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2 hrs ago | BBC News
Officers received a call about a suspected incident at the Bank of Scotland branch on Clarkston Road, Muirend, at about 12:45.
6 hrs ago | Kirriemuir Today
Forfar Community Council has spoken out against suggestions that the Balmashanner War Memorial could be made to stand out more.
11 hrs ago | Wandsworth Guardian
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)
12 hrs ago | The Daily Record
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.
Two weeks ago, the future of the venerable Ferguson shipyard at Port Glasgow looked bleak indeed when it collapsed into administration.
A Fife mother accused of murdering and abusing her toddler son has been freed on bail ahead of a likely trial.
Organisers Ann Wood and Christine May, who both live locally, had hoped that 'Promenade the Promenade' would take place in October, when the work was originally scheduled to end.
RESEMBLING nothing so much as a pair of irritable golfers yelling at each other in the clubhouse bar, on August 25th the leaders of Scotland's pro- and anti-independence camps collided in the second of two televised debates.
A gas leak on a North Sea platform has led to Shell being served with a prohibition notice by the Health and Safety Executive .
PROSECUTORS are considering whether to charge four people in connection with alleged fraud at what was formerly one of Scotland's largest colleges.
At a 'behind closed doors' meeting of Angus Council yesterday , elected members backed plans for the sale of a prominent Forfar town centre site to national pub chain JD Wetherspoon.
Community rowing in Musselburgh is moving forward at a rate of knots with the help of lottery funding of 10,000.
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.
Police in Angus are appealing for information following a number a break-ins to lock ups and sheds in recent days.
There are of course the unanswered questions - how much energy can be generated, when, and at what cost? Some may say we are ten years away from the answers and many have been saying that for the past 15 years.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 03:39 pm
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