Scotland, United Kingdom News
Local news for Scotland, United Kingdom continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
3 hrs ago | Sunday Herald
LABOUR has opted for Parliamentary experience to rebuild party fortunes in Falkirk ahead of the next General Election, selecting former MSP Karen Whitefield as its candidate to become MP.
Do gun control laws need to be more or less strict than they are now?
Should religious groups be tax exempt?
8 hrs ago | Scotsman.com
HITLER'S memoirs, gruesome novels on serial killers and the Fifty Shades Of Grey trilogy were among the books borrowed by Scotland's prison inmates this year, officials have revealed.
12 hrs ago | Hampton Roads Daily Press
15 hrs ago | The Daily Record
OLD Carla Todd still can't understand why the uncle she loved so much went out to see a band and never came back.
We are aiming to get food to 60,000 people who would otherwise wake up on Christmas Day with nothing to eat Food banks across the country yesterday prepared to send out lifeline parcels to the needy as you - our generous readers - backed the Sunday Mirror's Christmas campaign.
TEARFUL and heart-breaking tributes were yesterday paid to the pilot killed in the Glasgow helicopter crash by his father, fiance and friends, as the first funeral of the nine victims of the Clutha tragedy took place.
There is no excuse for devouring fields when brownfield sites provide space for family homes in the city, writes Malcolm Fraser PREPARE yourselves planners, councillors and the people of Edinburgh in general, for the Murray Estates "Garden District" public relations onslaught is about to turn the volume up to 11. The first stages of an eventual ... (more)
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) ROYAL Bank of Scotland said its websites were victims of a cyber attack that left some customers unable to access their accounts in the group's second computer crash in less than a week.
Tayside Safety Camera Partnership continues to target safety camera activity at sites with a history of collisions and evidence of speeding drivers.
ENGINEERS battled high winds, road closures and fallen trees as they tried to restore electricity at thousands of households across the country.
The short-term future of a much loved Arbroath youth organisation has been assured thanks to a a flurry of fund-raising and grants.
DRIVERS in Bolton are less likely to drive under the influence of drink and drugs than other areas, according to new figures.
SOME flood warnings have been lifted across Scotland after a storm with winds of up to 142mph battered the country.
TENS of thousands of homes have been without power and residents have been warned to stay away from coastal paths in some areas today as hurricane-force gusts of up to 142mph battered the north of Britain.