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THE Armidale School’s First XV retained the GPS Third Grade rugby premiership title after a sound victory over St Ignatius College, Riverview in Sydney on Saturday. THE Armidale School’s First XV...
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CUTE AS A BUTTON: The children of the Assumption School won the Kindergarten and Under Verse Speaking Choir section of Bathurst Eisteddfod. Photo: PHILL MURRAY 090214pverse34 CLOSE to 1000 children...
2014/09/02 18:37
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A survey of senior festival staff found many of the boards and committees which organise the event are exclusively white, despite Scotland having a fast-growing black and minority ethnic (BaME)...
2014/09/02 18:32
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John O'Groat Journal Tuesday 2 Sep 2014 6:57 PM Travel writer Ron Smith journeys to Northern Ireland and finds it full of surprises, from the coast and the world-renowned Giant's Causeway to Belfast...
2014/09/02 17:53
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FOLK club members will pay heed to events in Scotland when they meet later this month. Durham City Folk Club is staging an evening of Scottish folk songs at its gathering on Thursday September 18,...
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An independent Scotland couldn't rejoin EU if it kept pound - British minister LONDON (Reuters) - An independent Scotland could not rejoin the European Union if it used the pound informally, a senior...
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Exclusive - Lloyds could move south if Scots vote for independence LONDON (Reuters) - Lloyds Banking Group is considering having its registered office in London rather than Edinburgh should Scots...
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It truly is squeaky bum time for Britain’s rulers. With two polls in a week suggesting just a three-point swing could win it for Yes, the referendum is on a knife edge. The latest poll from YouGov...
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Morrison Can't Wait For German Test James Morrison is looking forward to testing himself against newly crowned World Champions when Scotland face Germany in their first competitive tie since lifting...
2014/09/02 16:24
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There is a broad range of reactions to Scottish nationalism in the rest of the UK. A lot expressing negativity, shock or indignation. There is also a surprising lack of familiarity with the history...
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Wales’ most successful Paralympian ever has raised fears a Yes vote in the Scottish independence referendum could throw progress made in British sport into uncertainty. Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson,...
2014/09/02 16:13
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Leith-born twins Craig and Charlie Reid, famous for hits such as I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) and Letter from America, said the cash gift was a “matter of principle” for them. They gave Yes Scotland...
2014/09/02 15:38
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The YouGov poll shows Alex Salmond’s campaign for independence has narrowed the previously substantial No lead, with 47 per cent now claiming they will vote for independence against 53 per cent...
2014/09/02 15:35
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Always look on the bright side of life HOW much doom and gloom can we take? Summer’s over, the nights are drawing in, Roy Hodgson’s still in charge of a team heading for mediocrity and Wembley’s set...
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West Brom midfielder James Morrison is hoping Scotland’s European Qualifier against Germany has come at a good time for Gordon Strachan’s team. The world champions will be in competitive action for...
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A BORDER-based company has been crowned the North East’s commercial builder of the year for a development at The Scots School in Albury. Southern Cross Developers were presented with the aw A...
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Scottish independence on a knife edge: Yes vote closes gap to 6 points after surge in support for breaking up the UK YouGov survey showed anti-independence lead down from 22 points Gordon Brown said...
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... Queen Victoria's Jubilee badge British Museum Key Stage 2 - Changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age The Happisburgh handaxe 5 The Happisburgh handaxe Norwich Castle Museum & Art...
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UK government says confident of argument against Scottish independence despite poll Related Topics LONDON (Reuters) - The British government has "a real confidence" in its argument in favour of...
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... -- Beatles star Paul McCartney became the latest high-profile figure to sign a letter calling on Scottish voters to choose to remain part of the United Kingdom in a vote on independence next...
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