News archive from 29 January 2014

About ANOTHER boy: Hugh Grant 'has third secret love child with Swedish TV boss'

Actor Hugh Grant has become a father again for the third time, according to The Sun. The paper reports that a relationship with Swedish TV producer Anna Elisabet Eberstein, led to the birth of baby boy in September 2012. His arrival was just three...

 

Rita Ora dashes for flight in leather biker-style trousers and trainers as she leaves LA to continue...

She is taking on the role of Mia in the Fifty Shades of Grey movie, but Rita Ora looked very much herself when she jetted out of Los Angeles on Tuesday. Stepping out in an all black look, the singer looked cool and casual in her leather trousers as...

 

'I'm not planning a wedding anytime soon': Kate Hudson looks ravishing in faux fur before admitting she's...

42 View comments Kate Hudson has been engaged to Muse singer Matthew Bellamy for almost three years, but she still has yet to set a wedding date. During a Tuesday sit down with Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan on LIVE, the 34-year-old - who looked...

 

She's so '80s! January Jones is a blast from the past in pink shirt and denim jacket

She's used to wearing mod '60s outfits to play Betty Draper on TV's hit series Mad Men. But January Jones went for a slightly updated look on Tuesday. The 36-year-old channeled the '80s by wearing a buttoned-up pink shirt with a denim jacket that had...

 

'It's good to be bad': British villains Sir Ben Kingsley, Mark Strong and Tom Hiddleston star in new James...

2 View comments British actors Sir Ben Kingsley, Mark Strong and Tom Hiddleston have been picked as the stars of Jaguar’s first Super Bowl advert. The stars play up to their previous roles as villains in the James Bond style ad, which is set to debut...

 

Irina Shayk shows off her toned body BEFORE heading to the gym... after posting a picture of chicken...

She may be used to wearing a swimsuit when she poses for photos. But Irina Shayk looked just as stunning while dressed in her gym gear as she does with next to nothing on. The 28-year-old brunette took to her Instagram account to reveal the sexy shot...

 
Net result could be better fish stocks

Net result could be better fish stocks

Conservation is key to preserving game population, says Dr Adam Smith THE Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) believes in “conservation through wise use”; the incentive of a sustainably harvestable resource be it deer, grouse or trout as a way...

 
Common Agricultural Policy destroying environment

Common Agricultural Policy destroying environment

CAP cash should be linked to stewardship, says Dave Morris FOR a lapwing, the RSPB’s nature reserve at Vane Farm beside Loch Leven, near Kinross, is a pretty friendly location. There are many places to nest, to feed and to raise youngsters, in the...

 
Ill wind blowing for horticulture

Ill wind blowing for horticulture

Climatic extremes in Scotland are proving a real test for amateur and professional gardeners, says David Knott THE start of another new year, and national news coverage has alerted us once more to the devastation caused by severe weather conditions...

 
Calls for tax breaks as North Sea exploration stalls

Calls for tax breaks as North Sea exploration stalls

Oil industry experts have called for tax incentives on exploration activity after the number of wells drilled in the North Sea dropped by more than a quarter last year. A report by accountancy firm Deloitte, published today, shows that operators chose...

Scotsman, 00:09 in Business
 
Comment: Housebuilders are cresting new mini–wave

Comment: Housebuilders are cresting new mini–wave

HOUSEBUILDER Crest Nicholson's strong annual results testify further to the rude health the gritty industry is in after several years of rather more prosaic activity: essentially costcutting to protect margins in a bleak housing environment. Many of...

Scotsman, 00:09 in Business
 
Business Growth Fund invests £8.5m in ACS

Business Growth Fund invests £8.5m in ACS

A GLASGOW-based suit hire business that counts Austin Reed, Burton and Debenhams among its clients has secured £8.5 million in funding. ACS Clothing, which bills itself as “Europe’s largest independent supplier of formal hirewear”, will use the...

Scotsman, 00:09 in Business
 
1,000 more jobs to go at Lloyds

1,000 more jobs to go at Lloyds

Lloyds Banking Group is to axe more than 1,000 jobs, including some 200 in Scotland, in a move attacked as "unacceptable" by union leaders. The cuts are part of 15,000 job losses announced in June 2011 and are spread across the group’s...

Scotsman, 00:09 in Business
 
Farming: Miller’s stark warning on reform

Farming: Miller’s stark warning on reform

Without drastic alterations, the Scottish Government's proposals for implementing comman agricultural policy reforms could seriously undermine production in many sectors of the farming industry. That was the stark message from NFU Scotland in advance...

Scotsman, 00:09 in Business
 
Ikea sees sales build up in Europe as profit jumps

Ikea sees sales build up in Europe as profit jumps

Consumer spending is on the rebound, the head of Ikea said yesterday as the world's largest furniture retailer unveiled record profits. The iconic Swedish retailer was boosted by strong sales growth in China, Russia and the United States but company...

Scotsman, 00:09 in Business
 


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