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Europe · London
Queen 'to miss new event at Balmoral in latest health concern'
The Queen had been due to attend the ceremony in Scotland today but it was cancelled and replaced with a private event. Buckingham Palace said the new private ceremony was in line with adapting Her Majesty's schedule for her comfort. The Queen has recently been forced to miss other events including a Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral and the Epsom Derby.See the Story
Coverage: 8 sources
Nicola Sturgeon urges Boris Johnson to bring forward emergency meeting on cost of living crisis
Nicola Sturgeon wrote to Boris Johnson urging a September meeting be brought forward due to a deteriorating situation. The Scottish Government Resilience Room will convene this week to discuss what steps can be taken to urgently ease the burden on households across Scotland. Ms Sturgeon said: “Many people across the UK simply cannot afford to wait until September for further action to be taken.”See the Story
50% Left coverage: 6 sources
Church organist, 89, honoured in surprise presentation by Prince of Wales
Mary Edmondson began playing the organ at the age of 14. She has played the instrument in various churches across the past seven and a half decades. Charles, known as the Duke of Rothsay in Scotland, was staying at the Castle of Mey near John O'Groats. He attends Canisbay Parish Church when he is staying there.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 2 sources
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International Cat Day: SnapJAX users show off adorable feline friends
National Geographic says domestic cats, which can weigh 5-20 pounds, are all members of one species despite varieties in size, shape, color and behavior. Cats may have been human companions as early as 4,000 years ago in Africa. St. Paul Pet hospital says cats nose prints are unique, just like human fingerprints.See the Story
Coverage: 4 sources
Shell · North Sea
Medics on Shell North Sea platforms to be balloted on strike action
More than a dozen workers employed by United Healthcare Global Medical (UK) will be asked whether they support downing tools. The ballot will open on August 11 and close on September 8. If approved, strikes are expected to begin towards the end of next month. Medics are employed on a number of Shell assets in the North Sea.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Rory McIlroy confirms participation in Alfred Dunhill Links
Rory McIlroy will return to the scene of his Open heartbreak next month. The World No 3 will play in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at St Andrews. He will play with his Dad Gerry in the Individual and Team Championship for the first time since 2019.See the Story
Inverness' Greg Lobban and Rory Stewart write a piece of history for Scottish squash with Commonwealth Games bronze medal
Scotland's Greg Lobban and Rory Stewart claim first squash medals since 1998. Scottish duo beat Malaysia's Chee Wern Yuen and Eoin Yow Ng in men's doubles semi-final. Lobban: ‘We’ve batted above our weight for the last four Commonwealth Games.’See the Story
Louise Duncan nearly the finished article as a contender at the top level, believes Dean Robertson
Louise Duncan finished T19 at the AIG Women's Open at Muirfield. The 22-year-old won nearly £70,000, her first professional cheque. Caddie Dean Robertson was hugely impressed with the young Scot. Robertson: ‘I’m super proud of Louise. The talent is all there’See the Story
Games and Thrones: Monday's News in Pictures
From day 11 at the 2022 Commonwealth Games to the launch of a new Game of Thrones series, our picture editors bring you the best images from the news today.See the Story
TEE TO GREEN, STEVE SCOTT: The shame's on us if the AIG Women's Open doesn't get the crowds it deserves
The 33,303 official total for the week of the AIG Women's Open at Muirfield was half that of the men's Scottish at Renaissance at the start of the month. It was obviously nowhere near the legions of nearly 300,000 for the men’s version at St Andrews, even if that was a reasonable comparison to make. The figure was, unquestionably, disappointing.See the Story
Inverness Little Trooper Arran, 10, awarded medal for coping with pressure of forces family life
Arran Dawson has been named ‘Little Trooper of the Month’ for being resilient and coping with some of the unique challenges that military life can bring. The charity Little Troopers gave him the award after he moved to Inverness in May and started a new school, just weeks after his grandmother unexpectedly died.See the Story