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Pie of the storm: Family bakery causes row in quaint seaside town by...
A traditional 94-year-old family bakery has caused a storm after a vending machine selling hot pies was installed in the centre of a historic university town.
A saintly idea that today is given the hard sell
For a country mired in introspection over the independence referendum, its patron saint day passes almost without comment.
The American Conservative
Illustration by Michael Hogue
Russell Kirk's The Conservative Mind became an immediate sensation upon its publication in May 1953.
Small World News Service
Scottish cafe where William and Kate went for their first dates goes on sale for A 115k
The discreet little cafe that was a rendez-vous for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their first dates is up for sale at A 115,000, it was revealed today.
Scottish News: Three hurt in two-car collision
Two fire crews from St Andrews were called to the scene outside the Blue Horse Stables in Radernie, Fife, at 6.32pm, a spokeswoman for the fire service said.
American Club named top Midwestern resort by Conde Nast Traveler
The Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake also made the magazine's list of top five resorts in the Midwest as ranked by readers for 2013.
There can't be a whackier PARTY than this
The Raisin Day is a traditional carnival where first year students of the university have a wild foam party with their 'parents' or seniors.