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Vietnam veteran’s St Andrews legacy – ‘Trust me, I’m never going to be in the hall of fame for golf!’
In an exclusive interview, a double amputee Vietnam War veteran, who was this week inducted into the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame, tells MICHAEL ALEXANDER how special golfing trips to St Andrews have the potential to save wounded soldiers’ lives.
Pauline Cafferkey, the nurse who contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone, has been released from isolation after being treated for meningitis caused by the deadly virus.
Syrian student in St Andrews – ‘British bombs must not reinforce IS narratives that this is another crusade against Muslims’
A St Andrews University student whose family was forced to flee the “two evils” of Syrian government barrel bombs and so-called Islamic State (IS) beheadings has warned that British air strikes must avoid civilian casualties or risk recruiting a new generation of terrorists.
US man admits endangering life of fellow St Andrews University student by spiking drink with methanol
An American citizen left a fellow St Andrews University student temporarily blind and in hospital after poisoning his drink with a solvent used in paint and anti-freeze, a court has heard.
It has long been one of the most expensive towns in Scotland to buy property.
One of Scotland’s top crime writers has herself become a victim of crime after her house was burgled and her car stolen.
With a sound like a thunderclap, the time machine appeared out of nowhere and squealed to a stop in the McFly driveway.
A St Andrews University geography graduate who has travelled 11,000 miles to help run the most southerly post office in the world has celebrated the festive period by having a second swim in her bikini in the freezing Antarctic waters.