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  1. The Who Postpone First Two Shows Of Anniversary TourRead the original story w/Photo

    35 min ago | WGMZ-FM Gadsden

    ... British and Irish portion of "The Who Hits 50" trek. The outing is now scheduled to start November 30th in Glasgow, Scotland, with the shows in Belfast and Dublin moved to June. The North American portion of the Who's tour is still set to start ...

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  2. David Gilmour fighting to save musician pal...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | NewsNet5

    PINK FLOYD rocker DAVID GILMOUR has thrown his support behind musician STEVE FORMAN as he fights deportation from the U.K. Forman, who has worked with artists including Pink Floyd, David Bowie, John Lennon and Fleetwood Mac, hails from Los Angeles but has spent six years living in Glasgow, Scotland, where he teaches music free of charge. U.K. immigration rules mean he must return to the U.S. as his salary is not high enough to warrant granting him a work visa, but Forman, 68, is appealing against the decision and Gilmour is backing his claim.

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  3. Teen who was pregnant at 14 reveals struggles that have driven her to succeed for her sonRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk

    Caitlin McCrindle gave birth to son Curtis when she was just 15 but she has forged ahead with her life and is now aiming to build a career in the arts A teenager who became pregnant aged just 14 has spoken about the hardships she endured after becoming one of Britain's youngest mums . Brave Caitlin McCrindle has revealed she has been forced to battle negative attitudes and suspicious looks to ensure her son Curtis gets the best start in life possible.

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  4. SSE urges move to 'national pricing'Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Newsday

    The boss of power firm SSE has urged the UK energy secretary to consider adopting "national pricing" on supplier costs in order to end regional price differences for electricity. It follows criticism that people living in the Highlands and Islands pay a 2p surcharge per unit to meet higher delivery costs.

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  5. Top Scottish photobombs in the frameRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Newsday

    Al desko, onesie and selfie have all made it into the new edition of the Collins English Dictionary, a Glasgow institution since the early 19th Century. In celebration we have a look at some of the more memorable Scottish photobombs from the past couple of years.

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  6. It's all systems go for a career in shipbuildingRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Milngavie Today

    Building warships may still be a male dominated industry but one Glasgow company aims to change that by encouraging women to work with them. BAE Systems, which has a maritime base in Scotstoun, has launched a new work experience programme for young women to learn about the design, build and delivery of complex warships.

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  7. Red squirrel areas may escape virusRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | BBC News

    The virus, thought to have been brought to the UK by grey squirrels, has had a devastating effect on the population of the native red squirrel. But research commissioned by Scottish Natural Heritage has indicated that it could be kept out of areas dominated by reds.

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  8. New petrol station raid CCTV appealRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | BBC News

    The masked man threatened a member of staff at the Shell petrol station on Forfar Road at 20:50 on Tuesday, 7 October. He is described as being 5ft 7in tall, in his late 20s, and was wearing a blue baseball cap, a dark hooded jacket with grey sleeves, and dark jeans, gloves and trainers.

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  9. 'Without God, you can do nothing,' says Scottish singer Susan BoyleRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | St. Anthony Messenger

    ... she has done, especially in these past five years, are mind-boggling. She sang at the 2010 papal Mass in Glasgow, Scotland, and at Queen Elizabeth's diamond jubilee celebration in 2012. "To sing in front of people like that is very nerve-wracking," ...

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  10. David Gilmour Fighting To Save Musician Pal From DeportationRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | ContactMusic.com

    Pink Floyd rocker David Gilmour has thrown his support behind American musician Steve Forman as he fights deportation from the U.K. Forman, who has worked with artists including Pink Floyd, David Bowie, John Lennon and Fleetwood Mac , hails from Los Angeles but has spent six years living in Glasgow, Scotland, where he teaches music free of charge. U.K. immigration rules mean he must return to the U.S. as his salary is not high enough to warrant granting him a work visa, but Forman, 68, is appealing against the decision and Gilmour is backing his claim.

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  11. School to reopen after repair workRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Newsday

    The East Yorkshire MP wants clocks to run two hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time during the summer - known as double summertime - and one hour ahead during winter. Supporters claim double summertime could add millions to Britain's earnings from tourism.

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  12. Man jailed for murdering brotherRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | BBC News

    Peter Moore, 28, from Bonhill, West Dunbartonshire, fatally stabbed 25-year-old Derek Moore at the flat in Glasgow's Govan area on 3 January. At the High Court in Glasgow, Moore was told that he must serve a minimum of 18-and-a-half years before he can apply for parole.

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  13. Ryder Cup private jet airport boostRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | BBC News

    However, the city airport saw passenger numbers fall by 0.4% year-on-year during September, against a drop of 14.4% in the quarter. The number of people using the airport has been falling for several years, with previous services to Belfast and London City airport cancelled.

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  14. Watchdog upholds patient complaintsRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | BBC News

    An ombudsman has criticised Hairmyres Hospital, which claimed a man with terminal cancer who could not speak phoned them to cancel an examination. A man with bowel problems was referred urgently by his GP to Hairmyres Hospital, in East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire.

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  15. CCTV images over city street attackRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | BBC News

    Police have released CCTV images of a man they want to trace in connection with a serious assault in Glasgow. The 31-year-old male victim was attacked in Victoria Road, near to the Queen's Park Railway Station, at about 18:30 on Monday 26 May. He is described as white, aged late 30s to early 40s, 5ft 7in tall, of medium build and with brown hair.

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  16. New North Sea oil field discoveredRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | BBC News

    Oil firms BP and GDF Suez have announced the discovery of a new field in the UK Central North Sea. The find, which spans adjacent blocks operated separately by the two companies, has been flow-tested at a maximum rate of 5,350 barrels per day.

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  17. Loony Joons: Price of football too much? Take my pal's lead and join the JuniorsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Daily Record

    THIS week's junior column on why the spiraling cost of top level football should be good news for the juniors - and Blantyre boss Davie Greig takes the 5 Questions challenge, "AND ye can bring yer dug!" That's my big mate's closing argument every time he's trying to coax new punters along to a juniors match. Robert may be a bit barking himself at times but he makes a very decent argument and, put like that, it's hard not to see the attraction of junior football.

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  18. Let down over lightsRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Evening Times

    I have read that 80% of the tickets go to Glaswegians, the other 20% to others from different areas. Why are many of us from Glasgow being refused a ticket? Most surrounding areas, Lanarkshire, Renfrewshire, and Ayrshire, have their own Christmas lights switch on, so why can't 100% of the tickets be given to native Glaswegians? Regarding charging for access to Glasgow Cathedral, I'm sure that whatever the fee is it will be less than the penalty for driving through Nelson Mandela Place, which is 60, or 30 if paid within 14 days.

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  19. Try it and see - why not be a volunteer?Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Evening Times

    IT'S TRY It and See Week for would-be volunteers looking for opportunities to make a difference to people's lives. Organised by Volunteer Glasgow, it's all part of the Legacy 2014 programme, with the success of Glasgow's Commonwealth Games Clydesiders and Host City Volunteers inspiring many to consider volunteering.

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  20. How the next four games will shape Ronny Deila's reign at CelticRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Daily Record

    STARTING tonight in the Europa League v Astra, Celtic embark on a run of four matches that could give them an edge in Europe, propel them to the top of the table and continue their League Cup run. But the Parkhead manager is adamant it will take more than a quartet of triumphs to satisfy his long-term ambitions in Glasgow.

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