News archive from 25 May 2013

SIR MICHAEL STOUTE HAS WEEK TO FORGET WITH TELESCOPE INJURY

SIR MICHAEL STOUTE HAS WEEK TO FORGET WITH TELESCOPE INJURY

SIR MICHAEL STOUTE has had a week to forget with Telescope taken out of the Derby after a longer saga than the Forsythe one. But the Newmarket handler can land the 32Red.com Sprint Handicap run over five furlongs at York on a very busy Saturday. DUKE...

Daily Star, 00:06 in Sport
 
ED DUNLOP: BRITS LACK DERBY TALENT

ED DUNLOP: BRITS LACK DERBY TALENT

WHEN it comes to next week's Investec Derby, Britain has not got the talent any more – that is the verdict of Newmarket trainer Ed Dunlop. After his Royal Ascot hope Contributer had been turned over in a disappointing match for Goodwood's £40,000...

Daily Star, 00:06 in Sport
 
JOHNNY MURTAGH HOPING FOR DREAM START WITH FORT KNOX

JOHNNY MURTAGH HOPING FOR DREAM START WITH FORT KNOX

JOHNNY MURTAGH, recently licensed to train as well as ride, is hoping for a dream start when Fort Knox runs in today's Tattersalls Irish 2,000 Guineas at the Curragh. He will partner the Sheikh Mohammed-owned colt in the Classic and he will also be...

Daily Star, 00:06 in Sport
 
TWO WEEKS TILL WE FIND OUT WHETHER DAWN APPROACH CAN WIN THE DERBY

TWO WEEKS TILL WE FIND OUT WHETHER DAWN APPROACH CAN WIN THE DERBY

WE are just over a fortnight away from seeing whether Dawn Approach can add the Derby to his 2,000 Guineas triumph. The wheels on the 2013 Flat season are now turning at full speed but before we get to Epsom there's a shedload of high-quality racing...

Daily Star, 00:06 in Sport
 
SOVIET MILITARY ONE OF THE BETS OF THE NIGHT AT CRAYFORD

SOVIET MILITARY ONE OF THE BETS OF THE NIGHT AT CRAYFORD

SOVIET MILITARY (9.24) is a useful timber-topper on his day and rates the bet of the night in Crayford's 540m hurdle. A recent 23.74 sec trial over 380m should have put the trap five runner spot-on for this six-bend test and if our nap selection goes...

Daily Star, 00:06 in Sport
 

Man charged over Facebook comments

A 22-year-old man has been charged on suspicion of making malicious comments on Facebook following the murder of British soldier Lee Rigby. Benjamin Flatters, of Lincoln, was arrested after complaints were made to Lincolnshire Police about comments...

 

Family tribute amid soldier probe

The family of murdered soldier Lee Rigby have paid tribute to him as detectives continued a rapidly developing investigation into his barbaric killing. Relatives of Drummer Rigby, 25, described their pride in the young father, who was brutally hacked...

 
Kim Hartley: Professional teams key for healthcare

Kim Hartley: Professional teams key for healthcare

SPEECH and language therapists (SLTs), play a vital role in meeting the growing needs of Scotland's ageing adult population. Providing diagnosis, therapy and support for a wide range of speech, language and communication needs as well as eating,...

Scotsman, 00:08 in Health
 
Lori Anderson: Cook your way towards a healthy life

Lori Anderson: Cook your way towards a healthy life

I WAS raised on a diet of tinned everything; I was born of the loins of a mother for whom the domestic arts were as arcane as Kant's Critique of Pure Reason. Tinned peaches with Carnation milk, Smash and wee beans and sausages, Smash with Dairylea...

Scotsman, 00:08 in Health
 
GPs offered £560 to cover A&E nightshift

GPs offered £560 to cover A&E nightshift

HEALTH bosses are appealing to GPs to ride to their rescue and help avert a downgrade in accident and emergency 
services in the region. Emergency departments across the Lothians are facing a growing staffing crisis, with falling trainee...

Scotsman, 00:08 in Health
 
Raised by dissent: Forging the Industrial Revolution

Raised by dissent: Forging the Industrial Revolution

The roots of everything lie much further in the past than we think. That rule, together with the Universal Law of Unintended Consequences, helps to explain why the Industrial Revolution, the most important episode in modern human history, was...

 

Readers’ pictures of the week: 17-24 May

A SELECTION of pictures submitted by our readers in the past week to The Scotsman picture desk. • Douglas Hood’s photograph of Liathach and Beinn Eighe was taken from a rowing boat in the middle of Loch Clair • Sylvia Beaumont took this photograph of...

 
Interview: Ruthie Henshall’s show must go on

Interview: Ruthie Henshall’s show must go on

She's been an all singing, all dancing musical theatre star for 27 years, but Ruthie Henshall has always spoken honestly about the tough times. The key, she says, is finding a balance Ruthie Henshall goes out to the front of the theatre after every...

 
Restaurant review: Angel’s Share, Edinburgh

Restaurant review: Angel’s Share, Edinburgh

You've sugar-soaped the walls, slicked your living room in Farrow & Ball's Pigeon, put three coats on the ceiling by balancing on high-heels, two copies of the Yellow Pages and a chair, then brushed 24ct gold leaf on to your cornice. Angel’s...

 
It’s all fright now at The Edinburgh Dungeon

It’s all fright now at The Edinburgh Dungeon

Heart-stopping moments and a spot of gore are guaranteed on a visit to The Edinburgh Dungeon I’m a big scaredy cat. If anything is spooky or frightening on the TV, then I’ll be the one hiding behind the sofa. My eldest daughter Eve, (ten) has been...

 


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