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Mum ordered to pay just £5 after raking in £45K from fake GoFundMe Cancer Scheme

She had used a photo from her gall bladder operation to trick kind-hearted members of the public A mum who faked that she had been diagnosed with cancer and raised…

Man stopped and given ‘Advice’ by cops for Flying Drone close to a prison

A man flying a drone near a Scots prison was stopped by cops – amid concerns he might have been using the airborne gadget to smuggle drugs over the walls. Tayside police officers stopped…

Hunt on for workmen who tried to entice a young girl into their car in Newton Mearns

A 14-year-old girl has been left ‘very distressed and upset’ after she was approached by two men in a car while walking in Newton Mearns. The pair also shouted comments…

Man charged after police discover cannabis cultivation worth £500,000

A man has been arrested and charged after cannabis cultivation worth more than half a million pounds was discovered within a property in Aberdeen.  The cultivation, estimated to be worth…

Man, 30, caught red-handed selling a sawn-off shotgun in Glasgow jailed

A MAN caught selling a sawn-off shotgun has been jailed for three years. Derek Eadie was watched by police taking £980 before passing two men the weapon in a Sports…

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Food & Drink in Scotland

National Restaurant Awards 2022: Scotland’s best restaurant revealed

The top 100 UK restaurants have been named in this year’s National Restaurant Awards and the one crowned as Scotland’s best is a day trip from Glasgow. While London restaurants…

A Hidden Seafood gem in the North-East of Scotland, The Captain’s Table

Fraserburgh has been long treated to top-quality fish, thanks to its locality Fresh locally, sourced seafood, near-daily(where possible) – sounds too good to be true, right? The Captain’s Table boasts…

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Scottish energy businesses lead way at Hannover Messe Expo

Scotland’s renewable energy and hydrogen sectors are to be showcased at a major international trade fair, the Hannover Messe Expo. Scottish Development International has confirmed it will lead Scotland’s presence…

Scots gran lay on floor for five hours waiting on ambulance to arrive

AN 89-YEAR-OLD Scots gran lay on the floor of her care home for five hours while waiting on an ambulance after breaking her hip. Ella Nimmo was in extreme pain after falling…

INSIGHT: How has the case for Scottish independence evolved since 2014?

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to lay out a ‘route map’ to a new independence vote, even if Westminster says no. In a 2014 referendum, 55% of voters in Scotland…

Mum ordered to pay just £5 after raking in £45K from fake GoFundMe Cancer Scheme

She had used a photo from her gall bladder operation to trick kind-hearted members of the public A mum who faked that she had been diagnosed with cancer and raised…

Man stopped and given ‘Advice’ by cops for Flying Drone close to a prison

A man flying a drone near a Scots prison was stopped by cops – amid concerns he might have been using the airborne gadget to smuggle drugs over the walls. Tayside police officers stopped…

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The Queen secretly lobbied Scottish ministers for climate law exemption

Monarch used secretive procedure to become only person in country not bound by a green energy rule The Queen’s lawyers secretly lobbied Scottish ministers to change a draft law to…

INSIGHT: How has the case for Scottish independence evolved since 2014?

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to lay out a ‘route map’ to a new independence vote, even if Westminster says no. In a 2014 referendum, 55% of voters in Scotland…

Cyber & Tech News

CyberSecurity Myths Debunked

CyberSecurity Myths Debunked We work online. We live online. As our fast-paced lives get exponentially dependent on digital services, the urgency to protect our information from being misused is crucial. In…

Experts fear Kremlin cyber attacks

Scottish firms and public bodies should bolster defences against an imminent Russian cyber onslaught, according to a security expert. Jude McCorry, head of the Scottish Business Resilience Centre (SBRC), warns criminal gangs…

New Proposals for UK’s Computer Misuse Act

UK legislators have proposed an amendment to the Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure (PSTI) bill that would give cybersecurity professionals a legal defence for their activities under the Computer Misuse Act (CMA).…

Research: Preventative Approach Could Block 90% of Cyber-attacks

Despite growing awareness of the dangers of cyber-attacks, many organisations are loath to adopt a preventative approach – until they’re hit. New research has found that 90% of high-level managers…