Scots back obesity cuts on junk food

By Olivia Armstrong MORE than 60% of Scots are in favour of junk food restrictions to combat obesity. According to a survey by Cancer Research UK, two thirds of Scots express concern over their weight or the weight of a family member. The Scottish Government is aiming to introduce restrictions of price promotions on high-risk foods (such as foods high in sugar, salt or fat) … Continue reading Scots back obesity cuts on junk food

Scottish Cup Preview: Albion Rovers vs St Johnstone

By Jonny Clark ALBION ROVERS are ready for their Scottish Cup fourth round tie at the third time of asking as they prepare to take on St Johnstone at Cliftonhill tonight (Monday Jan 29). Rovers had matches postponed on Saturday and Tuesday of last week, but the pitch is now ready for the arrival of the Premiership side. Brian Kerr’s Albion currently sit eighth in … Continue reading Scottish Cup Preview: Albion Rovers vs St Johnstone

Dons Kingsford move in the balance

By Lewis Kemp A DECISION is expected later this afternoon on Aberdeen’s planned stadium move to Kingsford, near Westhill. A meeting between Aberdeen City Council bosses is currently underway, with the original plans being put on hold last October. The club’s plan to build a £50m stadium including training facilities has met objections from a small number of local residents, who believe the stadium would cause … Continue reading Dons Kingsford move in the balance