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British Transport Police are searching for about 30 youths behind vandalism and disorder on a train from Wemyss Bay to Glasgow Central.
Services to and from Dalmar-nock were back on track after problems with ground work derailed a 11million upgrade ahead of the 2014 Common-wealth Games.
Lack of grants in Wales blamed for nation's eco-bus shortage, while 434 are on the roads over the border The Welsh Government has been urged to fund greener buses as towns and cities struggle to cut air pollution, amid suggestions Wales is lagging behind England and Scotland on the issue.
THE court heard Scott Snowden told a steward, who kicked him out of The Garth Inn in Helensburgh, that he would "make his life hell"- days later it burned down.
The Met Office has issued both amber and yellow warnings for parts of the country in the afternoon and evening.
A number of local bus services in Arbroath operating are set for changes which will come into effect from Monday .
The Scots are accustomed to having their views ignored in the British political system.
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JOHN hits out at the Coalition Government and its cut backs as thousands of families across the Britain try to survive on the most meagre of state handouts.
The 40 billion engineering giant, Babcock, is demanding up to 500,000 from the Scottish Government's wildlife agency because it opposed the company's plans for a major new freight terminal in Fife.
SHARON Conway is claiming unfair dismissal at an employment tribunal and says other bodies were wrongly tagged in the past.
The council had made an offer to the supermarket firm in the hope of taking over the derelict site as the base for its new headquarters.
On September 1, 2012, Scottish school teacher Gerry Hughes set out from the Firth of Clyde in Scotland in his Bruce Farr-designed Beneteau 42s7, Quest III .