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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.
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6 hrs ago | Arbroath Herald
Tayside Safety Camera Partnership continues to target safety camera activity at sites with a history of collisions and evidence of speeding drivers.
11 hrs ago | Sunday Herald
ENGINEERS battled high winds, road closures and fallen trees as they tried to restore electricity at thousands of households across the country.
The short-term future of a much loved Arbroath youth organisation has been assured thanks to a a flurry of fund-raising and grants.
DRIVERS in Bolton are less likely to drive under the influence of drink and drugs than other areas, according to new figures.
SOME flood warnings have been lifted across Scotland after a storm with winds of up to 142mph battered the country.
TENS of thousands of homes have been without power and residents have been warned to stay away from coastal paths in some areas today as hurricane-force gusts of up to 142mph battered the north of Britain.
The Prince of Wales is to meet some of the emergency services workers who were involved in the Glasgow helicopter crash operation.
High winds and the sea batter the Antrim coast road, in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013.
Two armed raiders who held up a Fife store have been sentenced to four years and eight months each in jail.
Hurricane-force gusts hit Britain on Thursday, halting trains, disrupting air travel and leaving tens of thousands of homes without electricity.
EMILY McLeod was just 14 when she helped the 25-year-old man who had been struck by a bottle at a train station in Glasgow.
Protestors from Unison joined East Kilbride MP Michael McCann to campaign against proposed cuts to police public counter opening times.
Scots actor Colin McCredie also joined in with the numerous jokes on Twitter saying: "Only in Glasgow would a train be delayed by a trampoline on the line!!" Fed up passengers who had only been travelling for five minutes from Glasgow's Queen Street station registered their shock at the incident on social media.