She emerged with flying colours from a brutal regime and made history on the recent TV series SAS: Who Dares Wins.
Despite the Scottish Ambulance Service failing to meet response-time targets, more people with life-threatening conditions are surviving, MSPs have been told.
The first woman to complete the course in SAS: Who Dares Wins has said her performance “proves women are not second class”.
Four women will compete in the dramatic final episode of SAS: Who Dares Wins for the first time in the programme’s history.
She’s the north-east surgeon who has just become one of the first female recruits to join the SAS for a gruelling period of training in the Andes.
Unite the union has today raised serious health and safety concerns after being told of working dangerously long hours at the North Division of the Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS).
An investigation into how an air ambulance was sent 120 miles in the wrong direction after it was called to the aid of a sick baby has blamed an "individual staff error".
There has been a 52% increase in patient transfers from Caithness General to other hospitals in the past five years, according to the Scottish Ambulance Service.
The Scottish Ambulance Service yesterday announced an increase in funding for ambulance provision in Caithness - but did not reveal a figure.
Community leaders are to arrange urgent talks with ambulance chiefs to address growing public concern about the viability of maternity services in the far north.
A new flight search service that could save flyers from Aberdeen and Inverness time and hundreds of pounds on long haul flights has been launched by Gatwick Airport.