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Ex-SPL goalie caught out after having a three-year affair is left...
Ex-SPL goalie caught out after having a three-year affair is left disfigured after being battered by lover's raging husband MARK NEWTON launched a brutal assault on ex-Hearts and Falkirk star Myles Hogarth after finding out about his affair with wife Janet and left the Camelon Juniors player with severe injuries.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Mirror Christmas appeal: We're banking on YOU to send out lifeline parcels to the needy
We are aiming to get food to 60,000 people who would otherwise wake up on Christmas Day with nothing to eat Food banks across the country yesterday prepared to send out lifeline parcels to the needy as you - our generous readers - backed the Sunday Mirror's Christmas campaign.
Salute to a hero
TEARFUL and heart-breaking tributes were yesterday paid to the pilot killed in the Glasgow helicopter crash by his father, fiance and friends, as the first funeral of the nine victims of the Clutha tragedy took place.
Malcolm Fraser: Assault on green belt must be resisted
There is no excuse for devouring fields when brownfield sites provide space for family homes in the city, writes Malcolm Fraser PREPARE yourselves planners, councillors and the people of Edinburgh in general, for the Murray Estates "Garden District" public relations onslaught is about to turn the volume up to 11. The first stages of an eventual ... (more)
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Cyber attack on bank hits customers [Evening Times (Glasgow, Scotland)]
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.
Safety camera locations
Tayside Safety Camera Partnership continues to target safety camera activity at sites with a history of collisions and evidence of speeding drivers.
Viva Mandela: activists from across Scotland gather to celebrate great man's life
HUNDREDS of people poured into Glasgow's city centre on Friday night for a memorial service celebrating the life of Nelson Mandela.
No yard closure fight if city shipbuilding saved
GLASGOW'S council boss today signalled he would accept the closure of one of two Clyde yards if workers believed this was the best way to protect Glasgow shipbuilding.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
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Thousands still without power as army of engineers battle to overcome arctic storm damage
ENGINEERS battled high winds, road closures and fallen trees as they tried to restore electricity at thousands of households across the country.
Thousands in U.K. face another day of flooding after powerful storm moves across Europe
Emergency workers attend the scene of a fatal truck accident as a lorry sits on top of two cars near Bathgate, Scotland, after strong winds hit the region early Thursday Dec. 5, 2013.
Funding reprieve for CAFE Project
The short-term future of a much loved Arbroath youth organisation has been assured thanks to a a flurry of fund-raising and grants.
Bolton's relatively low drink and drug driving rate
DRIVERS in Bolton are less likely to drive under the influence of drink and drugs than other areas, according to new figures.
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Weather alerts still in place as Scotland begins recovery after being battered by 142mph storm
SOME flood warnings have been lifted across Scotland after a storm with winds of up to 142mph battered the country.
25 readers' designs for a new union jack
After our piece on possible alternatives to the union jack in the event of Scottish independence, many readers decided to design their own.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Two killed in storm as winds cause chaos across 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.
Charles to meet air crash workers
The Prince of Wales is to meet some of the emergency services workers who were involved in the Glasgow helicopter crash operation.
Fierce storm lashes Europe; at least 3 dead
High winds and the sea batter the Antrim coast road, in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013.
Armed raiders jailed for robbery
Two armed raiders who held up a Fife store have been sentenced to four years and eight months each in jail.
One dead as storms lash Scotland
Emergency workers attend the scene of a fatal truck accident as a lorry sits on top of two cars near Bathgate, Scotland, after strong winds hit the region.
Hurricane-force gusts hit UK, epic tidal surge looms; NW Europe braces for high winds, floods
Hurricane-force gusts hit Britain on Thursday, halting trains, disrupting air travel and leaving tens of thousands of homes without electricity.