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Europe · Glasgow

Scotland confirms first case of monkeypox

40% Left coverage: 40 sources
Health officials are monitoring several people who were on a flight with someone who was confirmed to have monkeypox in the United Kingdom. The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control said the contacts do not have symptoms. The monitoring will be done Wednesday. There have been no confirmed cases ofmonkeypox in South Carolina at this time.See the Story
Europe · Edinburgh

Church of Scotland gives go-ahead for ministers to conduct same-sex marriages

55% Left coverage: 11 sources
The Church of Scotland has voted to allow clergy to conduct same-sex marriages for the first time. Members of the General Assembly in Edinburgh voted to change church law following years of campaigning.See the Story
Europe · North Lanarkshire

Krishna Singh: GP jailed for 12 years for sexually abusing patients

57% Left coverage: 7 sources
Krishna Singh, 72, was given an MBE by the Queen for services to healthcare. The disgraced medic targeted victims from 1983 until 2018. A jury last month found Singh guilty of 54 charges, including preying on the rape victim, teenage children and pregnant women. He denied any wrongdoing and insisted the patients were wrong.See the Story
Europe · Fife

Officer used 'deadly or lethal force' believing Sheku Bayoh had killed his colleague

Coverage: 2 sources
Pc Ashley Tomlinson said he used the highest level of police force. He believed Bayoh had killed his colleague, Pc Nicole Short. Bayoh died in custody after police received multiple 999 calls about a man armed with knife in Kirkcaldy, Fife.See the Story
ScotRail · Scotland

Train drivers offered improved pay deal in bid to end ScotRail crisis

Coverage: 2 sources
ScotRail, nationalised in April, cut more than 700 services across the country on Monday. Drivers have refused to work overtime and on rest days because of an unresolved pay dispute. Drivers union Aslef said it will consult its members after a day of negotiations ended with a 4.2 per cent offer and a package of improved conditions.See the Story
Scotland, United Kingdom · Scotland

Council leader denies 'dodgy deals with Tories' after assuming top job

Cammy Day says there will be "no dodgy deals with the Conservatives" during his premiership. He faced a backlash and dissent from two Labour members following a decision to offer two committee posts to the Conservatives. Councillors voted 34 to 29 in favour of Labour taking control of the council on Thursday.See the Story
Largs · Largs

Popular Toddle Waddle makes its Largs return for RNLI

The Largs RNLI is hosting a Toddle Waddle on Friday May 27. The fun fact search costs £1 per child to join and all funds raised will go to support the work of the lifeboat. Registration takes place from 10.15am, with the event starting 15 minutes later.See the Story
Moray · Moray

Motorists urged to take caution as Moray Council's resurfacing programme begins

Motorists in Moray are being urged to take care over the next eight weeks as 43 miles of roads undergo resurfacing as part of the council’s annual road maintenance programme.See the Story
Glasgow, Scotland · Glasgow

'Neighbourhood centre' plans submitted to transform vacant land

A planning application has been submitted to Glasgow city council to create a “neighbourhood centre”.See the Story

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