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2014/12/21 03:09
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He added: "It is hugely disappointing that after so many years of positive industry engagement and supposed planning reform, we are still … fighting for a system which encourages and facilitates...
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2014/12/21 03:09
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The largest numbers of such families were in Glasgow (471), followed by Edinburgh (281) and South Lanarkshire (175). LibDem MSP Jim Hume urged the Scottish Government to build more homes for social...
2014/12/19 11:02
2014/12/19 11:02
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John James Reilly, 58, was serving a life sentence after slitting a man's throat when he was freed on temporary licence from HMP Leyhill near Bristol in August and failed to return. He was finally...
2014/12/16 00:46
2014/12/16 00:46
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Terra Firma, the private equity firm headed by Guy Hands, is considering the sale of its 68.6 per cent interest in Infinis Energy, the renewables specialist that it floated last year. The holding is...
2014/12/15 10:45
2014/12/15 10:45
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Where Are They Now - Tommy Gallogley This edition in the Where Are They Now series takes a look at the career of forward Tommy Gallogley. TOMMY GALLOGLEY - Born 9th April 1890 Larkhall, South...
2014/12/15 00:12
2014/12/15 00:12
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Louise Bradley from St Anthony's Primary School, Rutherglen, won the overall prize for her innovative design: No Gaming, No Texting, While Crossing. She receives £100, an individual trophy and her...
2014/12/12 13:09
2014/12/12 13:09
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But colleges had requested a total of £14.7 million to top up bursary and childcare funds, leaving a shortfall of £11.2 million - up by 128% from £4.2 million last year Robert Foster, NUS Scotland...
2014/12/10 01:09
2014/12/10 01:09
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Ten Rangers fans have appeared in court charged in connection with a sectarian incident at Livingston's football ground. They appeared at Livingston Sheriff Court on an undertaking following an...
2014/12/10 00:45
2014/12/10 00:45
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THE number of homicides in Scotland has sunk to its lowest level in nearly 40 years driven by a falling murder rate in the country’s largest city. Figures from the chief statistician show there were...
2014/12/08 06:08
2014/12/08 06:08
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THIS is Evelyn Buchan – a cancer victim aged 59 forced into a “pauper’s grave”. Evelyn’s family claim brutal Con-Dem benefit cuts led her to her heartbreaking final destination – an unmarked council...
2014/12/08 01:09
2014/12/08 01:09
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THE transparency of Scotland??s largest public transport partnership has been called into question after a senior executive was able to hand nearly £5 million worth of contracts to a bus firm where...
2014/12/07 02:45
2014/12/07 02:45
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IT IS a frenetic, dynamic time to be living in Scotland – politically, culturally and in many other aspects of public life. Nearly three months since the momentous indyref, Scotland is still gripped...
2014/12/06 07:12
2014/12/06 07:12
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Youngsters from Trinity High School and Stonelaw High School, in Rutherglen, South Lanarkshire, took part in Get into Engineering, an education and industry scheme. Since September this year, six...
2014/12/06 07:12
2014/12/06 07:12
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Four people were collared between midnight and 6am, while Glasgow's first arrest was made at 8.30am yesterday. One of Scotland's top cops branded anyone who drinks and drives as having a "complete...
2014/11/29 03:09
2014/11/29 03:09
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The proposal has been put forward by Iain Stewart, the Scots- born Conservative MP for Milton Keynes South, as a quick and simple answer to the West Lothian question. It came as the dispute over Evel...
2014/11/28 03:09
2014/11/28 03:09
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Mr McKenzie had sold his debt collection agency Mackenzie Hall Holdings Ltd for £33.5 million to a US-based company January 2012,. However he had eventually left to work for a rival in breach of an...
2014/11/27 03:09
2014/11/27 03:09
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For much of that time, there have been stories of painful cuts to council services, and local authorities will be quick to blame the council tax freeze, originally intended as a temporary measure but...
2014/11/25 14:08
2014/11/25 14:08
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The body of a 73-year-old man was pulled from the water at a loch in Stewartfield this morning. A local dog walker made the grim discovery at 8.10am at James Hamilton Heritage Park. It is not known...
2014/11/25 07:12
2014/11/25 07:12
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Police seized drugs worth around £250,000 after three raids in a single day. Officers recovered the massive haul of more than 300 cannabis plants when they swooped on an industrial unit in...
2014/11/22 13:12
2014/11/22 13:12
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Fr William Nolan, 60, will become the new Bishop of Galloway, taking over from Bishop John Cunningham, who has held the post since 2004. The bishop-elect has been the parish priest of Our Lady of...
2014/12/21 03:09
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