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  1. The top five biggest UK Euromillions winners in historyRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Worksop Guardian

    Adrian Bayford, 41, and wife Gillian, 40, from Haverhill, Suffolk, after a press conference at Down Hall Country House Hotel in Hatfield Heath, Hertfordshire, after they won i 1 2148.6 million on Friday's EuroMillions jackpot. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo.


  2. Eye Spy Glasgow: the southside banking coat of arms that reminds us of the crime of the centreRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Evening Times

    The residents of Paisley Road West are justifiably proud of the stunning coat-of-arms that decorates the building at the corner of Stanley Street. As Eye Spy Glasgow was taking a photograph, a passer-by approached and informed us this was the old British Linen Bank building and the coat-of-arms was a reminder of those days.


  3. Gorebridge guesthouse vandal sent to jailRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Midlothian Today

    A drunk who broke into a guesthouse and was found half-naked on a bed surrounded by knives has been jailed for six months. Jude Anderson, , had no idea how he ended up in Gorebridge - ten miles from his Niddrie home - hours after drinking heavily at a party and having an argument with his wife.


  4. Multiple rapist and abuser jailedRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Newsday

    The High Court in Edinburgh heard how he raped one woman who had helped him with literacy skills while he was in prison. The court heard how Clark, who had "a significant criminal record", raped a woman who had helped to teach him during a previous prison sentence.


  5. Could there be two elections next year for the first time in 40 years?Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | New Statesman

    After hearing some of May2015 's back-of-the-napkin maths, Ladbrokes has opened a market on there being two elections next year. A minority, single-party government would have little legitimacy, given Labour and the Tories are set to win less of the vote next year than "other parties" for the first time.


  6. Councillor quits in extremism rowRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Newsday

    Mr Millar said he did not think the material was from Britain First and claimed he had no intention of "stirring up religious hatred". In a statement, the Lib Dem group said: "In early October, the group was made aware that Councillor Drew Millar of Skye had shared with friends on his Facebook page images and comments which came from Britain First, an extreme right-wing organisation.


  7. Video: Watch Nicki Minaj in All-New Promo for 2014 MTV Ema'sRead the original story

    20 hrs ago |

    Hip-hop superstar Nicki Minaj will host the "2014 MTV EMA" on Sunday, November 9 LIVE from the SSE Hydro in Glasgow. The world's annual music awards show that celebrates the year's hottest artists from around the globe will kick off in Miami at 7:00 p.m. ET/PT.


  8. Wind farm garners support but 'vast majority' against itRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Hawick Today

    A renewable energy firm is claiming a shot in the arm with more than 100 letters of support for its wind farm proposal at Birneyknowe. Banks Renewables, of Hamilton, whose 15-turbine bid centres on a site between Hawick and Bonchester, is "delighted" with the positive feedback, and speaking to the Hawick News this week, the firm's director, Phil Dyke, said: "We continue to hear a lot of positive verbal feedback from residents and this is reflected a by the 106 people who took the time to enter a note of support."


  9. Concerns over health board financesRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | BBC News

    In a report laid before the Scottish Parliament , Audit Scotland highlighted weaknesses in the financial management of NHS Highland and NHS Orkney. It also raised concerns about a new IT system at NHS 24, which is likely to cost A 23m more than expected.


  10. Glasgow SNP councillor suspendedRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Newsday

    Mr McAllister, 60, was reported to the procurator fiscal in connection with the incident in the city's Maryhill Road. A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: "We can confirm that a 47-year-old man was reported to the procurator fiscal for an alleged assault and a 60-year-old man for an alleged homophobic breach of the peace during an altercation which took place in Maryhill Road on August 26." An SNP spokesman said: "Councillor McAllister has been suspended from the SNP group and as a member of the SNP until such time as due legal process has been completed."


  11. Lunch with Val McDermidRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Canberra Times

    It's been a while since I had a decent chat with Val McDermid. Last time was on a blistering evening at the Adelaide Writers' Week.


  12. Fugitive footballer hunted by police after failing to appear in court on domestic abuse chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago |

    Professional footballer David Cox is being hunted by police after failing to appear in court on a domestic abuse charge, reports the Daily Record. The 25-year-old former Kilmarnock player, who now plays for Scottish League One side Peterhead, is accused of assault, threatening behaviour and damage to property.


  13. Scots-based soldier stopped at US airport on suspicion he was heading ...Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Daily Record

    THE 22-year-old Royal Marine Commando has since been questioned by Police Scotland and is now back at his base near Arbroath in Angus. A SCOTS-BASED soldier was stopped at a US airport on suspicion he was heading to join Kurdish forces fighting Islamic State extremists.


  14. Sheffield vs Lochaber in 'Outdoor Capital' Bust-UpRead the original story

    Yesterday |

    Feathers have apparently been ruffled in Fort William with news that Sheffield is looking to promote itself as the UK's 'Outdoor Capital City'. The Lochaber region, which has been marketed under the brand 'Outdoor Capital of the UK' for more than a decade, is said to be taking a dim view of its South Yorkshire rival.


  15. Yobs ruin anti-social solution in BellshillRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Motherwell Today

    Three park benches relocated in a bid to curb anti-social behaviour in Bellshill were ripped out by vandals - before the concrete had even set. The benches, located behind the Tesco store on North Road, were apparently used by yobs to climb on and throw items into nearby gardens.


  16. Nicki Minaj Takes Over the World in Promo for MTV Ema...Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Billboard

    Nicki Minaj has been on fire this year, releasing tons of varied new music leading up to the Nov. 24 release of her third album, The Pinkprint . Recently she added a hosting and performing double-duty gig at MTV's Europe Music Awards, set to go down Nov. 9, and now there's a promo.


  17. GHA gives new homes to furniture from Glasgow 2014's Athletes' VillageRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Evening Times

    Tens of thousands of pieces of furniture used by athletes at the Commonwealth Games are being distributed to vulnerable tenants to help them furnish their homes. Glasgow Housing Association has moved more than 60,000 items of furniture from the Glasgow 2014 Athletes' Village in Dalmarnock.


  18. Remembering the gallantry of Captain James A.O. Brooke VCRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Donside Today

    The bravery and sacrifice of a young officer's life in service to his country during World War One will be remembered this Saturday. On October 25, almost 100 years to the day that Captain James Brooke VC, from near Cults, was killed on the fields of Flanders, a special concert will take place in Aberdeen to commemorate him.


  19. World's End DNA linked to accusedRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | BBC News

    The World's End trial has heard a DNA sample on the clothes of one of the girls has one in a billion chance of coming from a person other than the accused. Sinclair's special defences are incrimination - blaming his brother-in-law Gordon Hamilton who is now dead, alibi - saying he was fishing on the banks of the Firth of Forth near Cockenzie power station at the time, and consent to sexual intercourse..


  20. Care home admits scalding failingsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | BBC News

    A care home has admitted health and safety breaches after an 85-year-old resident suffered burns when she was placed in a bath that was too hot. Elizabeth Warrington sustained scald injuries to her hands and feet at Campsie View Care Home in Kirkintilloch in September 2009.