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A multi-billion pound conglomerate heavily involved in the regeneration of Glasgow is among the UK's most aggressive tax avoiders.
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Yesterday | Evening Times
GLASGOW'S popularity as a movie location is set to soar after a report highlighted a city site as the ideal location for Scotland's first major studio.
I knew it wasn't going to be easy doing a five-day juice detox and avoiding eating lots of lovely Scottish treats.
Do not be seduced by this woman! But do go to see Scarlett Johansson in this murderous sci-fi film A radio bulletin in Jonathan Glazer's grippingly eerie, intriguing and unsettling film tells us that this is a big year for Scotland: the Commonwealth Games, the Ryder Cup and the referendum on independence will all attract a great deal of public ... (more)
The name of a former Rathfriland man who died serving in the First World War is to be added to a War Memorial.
The Book Review: Bearing the People Away: The Portable Highland Clearances Companion.
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Celtic Thunder are deeply saddened to announce the loss of principal singer George Donald son , who passed away Wednesday, 12th March 2014 at his home in Glasgow, Scotland.
How long do you have to make a good first impression? About half a second, new research has revealed.
A CHILD was taken to hospital and five other people were evacuated after an early morning blaze took hold in a north Glasgow tenement.
Mortal Kombat: Teenager in coma after taking deadly pill wakes up and tells his mum 'I'm sorry and I love you' Jack Blades, 16, is thought to have taken a red Mortal Kombat tablet like those linked to the death of schoolgirl Regane MacColl.
The A726 has been ranked alongside the worst highways on the planet - which include clifftop single track roads with deadly drops in Pakistan to carriageways plagued by gun-toting bandits in Mexico.
TOUGH CHOICES: The decision on the changes will be Archbishop Philip Tartaglia's.
Flags were taken to the top of the UK's four highest peaks by four charities - Help for Heroes , Walking with the Wounded , Cancer Research UK and Fields of Life .