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FIONA Watt had been given just two years to live. She only wished to see her daughters grow up a little more.
Edinburgh lights up during the Virgin Money Fireworks Concert, the traditional closing act in the city's busy festival calendar The Scottish capital's festival season has been brought to a close with a display of hundreds of thousands of fireworks lighting up Edinburgh Castle.
S2 Arbroath High School pupils have won First Prize in a national competition organised by Scottish Engineering and sponsored by the Weir Group entitled A Vision of the Future for Scotland s Engineering and Manufacturing Industries .
This year's Angus Heritage Week will open with the Tayroots Family History Day at Dundee & Angus College in Arbroath on September 5. This event will provide a wealth of opportunities to find out more about how to trace a family tree, unearth information about ancestors or discover more about Angus' fascinating local history.
Ruminations over the idea of an Arbroath Farmer's Market may not loiter in the passages of Facebook after the call for a volunteer was answered.
Joanne Price is an angry woman as she faces having her benefits cut if she doesn't find work...despite being disabled.
A recent survey revealed that cardiovascular disease kills fewer people under the age of 75 in the district than in any other part of the country.
Edinburgh 12.12.06 The Union Jack, Scottish Saltire and the European Union flags flying outside the Scottish Parliament Pic Neil Hanna With just three weeks to go until Scotland decides its future, we look at another key issue in the independence referendum.
Kyle Robertson: Personally I don't think either side of the indy referendum has made a good enough job of providing us with the right level of information to make a fully informed choice.
As students head back to school, WMTW News 8 has been taking a closer look at Common Core education standards and how those standards are being implemented.
It was inspired by the former Chinese consul general Madame Guo Guifang, and unveiled in April 2006 to strengthen links between the two countries.
Officers received a call about a suspected incident at the Bank of Scotland branch on Clarkston Road, Muirend, at about 12:45.
Forfar Community Council has spoken out against suggestions that the Balmashanner War Memorial could be made to stand out more.
Alex Salmond claimed a No vote in the Scottish independence referendum could see the country 'being dragged out of Europe' against its will The First Minister repeated his warning that a No vote in the Scottish independence referendum could see the country in danger of "being dragged out of Europe" against its will, due to Conservative proposals to ... (more)
RECORD VIEW says for anyone, politician or not, to be called a Quisling because of their honestly-held beliefs in the referendum is an affront to democracy.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 02:01 am
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