9am news briefing
Several groups who are part of the The Camp for Climate Action protest descended on the RBS branches with weapons including superglue and stink bombs to cause disruption ahead of today's planned "day of action".
• POLICE want to speak to two men who may have seen a sex attack victim shortly before she was assaulted.
The 31-year-old woman was knocked unconscious during the attack in Stockbridge, which happened as she walked home between 9pm and 11pm on Friday.The woman, who raised the alarm after she regained consciousness, last remembers walking along Saunders Street at around 9pm on Friday.
She was later found by family members on the path under McKenzie Bridge but has no idea how she got there.
• A BLAZE has ripped through a kebab shop in Dalry following a fire in a deep fat fryer.
Fire crews were called to the Derya takeaway in Dalry Road just after 5pm yesterday evening.
Despite the scale of the fire, no-one was hurt or had to be evacuated, though neighbouring shops were affected by the flames and smoke.
• SEAN Connery almost missed out on the role of his life because decision makers thought they could "do better" in their quest for a James Bond star.
It was only when the producer's wife said the Fountainbridge-born star was "to die for", memos have revealed, that he secured the part.
A new biography about Sir Sean also tells how New York money men referred to him as "that truck driver" and told filmmakers to "keep trying" to find an better alternative.