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2014/10/02 02:09
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The families of Stephen Humphreys and Eric Blackley, who were also killed, are said to be content with the Crown's decision not to hold an inquiry. Mrs Cameron said: "I'm quite happy at the decision...
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2014/10/01 10:30
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Published: 1 Oct 2014 11:30 A COUNCILLOR ‘appalled’ over the senseless slaying of animals at Gourock’s Pets’ Corner is today demanding to know why a suspect arrested more than a year ago has never...
2014/09/29 10:30
2014/09/29 10:30
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Published: 29 Sep 2014 11:00 A POLICE probe into a savage killing spree at a popular Inverclyde petting zoo resulted in the arrest of a suspect more than a year ago — but prosecutors have not brought...
2014/09/29 07:09
2014/09/29 07:09
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A petition calling for a "revote of the Scottish Referendum, counted by impartial international parties" has been signed by more than 93,000 people on change.org. Chief counting officer Mary...
2014/09/29 05:48
2014/09/29 05:48
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Traumatised off-shore worker Tony Omar has told of his friend’s last moments before he died in an oil rig disaster. As Tony was helping Sean Anderson on BP’s Unity platform, 97 miles off the coast of...
2014/09/28 00:45
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SO THIS is what happened: on 18 September, at polling stations across the country, hundreds of Yes campaigners were given ballot papers with no identification number on the back and their votes were...
2014/09/26 07:12
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The 54-year-old anti-stalking campaigner, who successfully fought for new laws in Scotland, the rest of the UK and across Europe, said she was delighted. Solicitor General Lesley Thompson and Leslie...
2014/09/25 11:30
2014/09/25 11:30
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Published: 25 Sep 2014 12:00 CLYDEPORT’S guilty plea over the Flying Phantom tug tragedy has sparked demands for radical reform of Scotland’s Fatal Accident Inquiry system. No formal court probe...
2014/09/25 07:08
2014/09/25 07:08
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A detective constable informed John Cabrelli that a 9pm to 6am bail curfew was no longer in force. And after hearing about the blunder, a jury cleared him last month of a charge of breaching the...
2014/09/22 09:08
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A WHOPPING £8million of dirty cash made by cons in Scotland has vanished in a year. Prosecutors used proceeds of crime laws to try to claw back nearly £12.5million from 189 criminals, including drug...
2014/09/17 14:53
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A former West Midlands cop and BBC Crimewatch presenter has been suspended on full pay for more than a year - banking around £60,000 in wages. Supt Steven Reed, who fronted the probe into...
2014/09/15 07:08
2014/09/15 07:08
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Britain stands ready to take "whatever steps are necessary" to help an international push to destroy the "evil" extremist group who murdered a British aid worker, David Cameron said. The Prime...
2014/09/14 11:08
2014/09/14 11:08
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A HEARTBROKEN woman has told of her grief after her beloved pet died just hours after being left in the care of a dog-walker. Lee-Anne Smith hired Carolann Mullin to exercise her beloved French...
2014/09/14 09:08
2014/09/14 09:08
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Denise Clair, 27, has been told the £500,000 civil action against Goodwillie and fellow footballer David Robertson will be paid for by the taxpayer. Goodwillie, who has categorically denied any...
2014/09/11 06:12
2014/09/11 06:12
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Elijah Stirling died at home in May 2011, six months after what was described as a "horrendous" birth. He battled against the odds following his birth at Crosshouse Hospital in Ayrshire, but died at...
2014/09/10 02:09
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The Scottish Government has already confirmed planned legislation over how FAIs are conducted will not speed up decisions when a criminal investigation has been launched. Proposals surfaced after...
2014/09/07 02:45
2014/09/07 02:45
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POLICE have launched an investigation amid claims council staff inappropriately accessed confidential social work files on toddler Mikaeel Kular. Last month it emerged Fife Council had begun an...
2014/09/06 10:48
2014/09/06 10:48
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Sean Anderson was working on BP’s Unity platform, 97 miles off the coast of Aberdeen, when the incident happened just after 4am on Thursday. The 43-year-old, who was from the Tyne and Wear area, was...
2014/09/06 08:09
2014/09/06 08:09
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The court heard that Sawers, who worked in a productions office of the Procurator Fiscal Service, had accessed information about cases and passed it on to his friends, in at least one case handing out...
2014/09/04 07:12
2014/09/04 07:12
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The Evening Times revealed on Monday that there were more than 1300 domestic abuse cases waiting to go to trial at Glasgow Sheriff Court. Court bosses have added an extra court each Friday and an...
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