Monday, October 18, 2021
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...
Drop-in vaccination centre to open in East Lothian this weekend - Scottish News

Drop in vaccination clinic set to open in East Lothian this weekend

A DROP-IN vaccine centre will open this weekend in East Lothian for anyone over the age of 40 to get their jab.The clinic will take place on Saturday and Sunday ad East Lothian Community...
Scots couple finally get to tie the knot - Scottish News

Scots couple who had wedding cancelled four times finally get their “perfect day”

A SCOTS couple who had their wedding cancelled four times and lost over £4,500 in costs due to Covid have finally got married.Mark and Tayler Rae managed to exchange their vows at the Walled...
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...
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...
yoga - Health News Scotland

Chris Hoy supports new campaign for mental health

OLYMPIC legend Sir Chris Hoy is supporting a new campaign encouraging people to take up physical activity and sport to help them feel their personal best.The campaign is from SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental...

Employees say their benefits don’t reflect the current situation

Less than 20% of European employees believe that the benefits offered to them by their employers, adequately reflect the current situation according to a new study.A study of more than 58,000 employees across Europe...
OOKI - business News Scotland

Finance app launches helping those struggling with rising debt

A new finance platform aims to provide easier access to financial products for UK consumers, including the growing number of people deemed to be living with low financial resilience. Ooki is a new app that...

New takeaway service to give food delivery company a run for its money.

OVER 100 independent restaurant owners, fed up with paying high commission rates to delivery services, have registered with a new takeaway platform. Secret Takeaways is meant to drive business directly to their door and form...
statistics - Research News Scotland

Responses to a major market research exercise have been published

RESPONSES to a major consultation and market research exercise on people’s perceptions of Spaces for People measures, and whether they think they should be retained, have been published on June 2.More than 17,600 people...
Council leaders in Edinburgh are urging residents to abide by Covid-19 guidance - Scottish News

Council leaders in Edinburgh are urging locals to follow Covid rules

CITY leaders in Edinburgh are emphasising caution to facilitate the areas progress out of lockdown.Local authority leaders have urged residents to follow the guidance and come forward for Covid-19 vaccinations and community testing.This follows...
Mental Health - Health News Scotland

More than 2,000 children have been waiting for mental health treatment

A CHILDREN'S charity has said that over 2,000 children have been waiting over a year to get treatment for mental health. An alliance of leading providers of children’s services has called on Scotland’s political parties...
food hero scot - Food and Drink News Scotland

Campaign wants Scotland’s Food and Drink industry to become sustainable

A campaign launches to put Sustainability at the heart of Scotland’s recovering Food and Drink Industry. The #FoodHeroScot campaign will shine a light on the industry, which has been significantly impacted by the Covid-19 Pandemic. The...
White Rabbit Healing screenshot - Health News Scotland

Scots healer refusing to treat anyone with Covid-19 vaccination

A GLASGOW healer is refusing to treat anyone who has received a Covid-19 vaccination.Suzanne Holliday, founder of alternative health service White Rabbit Healing, said she would no longer be treating vaccinated clients.Making the announcement...
exam - education News Scotland

Has the SQA “lost the confidence of Parliament”?

THE SQA has lost the confidence of the Scottish Parliament, according to Scottish Greens education spokesperson Ross Greer MSP.Speaking in Parliament, Mr Greer highlighted ongoing concerns around this year’s assessments and questioned whether the...
LES Phil Foster - Business News Scotland

An energy company has embraced social media and abandoned email

WITH employers poised to re-open offices, many aspects of the nine-to-five will likely become relics of pre-Covid working life.For energy retailer Love Energy Savings, one of the key differences between office life now and...
Sir Tom Hunter - Education News Scotland

A philanthropy invests in Scottish mentoring and leadership programme

Sir Tom Hunter announced an investment for a Scottish Mentoring and Leadership programme for young people across Scotland.There will be a £7.5 million investment from The Hunter Foundation (THF) they are partnering with the...
opera - Business News Scotland

Scottish opera returns with over 200 shows this summer

Scottish Opera returns to live outdoor performance for the first time in nine months, with an opera roadshow.Attracting expected socially-distanced audiences of over 12,000, two specially-adapted trailers will take to the road at the...
Study reveals the importance of data sharing during the pandemic -Scottish News

A new study has revealed the importance of data sharing during COVID

NEW research conducted by the University of Glasgow has revealed that data sharing has been crucial to Scottish councils in managing the pandemic.A report published today, conducted by Urban Big Data at the University...
tyre - research News Scotland

Safety fears as lockdown sees millions delay car servicing

MILLIONS of potentially unsafe cars could be returning to the nation’s roads after one in five drivers delayed servicing their vehicles due to lockdown, research has discovered.Postponing the vital safety checks, which most...
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