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JUDY TYREMAN hugs Pauline Hunt as two women whose lives have been shattered by one terrible transplant tragedy, unite in grief.
MORE than 200 food banks are handing out emergency parcels to struggling families across Scotland, we can reveal.
UP to 25 Black Watch soldiers failed a drug test last year, The Sunday Post can reveal – the highest number in any Scottish battalion for five years.
Victim of cancer transplant tragedy reveals dismay after officials write to her husband mistakenly apologising for her death
NHS officials wrote to the husband of a woman fighting a lethal cancer given to her in an organ transplant and mistakenly apologised for her death.
CALLS for action to help victims of Scotland’s second mesh scandal are escalating as the devastating toll emerges.
We just can’t believe this: Dismay of tragic student Scott Calder’s family after police change account of where he was last seen
THE family of tragic student Scott Calder voiced disbelief yesterday after the police changed their account of the hours before his death.
THE double transplant tragedy which saw two patients contract cancer from their new organs is to be raised this week at an influential House of Commons committee.
WILD salmon caught in Scotland is now off the menu at restaurants after the closure of the country’s main commercial fishery.
REVEALED: Family tell of shock, loss and anger after loving husband and dad dies after getting cancer from transplanted liver
THE first victim of a double transplant tragedy, who died after getting cancer from his new liver, can be revealed today.
Tap water ban imposed for staff and children at North Lanarkshire schools built on former toxic dump
PUPILS and teachers have been told not to drink tap water at new secondary schools built on a toxic dump.
THE worst salmon season in living memory has sparked fears that global warming and fish farms are emptying Scotland’s rivers.