Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Veteran Dad shares words of wisdom ahead of Father’s Day

Resident's at a care home have been sharing their favourite memories and most important piece of advice in advance of Father’s Day.89-year-old Matthew Dunnigan, who resides at Cramond Residence in Edinburgh, has shared the...
The patriotic vodka cocktail - Scottish Hospitality News

Scots bar launches patriotic Saltire cocktails

A SCOTS bar has launched a patriotic Saltire inspired cocktail for the The UEFA European Football Championship.Kilted Kangaroo in Stirling launched the mouth-watering, blue, Martini-style cocktail yesterday ahead of the nation's first game. The cocktail...
Drinks - Food and Drink News Scotland

A whisky company partners with a botanic garden to create floral cocktail

A whisky society has teamed up with world-renowned mixologist and a Botanic Garden to create a limited-edition range of floral cocktails.In this partnership between The Scotch Malt Whisky Society (SMWS) and The Royal Botanic Garden,...
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...
Ozen - Food and Drink News Scotland

Could this be the capital’s quirkiest culinary collaboration?

When a restaurant burst onto Edinburgh’s street food scene in April, they promised something fresh, new, and exciting.True to their word, Ozen had unexpected flavour combinations and brightly coloured presentations, they then continued to...

Music students perform exclusive gig for care home residents

ASPRING musicians from Edinburgh College blew care home residents away during a private garden concert.The three performers, Nualla Macgregor, Seonaid Wilson and Chloe Mak, visited Mansfield Care’s Pine Villa to deliver an outdoor musical...
Kat - Scottish News

Student inspired by friend designs bodysuit to support insulin pump users

A PRODUCT design student has created a bodysuit that aims to make it easier for women affected by type 1 diabetes to wear an insulin pump with any type of clothing.Final year student at...
supposed taxi driver walks away after punching man | Scottish News

Shocking video appears to show taxi driver punching alleged fare dodger

A SHOCKING video has emerged appearing to show a taxi driver punching an alleged fare dodger. The footage shows a middle-aged man, who is believed to be a Scots taxi driver, punching a younger male...
Jake Roberts - Music News Scotland

Scots teen takes up singing to help speech impediment

A SCOTS teen has been inspired by Ed Sheeran to take up singing to help deal with his speech impediment.Jake Roberts, from Bathgate, West Lothian, took up singing and songwriting after hearing that Sheeran...

Care residents kept in the loop with digital care portal system

CARE HOME residents have been able to instantly share important information about their health and wellbeing with loved ones throughout the pandemic, thanks to a bespoke digital care system.When Cramond Residence closed its doors...

Glasgow volunteers signpost the way to better health

A DIVERSE group of volunteers have significantly upgraded a local woodland in Glasgow thanks to a grant from Scotland’s national walking charity.Cassiltoun Housing Association was awarded a Paths for All Community Active Travel Grant...
John McMaster hat from 1983 - football news Scotland

Scots footie legend John McMaster on hunt for owner of “Where’s Wally?” style hat...

SCOTS football legend John McMaster is searching for the owner of a "Where's Wally?" style hat that was thrown on the pitch in 1983.   McMaster, who played at left back for Aberdeen FC in the...

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...
houses - Business News Scotland

Edinburgh construction company announces housing scheme “green technology”

A LEADING property developer has brought forward a housing scheme that is set to be a “green technology” leader.Edinburgh-based Teague Homes (UK) Limited is bringing forward 96 homes on Salamander Place, in phase 6...
AndreaNolan - Education News Scotland

Edinburgh Napier University announces fossil fuel divestment

A SCOTTISH University has announced that they have removed all direct investments from fossil fuel companies. Edinburgh Napier University has a strong history of enhancing environmental sustainability within and beyond the institution. To maintain their achievements...
Edinburgh will remain in level two - Scottish News

Edinburgh City Council aims to tackle dampness in homes

IN a report presented to the Housing, Homelessness and Fair Work committee, Edinburgh City Council aims to show the public their commitment to tackling dampness in council homes.Processes are being rolled out now this...
The action follows an uproar of locals from earlier this week - Scottish Traffic News

Scots council “imminently” painting yellow lines on popular beauty spot roads

A SCOTS council is "imminently" painting double yellow lines on roads that have become filled with tourists parking in the Highlands.Highland Council has been forced to implement the new measures after tourists in motorhomes...
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...

Inspiring youngster awarded for work in cleaning up local community

A NATURE-LOVING primary pupil with a passion for keeping his community litter-free has been lauded by Scotland’s national walking charity – winning a £500 voucher for his school as a result. Impressed by his determination,...

Retirees buckle up for first day trip in more than a year

Fun-loving pensioners who missed out on more than a year of weekly excursions and bus trips enjoyed their first outing to The Three Bridges in Queensferry.Like many other care homes, Cramond Residence had to...
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