Tuesday Headlines – Sturgeon’s Covid Update and Dog Camera Catch Thief
Welcome to the Tuesday night briefing.
Top stories on the Daily Record website include: Sturgeon Makes Covid Announcement, Dog Cam Catches Thief, Jet2 Cancels Flights to Christmas Holiday Destination.
Here are the main headlines today.
Nicola Sturgeon gives up extending vaccine passports to pubs, restaurants and cinemas
Nicola Sturgeon has given up extending vaccine passports to pubs, restaurants and cinemas.
The prime minister said increasing the scope of the regime would not be “proportionate” as cases of covid have stabilized.
She also said that from December 6, people could access sites currently covered by the program, such as nightclubs and football stadiums, with a recent negative result on the lateral flow test.
READ MORE: Nicola Sturgeon gives up extending vaccine passports to pubs, restaurants and cinemas
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Dog cam catches thief lurking in Scottish estate’s family living room
A frightened Scotsman filmed a ‘bastard thief’ after the intruder broke into her home overnight.
The man who wore a hat and face mask was seen prowling the living room of the family home in Bishopton , Renfrewshire Sunday evening.
The thief was caught on camera by a pet camera installed in the house that the couple use to watch their dog.
The recording reportedly scared off the thief who fled with a purse during the night raid.
READ MORE: Dog cam catches thief lurking in family living room in Scottish estate
Jet2 cancels flights to Christmas holiday destination after Covid lockdown
Jet2 canceled flights to Austria after the country’s lockdown due to an increase in Covid cases.
The airline scrapped everything vacation for passengers traveling between November 22 and December 1, 2021.
The capital Vienna is a popular destination for Christmas markets and city breaks. Jet2 also flies to Salzburg for ski trips.
It comes after Austria went into lockdown, with strict restrictions enforced to keep the country and tourists safe during the winter.
READ MORE: Jet2 cancels flights to Christmas holiday destination after Covid lockdown
Two people “seriously injured” after army truck overturned on A9 roundabout near Dunblane
Two people were injured after an army truck crashed and overturned on the A9 near Dunblane this morning.
We said how emergency services ran towards the road at Keir roundabout shortly after 9:45 a.m. on Tuesday, November 23.
Officers have now revealed that the two occupants of the vehicle – men aged 33 and 21 – were rushed to the Royal Forth Valley Hospital for treatment.
Their injuries were described as “serious but not life threatening”.
READ MORE: Two people ‘seriously injured’ after army truck overturned on A9 roundabout near Dunblane
Retiree dies and another fight for life after horrific car crash on Scottish roads
A retiree tragically died and fought for her life after a terrible car crash on a Scottish road.
Emergency services were called to the scene of the crash on the A815 near Benmore Park, near Dunoon, around 3:15 p.m. on Monday, November 22.
a red Honda Civic and a gray Subaru Outback were involved in the crash.
Two women, a 74-year-old driver and a 77-year-old passenger in the Honda Civic, were rushed to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow with serious injuries .
Unfortunately, the latter was pronounced dead shortly after.
READ MORE: Retiree dies and another fight for the life after terrible car crash on Scottish roads