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  1. First Minister starts build of new ferryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Evening Times

    The yard in Port Glasgow was saved from closure and taken over by businessman Jim McColl this year and then awarded the contract for the new hybrid ferry. Ms Sturgeon said: "We want our ferries to be sustainable and reliable.

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  2. Deepest fish found 5 miles down in Pacific trenchRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | USA Today

    Oceanographers exploring the deepest place on Earth have discovered a new species of fish at a record depth of 5 miles Deepest fish found 5 miles down in Pacific trench Oceanographers exploring the deepest place on Earth have discovered a new species of fish at a record depth of 5 miles Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1APr5Xi A new species of snailfish was discovered 5 miles deep in the western Pacific Ocean, the deepest a fish has ever been seen by humans. The ghostly snailfish has translucent, winglike fins, a tail like an eel's and "a head resembling a cartoon dog," said Alan Jamieson, from Oceanlab at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.

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  3. Ally McCoist: I won't quit football when I leave RangersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Evening Times

    But he expressed serious doubt that he would be able to manage any other club in Scotland in the future. McCoist has handed in his resignation after a disappointing run of results - and rumours about his growing unhappiness at events behind the scenes at Ibrox.

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  4. Council under fire for axing vital language support staffRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    The attack from teaching unions comes after Glasgow City Council revealed plans to cut 15 English as an Additional Language posts in January. The Educational Institute of Scotland teaching union said the posts were being lost at a time when there was an increased need for such provision with greater numbers of pupils arriving in Glasgow who do not have English as a first language. 1 comment

  5. Michael Keating: Referendum showed it can be good to see ourselves as others see usRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    Politicians and journalists, used to thinking of Scotland as a colourful region of a stable country called England, scrambled to understand what was going on. If the United Kingdom was about to break up, they reasoned, it could happen anywhere.

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  6. Family values help construction firm survive and rebuildRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    A town like Alloa , denuded of its yarn and paper mills and all but one of its nine breweries, surely has reason to thank its family businesses like Marshall Construction. A town like Alloa , denuded of its yarn and paper mills and all but one of its nine breweries, surely has reason to thank its family businesses like Marshall Construction.

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  7. New Press Eyes U.S. Market From ThailandRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Publishers' Weekly

    In 2012, Cali Dawson and Gordon Ross, a pair of expats living in Bangkok, made plans to start a new publishing company in Thailand. The venture started, according to Ross, with "an idea to be different," born out of his conversations with Dawson, a writer hailing from the Midwest, about how difficult it is to get published in today's marketplace.

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  8. West Coast operator braced for busiest day of the yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    THOUSANDS of people are expected to take to the roads and railways today as the festive exodus begins following the start of the school holidays. THOUSANDS of people are expected to take to the roads and railways today as the festive exodus begins following the start of the school holidays.

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  9. When Scottish football played on Christmas dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Scotsman.com

    Hibs forward Arthur Duncan in a First Division fixture against Rangers at Easter Road on Christmas Day in 1971. Picture: TSPL ON CHRISTMAS Day, 1914 on a foreign field there might have been a football match, although no one is sure because the truce on the First World War frontline has become so mythologised - by those who understandably want to believe the game between British and German troops happened as proof of man's humanity to man and currently by Sainsbury's who have built their festive ad campaign around it.

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  10. Selkirk bid to put winning seal on stellar yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Scotsman.com

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Selkirk are just 80 minutes away from going into the winter break unbeaten at the top of BT National League One.

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  11. Brian Wilson: Stop pandering to Little EnglandersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Scotsman.com

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. It is always disappointing to hear an intelligent man talking what he knows to be nonsense, so it was not edifying to witness William Hague promoting the EVEL doctrine in the House of Commons this week.

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  12. Tiffany Jenkins: REF should be called to accountRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Scotsman.com

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. SYSTEM for evaluating research in our universities is not fit for purpose.

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  13. Glasgow vs Munster: Gregor Townsend swings axe in Warriors' bid to fell MunsterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Independent

    Gregor Townsend, the Glasgow Warriors coach, has made massive changes to his side for their table-top game with Munster at Scotstoun after their double-header defeat in Europe. The Warriors lost home and away to Toulouse as their European Champions Cup ambitions suffered a major dent and they must now return their focus to maintaining their place in the Guinness Pro12 play-off places.

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  14. Celebs 'Bang Their Drums' for Craig FergusonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | USA Today

    You probably still haven't recovered from Thursday night's Colbert Report finale but tonight brings another exit, this time from Late Late Show host Craig Ferguson . The show has released this celeb-studded musical tribute, set to Bang Your Drum by the band Dead Man Fall, who hail from Ferguson's hometown of Cumbernauld, Scotland.

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  15. Gregor Townsend wants Glasgow to bounce back from Euro misery by beating MunsterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Mail

    Glasgow head coach Gregor Townsend knows his side will not have it easy as they look to respond to back-to-back defeats when they take on Munster on Saturday. But they must now return their focus to maintaining their place in the Guinness Pro12 play-off places ahead of Munster's visit to Scotstoun.

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  16. SPFL: Raith v Hibernian team newsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sky Sports

    Raith Rovers will be looking to bounce back from last week's 2-1 defeat to Dumbarton against in-form Hibernian. Alan Stubbs' side have suffered just one defeat since September, albeit in their most recent away game at Falkirk, with Dominique Malonga prospering in the absence of injured fellow striker Farid Al Alagui, who is expected to be back in January.

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  17. How to build your own satelliteRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | RedOrbit

    Earlier this year, we told you about a new concept in satellite construction and sales: PocketQube Shop. The shop, based in Glasgow, Scotland, has been open since January 2014, selling off-the-shelf components for creating your own launchable satellites.

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  18. Raith v Hibernian previewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Ananova

    Raith Rovers will be looking to bounce back from last week's 2-1 defeat to Dumbarton against in-form Hibernian. Alan Stubbs' side have suffered just one defeat since September, albeit in their most recent away game at Falkirk, with Dominique Malonga prospering in the absence of injured fellow striker Farid Al Alagui, who is expected to be back in January.

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  19. Raith V Hibernian at Stark's Park : Match PreviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Football.co.uk

    Raith V Hibernian - view commentary, squad, and statistics of the game live. Perry boost for Rovers Raith welcome back Ross Perry against Hibernian after a ban kept him out of his side's 2-1 defeat at Dumbarton last Saturday.

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  20. Patrick Kielhmann on bikes & long distance ridingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sunday Herald

    Whenever I'm feeling a bit lazy or unmotivated, I think about the tenacity of 11-year-old Patrick Kiehlmann from Bishopbriggs. Whenever I'm feeling a bit lazy or unmotivated, I think about the tenacity of 11-year-old Patrick Kiehlmann from Bishopbriggs.

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