Friday, November 26, 2021
Josh Taylor - Health News Scotland

Boxing champ Josh Taylor fights back after being accused of being a conspiracy theorist

SCOTS boxing champ Josh Taylor has hit back at critics after being labelled a conspiracy theorist for his stance on Covid-19 vaccinations. The undisputed light-welterweight world champion openly told fans on Twitter last night that...
THE summer of football campaign launched by NHS Lothian will continue to boost the COVID jag programme - Scottish News

NHS Lothian continue Covid jab programme at football stadiums

THE summer of football campaign launched by NHS Lothian will continue to boost the COVID jag programme.The campaign will see a further two pop-up clinics in Lothian, one at Livingston FC’s Tony Macaroni Arena...
mother and child - scottish news

Student juggles unexpected pregnancy and studying to achieve a first-class degree

A DUNDEE student expecting her first child managed to balance studies with pregnancy to earn herself a first-class degree.Eshar Bola (22) was in her third year of Medical Sciences at the University of Dundee...
plane - Travel News Scotland

Balearic Islands removed from Scotland’s travel green list

RISING case rates have led the Balearic Islands to be removed from the international travel green list for Scotland.The decision was taken on a four nations basis, and will also see the British Virgin...
Indeglas - Business News Scotland

Should the pandemic bring sustainable improvements to the construction sector?

A SITE Manager at one of the UK’s most technically adept glass interior specialists is convinced that a number of positive outcomes will emerge from the construction sector’s time of trial that has been...
money - Scottish News

Universal Credit uplift removal described as “the worst possible decision”

A GOVERNMENT Minister has described plans to end the £20-per-week uplift to Universal Credit as “the worst possible decision, at the worst possible time".Social Security Minister Ben Macpherson has urged the UK Government to...
Innovation Hub Dundee - Scottish News

£1 million grant given to Dundee university will create new Innovation Hub

THE UNIVERSITY of Dundee has been given £1 million to furbish a new centre that will foster the commercialisation of world-leading science.The grant which was provided by the Wolfson Foundation will fund the furnishing...
work from home - Research News Scotland

Return to office could cut home energy bills by £21 million a week

IF every homeworker returned to the office for one day a week, it would save an estimated £21 million on weekly energy bills.Workers are cautious about returning to the office, with most planning to...
ski - Business News Scotland

Ski platform is among only a handful of travel businesses to secure finance

A GAME-changing ski instructor platform is among only a handful of travel businesses to secure finance from the UK Government’s Future Fund. The trio behind the innovative Maison Sport, which connects skiers and snowboarders with...
vaccine - Health News Scotland

The mobile vaccination timetable has been extended

THE vaccination bus will operate this weekend to reach as many over 18s as possible meaning more people will get “Jagged in July”.The mobile unit run by NHS Lothian and the Scottish Ambulance Service...
BEN PAGLIA AKEA LIFE - Health News Scotland

Health bosses warn “no mask” policy could be a setback

HEALTHCARE bosses warn that the "no mask" policy could ignite a "setback" to the start of the pandemic as the virus was first transmitted by air travel.The British healthcare and testing company that provides...
police - Scottish News

Police officers coughed and spat on in bid by criminals to transmit Covid

SEVERAL police officers in Scotland were coughed, sneezed and spat on by criminals trying to spread Covid-19 in the first three months of the year, it has been revealed.At least 13 incidents happened between...
Covid Vaccine and needle - Scottish News

Scottish Government announces Vaccine drop-ins available for all over 18s

EVERY mainland health board in Scotland will now be offering drop-in vaccinations against Coronavirus for over 18s.The programme has almost reached its goal of supplying all Scottish adults with their first dose using the...
plane - Research News Scotland

Study reveals the best cities to live and work remotely from

THE best cities to live and work remotely from have been revealed by looking at data on legislation, costs and overall livability.The results from Housing platform show the cities which are best prepared...
Judy Murray - Scottish News

Elite athletes paired with Covid sufferers for recovery promotion project

INTERNATIONAL elite athletes, coaches and sports figures share their experiences of unexpected setbacks and coping strategies with people who have been impacted by Covid.The Sport v Covid programme which connects individuals who have been...
travel - Tourism News Scotland

Nostalgia could help drive holiday planning this summer

THE national tourism organisation believes with staycations set to be popular this year, an increasing number of visitors will turn to holiday experiences from the past.New figures from VisitScotland suggest almost two-thirds of people...
For rent sign in shop window - Scottish News

Struggling tenants will only be evicted as a last resort

LANDLORDS have released statements reasserting that eviction will be a last resort for struggling tenants during the pandemic.The statements which have been signed by representative bodies such as housing associations and private landlords, were...
Unified boxing champ Josh Taylor | Scottish Sports News

Josh Taylor slams Sturgeon over Scotland’s lockdown restrictions

SCOTS boxing champ Josh Taylor has publicly slammed Nicola Sturgeon over Scotland’s "totally and utterly farcical" lockdown restrictions.The undisputed world champion called the First Minister out on Twitter last night by comparing Scotland and...
employment - Business News Scotland

Concerns over possible mass unemployment for over 50s

Those aged over 65 are 40% more likely to have been furloughed last April than those over 40.Now there are widespread concerns that as furlough ends, and as we head into September, we could...
Aberdeen Covid Antibody Tests 3 - Scottish News

Scientists in Aberdeen have created an ingenious anti-body test for Covid

UNIVERSITY of Aberdeen Scientists have developed a ground-breaking antibody test for Covid-19.The team at the university, along with biotechnology group Vertebrate Antibodies Ltd and NHS Grampian have created antibody tests that detect whether people...
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