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3 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

10 things to do across Scotland this weekend

Cult Fife-based music collective and record label Fence mark Easter with another of their boutique music happenings.

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7 hrs ago | BBC News

John Muir Way ready to be unveiled

He's the Scot credited with helping to establish America's national parks. Now, more than a century later, John Muir is to be honoured at the opening of a long distance path which bears his name.

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11 hrs ago | Motherwell Today

Cannabis grower avoids jail

A man who grew cannabis plants at a house in Motherwell has been ordered to do 300 hours of unpaid community work.

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15 hrs ago | Carrick Today

Carrick's links to King Robert the Bruce are shown off

A carved oak chair that was once thought to belong to King Robert the Bruce is currently on display in Girvan's McKechnie Institute.

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19 hrs ago | The Daily Record

Coatbridge shooting: Man suffers leg wounds after being targeted in a park last night

THE driver, who was operating the busy Edinburgh-Glasgow Citylink service, claimed to be sorting the cash, not counting it when confronted by a concerned passenger.

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Yesterday | Evening Times

Shock over number of youngsters fed by city food banks

Glasgow also saw the highest number of desperate adults turn to food banks last year, 5672, according to figures from the Trussell Trust charity.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Sunday Herald

Salmond: Scotland would still build Navy ships after Yes vote

ALEX Salmond has given a clear guarantee that the Royal Navy would continue to build warships in an independent Scotland.

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Scotsman.com

Two still in hospital after Meow Meow drug death

TWO men remained in a stable condition in hospital last night following the death of a teenager from the illegal stimulant, mephedrone.

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East Bay Express

Under the Skin

Why are genre films so important? Because they feature exciting stylistic talent.

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Kirkintilloch Today

Energy firm complaints are on the rise, warns bureau

The Energy Ombudsman recently announced complaint levels about electricity and gas companies have more than trebled in the first quarter of 2014.

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Carluke Today

Golden Wedding couples invited to join council's celebrations

EVERY couple in Lanarkshire celebrating their Golden Wedding this year is being invited along to the county's annual celebrations.

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Evening Times

Man fell onto train track after assault in Drumchapel

Police say that a fight broke out on the Glasgow Central to Drumchapel train. When the train stopped at Drumchapel Station, the brawl continued on the platform.

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Buteman Today

Argyll and Bute parking powers set to change

Responsibility for handing out parking tickets in Argyll and Bute will pass from Police Scotland to the local council in May. Among the areas which could come under scrutiny is the south side of Victoria Street in Rothesay, where a notice states that parking is limited to 30-minute spells between 8am and 6pm Monday to Saturday, a restriction which, ... (more)

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

Kirkintilloch Today

Owner's warning after dog attack

A Bishopbriggs woman wants to warn fellow pet owners after her two Westies were injured in an unprovoked attack by another dog.

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Sunday Herald

Leader of a A 28m cigarette smuggling gang behind bars

THE Scots kingpin behind a 28 million cigarette smuggling ring has been jailed after a three-year probe by customs investigators.

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Sunday Herald

Police issue alert over MCAT drug after death of teenager

POLICE have issued a warning following the death of a teenager suspected of taking the illegal class B drug mephedrone, also known as MCAT.

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Hampshire Chronicle

Hammond hails 'precious' union

The UK's shared defence forces provide the "security and peace of mind" which underpin almost every area of the debate on Scottish independence, Defence Secretary Philip Hammond has said.

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Evening Times

Snap happy students are winners

Glasgow beat 29 other cities to win funding for the 24million programme from the Technology Strategy Board, the UK Government's innovation agency.

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The Daily Record

Paul McManus, 19, in court charged with stabbing Isabelle Sanders to death at her home in Glasgow

Interpol hunt: Daughter tells of agony over dad's disappearance as crimefighters step up bid to trace men who vanished without a trace STEFNIE Ewing, 28 - whose father Archibald disappeared in 2003 - is just one of many relatives who is desperate to find out what happened to her loved one.

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Computing.co.uk

Scottish ministers issue 30m tender for print services on behalf of public sector bodies

The Scottish government has issued a tender for print services on behalf of public-sector bodies including NHS Health Scotland, Transport Scotland and Glasgow City Council.

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