Sunday, January 24, 2021

Bungling council agrees to remove red lights that point the wrong way in one-way...

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A BUNGLING council has agreed to remove a baffling set of traffic lights that point the wrong way in a one-way street.The lights can...

Police probe footage of white man van’s “stupid” driving on one of Scotland’s busiest...

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POLICE are investigating footage of a white van driver forcing their way on to one of Scotland's busiest roads.The driver then carries out a...

Kenny Richey asks public to fund his trip home

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CONVICTED child killer Kenny Richey is asking the public to fund his bid to fly back to Scotland to use the NHS.51 year-old Kenny...

Video shows mass brawl inside city cemetery just metres from police HQ

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VIDEO shows a mass brawl inside a city graveyard and just yards from a police HQ in which a woman repeatedly bangs the head...

Rankin pays tribute to Rebus the police dog, killed in action

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IAN RANKIN has paid tribute to a police dog named after his famous fictional detective - after it was mown down by a police...
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Butcher’s shop job inspired career of Scotland’s top forensic scientist

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SCOTLAND'S top forensic scientist has revealed that her Saturday job in a butcher's helped inspire her career dealing with the dead.Professor Sue Black has...

Huge increases in drug seizures at Scottish jails

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MASSIVE increases in seizures of heroin, cannabis and tablets across Scotland’s prisons have been revealed by prison officials.The quantity of heroin seized in Scottish...

Scots student is world’s first “forensic jeweller”

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A SCOTS student has become the world’s first “forensic jeweller” - using her expert knowledge of precious trinkets to help police around the world...

Driving instructor’s car may have been petrol bombed by rival

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A SUCCESSFUL driving instructor believes jealousy could have led to her car being petrol bombed - using an Irn Bru bottle.Linda Gavin, from Kirkcaldy,...

£11K spent on wigs for Scots court staff

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MORE than £11,000 of taxpayer cash has been spent on wigs, wig boxes and gowns for legal staff in the past three years. In spite...

Homeless prisoners get home leave at an average cost of £3,600 each

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PRISONERS are being sent on home leave even though they don’t have homes to go to - at an average cost of £3,600 each.Jail...

Scots prison dog wagged its tail so hard it required medical attention

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THE Scottish Prison Service have revealed that one of their guard dogs wagged its tail so enthusiastically that it required medical attention.The prison service...

Petrol tanker driver in road rage row

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A ROAD rage video shows a car driver swerve in front of a tanker carrying 40,000 litres of petrol - and then pull over...

Glasgow provost’s car “uninsured” for at least three weeks

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ONE of the luxurious private limousines used by Glasgow’s Lord Provost was uninsured for at least three weeks, according to the government’s official database.The...

Important summit to reduce the devastating impact of metal theft

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Following the success of a UK wide initiative to highlight the scope and scale of metal theft, the Scottish Government’s business resilience delivery arm...

60 improvised razor weapons seized in Scots jails

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PRISON officers last year seized more than 60 weapons improvised using the blades from plastic safety razors.New figures from the Scottish Prison Service show...

Cop watchdog “wasted” £70K on “vanity” research

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SCOTLAND’S police watchdog “squandered” £70,000 on research projects - including one which discovered hardly anyone knows who they are.The Scottish Police Authority (SPA) is...

Armed cop swoops on man not wearing a seatbelt

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POLICE Scotland has been condemned after using an openly armed officer to deal with a driver not wearing a seatbelt.  A picture of the incident...

Sir Stephen House set up private company while still on Police Scotland payroll

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SIR Stephen House set up his own private company in his final weeks on the job as chief constable of Police Scotland.House’s time as...

Police Scotland keep mugshots of innocent suspects for 12 years

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POLICE mugshots of innocent people are being kept on file for up to 12 years, it has been revealed.Photographing an individual after an arrest...
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