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1 hr ago | Sunday Herald
CHALLENGING ATTITUDES: The exhibition aims to encourage ordinary men to speak out against the exploitation of sex workers.
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5 hrs ago | Motherwell Today
Hiram Sturdy s daughter Mary Struthers and Re:Newarthill founder Linda Jane McLean look over some of his work held at North Lanarkshire Heritage Centre in Motherwell.
9 hrs ago | BBC News
The road was shut between the B828 and A814 Arrochar turn off at the Rest and Be Thankful car park at about 02:00.
13 hrs ago | Clyde 2
A second recovery came around five hours later when police stopped and searched a lorry on the M74 northbound at Elvanfoot, South Lanarkshire.
13 hrs ago | Sunday Herald
A PARADE by a controversial new group of Loyalists has been changed to avoid potential clashes during the League Cup Final, when over tens of thousands of football fans will flood into Glasgow.
16 hrs ago | The Daily Record
ROSDEEP Kular was taken under guard from Cornton Vale Prison to an undertakers in Kirkcaldy but was not present at tragic three-year-old's funeral yesterday.
PLANS are being drawn up to plant 250,000 trees on the slopes above the A83 to prevent landslips that have closed the road eight times in the past five years.
The trio of concepts from Volvo mark a new generation of design from the company under Senior Vice President of Design, Thomas Ingenlath All the new concepts feature Bridge of Weir leather, marking 30 years of Volvo specifying the fine Scottish leather for its flagship products Bridge of Weir, Scotland--March 4, 2014: Bridge of Weir, the UK's only ... (more)
If the 64,000 16 to 24-year-olds in Scotland who are out of work all stood in line, that line would be 38.5 miles long, according to the figures produced by the House of Commons library.
NEW figures show there are 64,000 16-24-year-olds on the scrapheap and if they all stood in line then their chain of misery would stretch from Glasgow to Stirling.
Shocking new statistics have revealed that staff at Wishaw General are three times as likely to suffer an attack by patients or other visitors than employees at other Lanarkshire hospitals.
Scotland should start its own currency instead of trying to forge a formal agreement to share sterling after independence, according to economic experts.
East Ren's trading standards team has warned residents and businesses to be aware of scammers offering to dispose of waste - for a hefty A 70. Police at Giffnock station were alerted recently when a resident paid to have their refuse removed, only to find it in the road - amounting to a case of illegal fly tipping which can be traced back to the ... (more)
SCOTTISH pupils with conditions such as autism and dyslexia are not getting the support they need because councils are failing to identify them, charities have warned.
Rangers chairman David Somers orders showdown with Dave King as he accuses him of attempting to push club back to the brink SOMERS slammed the South Africa-based businessman for releasing a series of "statements" and "innuendos" in the press - which he said were designed to cause maximum damage to the Ibrox club.
Family and friends of a well-loved Paisley grandmother who died of motor neurone disease are hosting a 1980s charity night this weekend to raise money in her memory.
The ancient world will meet the modern at Rothesay Library at the launch of a multi-media touring exhibition looking at the deserted settlements of Argyll and Bute and how these ruins came to be.