By Stuart Reid The crown office and procurator fiscal service have said there is “insufficient evidence” for criminal proceedings for the Clutha tragedy. A fatal accident inquiry will be held into the incident that caused the death of 10 people when a police helicopter crashed in to a Glasgow pub in November 2013. However, a recent statement from the Crown office said there wouldn’t be … Continue reading No criminal convictions for Clutha disaster
By Tom Mackinnon Robert Thornton, John Henderson, Peter Wright and Gary Anderson all throw their first darts of the tournament today, with the first ties starting at 1245. Peter Wright will be hoping to better his performance of semi-finalist this year at the Butlins Minehead Resort in Somerset. Last year’s champion Michael Van Gerwen will be hope to retain his crown, in what would be … Continue reading Scots aim for victory at Players Championship
by Zuzana Martinkova The claim that students from Edinburgh University are being drafted in to teach maths at Trinity Academy is false, according to Councillor Ian Perry. City of Edinburgh Council have today clarified that both the Scotsman and the Evening news articles that suggested that students will be taking classes give the readers misconceptions. After two failed advertisements to fill two vacancies … Continue reading Uni students not taking classes but assisting at trinity academy!
By Ludovica Muttini AQUABOX is a water purification pump that turns dirty water into potable water through the use of filtrations units. Aquabox has sent humanitarian assistance to crises zones around the world. It provided 180 water-purification units to the British Virgin Islands during Hurricane Irma, and supplied 500 boxes to Bangladesh to help the Rohingya refugee crisis. Lately, after the hurricane Matthew in Haiti, Aquabox sent water … Continue reading Ayr Rotary Club giving the gift of water this Christmas.