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Sacked Rosaburn House Care Home worker Sharon Young laughed at, degraded and took a photograph of the elderly double amputee as she had an accident in a bath.
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A MAN who was acquitted of murder was in hospital last night after being shot in the legs by a gunman.
Cult Fife-based music collective and record label Fence mark Easter with another of their boutique music happenings.
The fault in a power transmission line has affected "in excess of 100,000 properties" stretching from Inverness to the far north of mainland Scotland and the Western Isles, Orkney, Shetland and even the Isle of Skye.
A man who grew cannabis plants at a house in Motherwell has been ordered to do 300 hours of unpaid community work.
Ceramic art work created by people with long term conditions was displayed at Old and Abbey Church in Arbroath on Tuesday.
Police are trying urgently to trace vulnerable Rebecca Scott, who was last seen by a family friend around 7.45am today near her home in Deveron Road, East Kilbride.
The celebration of the much-loved seabird will include Puffin Express boat trips, a Puffin Trail through the centre, arts, crafts and storytelling activities, picnics and parties.
On Monday it became the first Scottish town to enjoy a full e-commerce enabled town website which will allow residents, locals, visitors and tourists alike to discover, browse, book and buy from retail and leisure businesses at www.visitforfar.com The site is hosted on MyHigh.St, a business set up to support High Streets and independent retailers ... (more)
ALEX Salmond has given a clear guarantee that the Royal Navy would continue to build warships in an independent Scotland.
A MAN who was cleared of the 1977 World's End murders faces standing trial again following a ruling by judges.
TWO men remained in a stable condition in hospital last night following the death of a teenager from the illegal stimulant, mephedrone.
Council leaders in Orkney, Shetland and the Outer Hebrides have been campaigning for local government to be given more control over island affairs The Orkney and Shetland MP said government from Edinburgh had been "just as bad and just as dangerous" for the islands "as it is from London."
The Energy Ombudsman recently announced complaint levels about electricity and gas companies have more than trebled in the first quarter of 2014.
East Lothian audiences are invited to join the filmmakers of tomorrow on the red carpet for 'John Muir - The Schools Film Premiere' later this month.