Thursday, October 28, 2021
One of the Rangers-inspired fire extinguishers

Rangers superfan creates footie-inspired “mini bars” from old fire extinguishers

A RANGERS superfan has created unique footie-inspired "mini bars" from recycled fire extinguishers.John McNamara, from Glasgow, claims that his bespoke fire extinguishers, complete with optics attached to the side, have been flying off the...

Ice cream parlour serves up half a tonne of Biscoff sauce

AN ABERDEEN ice cream parlour has recorded using more than 582kg of Biscoff hot sauce from its ever-flowing tap over the last 12 months.Mackie’s 19.2 in Marischal Square has revealed it goes through roughly...

Scottish crisps makers in major recruitment drive

A PERTHSHIRE food brand is preparing for its next phase of growth as it looks to expand its 50 strong workforce by more than 30%.Mackie’s Crisps is recruiting for at least 15 fulltime factory-based positions,...
Property PR, Colin Stewart and family 4

Living leagues ahead in one of Midlothian’s most desired postcodes

Scottish family of four move into their dream four bedroom home in Midlothian.A FAMILY of four have moved in to their dream home in one of Midlothian’s best-connected towns.Enabled by increased savings made over...
Man online shopping

Tech bosses warn of potential systems crash as Black Friday and Cyber Monday approach

TECH bosses have warned of a potential systems crash for e-commerce systems as Black Friday and Cyber Monday approach.British tech firms, Credersi and ROQ, made the warning as high street and online retailers are...

Hybrid working is transforming the property market according to sector experts

HOUSE hunters in East Lothian are prioritising green areas and more space over traditional city centre dwellings in the latest market review by property experts, Rettie & Co.According to Rettie & Co’s. Scottish Housing...
Lucy, her partner Antony and her kids at Alton Tower

Mum finds ingenious way for parents to track their kids

A MUM-OF-TWO has shared an ingenious way for parents to keep track of their children.Lucy Jobbins has come up with the creative idea of using Apple's new AirTags to help keep track of her...

Professionals turn to TEFL career following global pandemic

Fed-up workers are turning to a new career in teaching English as a foreign language after the pandemic left them disillusioned with their job or forced them out of work.Research by The TEFL Org,...
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Hermes driver claims delivery attempt whilst “sat on his a**e at home”

A HERMES driver claimed he made a delivery attempt of a customer's parcel - by sharing a photo of himself "sat on his a**e at home".Thomas Gent was shocked when he received an email...
Food and drink PR photography, Scottish snack brand provide an early taste of Boxing Day

Scottish snack brand provide an early taste of Boxing Day with new launch

Raft of high street and supermarket listings securedA PERFECTLY spiced crisp flavour is set to hit the shelves weeks before the festive season - bringing Scottish consumers an early taste of a leftovers classic....
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Desperate Scot skips meals after landlord was “horrible” in response to plea for grant

A DESPERATE Scots tenant has been forced to skip meals after her landlord was "horrible" in response to her plea for vital help with a grant application.Since applying for the Tenant Hardship Loan in...
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Ryanair customer claims she was told to “be patient” by the airline after being...

A RYANAIR customer has claimed she was told to “be patient” by the airline after asking for a refund when she was diagnosed with cancer.Alison Tatum said she has been trying to get £800...
Irvine Welsh - Travel News Scotland

Irvine Welsh brands KLM “scamming airline c***s” after being refused on flight

TRAINSPOTTING author Irvine Welsh has branded KLM "filthy scamming airline c***s" after they refused to let him on a flight. The Scot was fuming when airline staff told him they could not accept his negative...
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Holidaymakers fuming after claiming to have paid £1,000 extra for all inclusive at five...

BRITISH holidaymakers have been left fuming after claiming to have paid £1,000 extra for an “all inclusive plus” package at a five star hotel - only to be offered sandwiches.A raging customer, known as...
Half ham sandwich with price tag - Consumer News UK

Costa mocked for selling half ham sandwiches for an eye-watering £2 each

COSTA are being mocked for selling half ham sandwiches - for an eye-watering £2. The coffee giant has recently introduced their “Simply British Ham on Buttered White Bread” sarnies in thin half sandwich packets.Images have...
The Blackburn Buccaneer for sale | Consumer News Scotland

Fighter jet that served in Gulf War listed for sale at £28,000

A RETIRED fighter jet that served in the Gulf War has gone up for sale at £28,000.The Blackburn Buccaneer, which served from 1970 to 1994, has spent its retirement at the suitably named Buccaneer...
Olivia and Anna Boyce, Scottish Water, Your Water Your Life, Pupils urged to tap into Scotland's greatest natural asset

Pupils urged to tap into Scotland’s greatest natural asset

Pupils returning to the classroom are being encouraged to make topping up from the tap as much a part of their daily school regime as planning their lunch.And they’re hoping to inspire family and...
High cut bodysuit - Consumer News UK

Mums left in stitches over revealing dinosaur body suit

MUMS have been left in stitches over images of an extremely narrow and revealing high cut bodysuit - leading to a graphic comparisons with an empty hot dog bun. A “Dinosaur Print High Cut Tank...
Farm to Foodhall - Consumer News UK

M&S accused of pushing “animal farming propaganda” in children’s book

MARKS & Spencer has been accused of pushing "animal farming propaganda" onto youngsters in their first ever children's book.Animal rights campaigners have hit out at the retail giant saying Farm to Foodhall, The Magic...
ALDI are launching a new summer Scottish Beer Festival to help customers fin their perfect craft - Scottish News

Aldi launch quiz to pair customers up with their perfect beer

ALDI are launching a new summer Scottish Beer Festival to help customers find their perfect craft via a personality quiz.The supermarket has launched its Scottish Summer Beer Festival along with an accompanying quiz which...
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