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Europe · Scotland

Scotland's police officers to 'withdraw goodwill' as pay dispute escalates

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
Scottish Police Federation says all goodwill will be withdrawn from 5pm on Friday. General secretary Calum Steele said officers had been treated with 'utter contempt' He criticised Scottish Police Authority, Police Scotland and Scottish ministers for failing to get round the negotiating table. Police officers are prohibited by law from taking industrial action or withdrawing their labour.See the Story

Police officer who sexually assaulted colleagues to do unpaid work

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
The 44-year-old's offences involved female constables in Aberdeen and Dundee and has now resigned.See the Story
Fife, Scotland · Fife

Last Class 2022: Primary 7 photos from schools across the north and north-east PART 5

The summer holidays are fast approaching and that can mean only one thing - the return of Last Class, our annual celebration of P7 pupils in the region who are taking the next step in their education journey.See the Story
Dundee, Scotland · Dundee

Beloved Dundee tearoom and garden centre Jessie's Kitchen closes suddenly

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
The tearoom and farm shop posted an update to customers on social media.See the Story
Fife, Scotland · Fife

16 years on the road - environment traveller hits St Andrews on climate mission

Martin Hutchinson and his dog Starsky stopped at St Andrews, Tayport and Dundee as part of his journey. The pair have been documenting their adventure on YouTube. Martin previously walked 34,000km in 21 countries in Central and South America to see the impacts of climate change.See the Story
Fife, Scotland · Fife

Fife mobile chippy boss who served fish suppers to Prince Albert in Monaco is selling up

Murray Cameron swapped the East Neuk streets for Monte Carlo three times. He revealed his royal customer enjoyed both red AND brown sauce. The 57-year-old has been dining out on his experience ever since. He is selling his van so he can spend more time with his family.See the Story
Cupar · Cupar

New TV advert bringing Cupar to the fore during The Open Championship

The 30-second commercial on STV will showcase all that the town has to offer. It has the potential to reach 700,000 people a month via the streaming service STV Player. The Open takes place in St Andrews, less than 10 miles from Cupar.See the Story
Tesco

Empty shelves at Tesco supermarkets in Tayside due to Heinz dispute

The Courier found empty shelves in every Tesco visited on Thursday afternoon. It emerged on Wednesday that Heinz has paused supply to the UK’s biggest supermarket chain. The major companies have disagreed over terms with Tesco stating it is looking to ensure “best possible value” for cash-strapped customers.See the Story

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