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TEMPERS have boiled over in the independence referendum campaign, with Better Together leader Alistair Darling becoming the latest target of abuse as he visited a mosque.
A CONCERT pianist accused of stalking author Janice Galloway told her he would walk into the sea with their young son, a court has heard.
It is understood the money will come from a 206m provision that RBS has already made for the private bank.
Blue paint has been used to vandalise the cliffs below Stirling's Wallace Monument in what is believed to have been a failed attempt to paint a sign connected to the Independence Referendum.
Officers received a call about a suspected incident at the Bank of Scotland branch on Clarkston Road, Muirend, at about 12:45.
Alex Salmond claimed a No vote in the Scottish independence referendum could see the country 'being dragged out of Europe' against its will The First Minister repeated his warning that a No vote in the Scottish independence referendum could see the country in danger of "being dragged out of Europe" against its will, due to Conservative proposals to ... (more)
The First Minister repeated his warning that a No vote in the Scottish independence referendum could see the country in danger of "being dragged out of Europe" against its will, due to Conservative proposals to hold a referendum on EU membership.
A Labour MP has been hit by an egg after being confronted by pro-independence supporters while campaigning ahead of the referendum.
The popular five days event is set to take place next month with Phil Cunningham and Aly Bain set to headline The five-day celebration of traditional music, song and dance gets underway on Wednesday, September 10, and runs until Sunday.
Danny and Banknock representative Brian McCabe called the council "b*****ds" at a pro-independence gathering, which featured former MSP Tommy Sheridan in the Songbird Bar in Dunipace two weeks ago.
"I fought the law and the law won." So goes the song originated by the Bobby Fuller Four and popularized by the Clash.
Residents living near Dart Energy's proposed gas extraction development at Airth face the threat of fracking on their doorstep, it has been claimed.
A Fife mother accused of murdering and abusing her toddler son has been freed on bail ahead of a likely trial.
The Royal Mail commissioned a study of the most desirable postcodes to live in England, Scotland and Wales to mark the 40th anniversary of the allocation of postcodes to every address in Britain.
If you had a boat, a bit of larceny in your heart, then the period of Prohibition in the United States must have seemed a dream come true.
Staff and inmates at Polmont Young Offenders Institution have displayed real commitment to remembering fallen servicemen of the First World War.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 02:40 am
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