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- Christmas revellers urged to be kind to Scots hospitality staff amid welfare concerns
Revellers are being urged to be kind and considerate to hospitality staff this Christmas amid concern for their welfare at their busiest time.
- Partner of SNP politician in affair claim called police over 'threats from relatives'
Police were called after the partner of an SNP politician at the centre of affair claims said her relatives turned up at his home making threats.
- Millionaire owner of Highland castle vows to take legal action against locals over luxury retreat plans
A millionaire property tycoon given a police warning after a row with locals has vowed to take legal action against anyone who opposes her bid to turn a Highland castle into a playground for the world’s rich.
- Parents of mum murdered by boyfriend back Sunday Mail campaign on domestic abusers' bail
The parents of a young mum who was murdered by her boyfriend are supporting a new Sunday Mail campaign to stop domestic abusers being granted bail to their partner’s home.
- Under-fire Michael Matheson in fresh scandal after breaking own government's law on short-term lets
Disgraced Health Minister Over 60% of Scots say embattled Michael Matheson should quit over £11,000 iPad scandal broke his own government’s law on short-term lets over his luxury holiday home, we can reveal. The SNP MSP ignored Scottish Government legislation around holiday rentals when he failed to declare his licence and energy rating on adverts for the rural cottage on Skye.
- Isle of Man detectives take over alleged Michelle Mone blackmail plot
Detectives on the Isle of Man have taken over a probe into an alleged blackmail plot against Scots tycoon Douglas Barrowman and his wife, Tory peer Michelle Mone.
- Bill to 'decarbonise' Scots Procurator Fiscal office by fitting heat pumps jumps to £3.5mil
The cost of an experimental Scottish Government funded scheme to “decarbonise” a small town office by fitting heat pumps will cost an eye-watering £3.5million.
- Boss at scandal-hit Glasgow health board held nine other top jobs while body faced major crises
The chairman of Scotland’s largest health board held nine other top jobs while the organisation faced one of its biggest crises in history. Critics have questioned how John Brown, chairman of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde NHSGGC until last week, was able to focus on the troubled health board while holding so many other senior positions.
- Scottish Government received positive legal advice in 2012 on indy powers referendum
The Scottish Government received legal advice in 2012 that it would be lawful to draw up legislation for a referendum on independence powers, the Sunday Mail understands. Alex Salmond has written to the head of the civil service asking if he can reveal details of the guidance.
- Two people 'rushed' to hospital after explosion at Scots home
Two people have reportedly been rushed to hospital after an explosion took place at a home in Edinburgh.
- Top Lanarkshire cop urges public to help end scourge of modern slavery
A senior Lanarkshire police officer is urging the public to help stamp out modern slavery by learning to spot the hidden signs of exploitation on our own doorsteps....
- Life of Gypsy Rose Blanchard whose mum convinced her she was dying
Gypsy Rose Blanchard is set to be released from prison after serving seven years for orchestrating the murder of her own mother....
- SNP coalition with Scottish Greens leaves them 'in office but not in power' claims Fergus Ewing
TheSNP’sFergus Ewing has claimed his party no longer cares or believes in people and businesses and is out of step with the majority of Scotland....
- 'I tried Easter chocolate bunnies from M&S, Lidl and Morrisons against Lindt and one was identical'
Easter is literally just a few days away, meaning we are all that one step closer to the second most chocolate-y holiday of the year - with Christmas being the first, of course....
- Driver who killed Perthshire teacher in tragic bike collision is jailed for two years
The devastated family of a popularPerthshireteacher killed after he was struck riding his bike say he “did everything he could to keep himself safe” - as a pensioner motorist was jailed....
- SNP fraud investigation cops looking at burner phone sim cards, luxury pens and fridge freezer
Burner phone-style sim cards are being sought by police as part of the SNPfraud investigation....
- Scots ex-foodbank worker ‘devastated’ by ‘dreadful’ unfair dismissal ordeal
A formerfoodbankworker who will be given £8000 in compensation after being unfairly dismissed says it’s been a “dreadful ordeal” which has “devastated” hermental health....
- Thomas Cashman assassination attempt foiled by Screwfix trip hours before schoolgirl's murder
Olivia Pratt-Korbel's killer Thomas Cashman had attempted toassassinate Joseph Nee just hours before his botched hit failed and heshot deadthe innocent nine-year-old schoolgirl instead. The convict was targeting Nee when little Olivia was struck and killed in her home on Kingsheath Avenue in...
- Former Lanarkshire Chief Superintendent remembered as 'absolute gentleman' following sad passing
Tributes have been paid to a retiredLanarkshirepolice officer who sadly died last week....
- Council bosses plan shake-up of Stirling's waste collection system in bid to save £500,000
Council bosses are to overhaul the waste collection system in a bid to save £500,000, including changes to bin workers’ shift patterns and introducing an online booking system for recycling centres....