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Nasa delays mission to sun due to last-minute technical problem

A last-minute technical problem has delayed Nasa’s unprecedented flight to the sun. The launch countdown was halted with just one-minute, 55 seconds remaining, keeping the Delta IV (four) rocket at Cape Canaveral, Florida, with the Parker Solar Probe. This followed earlier trouble in the countdown. Nasa says it will try again on Sunday. Once on its way, the Parker probe […]

Trans councillor quits role after ‘vicious string of abuse’

Scotland’s only openly-trans councillor is quitting frontline politics after a “vicious and sustained string of abuse”. Dundee councillor Gregor Murray said the decision was made for the good of the city’s SNP-led administration and their mental wellbeing. In a letter to leader of the local authority John Alexander – which was posted on social media – they explained why they […]

Bus contracts row leaves Midlothian schoolchildren in ‘limbo’

Thousands of Midlothian children are in limbo with school bus contracts still to be confirmed nine days before the new term starts. A coach firm is taking the council to court after missing out on the last round of £6m deals, so holding up the whole process. Education chiefs have assured buses will be laid on from first day back […]

Tories say Nicola Sturgeon ‘is the NHS’s Dr Richard Beeching’

Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of being the “Beeching of the NHS” for presiding over cuts to rural health services. The comparison between the First Minister and Dr Richard Beeching, who axed railways in the 1960s, was made by Shadow Health Secretary Miles Briggs ahead of a visit to Orkney. Mr Briggs blamed the Scottish Government for a series of NHS cuts […]

Ryanair pilots strike over pay and conditions as 396 flights cancelled

Hundreds of Ryanair flights did not take off as planned yesterday due to a series of pilot strikes in five countries. Staff in Ireland, Germany, Sweden, Belgium and the Netherlands staged a 24-hour walkout over pay and conditions. The airline said 396 flights have been cancelled as a result, forcing passengers who planned to travel yesterday to rebook or take […]

Fife driving instructor convicted after 14 girls are sexually abused

A driving instructor has been found guilty of sexually abusing 14 female students while they were in his car. Neil Addison, 55, carried out the attacks on young women in the Fife area over a period of more than three years. Several of his victims described how Addison, of Cupar, had initially been friendly but started groping them a few […]

Arctic convoy museum to receive £72.8k to build exhibition centre

A museum dedicated to the Arctic convoys of the Second World War is among the recipients of a £1.9 million award from the Scottish Land Fund. The Russian Arctic Convoy Project will receive £72,820 towards the purchase of a former butcher shop and accompanying land in Aultbea in the Highlands to build an exhibition centre. The Scottish Government fund offers […]