News archive from 14 July 2013

Sun shines on Duns Reiver’s Week

Sun shines on Duns Reiver’s Week

In a reversal of fortunes from the horrid weather of last year, the sun has been shining firmly on this year's Duns Summer Festival. A number of events had to be cancelled last year thanks to incessant heavy rain, so the sunshine which down on the...

 
Your picture of the week

Your picture of the week

This week's readers picture was taken during the recent spell of sunny weather that hit the east coast of Berwickshire. ‘News’ reader Jake Harrison of St Abbs caught the play of light on the water perfectly on Coldingham Sands. If you would like to...

 

England are facing a World Cup debacle... but are the Premier League bothered?

There are so many reasons to rejoice in this high summer of dazzling sport: Murray's Wimbledon, Froome's Tour, the conquering Lions and an astonishing Ashes Test. So many miracles, so many wonders that we resent being reminded that the winter game,...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

United have no plans for new Rooney contract with Chelsea and PSG eyeing bids

Manchester United have no plans to sit down with Wayne Rooney over a new contract and want to assess the striker's form and fitness before discussing his future. Chief executive Ed Woodward confirmed on the opening leg of their club's pre-season tour...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 
Diabetes transplant jab passes road test

Diabetes transplant jab passes road test

Thousands of Scots with

Scotsman, 00:02 in Health
 

She looks perfect - but a common cold could kill my model daughter

Designer Sassi Holford makes wedding dresses that are the stuff of fairy tales - she created Autumn Kelly's gown for her marriage to Princess Anne's son Peter Phillips. And her beautiful daughter Missie has the enviable job of modelling some of her...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Health
 
Dani Garavelli: The pills that kill

Dani Garavelli: The pills that kill

As fake ecstasy tablets claim more victims, are police warnings enough, or will festival ravers soon be able to have their drugs tested, asks Dani Garavelli Like many teenage girls, she poses for the camera with her head tilted back celebrity style,...

Scotsman, 00:02 in Health
 

Clarins beauty cream chemical ruined my face: After doctors issue allergy warning, dating agency boss...

A high-flying businesswoman may sue cosmetics firm Clarins after red sores broke out all over her face when she used its expensive beauty products. Karen Mooney, 52, discovered she had an allergy to methylisothiazolinone (MI), a preservative in the...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Health
 
Nottinghamshire youngsters take recycling message to the airwaves

Nottinghamshire youngsters take recycling message to the airwaves

Forty-nine schools from across Nottinghamshire have taken part in the free "Recycling Radio Commercial Competition' led by Veolia Environmental Services - Nottinghamshire County Council's waste contractors. The competition offered pupils an...

 

The sausage-skin implant that can reverse diabetes: How weight-loss surgery can tackle disease affecting...

It is often a last resort for those desperate to combat their obesity. Yet doctors are increasingly seeing weight-loss surgery as a way to fight the type 2 diabetes epidemic that has seen the number of British sufferers spiral to more than three...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Health
 
Warning to residents as heatwave continues in Nottinghamshire

Warning to residents as heatwave continues in Nottinghamshire

Nottinghamshire residents are being advised to take care during the heatwave this weekend. A Level 2 alert is currently place with temperatures nudging the 90F mark in the county today (Saturday). Localised thunderstorms have broken out in some areas...

 
Scottish independence ‘would transform Labour’

Scottish independence ‘would transform Labour’

AN INDEPENDENT Scotland would revitalise the Scottish Labour Party and enable some its brightest people to shine at Holyrood, the chief strategist of the Yes Scotland campaign claims today. Writing in Scotland on Sunday, Stephen Noon says that Labour...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Politics
 
Salmond ‘was unaware’ of 2011 Open men-only rule

Salmond ‘was unaware’ of 2011 Open men-only rule

SCOTLAND'S First Minister Alex Salmond, who will not attend this year's Open Championship in protest at Muirfield's men-only membership policy, today said he was not aware that Royal St George's had the same rules when he attended the 2011 Open...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Politics
 
Fears Scots gay couples will lose out on pensions

Fears Scots gay couples will lose out on pensions

GAY rights campaigners have called on the UK government to change the law to ensure same-sex couples in Scotland get the same pension rights as straight couples. The Equality Network, the Scottish lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT)...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Politics
 
Gerald Warner: MPs’ pay the start of the gravy train

Gerald Warner: MPs’ pay the start of the gravy train

"COLLECT £9,600, do not go directly to jail" - that is the latest card on the Parliamentary Monopoly board, offering additional largesse to MPs. The proposal by the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa) to increase MPs’...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Politics
 


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