Parents and carers have been urged to speak with young people over reports of non compliance on bus journeys.
The airline will resume daily nonstop flights between Edinburgh and New York from March 5.
Connor Willis was involved in both robberies, which took place within a month of each other in 2019.
Over half a million lights make the George Street building shine each year.
The tactic is being pursued following a review of the north-east Fife housing plan.
The underground bunkers could be introduced in West Lothian to replace wheelie bins.
Police said the loss of the animals was 'extremely distressing' for their owner.
Retrospective planning was refused for the outbuilding, however councillor Ross Paterson intends to 'ask for a review'.
More patients are being sent home on the same day as their treatment at NHS Forth Valley.
Kyle McKenzie broke into the 83-year-old woman's house before attacking and raping her.
St Abb’s Head in the Scottish Borders is run by the National Trust for Scotland.
The backpack was discovered by a member of the public at Lock 14 in Camelon, Falkirk, last Tuesday.
Police discovered the woman's body at an address in Cultenhove Crescent in Stirling on Sunday morning.
The bench, made by trainee carpenters, will be placed in Scott Huchinson's hometown of Selkirk.
A survey found mass gatherings in the city over the festive period were the least-wanted events in the future.
The companies expect to lose more than £3m as a result of young people choosing to use free bus travel instead.
At least 13 people have been arrested in three of the locations, police forces have confirmed.
Ednilson De Ceita's BMW X5 collided with Jonathan Smith’s Peugeot 206 on May 25, 2018.
Robert MacKenzie, who was accused of alleged offences dating back to the 1950s, will not be prosecuted.
The 2021 event in the Firth of Forth was cancelled due to coronavirus.