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8:37 pm · Highlands & Islands

Police appeal to identify man found dead in water at beauty spot

Lochan na Craoibhe

The public are being asked for help to identify a man who was discovered in a body of water in Glencoe. Police said the body of a man aged between 40 to 60 years old was discovered at Lochan Na...

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6:39 pm · Glasgow & West

Search underway for 15-year-old boy missing since Thursday

Police in Glasgow are appealing for the public’s assistance to trace a missing teenager who has not been seen since Thursday. Cameron Lee Mackenzie was last seen in Methven Street, Clydebank at around 11am on June 30.

Police in Glasgow are appealing for the public’s assistance to trace a missing teenager who has not been seen since Thursday. Cameron Lee Mackenzie was last seen in Methven Street, Clydebank at around 11am on June 30. The 15-year-old, who...

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4:13 pm · Glasgow & West

Teen taken to hospital after being hit by car as police launch enquiry

A 17-year-old boy has been taken to hospital after being hit by a car in Glasgow. The teenager was taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital after being struck by a car on Clarkston Road at around 4.30pm on Friday. His...

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4:09 pm · Politics

Ex-Tory whip fights to remain MP despite investigation

The Tory under investigation for allegedly groping two men said he is seeking “professional medical support” and hopes to return to his duties as an MP “as soon as possible”. Chris Pincher said on Saturday he is “truly sorry” and...

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3:23 pm · North East & Tayside

Serious three-car road crash sparks police dashcam appeal

A920

Police are appealing for information and dashcam footage after a three-car road crash on Thursday morning in Aberdeenshire. The incident on the A920 Pitmedden to Oldmeldrum Road occurred at around 10.40am on June 30, involving a grey Audi A3, red...

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2:59 pm · Football

Tributes paid to former Rangers and Scotland goalkeeper Andy Goram

Tributes have been paid to Scottish football great Andy Goram, who has died at the age of 58. The 58-year-old Ibrox nine in a row legend, who also played for Hibernian, Manchester United and Motherwell during a 23-year playing career,...

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2:26 pm · Edinburgh & East

Council to explore safe drug consumption centre trial

Naloxone.

Plans to roll out a drug consumption room in Edinburgh are to be investigated by the council amid calls for more action to tackle overdose deaths. Edinburgh city councillors backed a proposal for officials to investigate the feasibility of trialling...

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2:03 pm · North East & Tayside

Music banned at new food market metres away from fairground

Codona’s have been banned from playing music at a new food market – only metres away from the speakers blasting out tunes over their iconic Aberdeen fairground. The family-run amusement park is taking over the space previously used by Backyard...

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1:13 pm · Football

'The Goalie': Reflection on life of footballing legend Andy Goram

Andy Goram, who has died of cancer at the age of 58, was a man of many clubs who amassed a significant trophy haul as part of the great Rangers side of the 1990s. Although having played at various times...

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12:44 pm · Football

Rangers announce death of Andy Goram following cancer battle

Rangers say they are “deeply saddened” following the death of former goalkeeper Andy Goram following a battle with cancer. The 58-year-old Ibrox nine in a row legend, who also played for Hibernian, Manchester United and Motherwell during a 23-year playing...

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12:02 pm · Glasgow & West

Doctor recognised for work helping newborns in intensive care

A doctor has been honoured with a prestigious award for her work in spotting signs of stress in babies being treated in intensive care. Dr Nashwa Matta, an associate specialist in neonatology and neurodisability at NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde,...

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11:32 am · Scotland

Six strange sights from new database of Scottish statues

Star Pyramid

More than 13,000 works of public art have been catalogued in the first ever photographic database. Charity ArtUK has compiled the online catalogue which showcases all of the nations public sculptures which are now available to view for free online....

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10:51 am · North East & Tayside

History of postcard publisher Valentines celebrated in V&A exhibition

An exhibition which explores the history of a postcard and greetings card publisher in Dundee is set to open at the V&A. Known as one of Dundee’s most successful employers, Valentines popularised the picture postcard by capitalising on rapid developments...

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10:36 am · Sport

Josh Taylor gives up second title as Jack Catterall speculation grows

Josh Taylor has vacated another of his world light-welterweight titles, seemingly paving the way for a rematch against British rival Jack Catterall. Taylor overcame his mandatory challenger in Glasgow in February this year following a hotly-disputed split decision and there...

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10:25 am · Glasgow & West

Warning issued after reports of ‘children playing games on railway’

Network rail issued a warning after they received a report of children “playing games on the railway” in Glasgow. The transport provider took to Twitter on Friday night as they urged parents to “speak to kids about the dangers of...

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10:13 am · Scotland

More than 3,000 Scottish students to travel abroad under Turing Scheme

Students.

More than 3,000 Scottish students are set to travel across the world to work and study as part of a UK Government scheme.  The Turing Scheme was established as a replacement for the the Eramus+ initiative after the UK left...

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9:53 am · Highlands & Islands

Shetland prepares to host first-ever Pride with parade and party

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Shetland is preparing to host its first ever Pride Festival this weekend. The 13-hour event will kick-off with a parade from Market Cross at 11am on Saturday and end with a sold out Pride Party that will run until midnight....

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9:32 am · Scotland

Debt crisis warning amid sharp rise in bills and food price inflation

Sharp rises in energy bills and the highest food price inflation in a decade are contributing to a significant fall in real incomes for all Scottish households, according to a new report. A study from the Scottish Parliament’s Social Justice...

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9:18 am · North East & Tayside

Aberdeen food charity helping hundreds of families in need

The Touch of Love charity was initially founded as a drop-in centre, providing food to those in need in Aberdeen. Set up just a few weeks before the pandemic, when lockdown hit it immediately became apparent that demand was so...

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8:39 am · Highlands & Islands

Rescued otter makes splash after overcoming fear of water

An orphaned otter who overcame her fear of water has been making a splash at a Shetland rescue centre. Luna couldn’t wait until the pool was filled up before jumping in, rolling around and playing with the water streaming in...

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8:21 am · Scotland

I've embraced Dame Deborah's mentality - she was an inspiration to us all

I have spoken on TV and radio this week about the sad loss of Dame Deborah James. We all knew it was coming and yet, when the news came through via social media on Tuesday night, as I was enjoying...

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8:04 am · Edinburgh & East

Movie fanatic spends £3000 recreating iconic Disney car

A movie fanatic from Midlothian has transformed an old Beetle into a replica of iconic Disney car Herbie the Love Bug. Ross Nicholson, from Gorebridge, bought a 1972 Beetle for £2000 from London before spending six months tracking down authentic...

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