Friday Apr 18
Birds of a Feather star Lesley Joseph reveals how Dorien changed her life
The actress best known for playing man-eater Dorien Green is currently touring in the risque stage musical Hot Flush "You just woke me up - I've been in a deep sleep," she informs me, although she sounds far from annoyed at being risen from her slumber.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Paedophile jailed over repeat abuse
A man who repeatedly raped and sexually assaulted a young girl handed himself in because he wanted his victim to have justice, a court has heard.
Annual report gives thumbs up to Kirkcaldy4All
While national chains have collapsed and pulled out, the heartbeat of the town remains strong, according to the annual report from Kirkcaldy4All.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Ukip left most out of pocket after Holyrood by-elections
THE UK Independence Party has emerged as the biggest financial loser in all three of Holyrood's recent by-elections.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
A 400,000 funding for Youth arts hubs to let local talent shine ...
It was announced this week that A 400,000 has been allocated to help support youth arts provision in the Kingdom as part of Scotland's national youth arts strategy, 'Time to Shine'.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Scottish tea plantation flourishing
Talk of tea plantations usually conjures up images of Indian hillsides and Sri Lankan glens, but Scottish cuppas will soon include leaves grown in Highland Perthshire.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Specialist trauma centre to be set up at the Southern General
A new network of specialist trauma centres will provide life-saving treatment to around 1,200 patients a year in Scotland, the Health Secretary said.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Activists hit out at new plan to axe school
Parents said Fife Council was "running roughshod" over laws intended to stop local authorities making repeated attempts to shut schools.
Family pay tribute to 'beautiful' Hazel
The family of a missing teenager who was found dead in a park have said they will always remember her "fun-loving smile".
Tue Mar 25, 2014
VIDEO: House of Commons
Scottish constituencies should be prevented from taking part in the 2015 general election if Scotland votes "yes" for independence in the forthcoming referendum, a Conservative has argued.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
Police cordon off part of park in search for missing Hazel, 19
Hazel North, 19, from the Cairneyhill area of Dunfermline, last contacted her sister on March 4 and told her she was travelling to meet a friend in Kilmarnock.
Sat Mar 22, 2014
'Sighting' of missing teenager reported
DETECTIVES hunting a "vulnerable" missing Scots teenager last seen by her family more than two weeks ago are pinning their hopes on claims that she may have been spotted in Stranraer.
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Wife-beating ex MSP Bill Walker out of jail just six months into his sentence
Shamed former MSP Bill Walker released from jail after serving half of year-long sentence for catalogue of domestic abuse THE disgraced former SNP MSP was driven away from the prison gates in a car driven by his current wife, June.