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Let the Daily Record help you avoid the traffic jams and get you to where you need to be with our live traffic and weather blog We're checking up on the roads a little later today, but we're on hand to get the rest of you up, out and safely to work.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
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But more and more people are turning to them and they are, for whateven reason, becoming essential as people struggle with the constraints placed upon the economy.
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15th Annual Newport Beach Film Festival to Showcase Exclusive Screenings of British Cinema
Apr. 22, 2014 - NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. -- On Friday, April 25th, 2014 the 15th Annual Newport Beach Film Festival will present its UK Celebration , an evening of curated British cinema and fashion.
Missing man's body pulled from river
The body of a man who went missing after a night out has been pulled from the River Clyde in Glasgow.
Macmillan's sell-out a vital lesson for Scotland
Exactly 54 years ago protracted and angry discussions took place between American President Dwight Eisenhower and UK Prime Minister Harold Macmillan about the placing of the Polaris nuclear weapons system in Scotland.
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Irish dancing championships sees Asia's quickest feet square-off in Hong Kong
The jigIrish dancing has grown in popularity ever since several wildly popular stage shows went on tour in the 1990s.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Edinburgh-born singer-songwriter Fraser Anderson is now based in London, but having spent seven years living in France he is showing his affection for his former home by touring in a Citroen 2CV.
100 weeks of Scotland: Hydro-electric power
IT'S Good Friday, and it is the nicest day of the year so far. Not a single cloud intrudes upon the perfect cornflower blue of the sky.
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Picture special: South Lanarkshire Council celebrate 50th anniversary ...
LAUREN McDonald was hit in the face with a glass and stabbed in the forehead with a stiletto on a night out in Glasgow.
Group tells why hour-long outing every week makes them feel hours from the city
AS a heron lands on the bank and tucks in its wings, a hush descends on the opposite side of the canal.
Project takes Gorbals into vote for Best Place award
This view of the Crown Street development project in Gorbals shows the development that has changed the area's image Picture: Jamie Simpson The Glasgow community, just south of the Clyde, is battling against sites including Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, the West Highland Way and Edinburgh's Royal Mile.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Review: Danderlust: Dispatches From Unreported Scotland
Some day, when Peter Ross is old and grey and his grandchildren take down this book from the shelves, they'll have a lot of questions to ask him.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Referendum race on knife edge as No support slides
ALEX Salmond is on the brink of securing a historic victory in the referendum, according to an exclusive poll suggesting Yes Scotland needs a swing of just over 2 per cent to win independence.
Scarlett Johansson surprises 'Under the Skin'
We all knew it would come to this. Artificial intelligences, superheroes and now aliens from beyond the stars? Perhaps Scarlett Johansson has simply superseded portraying regular old people in favor of the wholly digital, the post-human and, in Jonathan Glazer's cool, disturbing and moving science-fiction film "Under the Skin," a sometimes ... (more)
Graffiti teenager admits to 18 charges
A PROLIFIC Glasgow graffiti artist is facing detention after admitting a string of vandalism charges racking up almost 7000 of damage.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Clyde out to expand network as sales rise
THE managing director of Clyde Property has plans to extend the company's branch network again this year amid growing volumes of property sales.