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"I fought the law and the law won." So goes the song originated by the Bobby Fuller Four and popularized by the Clash.
The MP for East Renfrewshire was addressing locals as part of his 100 Towns In 100 Days tour of Scotland for Better Together .
THE Scotch whisky business is all about timing, ruminates Jim, a distiller at Glengoyne, a 181-year-old outfit not far from Glasgow.
The insects are being housed in two insulated hives designed to keep them warm during the winter on the flat roof of the City Chambers.
If you had a boat, a bit of larceny in your heart, then the period of Prohibition in the United States must have seemed a dream come true.
A concerned couple have written to the head of Waitrose because they are worried about road safety at the entrance to a new branch.
A gas leak on a North Sea platform has led to Shell being served with a prohibition notice by the Health and Safety Executive .
A group of 130 business leaders in Scotland have signed an open letter arguing that the case for independence from Britain has not been made.
A politician who has been subjected to racial abuse online has been told police have halted the investigation because social media giant Twitter would not co-operate.
ONLY a third of council-run nurseries in Scotland's largest local authority are offering wrap-around care for working families, according to campaigners.
People's Choice Award at this year's Art Beyond the Divide show named in memory of a supportive brother.
Can lightning strike twice? Or for that matter, 13 times - on one record? When it comes to his sophomore album, Green Language, Russell "Rustie" Whyte definitely thinks so.
A woman who came across a fatal crash in which her son died has been awarded A 231,000 in damages after a judge ruled she was a secondary victim.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 01:10 am
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