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examiner.com
30th annual Taste of Dallas takes place June 3-5 in Fair ParkRJ’s Mexican Cuisine, Gas Monkey, Spaghetti Warehouse, Dick’s Last Resort, Big
30th annual Taste of Dallas takes place June 3-5 in Fair Park
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RJ’s Mexican Cuisine, Gas Monkey, Spaghetti Warehouse, Dick’s Last Resort, Big Al’s McKinney Avenue Tavern, Highland Park Scots Café, Paciugo and even Texas perennial favorite Fletcher’s Corny Dogs. More than a dozen of Dallas’s best food trucks... Read more
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Daily Star
Boozy Brits spend TWO YEARS hungover in their lifetimeof alcohol consumption. Further findings show that people in Scotland are much
Boozy Brits spend TWO YEARS hungover in their lifetime
Daily Star / Posted an hour ago
of alcohol consumption. Further findings show that people in Scotland are much more likely to have a hangover, with 20% of Scots experiencing five hangovers or more each month compared with 6% of Englishmen. He added: “By reducing the amount we... Read more
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heraldscotland
Scotland have four more players in the Premier League after Hull City win the £200m SkyBet Championship play-offsupporters who outnumbered and out-sang those in gold and black. This backing
Scotland have four more players in the Premier League after Hull City win the £200m SkyBet Championship play-off
heraldscotland / Posted an hour ago
supporters who outnumbered and out-sang those in gold and black. This backing inspired the men from Sheffield, who had two Scots of their own in Ross Wallace and Barry Bannan in the ranks, throughout the opening 20 minutes. In some ways this is... Read more
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heraldscotland
Strachan realistic about Scotland limitations ahead of difficult double-headerare facing two of the strongest line-ups in world football. Strachan is not daf
Strachan realistic about Scotland limitations ahead of difficult double-header
heraldscotland / Posted an hour ago
are facing two of the strongest line-ups in world football. Strachan is not daft enough to rashly predict a victory for the Scots in either game but will set his team out with that intention, even if halting two sides fine-tuning their preparations... Read more
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heraldscotland
Welcome to Secular Scotland ... a nation where religion is in retreatThe Church of Scotland has suffered the biggest decline, with the percentage of
Welcome to Secular Scotland ... a nation where religion is in retreat
heraldscotland / Posted an hour ago
The Church of Scotland has suffered the biggest decline, with the percentage of Scots who identify with the Kirk dropping from 35% to 20% in the same period, according to the Scottish Social Attitudes survey. Even among those who identify as... Read more
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heraldscotland
I lived in poverty as a child, that's why I'm fighting it nowhave no nostalgia or rose tinted glasses for poverty or unemployment. We can ne
I lived in poverty as a child, that's why I'm fighting it now
heraldscotland / Posted an hour ago
have no nostalgia or rose tinted glasses for poverty or unemployment. We can never sanitise the scandal of one in six Scots living in poverty and while Scotland's poverty figures are better than the UK's, it’s frankly still not good... Read more
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heraldscotland
Whatever happened to Protest Music?Hamish Henderson in 1960) A song which takes aim at a battery of targets and s
Whatever happened to Protest Music?
heraldscotland / Posted an hour ago
Hamish Henderson in 1960) A song which takes aim at a battery of targets and scores a bullseye on every one: the role of Scots in the modern world, the tradition of the Scottish soldier as simultaneously imperialist canon fodder and oppressor,... Read more
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Scotsman
Five Scots-based stars in Northern Ireland’s Euro 2016 squad A rousing send-off for Kyle Lafferty, Steven Davis, Josh Magennis, Niall McGin
Five Scots-based stars in Northern Ireland’s Euro 2016 squad
Scotsman / Posted 2 hours ago
A rousing send-off for Kyle Lafferty, Steven Davis, Josh Magennis, Niall McGinn and the rest. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA A fleet of around 70 DeLorean cars were parked outside the venue... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Stars share their memories of the glorious moment England won the 1966 World Cup“well and truly blotto” after toasting victory. Former Man United boss Sir Ale
Stars share their memories of the glorious moment England won the 1966 World Cup
Daily Mirror / Posted 4 hours ago
“well and truly blotto” after toasting victory. Former Man United boss Sir Alex Ferguson, 74, said he was one of the few Scots cheering for England in what he called a “fantastic” game. Scot Sir Alex was cheering for England The former Man U... Read more
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sportsmole
Italy vs. Scotlandgoal in October 1993. The last meeting between these two came in November 2007
Italy vs. Scotland
sportsmole / Posted 12 hours ago
goal in October 1993. The last meeting between these two came in November 2007, and it ended in heartbreak for the Scots as Christian Panucci's 90th-minute winner ensured that they would not qualify for Euro 2008. Scotland are the form... Read more
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Scotsman
Four Scots Premiership stars in Northern Ireland Euro squad Northern Ireland players acknowledge the crowd following the win over Belarus
Four Scots Premiership stars in Northern Ireland Euro squad
Scotsman / Posted 12 hours ago
Northern Ireland players acknowledge the crowd following the win over Belarus on Friday. Picture: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images Ross County’s Liam Boyce and Billy McKay, who played on loan... Read more
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Scotsman
Ayr Utd strip promotion labelled ‘sexist’ and ‘soft porn’will play in the second tier next season after beating Peterhead and Stranraer
Ayr Utd strip promotion labelled ‘sexist’ and ‘soft porn’
Scotsman / Posted 12 hours ago
will play in the second tier next season after beating Peterhead and Stranraer in the play-offs. Lydia House of the Scots gender equality charity Zero Tolerance called for the promotion to be withdrawn. She said: “The advert follows the... Read more
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Goal.com
Italy v Scotland Betting: Goals likely to be at a premiumwill be determined to get back to winning ways and they can be backed at just 7
Italy v Scotland Betting: Goals likely to be at a premium
Goal.com / Posted 14 hours ago
will be determined to get back to winning ways and they can be backed at just 7/10 (1.70) with Betway to see off the Scots. Gordon Strachan’s team come into this match on the back of three successive clean sheets and the visitors are chalked... Read more
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Scotsman
Staying in EU is in ‘best interests of Glasgow’, says Frank McAveetyLabour councillor said he is putting his “full support” behind the Scotland Str
Staying in EU is in ‘best interests of Glasgow’, says Frank McAveety
Scotsman / Posted 14 hours ago
Labour councillor said he is putting his “full support” behind the Scotland Stronger in Europe campaign, which is urging Scots to vote to stay in the European Union (EU) in June’s referendum. Voters across the country go to the polls on June 23... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Miller: Top 10 European Cup finalsside to win the European Cup. Celtic fell behind in the sixth minute to a Sandr
Miller: Top 10 European Cup finals
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 15 hours ago
side to win the European Cup. Celtic fell behind in the sixth minute to a Sandro Mazzola penalty, but from that point the Scots attacked, attacked and attacked again, their relentless forward forays repelled for nearly an hour by Helenio Herrera's... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
National First XV wrapRangitoto College 40-17 and Massey High School beat Takapuna High School 35-0.
National First XV wrap
Otago Daily Times / Posted 18 hours ago
Rangitoto College 40-17 and Massey High School beat Takapuna High School 35-0. In Wellington St Patrick's (Town) edged Scots College 24-21 in the game of the round there, while Wellington College and St Patrick's Silverstream claimed 22-0 and... Read more
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Times of Malta
Buffon banks on Maltese fans to back the Azzurri tomorrowhas called on the multitude of Azzurri fans in Malta to push him and his team-m
Buffon banks on Maltese fans to back the Azzurri tomorrow
Times of Malta / Posted 20 hours ago
has called on the multitude of Azzurri fans in Malta to push him and his team-mates to a convincing performance against the Scots. Kevin Azzopardi caught up with Buffon in the lead-up to Ta’ Qali warm-up… With the start of the European Championship... Read more
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Scotsman
Keith Brown: How Jutland changed course of wargreatest battle of the war, 100 years ago. Between 1914 and 1918, the First Wo
Keith Brown: How Jutland changed course of war
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
greatest battle of the war, 100 years ago. Between 1914 and 1918, the First World War claimed the lives of around 145,000 Scots, leaving many more thousands injured or disabled and forcing friends and loved ones across the country to come to terms... Read more
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heraldscotland
Free tuition policy "damaging" drive to get poorer pupils to universityThe institute spoke out after a new report from the Sutton Trust concluded that
Free tuition policy "damaging" drive to get poorer pupils to university
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
The institute spoke out after a new report from the Sutton Trust concluded that young Scots from disadvantaged backgrounds face "shocking" barriers to higher education. Research by the trust found the most disadvantaged Scots were four times less... Read more
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give me sport
Six Nations Championship: Week 2 Power Rankings - England rise while Ireland fallScotland’s place here. Their 27-23 defeat to Wales was their ninth consecutive
Six Nations Championship: Week 2 Power Rankings - England rise while Ireland fall
give me sport / Posted yesterday
Scotland’s place here. Their 27-23 defeat to Wales was their ninth consecutive loss in the Six Nations. Annoyingly for the Scots they should have won this match, but their failure to put away chances has struck them again. For 60 minutes Scotland... Read more
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heraldscotland
Willett stays on course at Wentworth as Jamieson becomes the ace in the packtime so it was very, very timely,” said Jamieson, who was playing in the penult
Willett stays on course at Wentworth as Jamieson becomes the ace in the pack
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
time so it was very, very timely,” said Jamieson, who was playing in the penultimate group of the day and was one of five Scots from an original entry of11 to make the cut. And what does he currently drive? “A Mercedes,” he replied in front of a... Read more
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Daily Record
Man's jetset lifestyle is funded by milking fans as a legalised ticket toutANDREW Newman’s modest office on a Scots industrial estate may not look like th
Man's jetset lifestyle is funded by milking fans as a legalised ticket tout
Daily Record / Posted yesterday
ANDREW Newman’s modest office on a Scots industrial estate may not look like the nerve centre of a business that turns over millions. But the 25-year-old Scot’s shadowy Newman Corporation have assets of £2.3million, amassed after he figured out how... Read more
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express
Scots drink driver to challenge UK ban AN AWARD-WINNING charity founder is to mount a legal challenge over his UK-wi
Scots drink driver to challenge UK ban
express / Posted yesterday
AN AWARD-WINNING charity founder is to mount a legal challenge over his UK-wide ban after losing his licence under Scotland's controversial drink driving limit. Mr Medicks had one pint of beer and was stopped... Read more
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heraldscotland
Ayr United topless model kit promotion is condemned by gender equality groupsthis outdated practice. They should be celebrating its female fans, not treatin
Ayr United topless model kit promotion is condemned by gender equality groups
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
this outdated practice. They should be celebrating its female fans, not treating them as sex objects." Lydia House of the Scots gender equality charity Zero Tolerance called for the promotion to be withdrawn. “The advert follows the common trend... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Alex Salmond 'should quit Remain campaign before he does more damage'be more jobs and choices “if we stay in”. He repeated that if Britain voted to
Alex Salmond 'should quit Remain campaign before he does more damage'
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
be more jobs and choices “if we stay in”. He repeated that if Britain voted to leave against the will of a majority of Scots, then a second referendum would have to be held within the next two years, the period over which the UK would negotiate... Read more
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heraldscotland
Gender equality groups criticise Ayr United topless model kit promotionthis outdated practice. They should be celebrating its female fans, not treatin
Gender equality groups criticise Ayr United topless model kit promotion
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
this outdated practice. They should be celebrating its female fans, not treating them as sex objects." Lydia House of the Scots gender equality charity Zero Tolerance called for the promotion to be withdrawn. “The advert follows the common trend... Read more
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Daily Record
Sex fiend went on 'rape tour' of UK universities targeting drunk womenA SCOTS sex fiend who went on a 7000 mile 'rape tour' of Britain's universities
Sex fiend went on 'rape tour' of UK universities targeting drunk women
Daily Record / Posted yesterday
A SCOTS sex fiend who went on a 7000 mile 'rape tour' of Britain's universities to target drunken women rendered helpless by cheap drink promotions was jailed for 12 years today. Businessman Tahir Nazir, 40, used Freshers Fortnight and other college... Read more
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Scotsman
EU referendum poll: Celtic nations set to vote to remainfour while Leave has been ahead in two. The three most recent polls have all sh
EU referendum poll: Celtic nations set to vote to remain
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
four while Leave has been ahead in two. The three most recent polls have all shown Remain with a small lead. {http://www.scotsman.com/news/eu-referendum-poll-76-per-cent-of-scots-against-brexit-1-4124162|EU referendum poll: 76 per cent of Scots... Read more
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Daily Star
Remember HER? Michelle McManus makes comeback in Paddy Power Euro 2016 advertIn the video a hoard of Scots band together with bagpipes and national flags to
Remember HER? Michelle McManus makes comeback in Paddy Power Euro 2016 advert
Daily Star / Posted yesterday
In the video a hoard of Scots band together with bagpipes and national flags to sing a cover of England classic Vindaloo. Big name Scottish celebrities took part in the silly sing song. Stars include Michelle McManus, The Krankies and... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Michelle McManus makes comeback in new TV adverta reworking of football anthem Vindaloo poking fun at Scotland's failure to mak
Michelle McManus makes comeback in new TV advert
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
a reworking of football anthem Vindaloo poking fun at Scotland's failure to make the European Championships. It urges the Scots to put their thumb-twiddling time to good use by “betting on England to lose”. The betting firm has spared no expense... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Five reasons why it's still worth a punt on Brexittowards their cause - are to bother to turn out to vote. Recall that it was a
Five reasons why it's still worth a punt on Brexit
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
towards their cause - are to bother to turn out to vote. Recall that it was a September 7 2014 Sunday Times poll showing Scots 51-49 in favour of independence that suddenly galvanised Gordon Brown and every other politician in Britain to pile up... Read more
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Scotsman
Toy robot is child’s play for crowdfunding Scots inventor Alexander Enoch, founder of Robotical, with his robot, Marty. Picture: Neil Ha
Toy robot is child’s play for crowdfunding Scots inventor
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
Alexander Enoch, founder of Robotical, with his robot, Marty. Picture: Neil Hanna/TSPL A Scots inventor will launch a crowdfunding campaign next week to kick-start production on a toy robot... Read more
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Scotsman
Scots could earn £6,000 a day for letting film crews in their homes Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman, who starred in The Railway Men. It was filmed i
Scots could earn £6,000 a day for letting film crews in their homes
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman, who starred in The Railway Men. It was filmed in East Lothian. Picture: Jane Barlow SCOTS are being offered up to £6,000 a day to let their homes be... Read more
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Scotsman
Edinburgh robot inventor hopes to create engineers of futureto launch their programmable robot for kids. It would be for Friday's Future Sc
Edinburgh robot inventor hopes to create engineers of future
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
to launch their programmable robot for kids. It would be for Friday's Future Scotland Spread. Picture: Neil Hanna/TSPL A Scots inventor will launch a crowdfunding campaign next week to kick-start production on a toy robot which could radically... Read more
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express
GPs given £8K for children's private school fees in desperate bid to fill remote surgeriesfrom some. Getty ImagesThe Government proposal is aimed at getting GPs to move
GPs given £8K for children's private school fees in desperate bid to fill remote surgeries
express / Posted yesterday
from some. Getty ImagesThe Government proposal is aimed at getting GPs to move to more remote surgeriesRelated articles Scots GPs fear cuts are hurting patients GPs refusing to treat refugees in Britain spark public health fears NHS England... Read more
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Scotsman
Leaders: Scotland’s education problems will test SwinneySwinney during a visit to his former school, Forrester High School. Picture: PA
Leaders: Scotland’s education problems will test Swinney
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
Swinney during a visit to his former school, Forrester High School. Picture: PA THE CAP on places making it harder for Scots to get into university is just one area where the Government may have to think again Is there anyone left in Scotland... Read more
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The Advocate
Put on masks, ‘Talk Like Shakespeare’Shakespearian spirits as a “Midsummer Night’s Dream,” “The Taming of the Shrewd
Put on masks, ‘Talk Like Shakespeare’
The Advocate / Posted yesterday
Shakespearian spirits as a “Midsummer Night’s Dream,” “The Taming of the Shrewdriver” and the “Bloody Mary Queen of Scots” to adults. “And we’ll be handing out the masks,” Henry says. “We’re creating an interactive section on our Facebook... Read more
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SecondsOut.com
Limond Vs Burns Would Be Huge Fight In Scotlandfrom injury, Conor Benn fights for the second time in the paid ranks, Islington
Limond Vs Burns Would Be Huge Fight In Scotland
SecondsOut.com / Posted yesterday
from injury, Conor Benn fights for the second time in the paid ranks, Islington Middleweight John Ryder is in action and there’s a host of young Scots on display, including Commonwealth gold medal winner Charlie Flynn, Joe Ham and Lew... Read more
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SecondsOut.com
BUFFER READY FOR ELECTRIC WEEKEND FOR BRITISH BOXINGfrom injury, Conor Benn fights for the second time in the paid ranks, Islington
BUFFER READY FOR ELECTRIC WEEKEND FOR BRITISH BOXING
SecondsOut.com / Posted yesterday
from injury, Conor Benn fights for the second time in the paid ranks, Islington Middleweight John Ryder is in action and there’s a host of young Scots on display, including Commonwealth gold medal winner Charlie Flynn, Joe Ham and Lew... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The teen titans behind Michigan’s Aussie visitand Scott Harding, Naeole is excited by the latest Aussie he’s brought to Honol
The teen titans behind Michigan’s Aussie visit
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
and Scott Harding, Naeole is excited by the latest Aussie he’s brought to Honolulu. “We’ve got a kid coming in from Scots College (in Sydney) Max Hendrie,” Naeole said. “I got to see him last year and he was like ‘Coach, give me a bloody... Read more
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Scotsman
Rich are four times more likely to go to university than the poora report has found. A report by the Sutton Trust, an educational charity which
Rich are four times more likely to go to university than the poor
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
a report has found. A report by the Sutton Trust, an educational charity which seeks to promote social mobility, said Scots from relatively affluent homes are four times more likely to go university than those from more deprived backgrounds –... Read more
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heraldscotland
MSP who sends children to private school declares 'education not a commodity to be bought or sold'note. The media in Scotland appears focussed entirely on undermining Scotland a
MSP who sends children to private school declares 'education not a commodity to be bought or sold'
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
note. The media in Scotland appears focussed entirely on undermining Scotland and it is failing in it's duty to inform Scots voters of news which is relevant to their lives, at every level. From the refusal to print stories on the Tory Election... Read more
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Daily Record
Scottish universities are failing poor studentsSCRAPPING tuition fees has done nothing to help the poorest Scots get a univers
Scottish universities are failing poor students
Daily Record / Posted yesterday
SCRAPPING tuition fees has done nothing to help the poorest Scots get a university education, a damning report published today reveals. The “shocking” analysis for the Sutton Trust said those from wealthy areas are four times more likely to make it... Read more
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Newham Recorder
Conor Benn ready for Glasgow battleAnthony Ogogo returns from injury, while Islington middleweight John Ryder is a
Conor Benn ready for Glasgow battle
Newham Recorder / Posted yesterday
Anthony Ogogo returns from injury, while Islington middleweight John Ryder is also in action and there’s a host of young Scots on display, including Commonwealth gold medal winner Charlie Flynn, Joe Ham and Lewis Paulin. Tickets are on general... Read more
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The Irish Times
Food File: Alice themed teas and feasts in the streetsEarlies Food Festival takes place on Comber Square on Saturday, June 25th. Ther
Food File: Alice themed teas and feasts in the streets
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
Earlies Food Festival takes place on Comber Square on Saturday, June 25th. There will be cookery demonstrations, an Ulster Scots Highland Games (fuelled, of course, by lots of spuds), and potato-themed children’s workshops. It’s free to attend and... Read more
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Romford Recorder
Conor Benn ready for Glasgow battleAnthony Ogogo returns from injury, while Islington middleweight John Ryder is a
Conor Benn ready for Glasgow battle
Romford Recorder / Posted yesterday
Anthony Ogogo returns from injury, while Islington middleweight John Ryder is also in action and there’s a host of young Scots on display, including Commonwealth gold medal winner Charlie Flynn, Joe Ham and Lewis Paulin. Tickets are on general... Read more
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Scotsman
Scots SMEs urged to tackle ‘persisting’ skills gap Aldermore found a third of firms had introduced extra training for staff. Pict
Scots SMEs urged to tackle ‘persisting’ skills gap
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
Aldermore found a third of firms had introduced extra training for staff. Picture: TSPL Small firms in Scotland need to act now to address the skills gap, new research has warned, after an... Read more
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Ilford Recorder
Conor Benn ready for Glasgow battleAnthony Ogogo returns from injury, while Islington middleweight John Ryder is a
Conor Benn ready for Glasgow battle
Ilford Recorder / Posted yesterday
Anthony Ogogo returns from injury, while Islington middleweight John Ryder is also in action and there’s a host of young Scots on display, including Commonwealth gold medal winner Charlie Flynn, Joe Ham and Lewis Paulin. Tickets are on general... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
South’s Nolan to throw at OVUcame Thursday when he signed his letter of intent to attend Ohio Valley Univers
South’s Nolan to throw at OVU
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted yesterday
came Thursday when he signed his letter of intent to attend Ohio Valley University. Clad in the traditional Fighting Scots blue and white and surrounded by family, friends and fellow classmates, Nolan committed the next four years to OVU... Read more
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express
Newsnight: Nicola Sturgeon hints Brexit could trigger ANOTHER Scottish referendumspeaking on the BBC show Newsnight, she admitted Scotland is more in favour of
Newsnight: Nicola Sturgeon hints Brexit could trigger ANOTHER Scottish referendum
express / Posted 2 days ago
speaking on the BBC show Newsnight, she admitted Scotland is more in favour of the EU than other parts of the UK. And many Scots would "look again at independence" if the country was "taken out" of the 28-member bloc next month, Sturgeon... Read more
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