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2015/01/30 09:38
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Indian-origin woman ordered to pay one pound A Scotland court has ordered an Indian-origin former bank worker, who stole 120,000 pounds (about $181,000) from a client, to pay back just one pound...
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2015/01/29 17:08
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THE police report into the Glasgow bin lorry crash that killed six people days before Christmas has been sent to prosecutors. Ten other people were injured in the accident on December 22 in the...
2015/01/29 11:47
2015/01/29 11:47
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A man who hacked his wife to death with an axe is walking the streets every day - just four years after being “detained without limit of time”. Before horrifically killing her, Roger Geddes tied the...
2015/01/28 09:08
2015/01/28 09:08
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Thompsons Solicitors worked for 50 of the families affected when a police helicopter fell onto a busy bar in November 2013. Now they have been hired to help relatives to find out what actually...
2015/01/27 06:13
2015/01/27 06:13
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Picket lines formed outside several buildings as the industrial action by members of the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union got under way yesterday. Staff are unhappy with their current deal,...
2015/01/26 23:08
2015/01/26 23:08
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TWO young sisters arrested the night after the referendum for standing up to a Loyalist hate mob have finally been told they won’t be prosecuted. Yes voters Sarah Johnson, 20, and sister Sophie, 16,...
2015/01/26 20:09
2015/01/26 20:09
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A MURDER victim’s family have hit out after it emerged the prime suspect in his killing was able to travel to and from Scotland for more than 15 years. His former brother-in-law James McGowan has now...
2015/01/26 01:09
2015/01/26 01:09
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Staff insiders believe some cases will have to be adjourned and juries sent home because paperwork cannot be processed or prisoners transferred. The action comes as smaller courts across Scotland are...
2015/01/25 20:51
2015/01/25 20:51
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People with laser pointers are attacking thousands of planes Shocking figures released by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) have revealed that almost 4,000 laser attacks took place on planes and...
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2015/01/25 01:09
2015/01/25 01:09
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Police have been investigating since October whether pro-Union campaigners broke electoral law by checking secret postal ballots, an inquiry prompted by Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson saying on...
2015/01/25 01:09
2015/01/25 01:09
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The complaint has been forwarded by the Scottish Police Authority to the country's prosecutors. The internal row can be traced to the old Strathclyde Police force's investigation into the murder of...
2015/01/24 06:13
2015/01/24 06:13
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A judge has been asked to decide if an appeal can be pursued by families of some of the victims of the atrocity, which killed 270 people. A joint application by Megrahi's family in Libya and the...
2015/01/24 01:45
2015/01/24 01:45
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THE number of domestic abuse prosecutions has risen by 25 per cent in a year, new figures show. Figures obtained by the Liberal Democrats show there were more than 13,500 proceedings in 2013-14 –...
2015/01/21 23:08
2015/01/21 23:08
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A TERRIFIED mum stalked by her ex last night told how he set her house on fire and killed her pet kitten. Tayyab Bilal Ahmad, 28, waged a four-month campaign of terror against former girlfriend...
2015/01/21 21:45
2015/01/21 21:45
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DRIVERS caught travelling just over the speed limit in Scotland could be offered speed awareness courses instead of being fined, transport minister Derek Mackay has signalled. Mr Mackay said he...
2015/01/21 06:08
2015/01/21 06:08
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A Dundee shop selling legal highs has vowed to remain open, despite a landmark charge brought against a man allegedly supplying and trafficking the substances. But the shopkeeper in Stobswell’s Just...
2015/01/19 06:13
2015/01/19 06:13
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Professor Patrick O'Donnell, professor of psychology at the University of Glasgow, warned in the Evening Times that witnesses were at risk of suffering post traumatic stress disorder and encouraged to...
2015/01/19 06:08
2015/01/19 06:08
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A KILLER at the centre of a notorious race row case is back behind bars for breaking the conditions of his early release. That could have seen Reid receive a stiffer sentence than the five years he...
2015/01/18 19:09
2015/01/18 19:09
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Mr Clarke, who spent two weeks in hospital, is said to have been supported since by family liaison officers from Police Scotland and by counsellors. Neighbours said he had not been seen at his flat...
2015/01/18 17:47
2015/01/18 17:47
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Furious radio DJ Suzie McGuire has branded her wife-beating husband a deluded monster who thinks he’s a rock star. Suzie is so dismayed at the 300-hour community service sentence handed down to...
2015/01/30 09:38
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