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1 hr ago | Fife Now
Work has been ongoing to enhance the quality of greenspace, particularly in the town parks, and the progress has been welcomed by councillor Neil Crooks, chairman of Kirkcaldy Area Committee.
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5 hrs ago | Midlothian Today
Launching a new council and NHS partnership, Health Secretary Alex Neil recently visited a housing facility for older people in Penicuik.
10 hrs ago | Eastlothian Today
Restorick was jailed for ten years in 2002 after conning retired civil servant Ralph Pride out of A 454,000 in what was described at the time as the worst deception of the elderly ever brought before a Scottish court.
Revealed: Mum tells of anguish as teenage son was left just hours from death after doctors TWICE failed to spot brain tumours STUART Hutchison, 19, from Clackmannan, was left just 24 hours from death after GPs blamed his headaches and dizzy spells on an ear infection.
CAB cases have increased by 77% across the region over the last three years and have resulted in a plea for an army of volunteers to join its ranks to help the vulnerable.
Alliance Trust Plc, a Scotland-based investment manager, has begun preparations for a possible move to England ahead of the Scottish independence referendum, adding to evidence of corporate unease over the looming vote.
SUPPORTERS from both sides were involved in a fight in Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, after England beat Scotland 3-2 on August 14. FIVE football supporters have been arrested in connection with a brawl following last summer's England-Scotland friendly at Wembley.
A man has been rescued from a 4x4 which was submerged in water up to its windows on a flooded road, fire service officials said.
Maizie Fraser, aged 4, who attends Alehousewells Nursery in Kemnay, was representing Inverurie at the ModelScotland UK contest that was held in the Ponds Hotel, Glasgow on Sunday, .
Victims of hate crime across Aberdeenshire are being urged to make their voices heard and report incidents to the police through a new Scottish Government campaign.
The 82nd Arbroath Musical Festival will open with a bang next week thanks to the talents of young percussionists in Angus and Dundee.
ROSDEEP Kular was taken under guard from Cornton Vale Prison to an undertakers in Kirkcaldy but was not present at tragic three-year-old's funeral yesterday.
Planning chiefs are being urged to rein in management at Musselburgh Racecourse to prevent further unauthorised development on the site.
A PARADE by a controversial new group of Loyalists has been changed to avoid potential clashes during the League Cup Final, when over tens of thousands of football fans will flood into Glasgow.
Richard Gibson s painting was inspired by his own experience of warfare and the music of John Lennon.
Pupils at Arbroath High School have been taking part in the ARCH Project to run a foodbank.
Residents in Brechin and across Tayside are being urged to be on vigilant against telephone fraud following a number of scams in the area.