Friday, September 17, 2021

Lothian power station is the worst polluter in Europe

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By Oliver FarrimondA SCOTTISH power station has been branded the filthiest in Europe.The coal-fired plant at Cockenzie belches out pollution that causes acid rain.A new report by energy watchdog Entec found the East Lothian...

Gordon Ramsay’s new Paris restaurant branded ‘boring’ by renowned French food critic

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By Oliver FarrimondFEARED French food critic Francois Simon has slammed Gordon Ramsay's new Parisian restaurant, saying that it serves up ‘photocopier food'.Simon accused the Scottish born master-chef's dishes of being ‘repetitive' and ‘not interesting'.His...

President Obama orders Perth firm’s fabric for White House

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By Karrie GillettFABRIC made in Scotland has been flown to America to be used for curtains in President Obama’s bedroom.The pure wool cloth produced by a Perthshire company has been ordered to make up...

Lights out for Forth Bridge during Earth Hour

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By Oliver FarrimondSCOTLAND'S most recognisable landmark is to be plunged into darkness for one hour this March.The world-famous Forth Bridge joins a list of celebrated structures all over the world that are switching off...

Women are “easy to read”

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By Cara SuliemanYOU WOULDN'T think it listening to the country's men, but women are easier to read than men.Research by New Scientist magazine revealed that women's faces give away more about their personalities than...

Christine Hamilton becomes British Battleaxe

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By Cara SuliemanCHRISTINE Hamilton has changed her name by deed poll - to Mrs British Battleaxe.The wife of former Tory minister Neil Hamilton made the change as part of an elaborate PR stunt for...

X-Men Star Goes Camping In NY

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By Alexander LawrieSCOTS film star Alan Cumming has thrilled crowds in New York by performing his first ever musical concert.The bi-sexual actor performed songs by Cyndi Lauper, Dolly Parton and Abba as he made...

Sex survey says that more Scottish women have multiple orgasms

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By Oliver FarrimondA SEX survey released yesterday has turned up some surprising secrets about what Scots get up to in the bedroom.According to the report, over three-quarters of Scottish women say that they've had...

Travelex charging for “currency change”

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By Cara SuliemanTRAVELLERS at one of Britain's busiest airports are being charged for changing money - but it's for exchanging Scottish banknotes for their English equivalent.The Travelex booth at Newcastle airport charges Scots £3...

TV Presenter Faces Backlash

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By Alexander LawrieDISABLED groups and politicians from across the country have hit back at English motormouth Jeremy Clarkson after he poked fun at Gordon Brown’s blindness.The controversial Top Gear presenter hit the headlines this...

Sean Connery hooked on big bangs, says writer

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By Oliver FarrimondBOND legend Sir Sean Connery had a clause in his contract demanding bigger explosions in each film he appeared in.The retired Scot is reportedly hooked on big bangs, and even managed to...

Ashley Judd, wife of Scots racing legend, slams Sarah Palin

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By Oliver FarrimondTHE WIFE of Scots speed-demon Dario Franchitti has incited a war of words with Republican Party darling Sarah Palin.Hollywood starlet Ashley Judd slammed the self-styled 'Hockey Mom' for her support of aerial...

Home barbers warned against Argos snip

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By Cara Sulieman SCOTLAND'S men have come up with a new way to save money - by cutting their own hair.A survey by Brylcreem claims that 69 per cent of men across the country are...

Student claims top prize for film score

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By Oliver FarrimondA SCOTTISH student has claimed the top prize in a national music competition - hitting all the right notes with a star-studded panel of judges.Steven Kelly, 18, secured the award for an...

Cumming's dream to see Obama naked

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By Michael MacLeodSELF-confessed willy expert Alan Cumming reckons Barack Obama has a big one.The Scottish-turned-American actor says the new President is the one person he would most like to see naked.But he admits...

Mum to appeal tot death extradition

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By Paul ThorntonA SCOTTISH mum is to appeal the decision to extradite her to Spain where she is to face a possible murder charge over the death of her young son.Corinna Reid, 33, is...

‘Trainspotting’ creator wants sequel

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By Michael MacLeod,A SEQUEL to Trainspotting WILL happen, according to the man who wrote the original film.Irvine Welsh has revealed he's itching to resurrect the lives of Scotland's favourite rave-loving junkie pals Renton, Sick...

Political leaders back Gaza appeal

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By Michael MacLeodHOLYROOD'S political leaders have joined forces appealing for Scots to dig deep for victims of the Gaza conflict.Deputy first minister Nicola Sturgeon hit out at BBC and Sky News’ “downright wrong” decision...

Singer sets Skins alight

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By Cara SuliemanA SCOTTISH singer is set to hit the big time after her song was chosen to star on a popular TV programme.Amy Sawers' Free Like The Sun will be featuring in the...

Drink and self-drive holiday

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By Cara SuliemanA TRAVEL company has been slammed for offering self-drive free bar holidays in the UK.Mistral Holidays offers the breaks for one or two nights, including a three-hour binge in the hotel bar.The...
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