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Peterhead's Lido beach has achieved the highest ranking for water quality in the annual report of the Marine Conservation Society.
Scotland's first chocolate factory aroused suspicion at the outbreak of World War One.
Many football fans will be saddened to hear that the end of an era is fast approaching for Kirkintilloch Rob Roy as the club prepares to leave its famous Adamslie Park home.
Images of what is reportedly the infamous monster of Scotland's Loch Ness has spawned a spate of copycat sightings since the mythical creature was supposedly captured on Apple Maps by amateur Loch Ness Monster spotters last year.
A football thug who was part of a 30-strong mob that brought a Scottish Cup tie to a halt has been spared a prison sentence.
With the holiday season and days out upon us once again, the latest edition of 'A Guide to Kirriemuir and District' is sure to be a hit with visitors and locals alike.
In May 2012, I was recruited to join the launch event for Yes Scotland - the eagerly anticipated campaign for a Yes vote at the referendum on Scottish independence.
There was plenty for all the family in the series of events orchestrated by Angus Ahead to celebrate Scotland and which kicked off on April 5 with the Arbroath Homecoming Weekend.
We all knew it would come to this. Artificial intelligences, superheroes and now aliens from beyond the stars? Perhaps Scarlett Johansson has simply superseded portraying regular old people in favor of the wholly digital, the post-human and, in Jonathan Glazer's cool, disturbing and moving science-fiction film "Under the Skin," a sometimes ... (more)
East Dunbartonshire Council is on track to receive 1million in funding from transport charity Sustrans, as part of their Community Links Programme.
Johanna McQuillan is being treated for injuries to her legs after the dog attacked her in front of her little sister A nine-year-old girl was repeatedly mauled by a crazed dog in a swing park yesterday as her father desperately tried to fend off the animal.
Prime Minister David Cameron has donated a bottle of House of Commons whisky to a Leek man to help his fund-raising efforts for a new war memorial.
The girls will shortly go head-to-head in a series of challenges - including a tough cycle at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome - prior to the final judging panel on Thursday, May 1. Stunning Charlene Key, of Ashgill, and gorgeous Kerri O'Raw, from Hamilton, have been named among the ten finalists competing for the crown.