THE annual Loony Dook at South Queensferry attracted the maximum 1,100 participants, with bathers dressed as the Loch Ness Monster, pirates, and flamingos braving wind and rain for a chilly dip in the Forth.
A MOTHER-of-four told yesterday how her life has been saved after a rescue dog detected her cancer.
THE outbreak of the First World War triggered a tidal wave of patriotism among Scots with dozens of babies named after Lord Kitchener, newly released records reveal.
Stu Jotham, 29, from Stroud, Gloucestershire, had his right leg mangled in a motorbike crash in 2011. He will now undergo pioneering surgery where donor bones will be attached to his limb.
Orchid the Arab-Thoroughbred cross, who at the Remus horse sanctuary in Brentwood, Essex, is more than double the age of most of her stable mates.
The deaths of the newborns has thrown the spotlight back on Basildon Hospital, Essex, which has been criticised in the past for the standard of it care and state of its finances
SCOTLAND’S first baby of the New Year made a dramatic appearance just two minutes into 2015.
These shocking photos were released with permission of Rachel Titley’s family after Craig Eccleston-Todd crashed into her head-on while texting at the wheel after “three or four” pints.
Britain’s “wet and feeble” reaction to the cold and wet has Stuart Maconie channelling his inner Mark E. Smith
The New Year’s Eve deaths weren’t a one-off: The first week of January is the week you’re most likely to die this year