AS his loan spell nears an end, Hearts striker Michael Ngoo – at Tynecastle on a temporary basis from Liverpool – could be forgiven for not immersing himself in local culture.
But the English striker was only too keen to tuck into a local delicacy – as he tried out haggis.
This picture was posted on Twitter by the “voice of Hearts” Scott Wilson, who revealed the towering hitman was trying the dish for the first time.
Rights and sarongs
AS summer nears, shopping site PromotionalCodes.org.uk has some advice for men seeking sun.
Its travel survey reveals the sarong, showing too much flesh and socks with sandals are the major holiday faux pas committed by men.
C’mon feel the annoys at cabinet meeting . .
The new SNP leader in East Lothian has been given a warm welcome by his colleagues at a special cabinet meeting.
Depute council leader Conservative Michael Veitch made Cllr Stuart Currie, left, feel at home, saying: “I’m sure that ‘the most annoying man in East Lothian politics’ is a description Cllr Currie would relish when applied by administration members – and if his success is to be measured on his ability to irritate administration members I’ve no doubt he will do well.”
Tony’s in good state
HIS work is already making its way to the big screen – AND he’s being serialised every Monday in the Evening News – but things are getting even better for city crime writer Tony Black.
He’s looking to break America after his Gus Dury series, featuring a PI cracking Capital crime, went on sale in the States.