Monday, September 20, 2021

Two companies fined for failing that led to man’s injury

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TWO companies have been fined a total of £100,000 after an employee was crushed by machinery.Chivas Brothers Limited and Fire Protection Group (FPG) Limited pled guilty to health and safety breaches committed between December...

Research finds evictions in cost Scottish public £28m each year

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HOMELESSNESS charity Shelter Scotland has published research that found it costs the public at least £28m to evict tenants from social homes in a single year.The research was commissioned by the housing campaign group...

Volunteer-led project brings Rabbie Burns’s poem to life

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AN ICONIC route led by Robert Burns’s Tam O’Shanter has been revived with the help of Scotland’s national walking charity.The restored path was funded by South Ayrshire Council and Paths for All, with support...
Poo-covered toilet brush found in holiday apartment - Tourism News Uk

Shocked Scot horrified after finding faeces-covered toilet brush in his £225-a-night holiday apartment

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A HOLIDAYMAKER was horrified after claiming to have spent almost £225-per-night for an apartment rental to find faeces left behind on a grotty toilet brush.Gary James, from Edinburgh, was disgusted when he found mould...
Itchy sheep and car reg - Animal News Scotland

Adorable images show itchy sheep giving itself scratch on the side of a car

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Adorable images show an itchy sheep giving itself a satisfying scratch on the side of a car. The sheep was spotted trying to sooth its itch near Loch Gairloch in the West coast of the...
Danny and his mum - UK News

Desperate parents trying to get flights to Oz to see expat footballer son in...

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DESPERATE parents are pleading for two plane tickets to Australia so they can see their expat son who is in hospital in a coma after being attacked.Nicola Hodgson, from Cleator Moor, Cumbria, said her...
The 20-year-old returned hotel key | Scottish News

Scots hotel has old room key returned back to them – 20 years after...

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A SCOTS hotel has had an old room key returned back to them - 20 years after the guest visited.The Hilcroft Hotel in Whitburn, West Lothian, received the key alongside a handwritten note from...
Badger looking at camera - Animal News Scotland

Cops crack down on Scottish wildlife crime as cases double over lockdown

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POLICE Scotland are cracking down on wildlife crime as incident figures doubled over the course of lockdown.Operation Wingspan is going into its final phase to tackle the alarming growth of crimes against wildlife in...
Josh Doherty - Scottish Care News

Scots nursery worker who grabbed child by the cheeks struck off

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A SCOTS nursery worker has been struck off after grabbing a child by the cheeks before saying "she better watch it". The Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) found that Josh Doherty, who worked at Little...
Stag headbutting sign - Wildlife News Scotland

Hilarious images show stag knocking over “please do not feed me” sign

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HILARIOUS images show a furious stag knocking over a "please do not feed me" sign. Linda Donnelly captured a series of images yesterday as the angry stag, known locally as Callum, headbutted the post and...
Marionville Court Care Home - Scottish Care News

Scots carer struck off for forcing resident to eat causing her to throw up

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A “BULLY” Scots carer has been struck off after forcing a resident with dementia to eat, causing her to throw up. The Scottish Social Services Council’s (SSSC) report listed several incidents involving Susan Jane Worth,...
The family pictured - UK Health News

Ryanair customer claims she was told to “be patient” by the airline after being...

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A RYANAIR customer has claimed she was told to “be patient” by the airline after asking for a refund when she was diagnosed with cancer.Alison Tatum said she has been trying to get £800...
The mum and daughter - UK Fashion News

Fashionista who couldn’t afford £310 Victoria Beckham sweater vest gets mum with arthritis to...

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A FASHIONISTA who couldn't afford a £310 Victoria Beckham sweater vest got her mum who suffers from arthritis to sew an amazing replica for under £20.Amy-Jo Simpson fell in love with the crochet top...
Reddit thread worthless cat - Animal News

Cat owner dumps boyfriend after hearing call cat “f***ing worthless”

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A CAT owner dumped her boyfriend and kicked him out after she overheard him telling her pet “You’re so f***ing worthless”.Reddit user Catwoesthrowaway took to social media two weeks ago to ask the public...
Rabbit and Stoat on road - Wildlife News Scotland

Amazing video shows rabbit and stoat rolling around in tussle across road

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AN AMAZING video shows a rabbit and stoat rolling around in an intense tussle across a busy Scots road. Emma Killicoat managed to capture the incredible footage of the two animals in combat in Ellon,...
Adrian at work in his window cleaning business - UK News

Crafty wife dupes husband into cleaning their windows after weeks of asking – by...

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A CRAFTY wife duped her husband into cleaning their windows after weeks of asking by booking in a slot with his cleaning company.Jodie Morris was tired of asking her window cleaner husband Adrian to...
Josh pictured with fans on bridge - Scottish News

Biker set to cycle Scotland’s coast to raise money for charity researching rare...

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A BIKER who is cycling 5,000 miles around Britain's coastline for charity is set to begin his final leg of the journey around Scotland.Josh Garman is attempting to complete the challenge, which will see...
Paul having a boogie- Viral Video News

Security guard goes viral after stealing the show at Anne-Marie concert with his sassy...

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A security guard has gone viral after stealing the show at an Anne-Marie concert with his sassy dance moves.Peter Olsen was filmed dancing away happily while wearing his high-vis waistcoat at the pop concert...

Dental group flexes eco credentials after saving 164,000 sheets of paper in four months

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Scotland’s largest dental firm introduces paperless patient journeyA NEW sustainability protocol has enabled Scotland’s largest dental group to save the paper equivalent of four trees per month.Around 164,000 forms were completed electronically across Clyde...

Cumbernauld local recognised in housing providers kindness awards

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A DEDICATED member of staff at a housing development in Cumbernauld has been acknowledged for keeping spirits high during the pandemic.Carole Irvine, 61 from Cumbernauld, has been recognised in the ‘You are One of...
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