The ongoing Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry (SCAI) that was set up to “investigate the nature and extent of abuse of children in care in Scotland” has turned its attention to allegations of abuse at a former residential home in Fife.
Vauxhall is reviving the scrappage scheme this month with a new offer to customers that guarantees £4,000 off a new car.
A Donald Trump baby blimp has taken to the skies as organisers expect thousands of people to line London’s streets to protest against the state visit of the US president.
Oil and gas giant Royal Dutch Shell has revealed plans to hand over 125 billion dollars (£98 billion) to shareholders over five years.
Wizz Air has reported soaring passenger numbers for May, as the discount operator opened new flight routes.
Dealing in the Woodford Equity Income Fund has been suspended in the “best interests” of investors in the fund.
Be it producing bespoke sports cars or providing vigour to otherwise ordinary passenger vehicles, the Germans have a well-established knack for producing incredible performance machines.
Output in Britain’s construction sector contracted in May, as Brexit uncertainty weighed on demand while job numbers fell at their fastest rate since November 2012.
Madam, – I read with interest the article on the decline of salmon in Scottish rivers and the impact on fishing tackle shops (“Fishing gear retailers hit by slump in salmon,” The Courier, May 27)
Zoe Kravitz has said she is “slowly learning” to believe that she is hired because of her talent and not her surname.