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A football thug who was part of a 30-strong mob that brought a Scottish Cup tie to a halt has been spared a prison sentence.
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A TRAVEL firm which organises holidays to troubled destinations such as North Korea and Kosovo is reporting strong interest in its latest package holiday to Scotland.
An exhibition showcasing the best of England, from the Beatles to Bakewell pudding, will open on St George's Day.
Every April the country's top patissiers and chocolatiers prove they can be just as outlandish as they unveil their annual collection of chocolate Easter eggs.
In "J'Aime London," published this week by Hardie Grant Books, Alain Ducasse lists restaurants, pubs and cafes to visit in the city that's home to his three-Michelin-star establishment.
Author and journalist Tom Zoellner is a boy visiting his grandmother on a rainy summer evening in a small Kansas town when the moan of a train whistle first beckons him.
As a child, Patricia Routledge was a fan of boarding-school stories. Accordingly, by the time she was eight, she had hatched a plan to become a terribly avant-garde headmistress in a girls' school who would drive a red sports car and have romances all over Europe during the holidays.
The chief executive of Edinburgh Airport has hit out at state support for other airports, claiming it is "distorting" competition.
The results of a new YouGov poll reveals that more than half of Scottish women say a successful shopping trip makes them feel great, while 18% of men agree.
Easter doesn't have to mean devouring one egg after another without pause for breath, writes Laura Williams.
Father-of-two Stephen Baker will tackle a four-day cycle ride from London to Paris to raise money for his youngest son Ollie, who needs an operation to help him walk.
Whether you're a cycling fan or not, the advice being given out ahead of the Giro d'Italia's arrival in the town next month is 'be prepared'.
Miss Eden, 22, from Abingdon, was kicked out of the contest for tweeting an "implied topless" photo of herself for breast cancer awareness campaign #coppafeel.
Collier's appearance at a comedy show on the eve of International Women's Day was cancelled because they had "too many women" on the bill Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.
Eurostar passenger Gavin Leisfield said there were no Eurostar staff at the station to help and police were guarding the check-in desk The BBC's Paul Moss, who was waiting for a Eurostar train in Paris, said the scene there was "extraordinary chaos".
The Orlando Eye, the 400 foot-tall observation wheel being built on International Drive, should be ready for opening by the spring of 2015.