONED mansion with more than 200 rooms and dubbed the "Welsh Versailles" has gone on the market for £750,000.Kinmel Hall, an 173-year-old estate in Abergele in Conwy, North Wales, was put up for sale...
Hilarious Robert MacIntyre song | Scottish News

Scots musician writes hilarious song for golf pro buddy Robert MacIntyre

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A SCOTS musician has written a hilarious song for his golf pro buddy, Robert MacIntyre. Graeme Hunter from Edinburgh decided to produce the song shortly after Robert's impressive performance at The Masters in Augusta, Georgia...
Medicine - Research News Scotland

Funding awarded to help researchers find a potential cure for malaria

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RESEARCHERS have been awarded funding to identify compounds that could help create a single-dose treatment for malaria. The University of Dundee's Drug Discovery Unit (DDU), will utilise  funding to support the development of a compound series that...
Student walks 65ft high slackline in kilt | Scottish News

Amazing clip shows Scots student walking 65ft high tightrope at beauty spot while wearing...

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AN AMAZING video shows a Scottish student walking along a 65ft high tightrope - while wearing a kilt.Owen Hope completed the heart racing walk at the Rock and Spindle rock formation in Fife on...
Vodka Slushie | Food and Drink News UK

Convenience store selling “perfect summer drink” with alcoholic slushies

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A CONVENIENCE store has started selling this year's "perfect summer drink" - alcoholic slushies to grab on the go.The Nisa Local shop in Unsworth, Bury in Greater Manchester launched their new boozy slushie machines...
Food and Drink News

Family Business’ Rum Wins Global Award For Taste

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A family-owned highland craft distillery has been revealed to be a winner in the World Rum Awards 2021.Pixel Spirits' White Rum was the overall winner in the taste category of unaged rum, distilled...
UK News

“Blatant rip off” – Shoppers blast M&S for chocolate bar that looks exactly like...

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ALDI supporters have blasted M&S for their "chocolate mountain bar” that looks suspiciously like Toblerone.  The UK retailer has recently been in a legal battle with fellow chain Aldi over their imitation of their Colin...
Horse Airbnb | Property News

Unique Airbnb listing allows visitors to share their stay with a miniature horse

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A UNIQUE Airbnb in the grounds of a 17th century manor has caught the attention of holidaymakers - because visitors get to share a roof with a miniature horse called Basil.Hilarious images show Basil...
Carpet fitter eats scented burning wax | Food and Drink News UK

Carpet fitter eats scented burner wax thinking customer had left him “quirky” chocolate

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A CARPET fitter claims he ate glittery scented burner wax after thinking one of his customers had left him some "quirky" chocolate with his cuppa.Drew Suttle spotted two blocks of what looked like chocolate...
Nature News Scotland

People Asked to ‘Care for the Environment’ When Visiting the Countryside

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NATIONAL nature agencies have issued guidance to Scots enjoying the countryside as covid restrictions ease.Scotland's environment agencies asking people to follow three steps: ‘Care for the environment,’ ‘respect the interests of others,' and ‘be...
webster honey installed bee hives on the roof at Eden Lock - Food and Drink News Scotland

Edinburgh Hotel Checks In 20,000 Honey Making Guests

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AN Edinburgh hotel has partnered with a Scottish honey-producing firm to put beehives on its roof with over 20,000 bees now taking up residency on the hotel.Eden Locke Hotel in George Street has partnered...
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