Police Officer Raises Concerns Over Ambulance Crew Safety in Edinburgh
A veteran police officer has raised alarms over potential challenges in responding to emergencies alongside paramedics due to increasing safety concerns at specific addresses across Scotland.
Charity calls for measures amidst Scotland's 'Youth Vaping Epidemic'
A fervent plea has emerged from the charity Ash Scotland, urging for aggressive actions to curb the escalating crisis of young people addicted to vaping.
Police Scotland Initiates Voluntary Redundancy Scheme Amid Budget Constraints
In a bid to alleviate financial strains, Police Scotland has introduced a voluntary redundancy program for its employees.
Edinburgh bids farewell to giant pandas
Edinburgh Zoo’s giant pandas, Yang Guang and Tian Tian, left the capital this morning (Monday 4 December) and were safely boarded on a flight to China after twelve years in Scotland.
Peregrine Falcon Found Dead in Illegal Trap near Edinburgh Outskirts
Authorities are appealing for information following the discovery of a deceased peregrine falcon ensnared in an illegal trap near a village on the outskirts of Edinburgh.
Edinburgh firm gets EU backing to build one of the biggest tidal farms
Nova, a marine renewables company, has secured EU funding for the development of a groundbreaking tidal energy farm off the coast of Orkney.
Edinburgh crane collapses onto building
Pedestrians and motorists are being advised to avoid an area in Edinburgh where part of a crane collapsed onto a building.
Scottish Tories Press for Timetable on Investigation into Health Secretary's £11,000 Roaming Bill
Pressure mounts on Holyrood to expedite the probe into Health Secretary Michael Matheson's near-£11,000 data roaming bill.