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Around 200 police officers attended an island memorial for Constable Tony Collins, who was killed when the force aircraft crashed through the roof of a pub.
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A woman who won 3 million on the National Lottery has admitted she is so bored since landing her jackpot win she is ready to return to work.
PERFORMANCE: Inmates at Polmont Young Offenders Institution have been preparing for their release in music workshops held by rapper Marc Pawson, aka Mcfree.
THE cause of the helicopter crash that claimed nine lives when the aircraft smashed into the roof of a pub remains a mystery after air accident investigators said there was no evidence the tragedy was due to "major mechanical disruption".
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HITLER'S memoirs, gruesome novels on serial killers and the Fifty Shades Of Grey trilogy were among the books borrowed by Scotland's prison inmates this year, officials have revealed.
TEARFUL and heart-breaking tributes were yesterday paid to the pilot killed in the Glasgow helicopter crash by his father, fiance and friends, as the first funeral of the nine victims of the Clutha tragedy took place.
James Collins struck a dramatic late equaliser to rescue a Scottish Premiership point for Terry Butcher against Partick in his first home match in charge of Hibernian.
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) ROYAL Bank of Scotland said its websites were victims of a cyber attack that left some customers unable to access their accounts in the group's second computer crash in less than a week.
The substantial upgrade of Dalmarnock Station, in Glasgow's East End, includes a new entrance, ticket office, lifts and footbridge.
GLASGOW'S council boss today signalled he would accept the closure of one of two Clyde yards if workers believed this was the best way to protect Glasgow shipbuilding.
The former Lord Provost of Glasgow met the South African freedom campaigner in 1993 when Mandela came to Scotland to receive the Freedom of the City of Glasgow.
Thousands of Britain's poorest people "will be dead before they can retire" if sweeping pension reforms are not matched by urgent action on health inequalities between rich and poor, experts have said.
A WAR hero who survived some of the most terrifying battles of the second world war is part of a pilot scheme to tackle isolation.