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3 hrs ago | Arbroath Herald

In the market for a farmers market?

Arbroath Online captured all the reactions and responses from locals and visitors to the idea that the town could host a regular farmers or continental food market.

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5 hrs ago | Thorne Today

Ex-Royal Marine set to drop into Doncaster on gruelling bike ride

A former Royal Marine wheeled into Doncaster as part of a gruelling 550 mile bike ride between Scotland and Portsmouth.

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6 hrs ago | ABC News

Gordon Highlander 'may be first Australian-born casualty of WWI'

An officer fighting with a Scottish regiment may soon be recognised as the first Australian-born casualty of World War I. New details have emerged indicating Lieutenant Leslie Richmond, born in Victoria, died at the Battle of Mons on August 23, 1914 while serving with the 1st Gordon Highlanders.

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Related Topix: Australia, Oceania, World News, United Kingdom,

10 hrs ago | Evening Times

Rangers keeper Steve bids to banish bad memory

Goalkeeper coach Jim Stewart keeps a close eye on Steve Simonsen as he goes through his routine at Murray Park With Ibrox No.1 Cammy Bell out with a shoulder injury, deputy Simonsen is set to retain his place between the sticks for the visit of Dumbarton this afternoon.

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Fri Aug 22, 2014

Arbroath Herald

Refuse refusal confuses Kenna

Keen recycler and conscientious of waste disposal, Arbroath resident Kenna Balion's bin was refused pick up from St Vigean's Road, Arbroath last Wednesday.

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BBC News

McLeish: 'Voting No is difficult'

Speaking on BBC Radio Scotland's The Big Debate, Mr McLeish insisted he would still vote to maintain the Union.

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Newsday

People held in serious crime raid

A spokesman for the Easdale brothers, who have tabled a bid for the Ferguson shipyard in Port Glasgow, said they felt Jim McColl of Clyde Blowers would be best-placed to take over the Ferguson yard.

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Related Topix: Europe, World News, United Kingdom, Strathclyde County, Scotland, Grampian County, Scotland,

The Daily Record

Historic hotel gutted by blaze

Volunteer firefighters from Glenshee and Kirkmichael were joined by retained personnel from Blairgowrie, Braemar, Alyth, Pitlochry, Kirriemuir and Balmossie, as well as a full-time crew from Dundee, after the alarm was raised at 4am on Monday.

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Shelter Island Reporter

Gardening with Galligan: What's in a name?

This last term is used in reference to both men and women, although the term plantswoman occasionally appears, as well as plantsperson, both of which seem somewhat absurd.

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Related Topix: Home Gardening, Home, United Kingdom, World News,

Arbroath Herald

New cafe cuts the 'Mustard'

On Tuesday the doors opened for the first time to Missy Mustard, a new cafe on Commerce Street.

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Related Topix: Life, Food, Italian Cuisine, World News, United Kingdom,

Thu Aug 21, 2014

The Daily Record

Villagers furious at bus route changes

A protest attended by around 100 disgruntled passengers spanning a range of ages demanded that Perth-based Stagecoach re-think re-routing of the number 7 service.

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Forfar Today

Top award for Greig at graduation

Greig Baxter , son of Duncan and Diann Baxter, Prior Road, Forfar, graduated with a BA in Musical Theatre from The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow where he won the top award for Musical Theatre.

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Related Topix: World News, United Kingdom, Strathclyde County, Scotland,

The Baltimore Sun

Scottish nationalists look to broaden independence debate beyond currency

With less than a month to go until Scotland votes on independence, nationalists are seeking to broaden the debate away from a difficult focus on what currency would be used after breaking from the United Kingdom.

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Related Topix: Europe, World News, United Kingdom, Alistair Darling,

Wed Aug 20, 2014

Brechin Today

Decision to deny debate condemned by councillor

An Brechin Councillor has said he feels that democracy is "dead" in Angus following the failure of a motion at an Angus Council meeting.

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Scotsman.com

Scottish family names: Famous Bruces

ROBERT the Bruce, one of the most famous Scots in history, has been at the centre of a rather contemporary issue in Scotland of late.

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Related Topix: Europe, World News, United Kingdom, Country, Pop/Rock, The Cream

Tue Aug 19, 2014

BBC News

Peak time rail fares rise by 2.5%

The increase is based on the Retail Price Inflation figure for July, at which level the Scottish government had said it would cap increases.

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Related Topix: Sports, Summer Olympic, Louis Smith, Olympics, Summer Olympics, Olympic Gymnastics

BBC News

Health checks find ward improvements

However, it had concerns about the standard of cleanliness of mattresses in the accident and emergency department and ordered action there.

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BBC News

Gaelic broadcaster secures new funds

MG Alba was set up to ensure that high-quality Gaelic television programmes are made available to viewers in Scotland.

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Related Topix: Europe, World News, United Kingdom, Highland County, Scotland, Central County, Scotland, Strathclyde County, Scotland,

BBC News

Appeal after man robbed outside bank

A man has been assaulted and robbed of a four-figure sum of cash outside a bank in central Glasgow.

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Related Topix: Central County, Scotland, Strathclyde County, Scotland, Europe, World News, United Kingdom, Highland County, Scotland,

Sunday Herald

Healthcare becomes the battleground as poll nears

SCOTLAND'S NHS has become the latest referendum battleground with Alex Salmond urging Scots to vote Yes to save it from the consequences of Westminster's "privatisation drive" while David Cameron accused the First Minister of a desperate move that showed he was losing the argument.

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