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44 Scotland Street: Stuart has lunch

Leaving the office, Stuart was light-headed, almost to the point of feeling intoxicated. The full enormity of what he had done was yet to come home to him, but he knew that his life had changed – and changed irrevocably. Handing in his resignation to the

Scotsman, today, 00:04
 
This plus-size woman posts semi-NAKED pictures online to promote larger bodies

This plus-size woman posts semi-NAKED pictures online to promote larger bodies

The blogger, who refers to herself as a “plus size influencer”, on her account with almost 10,000 followers, posts the half naked images of herself online to help women embrace being larger. Jasmine Grimes, a 24-year-old from San Francisco, believes post

Daily Express, yesterday, 21:59
 

Music review: Eugene Kelly

“I usually have someone standing next to me for this one,” indicated Eugene Kelly; literally, his right arm raised almost as though it were around an invisible partner. Of course he’s talking about Frances McKee, his partner for three years in the late 1

Scotsman, yesterday, 19:36
 

Classical review: The RSNO and Thomas Søndergård

Thomas Søndergård exercises a magic touch with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. Of all its regular conductors – he is principal guest – he is the one who makes this orchestra really live, responding to his un-showy authority with tangible passion a

Scotsman, yesterday, 19:36
 

Scottish art treasures to go on display in China

Dozens of historic Scottish paintings, photographs and historic treasures have been sent more than 5,000 miles away to go on display in the heart of one of China’s leading cultural attractions. Images of Edinburgh Castle, Jedburgh Abbey, Linlithgow Palac

Scotsman, yesterday, 17:27
 
Mum explains why she won’t force her son to share his toys

Mum explains why she won’t force her son to share his toys

In a public post to Facebook, one mother has explained why she feels her son is not obligated to share his toys with other children. Alanya Kolberg had taken her son, Carlson, to the park, when he was approached by at least six boys. Carlson had taken a

Metro, yesterday, 17:22
 

Travel: Ardeonaig Hotel, Near Killin, Stirlingshire Do Not Disturb

Do Not Disturb Seldom can the title Do Not Disturb have been more appropriate. To get to the Ardeonaig Hotel, it is first necessary to reach Killin, a village of 666 souls which is in Stirlingshire but feels more like the heart of the Highlands. From the

Scotsman, yesterday, 17:17
 

Renowned artist John Byrne unveils new artwork in Aberdeen

JOHN Byrne has revealed a striking new limited edition print to support the fundraising campaign for the redevelopment of Aberdeen Art Gallery. The special print has been produced thanks to the generosity of Peacock Visual Arts (PVA) printmaking studio i

Scotsman, yesterday, 17:17
 

Travel: Washington state

The deep red sunrise across Long Beach Peninsula turned the pale wet sand a fierce red as I scanned it for the tell-tale dimples of razor clams. It was a cool April morning when I made my way from Adrift Hotel down to the 28-mile stretch of pristine sand

Scotsman, yesterday, 17:06
 
Headucation UK has launched a petition to make mental health education compulsory in all UK schools

Headucation UK has launched a petition to make mental health education compulsory in all UK schools

Mental health is something we all have to deal with throughout our lives. That’s whether we come up against mental illness, have to cope with grief, or even just need to get through work-related stress. We all have mental health. It’s something we all ha

Metro, yesterday, 16:39
 
Apparently loads of us are lying about having read any of the James Bond books

Apparently loads of us are lying about having read any of the James Bond books

We’ve all lied about reading something or other. It might have been at school when you had to try and wade through Howards End. It might have been at university when you were supposed to digest Locke’s An Essay Concerning Human Understanding. Or it could

Metro, yesterday, 16:28
 
Oscar de la Renta has made a Carrie Bradshaw wedding dress and we need it

Oscar de la Renta has made a Carrie Bradshaw wedding dress and we need it

All of our wedding dress dreams have come true.  Spare a thought for those of us who are getting married this summer and have already bought a dress… Oscar de la Renta, who as any good SATC fan will know, designed some of the show’s dreamiest looks, has

Metro, yesterday, 16:11
 
Parents recreate Blockbuster for son with autism after local store closes

Parents recreate Blockbuster for son with autism after local store closes

While Blockbusters are now pretty much extinct across the world, there are still a few scattered around. Though we don’t know his location, Twitter user Javi still had a local Blockbuster – up until 23 April, that is. Javi’s local Blockbuster finally shu

Metro, yesterday, 16:03
 
Why you shouldn’t keep your face masks on all day

Why you shouldn’t keep your face masks on all day

This week, Helena Christensen told Hello! that the secret to her excellent skin is wearing face masks ‘all day’. ‘I love masks,’ said Helena. ‘I will wear them all day, go from one to another and let them hydrate my skin if I am at home working, but espe

Metro, yesterday, 16:03
 

New walking trail gives stunning views of Peebles valleys

FOREST Enterprise Scotland has opened up a new section of a popular walking trail that now boasts amazing 360 degree views of the Tweed and Cademuir valleys. An additional 2km of new trail has been added to the popular Pilots’ Trail at Cademuir Forest, n

Scotsman, yesterday, 15:17
 


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