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  • The Right (And Wrong) Way To Apologise For Dumb Things You Said Online
    The Celebrity Apology™ is having a moment, with famous person after famous person apologising for stupid things they said online in years past. Just this year we’ve had journalist Alexi McCammond apologise (and resign from a Teen Vogue editor-in-chief position) for anti-Asian and homophobic tweets. We’ve had Chrissy Teigenapologise for cyberbullying and Billie... Read more »
  • Tom Dean's Family And Friends' Reaction To His Olympic Gold Win Is A Pure And Utter Joy
    There were heartwarming scenes of pure elation as Tom Dean’s family and friends celebrated his Olympic gold medal win on Tuesday. The swimmer stormed to victory in the men’s 200 metres freestyle final at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre. Due to Covid restrictions, his nearest and dearest were unable to be in Japan... Read more »
  • Bulk Of Covid Pandemic Will Be Over By Late September, Professor Neil Ferguson Predicts
    The bulk of the Covid pandemic in the UK will finally be over by late September, according to the leading scientist whose modelling sparked the country’s first lockdowns.Imperial College London’s Professor Neil Ferguson said that Britain’s high vaccination rates had “fundamentally changed” the fight against the virusFerguson, who is a... Read more »
  • Gold-Medal Swimmer Drops F-Bomb On Live TV, Then Almost Makes It Worse
    Australia’s Kaylee McKeown captured the gold in the women’s 100-meter backstroke during a record-setting performance in Tokyo on Tuesday. Then, she enraptured social media with a post-race interview in which she dropped an F-bomb on TV:Great save 🤣— (@Punters) July 27, 2021McKeown realized her error immediately, covered her... Read more »



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  • New generation of budding gardeners blossom with intergenerational project
    A YOUNG generation of green-fingered gardeners have joined forces with a North Lanarkshire housing provider to celebrate its golden anniversary. Customers at Campsie Gardens in Cumbernauld have teamed up with 125 pupils and teachers from neighbouring St Mary’s Primary School for a garden project to celebrate Bield’s 50th anniversary. The... Read more »
  • Edinburgh based dog accessories firm sees a surge during the pandemic
    AN Edinburgh based luxury dog accessories start-up business experienced fast growth during the pandemic. The family-owned business, Stocky and Dee was created in 2019 by husband and wife Chris and Mari Robb is seeing rapid sale increases as pet-ownership has surged during the pandemic. The business, which was founded from... Read more »
  • Ice cream brand expands landmark deal with Marks and Spencer’s
    A SCOTTISH family ice cream brand has secured an expansion of its deal with Marks and Spencer’s which has seen its most popular flavour of ice cream now stocked in 514 stores across the UK.   Following strong performance, Mackie’s of Scotland has more than doubled its store distribution across... Read more »
  • New research reveals that shielding may not have been effective
    NEW research from the University of Glasgow has revealed that shielding those at high risk may not have been fully effective. The recent study, which was published in Scientific Reports discovered that during the first wave of the pandemic, those who were required to shied in NHS Greater Glasgow and... Read more »
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