No assault or crime was committed after two 12-year-old boys in Aberdeen reported having white powder thrown at them, police have said.
Move Over Banksy, 'Grantsy' Sculpture Found In Edinburgh City Centre
A mysterious sculpture has been left at the Scott Monument in Edinburgh.
The concrete sculpture mimics Banksy and features a girl reaching for a bright red mine-shaped balloon with a cut-out heart.
Placed in front of the statue of Scottish author Sir Walter Scott, the piece is titled ''Mine Girl'' by the anonymous artist ''Grantsy''.
The figure was discovered on Valentine's Day by monument staff and is believed to be a ''love note'' from the artist.
A City of Edinburgh Council spokeswoman said: ''Staff at the Scott Monument were surprised to see the mysterious sculpture appear overnight.
''It seems to be a love note of sorts and certainly makes a statement.
''We were content to leave it on site for Valentine's Day in the hope that the artist comes back to retrieve it afterwards. If not, it will have to be removed.''
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said Scotland stands in solidarity with London following the ''heinous'' terrorist attack on Westminster.
Telecoms firm BT is to create 31 jobs in Glasgow as part of a recruitment drive to transform customer service.
Two Canadian pilots have appeared in court accused of being under the influence of alcohol as they prepared to fly a passenger flight from Scotland.
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