Emergency services were scrambled to the scene on Turriff’s Main Street around 2.45pm on Sunday. The road was sealed off but detectives confirmed that the 55-year-old had passed awayA MAN has died after collapsing on the roof of an Aberdeenshire shop. Emergency services were scrambled to the scene on Turriff’s Main Street after the alarm was raised around 2.45pm yesterday. An air ambulance was spotted in the vicinity while cops closed off the road.
The Inverness postie disappeared while on his brother’s stag do in Hamburg. And German authorities are still continuing their search of the Elbe and local canalsLIAM COLGAN is still missing, with German police continuing their search for him, they have confirmed. The Royal Mail worker from Inverness, 29, vanished on his brother’s stag in Hamburg do over a week ago. A body was found during searches over the weekend. However Liam’s distraught family confirmed that it wasn’t him.
edinburgh bypass long delays queLocals reported long queues and delays on the busy road before 8am. And police were scrambled to the scene to help assist with the jamA ROAD smash on the busy Edinburgh bypass caused chaos for rush hour commuters. Traffic was brought to a standstill after the incident before 8am on Monday morning. And police were scrambled to the scene to assist with the jam. A spokesperson for the force said: “Officers were on site to help with congestion.
@bewleybooks Absolutely. But with a stagnating scene in Hollywood and beyond that's filled with reboots, retools and sequels - surely giving people with fresh ideas, fresh views and fresh talent a shot would be better for the industry as a whole?
Watching the #EEBAFTAs - can’t help but think that instead of this expensive pat on the back for people who’ve already made it - the cash could be pumped into grassroots filmmakers, filmmaking and the future. Same goes for the #Oscars et al
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