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Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama and Melania Trump are among the politicians expected to be in attendanceAs the House gears up to vote on expelling him, George … more
Originated in former nurse Katy Kennedy's own kitchen, LilyBee's magnesium cream offers a natural solution for menopause  symptoms and other ailments– with its success now taking her family … more
Hamas says it is ‘still committed’ to ceasefire while alleging Israel broke truce; Israel’s chief of staff says military is using the truce to ‘strengthen readiness’Israel and Palestine: a … more
The addition of a sixth aircraft at Glasgow is good from an employment perspective and for delivering more choice to travellers more
Decision comes after protests by environmentalists who said it would damage forested coastal area and threaten water suppliesPanama’s supreme court has declared unconstitutional a 20-year … more
Signs have appeared on the streets of Edinburgh city centre as countdown begins for the enforcement of its Low Emission Zone (LEZ). more
Patrick Harvie today launched his consultation on draft heat in buildings legislation, which will bring Scottish homes and buildings into a wider plan in Scotland’s push to Net Zero. more
National Literacy Trust study also found that children who received free school meals were twice as likely not to have a book of their own at homeAlmost a million children in the UK do not have a … more
The SNP’s public finance minister has refused to restate the Scottish Government’s 16-year commitment to “no compulsory redundancy” as it tries to shrink its workforce. more
Reverend Stuart MacQuarrie, former chaplain of Rangers Football Club, Glasgow Warriors rugby club and the University of Glasgow, has passed away aged 70. more
Gil Ofarim confesses in court to making up story that in 2021 a hotel had asked him to ‘put away’ a Star of David pendantThe Central Council of Jews in Germany has strongly condemned a singer … more
Director of the beloved mock-rock-doc confirms filming will start on a sequel next year, with most of the original cast and a few new big names to featurePaul McCartney and Elton John will appear in … more
HUMZA Yousaf is expected to be quizzed in Holyrood later this week on why Scottish ministers are not planning to outlaw XL bully dogs. more
Exclusive: ride technician engineers in California say union avoidance consultants brought in after filing for union electionLego playsets have captivated children and adults alike for decades, but … more
Measure aimed at helping to protect referees from abuseIfab also consider attempts to improve VAR systemThe use of sin-bins is to be expanded in football, part of a series of measures designed to … more
CONVIVIAL, cosy, creative restaurant and pub Stravaigin has unveiled its Christmas and Hogmanay menus. more
Controversial justice reforms which would give Scottish ministers more power over the courts have been dismissed as “constitutionally inept” by the country’s second most senior judge. more
For Franz Kafka, it was The Kid. For Stanley Kubrick, it was the trailer to Eyes Wide Shut. But what about Cobain, Presley and Kennedy? Artist Stanley Schinter talks us through his revelatory new … more
FOR The Ubiquitous Chip’s head chef Doug Lindsay and general manager Will Allen, Christmas begins in July. more
Minister warns of risk from militias after death of 16-year-old blamed on immigrants and minoritiesThe French interior minister has called for the dissolution of three extreme-right groups after a … more
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