Tuesday, May 18, 2021
Vertical Car | Transport News UK

Shocking images show car completely vertical after colliding with tractor

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

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

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...
Medicine - Research News Scotland

Funding awarded to help researchers find a potential cure for malaria

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...
Horse Airbnb | Property News

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

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...
Nature News Scotland

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

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

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...
Woman spits on car | Transport News UK

Shocking video shows raging woman spitting at fellow motorist at red lights

SHOCKING video shows a raging woman spitting at a fellow road motorist after getting into an argument at a red light. A shocked truck driver captured the moment the vile woman got out of her...
Car in flat-bed trailer | Travel News UK

Shocking image shows Volvo strapped onto top of scrap filled flat-bed trailer

A SHOCKING image shows how an “idiotic” scrap dealer loaded a Volvo on top of a scrap filled flat-bed trailer. Northumbria Police pulled the ridiculously dangerous vehicle over near Holystone roundabout near Newcastle on Monday.The...
Extreme Scottish weather switch | Scottish News

Scots engineer captures extreme weather change – just nine hours apart

A SCOTS engineer has captured impressive images which show the extreme weather changes in Scotland within nine hours. Adam Sneddon managed to snap two comparison photos yesterday just north of Longhaven, Aberdeenshire, on the A90.Adam,...

Replace road tax with fairer system, UK’s drivers tell government

heycar is urging the government to listen to the nation’s motorists and replace the current road tax system with one that is fairer and simpler for all. The call from the online car marketplace comes...

Ryanair rapped for “misleading and irresponsible” ads linked to covid vaccine

RYANAIR has been rapped for "misleading and irresponsible" ads which encouraged customers to book flights based on the availability of covid vaccines.The budget airline aired TV ads in December and January which boasted: "Vaccines...

Three new areas of Edinburgh set to be slapped with parking controls costing up...

ANOTHER three areas of Edinburgh are set to be hit with parking controls that could cost residents hundreds of pounds a year.The council is targeting Leith, Gorgie and Shandon to become Controlled Parking Zones...
Car crash icy hill

Moment “stupid” motorist crashes after losing control on icy hill

TERRIFYING footage captures the moment a car covered in snow slides out of control on an icy road and bashes into another vehicle.The video shows the car gliding down the hill while beeping its...

Scottish holiday lovers in lockdown promised plenty of sun – in 2022

SUN lovers in the icy grip of a Scottish lockdown can at least look forward to a summer holiday - next year.Edinburgh Airport says passengers will have a choice of 32 summer destinations with...
Visit Scotland open three new bike trails to encourage cycling - Tourism News Scotland

New cycle routes to open at Aberfoyle to promote “world class” trails

AN ABERFOYLE community group is launching three new bike routes to promote the "world class" gravel cycling available in the area.Bike Trossachs is set to officially launch the scheme, named Gravelfoyle, in spring 2021...
Canal lock

£20m improvement works underway across Scotland’s canals

SCOTLAND's canals are set to receive tens of millions of pounds worth of improvements thanks to a new scheme of works.The capital investment from Scottish Government will see major repairs and essential upgrades take place...
Car at roundabout

Shocking moment car crashes into roundabout in heavy fog – Travel News UK

SHOCKING footage captures the moment a driver almost collides with car “going too fast” as it speeds around a roundabout in foggy conditions.The near miss was caught on dash cam on Saturday night on...

Train services from Motherwell set to more than double – Travel News Scotland

THE number of train services departing from Motherwell station is set to more than double thanks to the approval of plans for a "major" timetable boost. Avanti West Coast will begin operation a further 96...
Hot tub

Hotel group seeking nominations for ‘unsung heroes’ of pandemic – Travel News Scotland

A SCOTTISH hotel group is offering complimentary short breaks and spa treatments to the unsung heroes of the Covid-19 pandemic. Crerar Hotels is looking for nominees to enjoy the experiences across its portfolio, rewarding lucky...
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