Wednesday, June 23, 2021
Scots artist furious at disrespectful tourists - Scottish Nature News

Scots artist blasts tourists for “dirty and disrespectful” behavior

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A SCOTS artist has hit out at visitors after sharing “the ugly truth” about the picturesque Scottish west coast being ruined by tourists. Ayrshire artist Hope Blamire yesterday slammed visitors who have been disrespecting the...
European elk twins have been born at the Highland Wildlife Park this month - Scottish News

European elk twins have been born at the Highland Wildlife Park

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EUROPEAN elk twins have been born at the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland’s Highland Wildlife Park this month.The twins were born on May 14 to mum Cas and dad Raven, their gender is unknown,...

Hotel bookings surge brings back optimism at Surgeons Quarter

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A CHARITABLE hotel and events business tied to the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) is rebounding, with strong occupancy at its hotel and forward projections well above expectations.Surgeons Quarter, which operates the...
Vehicles from visitors have created a potentially dangerous situation - Scottish News

Scots fuming over influx of visitors blocking roads at local beauty spot

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SCOTS have been left fuming after an influx of visitors have left roads in chaos at a local beauty spot.Claire Whitton captured floods of tourists blocking the roads around the Silver Sands of Morar...
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Over £14k raised for family of popular Scot Robby Mullen who passed away suddenly

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MORE than £14,000 has been raised in just three days for the family of a popular young Scot who passed away suddenly this week.The GoFundMe page has smashed the original £5,000 target for the...
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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit a new junior tennis programme

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were today given a first-hand introduction to a junior tennis programme that will help more children enjoy the benefits of playing and staying in tennis.The Duke and Duchess...
Festival - Entertainment News Scotland

Hidden Door reveals the location of its 2021 event

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A FESTIVAL, music, and concert company has revealed the location of its 2021 event which will take place in September.The Hidden Door 2021 venue has been revealed as Granton Gasworks, with the festival taking...
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National Theatre of Scotland announces new projects

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THE national Theatre of Scotland announces a series of new digital creative engagement projects which will highlight the role that the arts can play in shaping society in Scotland.The new projects explore the role...
Kellogg's cornflakes pictured next to Reslva weedkiller - Consumer News Scotland

Scots islander fuming after spotting “poison” stocked next to food in Tesco store

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A SCOTS islander has been left fuming after spotting poison stocked right next to food in a Tesco store.Janet Marshall from the Isle of Lewis said the supermarket must “really hate their customers” after...
opera - Business News Scotland

Scottish opera returns with over 200 shows this summer

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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...
Irvine Welsh speaks out for Glasgow community - Scottish News

Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh backs campaign to save Scots library

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TRAINSPOTTING author Irvine Welsh has backed a campaign to save a Scots library that faces being shut down.The Glasgow community action group Save Whiteinch Library contacted the Scots writer on Twitter last night urging...
Holyrood Distillery - Business News Scotland

A whisky distillery is offering three rare casks for a charity auction

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EDINBURGH'S first single malt distillery in almost a century has partnered with an auctioneer to auction three “extra special” whisky casks for a charity auction. The casks will be auctioned by renowned spirits bidding platform...
Professor Catherine Heymans appointed as Astronomer Royal for Scotland. - Scottish News

Dark matter expert named first female Astronomer Royal for Scotland

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A renowned astrophysicist and investigator into one of science’s great unsolved mysteries has become the first woman to be appointed as Astronomer Royal for Scotland.Professor Catherine Heymans, a world-leading expert on the physics of...
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Retailers may get unexpected tax bills by using social media

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A LEADING tax firm have said that Retailers using social media influencers to “advertise” their products may face unexpected tax bills.Research from Blick Rothenberg shows that with the increase in online shopping due to...
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Plans for £40 million renewable energy hub reveled

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EDINBURGH-headquartered Forth Ports Limited is announcing plans to create a £40m renewable energy hub at the Port of Leith.The ambitious proposals for the creation of Scotland’s largest renewable energy hub would sit on a...

Dundee path brought back to life thanks to grant funding

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A GREEN PATHWAY adjacent to an industrial estate in Dundee has been significantly upgraded after Scotland’s walking charity awarded a grant totalling £4000 to a volunteer-led community improvement project.Dighty Connect, part of East Dundee...

Care residents travel the world without even packing a suitcase

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RETIREES prove you are never too old to travel as they make their way across the continents sampling different cuisines and experiencing new cultures all from the comfort of their home.Cramond Residence care home...

East Lothian kids get back in the swim

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Young swimmers across Scotland have led the way in showing there can be a safe return to leisure facilities with thousands signing up to resume lessons in their local pools – not least in...

Peter Pan will live on at Mearnskirk

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A BELOVED bronze statue of one of fiction’s most famous young boys will be reinstated within the grounds of a future development of homes.Dundas Estates, which is to redevelop land of the former Mearnskirk...
More than 300,000 Scottish adults have never had their eyes tested| Scottish News

Thousands of Scots have never had their eyes tested

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NEW research show more than 300,000 Scottish adults have never had their eyes tested.A survey commissioned by Dunfermline-based retinal imaging tech experts, Optos, indicates that 355,840 thousand adults have never had their eyes tested by an...
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