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Inside great designer homes: Lifestyle blogger Ronda Rice Carman gives everyone house envy
Oh, how we love looking at the way other people live, our curiosity sated with home tours, design magazines and now a glam coffee table book that takes us into the private realms of renowned designers from across the country - Designers at Home: Personal Reflections on Stylish Living.
Tue May 21, 2013
Homes with spare bedrooms get taxed in Britain, pay or get evicted
Bedroom Tax Evictions have started this week in the United Kingdom. The British Welfare Reform Act of 2012 modified the benefits offered by the British Social Security System.
Fraudster to carry out unpaid work
A former Royal Mail worker who admitted embezzling A 45,000 has been given a community payback order and told to carry out 225 hours of unpaid work.
Mon May 20, 2013
11m Games upgrade station is back on track
Services to and from Dalmar-nock were back on track after problems with ground work derailed a 11million upgrade ahead of the 2014 Common-wealth Games.
Gerald Warner: Yes, Scottish Nationalism Does have an ugly face
The mobbing of Nigel Farage by extreme left nationalists in Edinburgh has exposed to the rest of Britain what the UKIP leader calls the 'ugly face' of Scottish separatism.
Sun May 19, 2013
The Daily Record
Mortuary worker accused of removing identification tags from body in an attempt to smear colleagues
SHARON Conway is claiming unfair dismissal at an employment tribunal and says other bodies were wrongly tagged in the past.
Thu May 16, 2013
Cape Cod Times
Ken Loach's 'Angels' Share' a gem
It comes as no surprise to read on imdb.com that British director Ken Loach has said the movie that inspired him most to become a filmmaker was Vittorio De Sica's heartbreaking "Bicycle Thieves." Set in post-World War II Rome, De Sica's 1948 Italian neorealist classic involves an Everyman, unemployed for years, who finally gets a job, but it ... (more)
Wed May 15, 2013
Ex-prosecutor had indecent images
Stuart MacFarlane, 45, from Glasgow, was caught with almost 15,000 images at his former family home in Eaglesham, East Renfrewshire, on 28 December 2012.
Cops' call over sex assault
DETECTIVES have released an e-fit image of a man they want to speak to in connection with a sexual assault on a young woman.
City's 10m to truck waste to private dump
The city which has just been ordered to close its own dump in Cathkin, South Lanarkshire has signed a 2 million annual contract with the Greengairs tip, one of Scotland's biggest, near Airdrie.
Tue May 14, 2013
E-fit of Glasgow sex attack suspect
Police have issued an image of a man they want to trace in connection with a sexual assault on a woman in Glasgow.
Scottish News: Scottish rail stations to get wifi
All of ScotRail's class 380 trains will also have wifi by March next year, according to a joint announcement by ScotRail and Transport Scotland.
Glasgow in bid to be top of the shops
THE city centre is to get a major boost to ensure it remains the busiest shopping centre outside London's West End.
HOMETIMES: New Dawn rises for the village people
But when children come along, only a 'grown-up' home with a back and front door and garden will do.
Mon May 13, 2013
Ryan Gosling Won't Eat His Cereal, Becomes Internet and Vine Sensation
Ryan Gosling is famous enough to not need the internet to gain fame, but recently, someone created a series of videos on Twitter's Vine showing how he doesn't want to eat his cereal.
Park life in the city
The sheer extent of its parkland must surely be the envy of other major cities across Scotland and the rest of Britain.
Scottish News: Brown 'wants social justice union'
Former prime minister Gordon Brown has returned to the political front line to make a "positive, principled, forward-looking case" for Scotland to stay in the UK.
Jose Gonzalez: Health is The Most Important Thing
Upon his arrival at the airport, as he landed back to Puerto Rico, lightweight contender Jose "Chelo" Gonzalez discussed Saturday's ninth round TKO loss to WBO lightweight champion Ricky Burns in Glasgow, Scotland.
Thieves steal two tonnes of charity clothes
Crooks believed to have been armed with specialised cutting gear broke into five clothing banks in East Kilbride, Lanarkshire, including one at Kingsgate Retail Park, over the bank holiday weekend.
Sun May 12, 2013