Just Eat reveal top 10 highest rated takeaways in Glasgow

One of the UK’s top online food delivery companies has revealed their top 10 highest rated takeaways in Glasgow.

Glasgow & Strathclyde

In Pictures: ‘Power grab’ protesters encricle Scottish Parliament

Thousands of protesters encircled the Scottish Parliament with a living chain of hands as a symbolic gesture of protection against a “Westminster power grab”.

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Independent retailers have been asked not to sell energy drinks to children

Independent Scots stores told not to sell energy drinks to kids

Independent retailers in Scotland are being urged to stop selling energy drinks to children.

Irvine Welsh PIC: Neil Hanna Photography

Book review: Dead Men’s Trousers, by Irvine Welsh

This, apparently, is the last novel Irvine Welsh will write with the cast of his breakout debut Trainspotting. Thank goodness for that, though I doubt it. Welsh has squandered his original vision with a series of increasingly wretched spin-offs – the sequel Porno, the prequel Skagboys, the yet-again-sequel The Blade Artist. Having reached the bottom of the barrel, he now seems intent on tunnelling to Australia.


The Scotsman’s Market Conference: Facebook’s trade-off between convenience and trust

Facebook’s 2014 breach was a topic of conversation at The Scotsman’s Markets 2018 conference, ‘Home or Overseas: Where to from here?’

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May (L) greets European Council President Donald Tusk. Picture: Daniel Leal

EU ambassador to Moscow recalled over Russian nerve agent attack

European Union leaders have promised an “unprecedented” diplomatic response to the Salisbury nerve agent attack after backing Theresa May’s assertion that Russia was to blame.

According to local legend Finnich Glen was once visited by the Devil. Fear not though today the steep-sided glen is merely the perfect destination for a spring walk.

6 walks to try in Scotland this spring

As the winter's snow slowly, but surely, makes its retreat up to the tops of the country's highest peaks, wildflowers have started to introduce flashes of colour to the Scottish landscape. Enjoy the country's new lease of life with one of these fine spring walks.
Csaba Laszlo, left, is hoping Bilel Mohsni can shore up his defence. Picture: SNS Group

Csaba Laszlo: Bilel Mohsni can be a ‘bad boy’ if he shores up defence

Dundee United manager Csaba Laszlo has told Bilel Mohsni he can stay a “bad boy” as long as he shores up his leaky defence.

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Dunedin, Otago, was developed by Scots who first landed in March 1848. PIC: Creative Commons.

New Zealanders get a lie-in to mark first Scottish settlers

On Monday, thousands of workers in New Zealand will enjoy a day off work in honour of the first shipful of Scots settlers who arrived on South Island 170 years ago

Lords are demanding a rethink on awarding the contract for the new blue British passports to a Franco-Dutch firm

Lords urge rethink on giving UK passport contract to French firm

National pride should force a Government rethink over its decision to choose a Franco-Dutch firm to make post-Brexit blue British passports, peers have heard.

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The three Forth bridges at sunset. Picture: Jane Barlow/PA

Battle of the bridges: But which Forth bridge is best?

It’s a question that residents in North Queensferry enjoy debating on social media or in the pub. Of the three Forth bridges that dominate the local landscape, which is the best?

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Parsons Green Tube bomber Ahmed Hassan has been handed a life sentence of at least 34 years for the Parsons Green Tube bomb attack. Picture: PA

Parsons Green Tube bomber jailed for life

A “ruthless” teenage asylum seeker has been jailed for at least 34 years for planting the Parsons Green Tube bomb that injured 51 passengers.

Jobs in store at expanded Aldi Scots hub

Jobs in store at expanded Aldi Scots hub

Supermarket operator Aldi has secured planning permission for a £25 million expansion to its distribution centre in West Lothian in a move that will create as many as 200 jobs.

Ant McPartlin leaves a house in west London after he was interviewed by police. Suzuki have axed their advertising deal with the ITV presenter and fellow host Declan Donnelly. Picture:: PA

Suzuki axes advertising deal with TV hosts Ant and Dec

Car company Suzuki has axed its advertising deal with Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, just two days after McPartlin was charged with drink-driving.

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All ten of Prezzo's Scottish restaurants are at risk of closure

Three Scottish Prezzo restaurants to shut as chain axes jobs

Three Prezzo restaurants in Scotland’s two major cities will be closed as the chain announced hundreds of jobs would be axed under a restructuring plan.

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Justice Secretary Michael Matheson urges online vigilance

Scotland hit by rise in cyber sex crime

Scotland has experienced an increase in cyber sex crime with the majority of victims being children under the age of 16, a new Scottish Government report says.

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SNP candidate Joe Wallace won the Penicuik by-election

SNP now biggest party on Midlothian Council after by-election win

THE SNP have become the biggest party on Midlothian Council after claiming victory in a by-election last night.

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Family: Janet Christie’s Mum’s the word

Leave home? Why would you?

Smoke from the a fire on Sauchiehall Street fills the surrounding streets. Emergency services on the scene of a fire on Glasgow's Sauchiehall Street.

In pictures: Day of the Sauchiehall Street fire

Firefighters continue to battle a blaze that has broke out yesterday on Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow city centre.

Glasgow & Strathclyde
Pupils need to be given information about apprenticeships early on at secondary school, experts say.

‘Apprenticeships equal to university places’ says SNP MSP

Apprenticeships should be “sold” to pupils across Scotland as having the same value as university places, an MSP has said.

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