Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish has withdrawn from the line-up of entrepreneurs on Dragons’ Den before appearing in a single episode.
BBC Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw has apologised after Orlando Bloom used the word “pikey” on his breakfast show.
Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid was interrupted on air when a cameraman smashed into the show’s studio set.
MasterChef contestant Fumbi Kolawole has been eliminated from the show after a disaster with ravioli and a disappointing apple crumble.
Rules that restrict gay men from donating blood are "outdated and discriminatory" and must be reformed, MSPs have heard.
One of Glasgow's most popular boutique hotels has announced the addition of a new restaurant.
Tried and Tested: Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser
David Davis has accused the SNP of promoting "civil conflict" in their quest for independence as he faced pressure over protecting workers after Brexit.
MY dad had a nickname for me when I was tiny. Straw Heid.
A dad is fighting for his life following a collapse at home after he lost an appeal against being sacked from Cadbury - for throwing SWEETS.
The trial of former Rangers owner Craig Whyte has been adjourned for the day as one of the jurors is ill.
A beach has reopened after an old grenade found by children was detonated by bomb disposal experts.
Sandwich chain Pret A Manger has served up a record set of full-year results, helped by sales of coconut porridge and vegetarian-only options.
Dominos is celebrating a new store opening in Glasgow by decking staff out in tartan kilts.
The murder of a 24-year-old who was stalked and had her neck slashed by her "psychopath" soldier ex-boyfriend is a "potent reminder" of why women reporting abuse must be taken seriously, a charity has said.
A WOMAN was given a formal police warning last week for stealing three packs of maximum strength diarrhoea tablets.
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Mhairi Black will say "only a vote for the SNP will protect local services and jobs" from cuts when she joins the campaign trail in her home town of Paisley later.
College lecturers are to go on strike on Thursday in a long-running dispute over pay and conditions.
Celtic have the next 10 days to plead their case with the English FA for the services of Patrick Roberts.
WHEN THEY picked up the overall prize at last year’s Streets Ahead Awards, Thorntree Primary were the first school to do so.
The Greens in Glasgow are looking to youth to carry the party forward and build on recent council successes.
UNIVERSITY staff in Glasgow will stage a protest today amid concerns over the ‘accountability’ of a new £10million campus.
It is ironic, I find myself thinking, that seconds after I speak to Ann Moulds, anti-stalking campaigner and former ET Scotswoman of the Year, a story pops up on my news feed about the brutal stalking and murder of Alice Ruggles.
READING about Kezia Dugdale calling on Tory MSPs to oppose ‘rape clause’ after reading a victim’s letter (Evening Times online April 25), it’s convenient that this rape victim comes forward just at the right time for Kezia.
A SCOTTISH boxing champion stepped out of the ring and back on to the building site after winning his latest title bout.
ACHOO! There is no sugar coating this guys and dolls this old Gumshoe had been feeling under the weather.
The Tories have a young team of candidates in the city hoping to get a foothold in the council and be part of a revival, boosted by the relative success of last year’s Holyrood election.
Synth-rockers Future Islands aren’t out to make a political statement with their work – but they do think they can make the world a better place.
As large proportions of the population of Aberdeen and Auld Reekie descended on our neighbourhood’s cafes and bars to see the Dons take on the Hibees on Scottish Cup semi-final weekend, we judiciously decided to get out of town. Sprinting to the car,…
I’m close to losing count of the amount of times Norway has caused me public embarrassment.
A SCHOOL which is set to be demolished has embarked on a project with a world renowned photographer to capture the memories of its pupils.
A CHILD was rushed to hospital during a family holiday after suffering a bleed on his brain due to errors in his care in Glasgow, an inquiry found.
THE anti-stalking charity set up by a former Evening Times Scotswoman of the Year has announced Dame Elish Angiolini as its honorary patron.
A UNION chief has accused global drinks giant Diageo of threatening workers as over 30 jobs in Glasgow are under threat.
THE DWP is to delay announcing a decision on closing Jobcentres in Glasgow until after the General election attempting to hide behind campaign rules.
STUNNING murals have been unveiled at East Kilbride shopping centre.
AN OAP conman was caught stealing money from a vulnerable pensioner by pretending to carry out work in her house.
McNIVEN In loving memory of our dear mother MARY (MAY), died 27th April, 1993. We miss the laughter, your caring touch, the joyful times you brought us all. Always in our thoughts. Your loving family.
FARREN MARY (ILA). Suddenly but peacefully, at Greenfield Park Care Home, on Thursday, 20th April, 2017. Mary (nee Crowe), beloved wife of the late Edward, much loved mum of Gerard, beloved aunt and friend to many. Reception and vigil at St Mungo's R.C.…
SHEK STEPHEN AH-HEI. Passed peacefully, at The Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, on Saturday, 22nd April 2017. Stephen Ah-Hei, beloved husband of Eleanor, dear father of Gary, Stephen and Belinda, much loved grandfather and a dear friend to many.…
SHERAN AMY (nee THOMSON), passed away peacefully, on Saturday evening, 22nd April, 2017. Beloved mother, gran and great-gran. Funeral service at Glasgow Crematorium, Maryhill, on Tuesday, 2nd May at 2.30pm.
FLANAGAN In loving memory of my dear son BRIAN, died 27th April, 2016. My first sad year is over, Without you by my side, Many times I've needed you, Many times I've cried, I did not know that morning, What pain the day would bring, When a special heart…
GRAY MARY. On 22nd April 2017, Maisie (nee Orr), much loved wife of the late Charlie, loving Mum of Charles and Janet and a devoted gran to her family. Funeral service, to which all friends are respectfully invited, at Woodside Crematorium, Paisley on…
McCALL JOHN McALPINE WARDROPE. Passed away at Glasgow Royal Infirmary, on 23rd April, 2017. Beloved husband of the late Alinda and much loved father of Irene and John, adored papa of Alec and Lucy. Funeral service will take place on Tuesday, 2nd May at…
SPROULL JACQUELINE (nee LESLIE). Peacefully on 23rd April 2017, at home. Jacqueline, a much loved wife of Colin, beloved mum of Ashley and Ryan, devoted nana to Millie and Brian, a loving sister and aunt of the family. Funeral service at Glasgow…
BEVAN EVELYN. Peacefully, at St Margaret of Scotland Hospice, on Monday, 24th April 2017. Evelyn, much loved mum of Alistair, Janice, Leslie, Gillian and Evelyn and a dearly loved granny and sister. Funeral service will be held at Glasgow Crematorium…