A man who pulled a knife on a shop worker in an attempted robbery fled the scene on a bike, police have said.
A BUDDING tennis star at Sir Andy Murray’s former school hopes the Wimbledon champion will return as a PE teacher after he retires.
Residents of Dunblane have hailed the tennis career of the town’s most famous son, and wished him a bright future when he lays down his racket.
Government ministers discussed the need to “close down” the public perception of a cover-up over the Dunblane massacre, official papers reveal.
RELATIVES of Dunblane massacre victims were among hundreds of people who protested outside the US Consulate in Edinburgh on Saturday as part of a campaign for greater gun control in America.
Lorraine Kelly: 22 years on, the families of Dunblane have sent a powerful message to the US gun brigade. Shame on them if they fail to listen
IT'S hard to believe it’s now 22 years since the world was rocked by the deaths of 16 children and their teacher at Dunblane Primary.
SURVIVORS and family members of victims of the Dunblane tragedy have sent a powerful message to students in Parkland.
Lodge on Loch Lomond, Luss Book yourself a room with a view at this stunning hideaway. Tucked in at the quant village of Luss and overlooking the beautiful waters of Loch Lomond, The Lodge of Loch Lomond is a great base for exploring the central belt. Visit Scotland’s most romantic church and its fabulous grounds or take a boat out from the hotel’s own jetty.
1. Bracklinn Falls, Callander If you want a waterfall like no other, this is the place to go. Prettiest after a shower – it’ll be the only time you’re hoping for rain!
Three Sisters Bake, Killearn This cafe is the second venue from – funnily enough – three sisters who began at historic Quarriers Village. Bright and airy, this is the place to head for the freshest of home baking as well as hearty soups.
1. Blackness Castle, Linlithgow Historical buffs will love Blackness Castle. And, boy, do TV and filmmakers adore it, too. Smash-hit Outlander is just the latest production to feature the 15th Century stronghold. A film version of Hamlet and an old BBC series of Ivanhoe are just a couple of the others. It looks like a “ship that never sailed” and has great Firth of Forth views