Jennifer Hale

Jennifer Hale

Digital Journo @ The Scottish Sun

Stirling Uni journalism graduate. Ambitious and motivated with a passion for telling stories to an online audience.

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Andy Murray Live... Coming to Glasgow

ANDY Murray is bringing top-level tennis to Glasgow with his brand new annual charity event.

Scotland's top hotel is revealed

BALBIRNIE HOUSE in Glenrothes is officially the top hotel in Scotland after being named Scottish Hotel of The Year.

Red faces for Dugdale's Labour as poll predicts third place on May 5

A POLL has predicted that the Scottish Tories will overtake Labour to become the SNP's main opposition in next month's election.

Celtic fan runs London Marathon in Rangers top as tribute to Jak Trueman

CELTIC fan Michael Douglas ran the London Marathon today in a Rangers top in memory of teen Jak Trueman who died from cancer last year.

Billy Ocean, Sister Sledge and De La Soul to headline West End Festival Fiesta

BILLY OCEAN, Sister Sledge and De La Soul will play Glasgow's Kelvingrove bandstand this June to conclude this year's West End Festival.

Summer Sessions rake in MILLIONS for Glasgow economy

GLASGOW'S Summer Sessions music festival contributed £4million to the economy and attracted over 70,000 tourists last year.

MSPs then and now: What politicians look like 17 years on

A STRING of MSPs elected to Holyrood in 1999 are hoping to be back in power after this year's vote.

Greens welcome Ross Greer as Scotland's youngest ever MSP

ROSS Greer has become Scotland's youngest ever MSP at just 21-years-old.

Kezia Dugdale to remain Scottish Labour leader as Jeremy Corbyn vows to come back fighting

SCOTTISH Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has no intentions to step down as party leader despite disastrous results in yesterday's election.

Tories say their success is a "wake-up call" for the SNP

THE TORIES have warned the SNP that their success in this year's election is a "serious wake-up call" and that they should abandon any plans for a second independence referendum.

Ruth Davidson thanks supporters after historic election result

RUTH DAVIDSON took to Twitter to thank Scottish Tory voters after her party pushed Labour into second place in the polls.

Labour's Shadow Home Secretary says party broke Scottish voters' trust

SHADOW Home Secretary Andy Burnham has said that Labour have broken the bond of trust between the party and electorate.

Nursery nurse allegedly 'forced fed a toddler until they gagged or screamed'

A NURSERY nurse is facing a string of charges after she allegedly “force fed a toddler until they gagged or screamed” and roughly handled other children in her care.

Girl had sex on a teacher's desk at a top private school... but family say she shouldn't be kicked out

THE family of a teenager kicked out of a top private school after being caught having sex on a teacher's desk have lost a legal bid to challenge the decision.

Stephanie Inglis' sister makes fresh plea for support to fund air ambulance for judo champ

STEPHANIE Inglis' sister Stacey has made a fresh plea for support in a bid to bring the martial arts champ home.