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EveningTimes Online
Esders: Braehead Clan gathering can cause Euro upsetBRAEHEAD CLAN star Lee Esders has called on the Purple Army to help their side
Esders: Braehead Clan gathering can cause Euro upset
EveningTimes Online / Posted 59 minutes ago
BRAEHEAD CLAN star Lee Esders has called on the Purple Army to help their side cause a European upset tomorrow night. The Glasgow club welcome Swedish champions and European top seeds Vaxjo Lakers to the Braehead Arena on Champions Hockey League... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Sturgeon TV channel 'could be funded by cuts to BBC's UK budget'Neither Ms Hyslop nor Ms Sturgeon, who set out her plans at the Edinburgh Inter
Sturgeon TV channel 'could be funded by cuts to BBC's UK budget'
Daily Telegraph / Posted an hour ago
Neither Ms Hyslop nor Ms Sturgeon, who set out her plans at the Edinburgh International Television Festival, put a price tag on the proposals but they are believed to be based on a £75 million BBC plan scrapped after it was deemed unaffordable. The... Read more
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heraldscotland
Business leaders have hit out at Mone peerageNo 10 described Ms Mone, who founded lingerie brand Ultimo, as "one of the UK's
Business leaders have hit out at Mone peerage
heraldscotland / Posted 5 hours ago
No 10 described Ms Mone, who founded lingerie brand Ultimo, as "one of the UK's leading entrepreneurs (who) sits on the Board of Directors for The Prince’s Scottish Youth Business Trust". It added that she "plays an active role in mentoring... Read more
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Scotsman
Total shrinks Scots footprint with St Fergus sale Totals finance boss Patrick de La Chevardiere. Picture: AFP/Getty FRENCH ener
Total shrinks Scots footprint with St Fergus sale
Scotsman / Posted 5 hours ago
Totals finance boss Patrick de La Chevardiere. Picture: AFP/Getty FRENCH energy giant Total has vowed to remain “a major player” in the North Sea industry, despite selling the St Fergus gas terminal... Read more
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Scotsman
Poignant tales of Scots lost at sea put online Included in the database is William M Murdoch who served on the fateful maiden
Poignant tales of Scots lost at sea put online
Scotsman / Posted 5 hours ago
Included in the database is William M Murdoch who served on the fateful maiden voyage of RMS Titanic. Picture: PA MOVING accounts of thousands of lives lost at sea have been made available through the... Read more
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Daily Record
Row as David Cameron hands peerages to Tory cronies Hague, Hogg and MoneThere’s also City fatcat James Lupton, who has handed the Tory party £2.8millio
Row as David Cameron hands peerages to Tory cronies Hague, Hogg and Mone
Daily Record / Posted 5 hours ago
There’s also City fatcat James Lupton, who has handed the Tory party £2.8million, and former MP Sir George Young, who once described the homeless as “people you step over when you are coming out of the opera”. A motley crew of ex-MPs and... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Schmidt to tinker with squad for Wales clashVIDEO: | Irish Examiner VIDEO: Thursday, August 27, 2015 - 06:33 PM Irelan
Schmidt to tinker with squad for Wales clash
Irish Examiner / Posted 5 hours ago
VIDEO: | Irish Examiner VIDEO: Thursday, August 27, 2015 - 06:33 PM Ireland coach Joe Schmidt will use Saturday’s warm-up clash with Wales as a last chance... Read more
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heraldscotland
Nicola Sturgeon says BBC indyref coverage was unfairThe highlights of this speech that I have been able to see (I am abroad and no
Nicola Sturgeon says BBC indyref coverage was unfair
heraldscotland / Posted 5 hours ago
The highlights of this speech that I have been able to see (I am abroad and no live coverage is available) are very interesting for the subtle way in which NS tries to balance powerful statements about Scotland as an outward looking place and the... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Kraft takes over Highland Park rebuilding projectFirst-year Highland Park football coach Faron Kraft knows he and his staff face
Kraft takes over Highland Park rebuilding project
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 6 hours ago
First-year Highland Park football coach Faron Kraft knows he and his staff face a tough road ahead. After all, Kraft is taking over a program that has produced just one winning season (5-4 in 1995) over the last 20 years and has not posted more than... Read more
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BBC Football
Hull sign Maloney from Chicago FireShaun Maloney: Scots midfielder joins Hull from Chicago Fire Scotland internat
Hull sign Maloney from Chicago Fire
BBC Football / Posted 6 hours ago
Shaun Maloney: Scots midfielder joins Hull from Chicago Fire Scotland international Shaun Maloney has joined Hull City from Major League Soccer side Chicago Fire. The 32-year-old midfielder has signed a two-year deal for an undisclosed fee. After... Read more
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Scotsman
Lori Anderson: Libraries are sanctuary of the mind First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has praised the role of libraries in helping to
Lori Anderson: Libraries are sanctuary of the mind
Scotsman / Posted 6 hours ago
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has praised the role of libraries in helping to empower people in deprived communities. Picture: PA We must use them or we will lose them, warns Lori Anderson, with... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Ringgold To Host Celtic Festival And Highland Games On Sept. 26The Scots, Irish, Welsh and Appalachian folk will gather again in Ringgold for
Ringgold To Host Celtic Festival And Highland Games On Sept. 26
The Chattanoogan / Posted 15 hours ago
The Scots, Irish, Welsh and Appalachian folk will gather again in Ringgold for a day of music, culture, food and fun and games on Saturday, Sept. 26 at the Ringgold Recreational Fields, 255 Emberson Dr. The day’s events will include a variety of... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Jean’s SceneI HAD a fantastic weekend at Pride Festival in Glasgow Green. The two-day extr
Jean’s Scene
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 16 hours ago
I HAD a fantastic weekend at Pride Festival in Glasgow Green. The two-day extravaganza is the biggest LGBT event in Scotland and I was so happy to be there. The sun was shining all weekend and I enjoyed the parade, fairground, stalls, entertainment... Read more
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Super Sport
Boks believe they've done their homework The Springboks believe they’ve done their homework for every eventuality for
Boks believe they've done their homework
Super Sport / Posted 21 hours ago
The Springboks believe they’ve done their homework for every eventuality for the upcoming Rugby World Cup. Assistant coach Johan van Graan spoke about the preparation a day before the final 31 man group was... Read more
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Daily Record
Lord Smith saved by WAITRESS after he suffered suspected heart attackSturgeon’s husband Peter Murrell looked on in distress as Lord Smith, 71, was l
Lord Smith saved by WAITRESS after he suffered suspected heart attack
Daily Record / Posted 21 hours ago
Sturgeon’s husband Peter Murrell looked on in distress as Lord Smith, 71, was lifted into an ambulance and taken to hospital where he is recovering. Lord Smith was enjoying a posh meal with other Scots business leaders when the worker, who has not... Read more
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The New Statesman
Following Farage reveals the Ukip inner circleA friend of a friend comes by to pick up some fags I’ve obtained for him – Gaul
Following Farage reveals the Ukip inner circle
The New Statesman / Posted 23 hours ago
A friend of a friend comes by to pick up some fags I’ve obtained for him – Gauloises filters. Global markets being what they are, you can buy cocaine (DOC Colombia) and heroin (DOC Afghanistan) on the street corners of almost any British city, but... Read more
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The New Statesman
Why doctors dread digital dataA friend of a friend comes by to pick up some fags I’ve obtained for him – Gaul
Why doctors dread digital data
The New Statesman / Posted 23 hours ago
A friend of a friend comes by to pick up some fags I’ve obtained for him – Gauloises filters. Global markets being what they are, you can buy cocaine (DOC Colombia) and heroin (DOC Afghanistan) on the street corners of almost any British city, but... Read more
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The New Statesman
Send Jeremy Hunt on an elective to Zambia before he slates the NHS againA friend of a friend comes by to pick up some fags I’ve obtained for him – Gaul
Send Jeremy Hunt on an elective to Zambia before he slates the NHS again
The New Statesman / Posted 23 hours ago
A friend of a friend comes by to pick up some fags I’ve obtained for him – Gauloises filters. Global markets being what they are, you can buy cocaine (DOC Colombia) and heroin (DOC Afghanistan) on the street corners of almost any British city, but... Read more
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The New Statesman
Here's how Jeremy Corbyn can secure a great result for Labour in 2020A friend of a friend comes by to pick up some fags I’ve obtained for him – Gaul
Here's how Jeremy Corbyn can secure a great result for Labour in 2020
The New Statesman / Posted 23 hours ago
A friend of a friend comes by to pick up some fags I’ve obtained for him – Gauloises filters. Global markets being what they are, you can buy cocaine (DOC Colombia) and heroin (DOC Afghanistan) on the street corners of almost any British city, but... Read more
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The New Statesman
Tantrums and sledging are easy - it's winning that matters in sportA friend of a friend comes by to pick up some fags I’ve obtained for him – Gaul
Tantrums and sledging are easy - it's winning that matters in sport
The New Statesman / Posted 23 hours ago
A friend of a friend comes by to pick up some fags I’ve obtained for him – Gauloises filters. Global markets being what they are, you can buy cocaine (DOC Colombia) and heroin (DOC Afghanistan) on the street corners of almost any British city, but... Read more
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The New Statesman
A modest proposal for housing the Calais migrants and ending the Labour leadership crisisA friend of a friend comes by to pick up some fags I’ve obtained for him – Gaul
A modest proposal for housing the Calais migrants and ending the Labour leadership crisis
The New Statesman / Posted 23 hours ago
A friend of a friend comes by to pick up some fags I’ve obtained for him – Gauloises filters. Global markets being what they are, you can buy cocaine (DOC Colombia) and heroin (DOC Afghanistan) on the street corners of almost any British city, but... Read more
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The New Statesman
Jeremy Corbyn's women-only carriages: the arguments for and againstA friend of a friend comes by to pick up some fags I’ve obtained for him – Gaul
Jeremy Corbyn's women-only carriages: the arguments for and against
The New Statesman / Posted 23 hours ago
A friend of a friend comes by to pick up some fags I’ve obtained for him – Gauloises filters. Global markets being what they are, you can buy cocaine (DOC Colombia) and heroin (DOC Afghanistan) on the street corners of almost any British city, but... Read more
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The New Statesman
Sea changes in the corridor of powerA friend of a friend comes by to pick up some fags I’ve obtained for him – Gaul
Sea changes in the corridor of power
The New Statesman / Posted 23 hours ago
A friend of a friend comes by to pick up some fags I’ve obtained for him – Gauloises filters. Global markets being what they are, you can buy cocaine (DOC Colombia) and heroin (DOC Afghanistan) on the street corners of almost any British city, but... Read more
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The New Statesman
Here's the real reason we can't renationalise the railwaysA friend of a friend comes by to pick up some fags I’ve obtained for him – Gaul
Here's the real reason we can't renationalise the railways
The New Statesman / Posted 23 hours ago
A friend of a friend comes by to pick up some fags I’ve obtained for him – Gauloises filters. Global markets being what they are, you can buy cocaine (DOC Colombia) and heroin (DOC Afghanistan) on the street corners of almost any British city, but... Read more
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heraldscotland
Scotland boost survival chances against Italy in European Nations ChampionshipsThe statistics showed that the Italians had 90 per cent of the possession in th
Scotland boost survival chances against Italy in European Nations Championships
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
The statistics showed that the Italians had 90 per cent of the possession in the opening quarter leaving the Scots chasing shadows. But crucially Italy failed to take advantage of four penalty corners during that period. The first three were blocked... Read more
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heraldscotland
Burnham camp: Andy convincing enough 'undecideds' to beat CorbynA sample of nearly 6000 leadership voters in the first two weeks of this month
Burnham camp: Andy convincing enough 'undecideds' to beat Corbyn
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
A sample of nearly 6000 leadership voters in the first two weeks of this month also suggested support for odds-on favourite Mr Corbyn had dropped significantly compared with the last two weeks in July. Over the same period, the number of... Read more
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Scotsman
Confidence in Scots schools falling among parents Satisfaction with local schools is lowest in the more affluent areas, the surv
Confidence in Scots schools falling among parents
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
Satisfaction with local schools is lowest in the more affluent areas, the survey found. Picture: Getty SATISFACTION levels with local schools among Scottish parents has been falling steadily in... Read more
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Scotsman
Sam Torrance glad to be fall guy after injury riddle Sam Torrance is one of seven Scots lining up in the Scottish Senior Open, whic
Sam Torrance glad to be fall guy after injury riddle
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
Sam Torrance is one of seven Scots lining up in the Scottish Senior Open, which starts today. Picture: Getty ACCIDENTS normally spell bad news for Sam Torrance. After all, we are talking about a... Read more
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Scotsman
Bill Jamieson: A satnav for Scots budget is a must The Scottish Fiscal Commission will play a key role in keeping Scottish govern
Bill Jamieson: A satnav for Scots budget is a must
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
The Scottish Fiscal Commission will play a key role in keeping Scottish government finances on the road Extra powers without oversight risks steering the car of state off the road, writes Bill... Read more
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Western Advocate
Thursday, August 27, 2015Your morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Jamie La
Thursday, August 27, 2015
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
Your morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Jamie Lawler didn't realise how cold it was until he saw what had become of a dripping tap last week. If you have a photo you'd like to share, send it to... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
City high school boys soccer capsulesCoach -- Klaus Kreutzer. Top returners -- Carson Dinkel, jr.; Neal Eller, sr.;
City high school boys soccer capsules
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted yesterday
Coach -- Klaus Kreutzer. Top returners -- Carson Dinkel, jr.; Neal Eller, sr.; Nathan Gurera, sr.; Logan Karolevitz, sr.; Jonathan Keck, jr.; Keegan Kramer, jr.; Marcos Lopez, sr.; Nate Smith, jr.; Jacob Tritsch, jr. Top newcomers -- Conner Andrew,... Read more
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Independent
Campaigners want to ditch George Osborne's Yorkshire devolution plans and create Northern PowerhouseNow campaigners want to ditch George Osborne’s city-region devolution plans and
Campaigners want to ditch George Osborne's Yorkshire devolution plans and create Northern Powerhouse
Independent / Posted yesterday
Now campaigners want to ditch George Osborne’s city-region devolution plans and make England’s largest county the real Northern Powerhouse. They hope to re-establish Yorkshire’s ancient boundaries and build a “White Rose Parliament” to give the... Read more
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Daily Record
New figures reveal the number of Scots who smoke drops by three per centResearch carried out by the Scottish government shows that 20 per cent of adult
New figures reveal the number of Scots who smoke drops by three per cent
Daily Record / Posted yesterday
Research carried out by the Scottish government shows that 20 per cent of adults smoke - down three per cent on the previous three years. It is the sharpest decrease in the number of smokers in Scotland since records began in 1999 - when 31 per cent... Read more
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The Mining Journal
‘So help me God’The Whites, who are from the United Kingdom, took the oath of allegiance during
‘So help me God’
The Mining Journal / Posted yesterday
The Whites, who are from the United Kingdom, took the oath of allegiance during the ceremony along with seven others from places such as Peru, Israel, Canada, Mexico, Turkey and the Czech Republic. "It was a long process," James said. "This is an... Read more
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vitalfootball co uk
International Seagulls In a strange few days with Brighton, which saw the unbeaten Championship run
International Seagulls
vitalfootball co uk / Posted yesterday
In a strange few days with Brighton, which saw the unbeaten Championship run extended with Albion flying high in the league but also saw us crash out of the Capital One Cup on Tuesday when a lead was lost to Walsall in this... Read more
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Daily Record
Ruth Davidson's charm offensive: Cheery smile masks same cold Tory heartAnd instead of focusing on the damage being done to the sick and disabled by he
Ruth Davidson's charm offensive: Cheery smile masks same cold Tory heart
Daily Record / Posted yesterday
And instead of focusing on the damage being done to the sick and disabled by her Government’s policies, she argued for low taxes on the rich. Speaking at Westminster last night, she said: “What we need isn’t a policy designed to deter high earners... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Alcohol sales up amid rise in booze-related deathsALCOHOL sales increased slightly during 2014, according to new figures. The Sc
Alcohol sales up amid rise in booze-related deaths
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
ALCOHOL sales increased slightly during 2014, according to new figures. The Scottish Government said the statistics reinforced the need for minimum unit pricing to tackle the sale of cheap, strong alcohol. It comes after figures statistics showing... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Online army wanted to hunt for untold stories of WaterlooStories already unearthed include a letter from a Capt Edward Kelly to his wife
Online army wanted to hunt for untold stories of Waterloo
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Stories already unearthed include a letter from a Capt Edward Kelly to his wife, detailing how he killed a French colonel and took his horse and epaulettes as trophies, before he was himself badly wounded. Capt Kelly, of the 1st Life Guards, wrote:... Read more
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The Local
Malmö stuns Celtic in Champions League clash AFP/The Local · 26 Aug 2015, 07:16 Published: 26 Aug 2015 07:16 GMT+02:00 S
Malmö stuns Celtic in Champions League clash
The Local / Posted yesterday
AFP/The Local · 26 Aug 2015, 07:16 Published: 26 Aug 2015 07:16 GMT+02:00 Swedish star footballer Zlatan Ibrahimovic was among those celebrating after his former Malmö club overturned a deficit against... Read more
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The Local
Malmö fans vow to 'blow Scots off the pitch'Malmö FF lost by 3-2 to Celtic in the Champions League play-off on Wednesday. P
Malmö fans vow to 'blow Scots off the pitch'
The Local / Posted yesterday
Malmö FF lost by 3-2 to Celtic in the Champions League play-off on Wednesday. Photo: AP Photo/Scott Heppell AFP/The Local · 24 Aug 2015, 11:39 Published: 24 Aug 2015 11:39 GMT+02:00 Malmö are looking... Read more
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Daily Record
Vulnerable are easy targets for benefits sanctionsJOBCENTRE Plus bosses pressurise their staff every day to stop the benefits of
Vulnerable are easy targets for benefits sanctions
Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
JOBCENTRE Plus bosses pressurise their staff every day to stop the benefits of poor and vulnerable Scots and leave them penniless. The drive to impose sanctions is such a huge part of the culture in Iain Duncan Smith’s DWP empire that workers suffer... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Nurse whose children have BOTH had heart transplants is urging more Scots to save livesA NURSE whose children have both received heart transplants is urging Scots to
Nurse whose children have BOTH had heart transplants is urging more Scots to save lives
EveningTimes Online / Posted 2 days ago
A NURSE whose children have both received heart transplants is urging Scots to join the organ donor register. As exclusively told in the Evening Times, Mary Moffat's life was turned upside down when she learned her children needed life saving... Read more
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Daily Mail
Benedict Cumberbatch smooches wife Sophie HunterA kiss from her leading man: after he earns mixed reviews for Hamlet performan
Benedict Cumberbatch smooches wife Sophie Hunter
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
A kiss from her leading man: after he earns mixed reviews for Hamlet performance He had just come off stage following one of the most important performances yet in his lead role in the Barbican's... Read more
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Daily Mail
Alas poor Benedict. His fine Hamlet's let down by second-rate co-starsAlas poor Benedict. His fine Hamlet (and superb fencing) is let down by second-
Alas poor Benedict. His fine Hamlet's let down by second-rate co-stars
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Alas poor Benedict. His fine Hamlet (and superb fencing) is let down by second-rate co-stars and an often puerile production. After all the hype, our incomparable critic Quentin Letts gives first night verdict... After all the hype and excitement,... Read more
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heraldscotland
Alcohol sales up amid rise in booze-related deathsFigures published today show that 10.7 litres of pure alcohol were sold per adu
Alcohol sales up amid rise in booze-related deaths
heraldscotland / Posted 2 days ago
Figures published today show that 10.7 litres of pure alcohol were sold per adult in Scotland in 2014 – equivalent to 20.5 units per adult per week – compared to 10.6 litres in 2013. This is in contrast to the trend for declining sales seen in recent... Read more
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Scotsman
Euan McColm: New Rise alliance is doomed to fall Legal battles involving Tommy Sheridan contributed heavily to the collapse of
Euan McColm: New Rise alliance is doomed to fall
Scotsman / Posted 2 days ago
Legal battles involving Tommy Sheridan contributed heavily to the collapse of the Scottish Left. Picture: Getty Scottish Left’s attempt to re-establish its identity will be a sideshow sunk by a... Read more
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Scotsman
Scots John Lewis ad director enjoys latest success The new John Lewis home insurance advert by Dougal Wilson, below. He says he h
Scots John Lewis ad director enjoys latest success
Scotsman / Posted 2 days ago
The new John Lewis home insurance advert by Dougal Wilson, below. He says he had no idea the retailers commercials would become such a phenomenon. Picture: Contributed A SCOT who has been hailed one... Read more
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Who Ate All The Pies
Another Euro-Flop For Celtic As Bhoys Bow Out In Malmo (Ronny Delia’s Celtic crashed out of the Champions League at the play-off stages
Another Euro-Flop For Celtic As Bhoys Bow Out In Malmo (
Who Ate All The Pies / Posted 2 days ago
Ronny Delia’s Celtic crashed out of the Champions League at the play-off stages for the second time in succession after the Scottish giants lost 2-0 in Malmo. With the tie nicely poised at 3-2 following the Hoops’ win at Celtic Park, the atmosphere... Read more
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heraldscotland
Scott Brown 'ashamed' as Vladimir Rodic says he expected Celtic to be better“It’s a lot of pressure on us but we should have been a lot better than that to
Scott Brown 'ashamed' as Vladimir Rodic says he expected Celtic to be better
heraldscotland / Posted 2 days ago
“It’s a lot of pressure on us but we should have been a lot better than that today. The performance wasn’t there. We didn’t look we were going to score a goal and looked like we’d concede a few.” Celtic exited last season twice, first at the hands... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Scientists: Lack of vitamin D directly linked to multiple sclerosisA LACK of vitamin D may be a direct cause of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), a new stu
Scientists: Lack of vitamin D directly linked to multiple sclerosis
EveningTimes Online / Posted 2 days ago
A LACK of vitamin D may be a direct cause of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), a new study has claimed. Scotland has one of the highest incidences of the disease in the world and the research suggests this is down to a lack of sunshine leaving many Scots... Read more
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