Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Disabled man speaks of terror after vicious attack 149

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By David WalkerA DISABLED man has spoken of his terror after he was punched to the ground by two girls as he made his way home.Cerebral Palsy sufferer David Wilson, 45, was walking along...

Seven-year-old Hearts fan dies from rare condition 148

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By Douglas Walker A YOUNG Scot has died of a rare degenerative condition likened to childhood dementia. Mitchell Harrower, seven, suffered from the disease Niemann-Pick type C which affects only 500 people worldwide. Brave Mitchell, who lived in...

Scots tourist dies two days before birthday 147

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By Martin CouperA DIABETIC holidaymaker fell into a coma and died – just hours into a luxury break to celebrate his birthday.Andy Todd, 30, had gone to Mexico to visit a group of friends...

Scots hunk stripped of kilt 145

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By Alexander Lawrie ONE of Scotland’s best loved characters has been stripped of his kilt – in an effort to appeal more to English customers. Scotch Beef hunk Glen has undergone a dramatic transformation and the...

Hibs fan banned from every ground in UK 140

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By Martin CouperA FOOTBALL thug has been barred from all football grounds in the UK after being hit with a banning order.Paul Angus, 20, will be unable to attend any of Hibernian’s matches for...

Mechanic finds snake in car 138

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By Martin CouperA SHOCKED mechanic could hardly believe his eyes when he found a live snake in the back of a car.Gordon Aikman, 52, was clearing out the personal belongings from a black Citroen...

No life jackets on tragic fishing boat 136

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By Alexander LawrieA FISHING boat that sank off the coast of Fife on Saturday morning did not have any life jackets on board, it has been revealed.The amazing revelation came as survivor Mike Mosley...

Thieves raid ship wreckage 134

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By Martin CouperHEARTLESS thieves have broken into the wreckage of a tragic sailing vessel.The crooks boarded the Solway Harvester trawler as it sat in a harbour on the Isle of Man, having sunk just off...

Flooding wreaks havoc across region 131

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By Karrie Gillett MORE than one hundred fire-fighters were called out to deal with the aftermath of torrential rainfall as most of Fife was hit by flooding.The heavy rain began falling on Saturday afternoon and...

No nonsense as Choppers go to America 125

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By Alexander LawrieA SCOTS company who specialise in customising Harley Davidson motor bikes are all set to launch in America – after winning a string of top European awards.No Nonsense Choppers have also attracted...

Olympic protest sees Scot arrested 121

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By Paul ThorntonTHE FATHER of the Scottish student who has been arrested in China following a protest at the Olympic Stadium has backed his son’s actions.Brian Thom said his son Iain, 24, had planned...

Historic cottage saved brick by brick 120

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by Alexander LawrieAN HISTORIC cottage is to be taken apart brick by brick and moved to a new home - less than two miles away.The 18th century Botanic Cottage – once home to the...

Tram work uncovers wartime simulator 119

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by Alexander LawrieA WWII flight simulator has been discovered lying abandoned in a hut due to be demolished to make way for a city tram system.Officials from Transport Initiatives Edinburgh (TIE) found the historic...

Fury over Saltire ban at Olympics 117

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By Martin CouperSCOTTISH spectators have been banned from cheering on their Olympic heroes with the Saltire flag in Beijing.The house rules for the forthcoming games state that only flags from countries with a National...

War honour for 'forgotten soldier' 111

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by Alexander LawrieA SCOTTISH soldier killed during WW1 has finally been honoured – more than 90 years after he fell on the battlefield.Robert Liddle Kilgour died during the Third Battle of Ypres – more...

Disco girl gets judges in a spin 109

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by Alexander Lawrie A HYPERACTIVE youngster who turned to disco dancing to use up her excess energy has stunned her family by becoming World Champion. Tamara Robertson is officially the best under-eight disco dancer on the planet...

Boy hurt in 30ft cliff fall 105

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by Michael MacLeodA YOUNG boy has been seriously injured after falling more than 30ft from a cliff face on the first day of his holiday.The seven-year-old - named locally as Cameron - was climbing...

Warning over dangers of texting 104

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by Alexander LawrieYOUNG Scots send more texts than anywhere else in Britain – but are now being urged to cut down in a bid to ward of injury. Almost two thirds of Scots aged 16-24...

Clothes store too sexy for shopping centre 102

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By Martin CouperAN online clothes shop that has supplied dresses to stars of the new James Bond film has been banned from opening in a shopping centre – because it is too sexy.Sexy Little...

Musical trio climb highest mountain 101

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By Alexander LawrieTHREE cellists who specialise in playing in extraordinary places have completed their most challenging task yet – playing on top of Ben Nevis.The Extreme Cellists performed at the top of Britain’s highest...
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