A DEVICE which can collect harmful plastics and even discarded oil is to be used in Scotland for the first time as part of the fight against growing levels of dangerous waste in the waters around our coast.
THE detective who fell ill while investigating the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter last night released a statement from his hospital bed.
THERE were dark times after a horrific car crash when Debbie Stewart feared she had nothing to live for.
PRISONERS are being taught about life on Mars to help them go straight.
We’re just not the retiring type: From hospital theatres to sweet shops, we meet the Scots who love work so much they won’t give it up
THE number of men and women working beyond their 65th birthday has more than quadrupled in the last two decades with a record 1.2 million over-65s still clocking on.
SNP bring in private investigators to probe new claim against sex-text MSP Mark McDonald as party insiders are left in the dark
SLEAZE probe MSP Mark McDonald is under further investigation after a young woman claimed she woke up in his hotel bed – with no idea how she got there.
Real-life gangster who inspired Peaky Blinders character waged war with DC Thomson newspaper over an article… and lost
HE is the rival gang leader locked in a violent struggle with Peaky Blinders hero Thomas Shelby.
HIS invention revolutionised the way we all handle money.
Fairy gardens cast spell over Scotland with craze for miniature houses for tiny visitors sparking spritely sales
CREATING a garden that was friendly for magical miniature folk once consisted of building a pond so that a concrete gnome would have somewhere to fish.
CAPTAIN MORGAN might be the world’s most famous rum-loving pirate but he’s got a rival.
HE was acclaimed as one of Scotland’s foremost Gaelic scholars, a tireless champion of Scotland’s cultural and natural heritage.