By Daniel Wray Of Physio Effect
The new showroom, nearby Murrayfield Stadium, will sell the likes of Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Porches, as well as housing a new Rolls Royce outlet.
She was trapped in a car which was involved in an accident on Happy Valley Road in Blackburn, West Lothian, at about 1.10am on Saturday morning.
Day two of the 2016 William Hill Gold Cup Festival is traditionally known as Ladies Day and frmale racegoers turned out in their droves wearing their fashionable best at Ayr racecourse on Friday.
STEVEN MacLEAN, the St Johnstone striker, has accused Aberdeen’s players of lacking respect, being bad winners and over celebrating after Thursday night’s Betfred League Cup quarter-final.
JAMIESON Phoebe (nee Wilson) Peacefully at St Margaret’s Hospice, in attendance by her daughters, on 16th September 2016. Beloved wife of the late Ian, beautiful mother of Karen and Audrey, smiling Gran of Sarah and Kirsty, and wonderful…
MORTON — ALEXANDER. Peacefully, at the Biggart Hospital, on Thursday, 15th September 2016, Alex Morton, aged 84 years. Beloved husband of Irene, father of Alastair, Patrick, Jill and Shireen and a loving grandfather to his seven grandchildren.…
WALKER — BRIAN CONNELL (of Blairgowrie and formerly of Eaglesham). Died suddenly, at home, on Tuesday, 20th September, 2016, dearly loved husband of Ronalie, much loved brother of Rosemary, Alison, Ruth and Colin and a dear brother-in-law and…
HUNTER — For CECILE, died 24th September, 2004. Remembered with love and affection, today and every day. A true friend. - From Archie and family.
SUTHERLAND Jimmy (Alford, Aberdeenshire/Glasgow) The family of the late Jimmy, sincerely thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for the kind expressions of sympathy received personally and by way of cards at this sad time. Sincere thanks to Dr…
WHILE some mourn the end of summer, I have always rejoiced in the arrival of autumn. With the changing of the seasons and falling leaves, there is a frisson of excitement in the air.
In a long, dark room with a claustrophobically low ceiling there is just about enough light to make out the bullet holes in the distant wall.
Leven Car Company
IT doesn't look like much, but this is an example of Glasgow's ever changing street scene. This is The Ritz Bar at North Street in 1960 after it had a refit inside to attract more lady customers. Outside there was a wall of grey marble bricks with a…
A leading charity has called for improvements in the care of dementia sufferers following concerns on the impact a growing elderly population is having on Police Scotland.
Keeping On Keeping On
IT’S a little over six months since the death of composer Sir Peter Maxwell Davies. Don’t worry, this is not an in memoriam column but suddenly Max, as he was universally known, is bang up-to-the-minute topical, for a number of reasons. A new CD…
The Face on the Cutting-Room Floor
THERE is a new photograph of The Pixies, in which they're flanked by a baying wolf. You wonder whether the creature is fearful, or fiercely protective, of the band. Perhaps it represents their spirit animal: a symbol of feral cravings and instincts.…
LET'S get to the point. How do you impress Samuel L Jackson? You show him you know how to use a blade. "We were in a circus in Blackpool and there were these knives," Finlay Macmillan is telling me on a bright August afternoon in Glasgow. "And I was…
Sarah Urwin Jones
GARDENERS will sympathise with this charming trifle from the pen of New England’s Robert Frost. The spelling is in his original American English. Malice prepense means premeditated malice!
THERESA Breslin’s new novel is a tale of teenage cage fighters living in London’s subterranean tunnels. At first sight it appears to be another slice of the dystopia that has dominated fiction for teens and young adults in recent times. In Caged…
SCOTLAND’S schools’ quango should be split up to prevent a repeat of the red tape crisis which has engulfed teachers, an MSP has warned.
As the days shorten and appetites turn to rustic comfort food, this week's recipe should feature prominently in your repertoire. The sweet and sour elements of the stew – onion, mustard, stock – call for a beer with a strong bitter flavour, and…
THE Scottish Government has announced that significant changes to Scotland's system of recording cattle movements are to be introduced at the end of the year when the CTS (Cattle Tracing System) linked holding rules (CTS Links) will end.
Catriona Grainger, midwife
CASHMERE maker Johnstons of Elgin has seen a big leap in profits in its last financial year after it sold
J&J DENHOLM, the seafood to sea freight firm, has seen its profits fall in a year which saw its shipping division book an exceptional charge of £10.2 million.
A greenhouse is an all-year-round winner in any garden. It gives you early sugar peas, juicy tomatoes and delicious winter greens and herbs. Whatever you do, don’t close up the greenhouse after clearing away your summer crops.
I AM not admitting it’s a sign of old age but when the hipsters, the hapsters, the bloggers and the blaggers pile out the taxis into the late-night pleasures of downtown Turin I’ll hang back and say: “Er, ah … Just take me to the hotel.”
FRESH news on Buttongate, the great Holyrood flap about Kezia Dugdale failing to vote on Thursday and letting the SNP avoid defeat on council tax reform by a margin of one. MSPs usually avert such bungles by checking each other’s button pressing.…
HANDS up all those who welcome the onset of autumn and winter with the same relish a turkey welcomes Christmas. Is that you? Your husband or wife? Your folks? The inky black suffocating the light, growth ceding to decay as the inescapable cycle of…
Autumn is one of the busiest times of the year for motor insurance renewals, and with average premium rises massively outstripping inflation, the savings for those who shop around can run to hundreds of pounds.
BANKS and building societies may have been quick to pass on the fall in the Bank of England’s base rate to savers, but credit card customers have not been so lucky.
A seal commissioned by Robert the Bruce could be saved for the nation by a buyer ready to pay the asking price of £151,250.
SCOTLAND'S arts, culture and creative industries, companies and artists are not unfamiliar with being surveyed, assessed, consulted, and strategised. But perhaps they not been questioned quite as thoroughly as this.
JW Filshill has seen profits and turnover fall amid falling tobacco sales and price deflation across a range of product lines. The Glasgow wholesaler, which supplies the Keystore chain of convenience, has booked profits of £900,000 in the year ended…
Aberdeenshire-born bassist Lewis Benzies plays three gigs in October with his band in support of his recently released album, Mosaic.
What is it?
The search for income has rarely been more challenging. Many retired investors depend on their savings for income, with many more requiring their savings to work harder for them to build a deposit for a mortgage or provide for a satisfactory pension.
IT is perhaps apt that I was standing in the Plaza De Colon when I heard the Joey Barton Mushroom Cloud would be dealt with internally.
BRENDAN Rodgers is hoping Celtic fare better against Kilmarnock this afternoon than the last time he came up against a team that their manager Lee Clark was involved with.
THEY are wonderful opening lines to a friendship that began on the threshold of greatness and lasted a lifetime.
FOR three years, consistency of selection has been one of the hallmarks of Alan Solomons as the Edinburgh head coach. That all changes this weekend against Munster when he makes seven changes in personnel plus one positional switch from the team that…