Labour accused of tax 'hypocrisy'
Labour has been accused of hypocrisy by criticising Scottish Government grants to companies who "dodge tax" and plans to cut corporation tax at Holyrood while praising grants and tax cuts elsewhere.
Thu May 16, 2013
Time for a new challenge
Daniel Rous, MD at Furniture Plus, who has decided to leave the charity for a new challenge.
Tue May 14, 2013
Metro UK News
Wi-fi boost to Scottish commuters as 25 stations get connected
Free wi-fi will be provided at 25 of Scotland's train stations by March next year, passengers have been promised.
Mon May 06, 2013
The Daily Record
NHS chiefs lambasted for issuing advice on washing hands while staying quiet about C.diff outbreak
CHIEF medical officer Sir Harry Burns and Ros Moore, the chief nursing officer, called on the public to practise good hand hygiene despite keeping quiet on the superbug outbreak.
Sun May 05, 2013
A castle garden...
The history of both public and private gardens in the United Kingdom is long one.
Jackie's still nursing, 60 years on
THE Queen may have celebrated her Diamond Jubilee, but one Thurrock woman is marking her own 60 years in the job.
Fri May 03, 2013
The Daily Record
NHS blasted for not revealing the hospitals where a new strain of the ...
NHS blasted for not revealing the hospitals where a new strain of the deadly C.diff superbug killed 3 people BOTH experts and the family of victims of the bug have criticised the health service for keeping quiet on which hospitals have been hit by the killer bug.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
May the Forth be with You
The Forth Bridge was opened in 1890. The new bridge will be the fifth major bridge over the river Forth The public are being asked to vote to decide the name of the new Forth bridge.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Large blaze tackled in seaside town
Fifty firefighters have been scrambled to the scene of a large fire in a seaside town, according to the fire service.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Small World News Service
Senior NHS nurse strapped a degrading 'Feed Me' sign to frail elderly stroke victim
A senior hospital nurse who taped a sign saying 'Feed Me' to a frail patient on April Fool's Day was today branded "a disgrace to his profession". Glen Davidson, 39, wrote the "despicable" note during a night shift and fixed it to a tube-fed elderly stroke victim.