‘End of the beginning’: Breakthrough Alzheimer’s drug could be rolled out next year

Scientists warned only a fraction of patients would benefit (Image: GETTY) Renowned geneticist Prof Professor Sir John Hardy said the decades-long search for treatments may finally have reached the “end of the beginning”. Sir John Hardy said the decades-long search for treatments may finally have reached the “end of the beginning”. But he and fellow … Read more

Frantic search launched for woman, 25, who vanished in Edinburgh city centre on Saturday night

Police have launched an urgent search for a missing Scots woman who disappeared in Edinburgh city centreover the weekend. Chantelle Stewart was last seen on the capital’s Princes Street at roughly 11pm on Saturday, January 28. The 25-year-old is from the Falkirk area and authorities are growing increasingly concerned for her welfare. Chantelle is described … Read more

Proposals for £2 parking fee at key South Lanarkshire Council-run visitor attractions

Proposals have been put forward by officers at South Lanarkshire Council to introduce parking fees at key visitors attractions in the area. No decisions have been made on the authority’s forthcoming budget for 2023/24 – with councillors still to vote on any final proposals. But cash-strapped South Lanarkshire need to save £16.3milion to balance the … Read more

Small businesses urged to take part in ‘state of the nation’ survey

Small business owners in Scotland are being urged to talk about their experiences, challenges and ambitions in navigating the post-pandemic landscape. The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) Scotland has launched its biggest ever ‘state of the nation’ survey project, The Big Small Business Survey. It will ask small business owners an extended series of questions … Read more

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