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2014/07/23 05:12
2014/07/23 05:12
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Robert Burns’ image graces many a tin of shortbread and not a few bottles of whisky. He’s hard to avoid amid the tartanry of the gift shops on Edinburgh’s Princes Street. For two centuries following...
2014/07/23 05:12
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2014/07/21 16:06
2014/07/21 16:06
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The United Nation Security Council's call for a ceasefire between Israel and Palestinian militants has been welcomed by churches and Christians working in the region. Council members were only able...
2014/07/14 02:10
2014/07/14 02:10
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Now cathedral officials plan to cut out the title St Giles' Cathedral into the stonework alongside the subtle interpretation of the generous saint. One heritage source said the move would be opposed...
2014/07/11 03:10
2014/07/11 03:10
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Mo Johnston to Rangers. The daddy of all Scottish football stories. The monumental transfer to end them all. The JFK moment for fans of Rangers, Celtic, all other clubs bar none. The basics hardly...
2014/07/10 23:37
2014/07/10 23:37
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The Church Commissioners for England said in a statement late on Wednesday that they were “pleased to announce that their indirect investment exposure to Wonga in their venture capital portfolio has...
2014/07/09 03:15
2014/07/09 03:15
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After years of averting questions on whether Christian themes were present in her wildly popular Harry Potter books, author J.K. Rowling finally opened up this week about the Christian allegory in her...
2014/07/08 13:06
2014/07/08 13:06
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Campaigners are warning that religious freedom may be at risk as a Christian-run bakery in Northern Ireland faces a court battle over its refusal to make a cake in support of gay marriage. The...
2014/07/08 09:31
2014/07/08 09:31
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If all the people, church organisations and groups who call themselves Christian in Zimbabwe were indeed Christian, this country would be heaven on earth. We wouldn't need to pray; "Thy kingdom come"...
2014/07/04 22:49
2014/07/04 22:49
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Irish independence owes an enduring debt to Scottish support Scotland played an influential and underappreciated role in securing Irish independence Éamon de Valera declared: “The financial...
2014/07/02 06:42
2014/07/02 06:42
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Time was once a rough and ready thing to be marked by the movements of the sun and the vagaries of the church clock. But as the 19th century matured, the electrical telegraph and the alarm clock...
2014/07/01 18:51
2014/07/01 18:51
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Sir Alex Ferguson reveals when his 'hairdryer' proved no match - for a TEA LADY! SIR Alex Ferguson might be notorious for his fearsome 'hairdryer treatment' towards players, but he has now revealed...
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2014/07/01 17:01
2014/07/01 17:01
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Former Winchester Cathedral Canon Residentiary dies Winchester Cathedral He served at the cathedral for 17 years before becoming Dean of Guildford in 1987. During his time at Winchester,...
2014/07/01 14:11
2014/07/01 14:11
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A CATHOLIC priest and a Church of Scotland minister are leading an anti-sectarian drive in a hilarious video. Minister Rev Neil Urquhart and Fr Willie Boyd from Irvine appear in the film - A Bridge...
2014/06/30 06:37
2014/06/30 06:37
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But writing in a local newspaper, the SNP’s Christina McKelvie reportedly suggested that there was no link whatsoever between the accounts which sent the author abuse and “anything to do with the Yes...
2014/06/29 09:06
2014/06/29 09:06
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The boss of the publisher behind Grand Theft Auto and other popular games has bought a historic Edinburgh church. St Stephen's Church was put on the market last year by the Church of Scotland for...
2014/06/27 11:12
2014/06/27 11:12
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Church of Scotland minister Reverend Neil Urquhart and Catholic priest Father Willie Boyd were at Holyrood to launch a new film aimed at stamping out bigotry. 'A Bridge Too Far' features the...
2014/06/26 12:30
2014/06/26 12:30
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Published: 26 Jun 2014 13:00 AN INVERCLYDE teenager has won a top award from the Church of Scotland — just as she prepares to volunteer at the Commonwealth Games. Ailie, bottom right, with members...
2014/06/23 23:46
2014/06/23 23:46
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The cost of the average funeral has rocketed to £3,240, meaning many Scots are unable to afford to bury their loved ones or are forced to take on debt to fund a service. The price of a typical...
2014/06/21 03:09
2014/06/21 03:09
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Dr Scott Hepburn, the tycoon's great nephew, said he believes the 300-year-old Coronation Carpet on which Edward VII was crowned in 1902 should be kept in Glasgow Cathedral despite it needing repairs...
2014/07/23 05:12
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