Sales of plastic carrier bags in England’s largest supermarkets have fallen by 90% since a 5p charge was introduced in 2015, according to Government figures.
Boots has confirmed that a store closure programme will affect around 200 locations, primarily local pharmacies.
A 22-year-old man was jailed for stealing £135 worth of make-up.
Sales at Boots dropped in the third quarter, the chemist chain’s owner has said.
Food and drink suppliers have called for online giant Amazon to come under the watch of the grocery industry regulator.
Retail giant Boots has vowed to ditch plastic bags in all its stores by next year, replacing them with paper ones.
Carrie Stewart, 37, denies stealing baby products. Prosecutors allege that she made the theft from Boots, High Street, on April 6. Stewart, of Bonnethill Court, pleaded not guilty and had a trial fixed for September 22 with an intermediate diet on September 5.
Am I the only Dundee citizen embarrassed by the noisy screaming harmonica player outside Boots in the city centre?
A man who “lives” in prison held a pair of scissors to his pal’s neck while punching him in a row over drugs.
Health and beauty giant Boots has failed in its bid to operate a pharmacy at a Dundee retail park.
A trial date has been fixed for a man accused of stealing cosmetics.
A couple will stand trial accused of shoplifting from a Boots store.
Ryan Simpson, 22, of North William Street, had sentence deferred until November 28.
A shoplifter who stole skincare products from a city store was ordered to complete unpaid work in the community.
A 31-year-old man pleaded guilty to stealing from two separate stores in the city. James Dougan, of Helmsdale Avenue, admitted stealing DIY items from Asda on Derwent Avenue on June 14. He also pleaded guilty to stealing skin care items from Boots the Chemist on July 27. Sentence was deferred until April 16.
A woman has been jailed after admitting shoplifting at Boots.
NHS Tayside is in discussion with Boots UK about the company’s proposal to open a new community pharmacy.
A 22-year-old man has been ordered to pay compensation totalling more than £400 to two shops in the city from which he stole goods.
A pensioner said she thought she had been “walloped by a cricket bat” after being smacked on the head by a gull in Dundee city centre.
Ian Hamilton, of Soapwork Lane House, Soapwork Lane, has been jailed for a shoplifting offence.