Tuesday’s headlines: Nicola Sturgeon update and tot who ‘passed out’ from bleach burn

Good evening and welcome to the Daily Record headline news.

Today’s Best Stories include all updates to Nicola Sturgeon’s announcement from earlier today, who passed out from a bleach burn as well as a tragic accident.

Here are the latest titles from Scotland and beyond today.

Eight announcements Nicola Sturgeon made during her Covid update earlier today



Nicola Sturgeon spoke at Holyrood earlier today

Nicola Sturgeon announced changes to current Covid restrictions during an address to the Scottish Parliament earlier today.

Measures regarding large outdoor gatherings have been removed, while restrictions on hospitality have been extended at least for a short time.

We were also informed about the progress of the vaccination program and the latest situation in Scottish hospitals.

The Prime Minister said there were signs of “encouragement” amid the ongoing Omicron wave – but warned the Scots to remain cautious.

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Tot ‘passed out in pain’ after being burned by boiling bleach in freak incident at Scottish nursery



Blake Nilssen suffered horror burns
Blake Nilssen suffered horror burns

10-month-old child has been second-degree burned and may be ‘scarred for life’ after boiling water and bleach on him in a Scottish nursery, while staff did not call ambulance.

Little Blake Nilssen suffered a knockdown from an unsupervised cleaning bucket while trying to get up at the Little Dreams Nursery in Aberdeen.

His suffering worsened after the staff covered him with paper towels and when they took them off, blisters began to form.

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Scottish heavy truck driver killed three people in horror crash while browsing “adult” sites



Truck driver Ion Onut sentenced to eight years and ten months in prison

A Scottish heavy truck driver has been jailed for eight years and ten months after killing three people in a ‘fireball’ crash at 58mph while browsing an adult site on his phone.

Romania-born Ion Onut, 41, who lives in Galashiels, was “looking for casual sex with strangers” on the “Shag Today” app and another called “Mystic Match”.

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Police investigation launched after two bodies were found in Paisley’s apartment



Police remained stationed on the property this afternoon

An investigation was opened after a man and woman were found dead in a Paisley apartment.

Police were called to a property on rue Espedair on Monday evening where they made the grim discovery.

Emergency services stormed the Charleston neighborhood street around 7 p.m., where the bodies of the 38-year-old woman and a 37-year-old man were found.

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Essential PIP review tips for people who want to keep their DWP payments this year



People who are nearing the end of their PIP scholarship should know what to expect when taking the exam
People who are nearing the end of their PIP scholarship should know what to expect when taking the exam

Latest news on Scottish Perks

When a person receives a Personal Independence Payment (PIP) award from the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP), they will be notified in writing of the duration of the award.

PIP awards may be awarded for a period of three months to 10 years, however, the DWP has the right to review this award notice at any time.

Typically, if it is for a fixed number of years, you will receive this exam form to complete up to one year before the end of your current scholarship.

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