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Scotsman
Winter circuit to bridge playing gap for Scots Monifieth is one such club to host. Picutre: Robert Perry A NEW mixed-gender
Winter circuit to bridge playing gap for Scots
Scotsman / Posted 6 hours ago
Monifieth is one such club to host. Picutre: Robert Perry A NEW mixed-gender winter golf circuit is being launched in Scotland next month to give aspiring young professionals additional playing... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Naismith: Scotland group chase is like fighting Celtic for title at Rangerscompared the going for Euro glory with Scotland to battling at Rangers with Old
Naismith: Scotland group chase is like fighting Celtic for title at Rangers
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
compared the going for Euro glory with Scotland to battling at Rangers with Old Firm rivals Celtic for a league title. The Scots are currently embroiled in a four-way tug of way for qualification for France next year with world champions Germany,... Read more
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Daily Record
Nicola Sturgeon announces major review of the way Police Scotland is governedtesting in primary schools and for younger secondary pupils. She also conceded
Nicola Sturgeon announces major review of the way Police Scotland is governed
Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
testing in primary schools and for younger secondary pupils. She also conceded efforts to close the “attainment” gap between children for poorer and wealthier backgrounds have not gone far enough. Pupils got record Higher passes this... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Three try blitz key to Otago Boys' victorymove, Asi appeared to be setting up a ruck in midfield but offloaded to fullbac
Three try blitz key to Otago Boys' victory
Otago Daily Times / Posted 4 days ago
move, Asi appeared to be setting up a ruck in midfield but offloaded to fullback Josh Buchan. He ran straight through a gap, stepped one opponent, sold a dummy to another and finished off with an angled run to the corner. Asi got a second try... Read more
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Daily Record
Heroic Scot's amazing letters home reveal the hardship from 'Forgotten War'you thought like that you wouldn’t have been able to do anything.” I wondered
Heroic Scot's amazing letters home reveal the hardship from 'Forgotten War'
Daily Record / Posted 5 days ago
you thought like that you wouldn’t have been able to do anything.” I wondered what had happened in 1944 when there was a gap in the letters so I did some research. I found out the turning point of the war in Burma was the Imphal/Kohima campaign... Read more
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heraldscotland
New peers ''should have to have had success in their profession'he tried to claim for cleaning his moat on his Commons expenses His fellow for
New peers ''should have to have had success in their profession'
heraldscotland / Posted 6 days ago
he tried to claim for cleaning his moat on his Commons expenses His fellow former Tory minister David Willetts accused Scots of having their "snout in the trough" of public spending in a memo to Margaret Thatcher in 1985. Other new peers... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Business leaders have hit out at bra boss Michelle Mone peerageShe followed her message with the hashtag #LadyM. However, Douglas Anderson, o
Business leaders have hit out at bra boss Michelle Mone peerage
EveningTimes Online / Posted 6 days ago
She followed her message with the hashtag #LadyM. However, Douglas Anderson, of major tool and plant hire company the Gap Group, said that he was “disappointed” to hear that David Cameron had made Ms Mone a peer. “Unfortunately the Prime... Read more
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heraldscotland
Business leaders have hit out at Mone peerageShe followed her message with the hashtag #LadyM. However, Douglas Anderson, o
Business leaders have hit out at Mone peerage
heraldscotland / Posted 7 days ago
She followed her message with the hashtag #LadyM. However, Douglas Anderson, of major tool and plant hire company the Gap Group, said that he was “disappointed” to hear that David Cameron had made Ms Mone a peer. “Unfortunately the Prime... 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 8 days ago
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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Daily Record
New figures reveal the number of Scots who smoke drops by three per centto 13.4 per day in 2014. More men than women smoke cigarettes (22 per cent and
New figures reveal the number of Scots who smoke drops by three per cent
Daily Record / Posted 8 days ago
to 13.4 per day in 2014. More men than women smoke cigarettes (22 per cent and 19 per cent, respectively), with the gender gap widest (nine percentage points) between the ages of 25 and 34 years. Smoking rates in the most deprived areas of the... Read more
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Scotsman
Nicola Sturgeon: Extra grants for poorer studentsat school, Nicola Sturgeon announced yesterday. The move comes a week after th
Nicola Sturgeon: Extra grants for poorer students
Scotsman / Posted 10 days ago
at school, Nicola Sturgeon announced yesterday. The move comes a week after the First Minister pledged close the schooling gap between rich and poor areas of Scotland and urged voters to judge her on this.It seems the SNP have robbed Peter to pay... Read more
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Scotsman
The professional rugby revolution caught us coldvotes in Paris, with Ireland, France, Argentina and Japan dissenting in the fir
The professional rugby revolution caught us cold
Scotsman / Posted 12 days ago
votes in Paris, with Ireland, France, Argentina and Japan dissenting in the first round before falling into line.) “The Scots probably didn’t want the change,” Hosie continues. “We were far less prepared for it than most of the unions, but we... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Football comes to LyonCollege in Dodge City, Kan. He was the athletic director and head baseball coac
Football comes to Lyon
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
College in Dodge City, Kan. He was the athletic director and head baseball coach at Lyon from 1992-2009. He started the Scots' baseball program in 1993, and Lyon was ranked fourth nationally in the NAIA in 2005. Kelley had 595 victories as a... Read more
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Daily Record
Scots heroes of Battle of Britain remembered 75 years after their 'finest hour'the skies ahead. Menacing black specks suddenly appeared in the distance, too
Scots heroes of Battle of Britain remembered 75 years after their 'finest hour'
Daily Record / Posted 16 days ago
the skies ahead. Menacing black specks suddenly appeared in the distance, too many to count. As Johnstone closed the gap, he identified the fast-growing shapes as Luftwaffe Heinkel bombers, flying in tight formation. “All we could see was... Read more
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Daily Mail
Bob Woodward: Hillary's deleted emails remind him of the NIXON TAPEStapes THE TAPES: The Nixon White House made about 5,000 of these recordings in
Bob Woodward: Hillary's deleted emails remind him of the NIXON TAPES
Daily Mail / Posted 17 days ago
tapes THE TAPES: The Nixon White House made about 5,000 of these recordings in the West Wing, but a famous 18-1/2 minute gap from the day after the Watergate burglary raised enough suspicion to turn the nation against its president 'And step... Read more
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Scotsman
Euan McColm: Scots Tory cringe over Michelle Mone Michelle Mone flies the flag while modelling Ultimo swimwear in a promotion fo
Euan McColm: Scots Tory cringe over Michelle Mone
Scotsman / Posted 19 days ago
Michelle Mone flies the flag while modelling Ultimo swimwear in a promotion for British Airways. Picture: Dan Kennedy Cringing Scottish Tories wish they had been consulted before the Prime Minister... Read more
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heraldscotland
Strategy for Prestwick clear from southern flight of Scottish travellersThe situation seems ridiculous at the best of times, given the number of Scots
Strategy for Prestwick clear from southern flight of Scottish travellers
heraldscotland / Posted 20 days ago
The situation seems ridiculous at the best of times, given the number of Scots who travel south of the Border for either budget airline or package holiday flights because they cannot afford, or do not want to pay, the prices being charged to fly from... Read more
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heraldscotland
Scottish universities see rise in A-level students from the rest of the UKrecruited simply because of the £9,000 price tag attached to them." The Ucas f
Scottish universities see rise in A-level students from the rest of the UK
heraldscotland / Posted 21 days ago
recruited simply because of the £9,000 price tag attached to them." The Ucas figures also confirmed that record numbers of Scots have been accepted into university. So far, 28,130 Scots-domiciled students have secured a place at university - an... Read more
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Daily Mail
Now Hillary feels the Bern! Sanders is ahead in New Hampshirein order to compete for the party's presidential nomination, had been nipping a
Now Hillary feels the Bern! Sanders is ahead in New Hampshire
Daily Mail / Posted 22 days ago
in order to compete for the party's presidential nomination, had been nipping at her heels for weeks, bringing a 10 point gap down to a mere four points in a matter of weeks. The Boston Herald poll has Sanders clearly in the lead, however, and... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Invest in teachers to close attainment gap says DugdaleINVESTMENT in education is needed to close the attainment gap between rich and
Invest in teachers to close attainment gap says Dugdale
EveningTimes Online / Posted 23 days ago
INVESTMENT in education is needed to close the attainment gap between rich and poor children according to a Labour leadership hopeful. Kezia Dugdale said she wants to see more teachers and a reformed inspection system to improve leadership and... Read more
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heraldscotland
Dugdale calls for national primary school testing - even if it leads to league tablesinspections to be halted for a year to allow the introduction of a new regime m
Dugdale calls for national primary school testing - even if it leads to league tables
heraldscotland / Posted 23 days ago
inspections to be halted for a year to allow the introduction of a new regime measuring work to reduce the attainment gap. Help for children in care should also be at the heart of a the new inspection regime, she said. In a third key... Read more
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Scotsman
Insight: Why Scots face a language barrier Mandarin is being introduced to primary schoolchildren via the Confucius class
Insight: Why Scots face a language barrier
Scotsman / Posted 26 days ago
Mandarin is being introduced to primary schoolchildren via the Confucius classrooms initiative. Picture: Getty Our children’s lack of foreign language skills cry out for a shake-up in education policy, and... Read more
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heraldscotland
Revealed: indyref created a surge of support for the leftto issues like welfare and wealth redistribution. Most people in both countrie
Revealed: indyref created a surge of support for the left
heraldscotland / Posted a month ago
to issues like welfare and wealth redistribution. Most people in both countries fell in to the left half of the scale with Scots, overall, marginally more left-wing than the English. This repeats other such findings. However, Dr McAngus found that... Read more
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heraldscotland
Revealed: The referendum created a surge of support for the leftto issues like welfare and wealth redistribution. Most people in both countrie
Revealed: The referendum created a surge of support for the left
heraldscotland / Posted a month ago
to issues like welfare and wealth redistribution. Most people in both countries fell in to the left half of the scale with Scots, overall, marginally more left-wing than the English. This repeats other such findings. However, Dr McAngus found that... Read more
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heraldscotland
Revealed: Scotland's booming left in hard numbersto issues like welfare and wealth redistribution. Most people in both countrie
Revealed: Scotland's booming left in hard numbers
heraldscotland / Posted 1 months ago
to issues like welfare and wealth redistribution. Most people in both countries fell in to the left half of the scale with Scots, overall, marginally more left-wing than the English. This repeats other such findings. However, Dr McAngus found that... Read more
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