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  1. Talented 10-year-old schoolboy receives Scottish Bafta nomination for debut film roleRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The Daily Record

    YOUNG Lewis Baxter was nominated in the Best New Talent category after blowing director Gordon Napier away with his performance in the film. But the omens were good for Lewis Baxter.

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  2. Police Scotland slammed for delaying publication of serious crime...Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Daily Record

    A RAFT of statistics on domestic abuse, race hate, drug and gun offences were meant to be made public over the next month - but have now been delayed till autumn. POLICE Scotland were under fire last night for delaying the publication of serious crime figures until after the general election .

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  3. War of words over NHS Lanarkshire changes hots up as further proposed changes are revealedRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Daily Record

    Labour members were out in force campaigning against proposed NHS Lanarkshire changes to the out of hours GP care service New information has come to light from local GPs concerned about the loss of enhanced services following the move from NHS Greater Glasgow to NHS Lanarkshire. NHS Lanarkshire sent information to GPs last Thursday enclosing a draft paper and asking for comments on changes to start to take effect from April.

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  4. KA'IULANI Returns to Kumu Kahua Theatre TonightRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

    Within the short life of Princess Ka'iulani is contained the sad, shameful story of the downfall of the Hawaiian Kingdom. She was sent to Europe to receive an education befitting her royalty, but during her absence, the monarchy was abrogated and she returned to Hawai'i a figurehead rather than a queen.

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  5. Neilston is crowned the best place to live but are the suburbs all they're cracked up to be?Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Evening Times

    Forget about the high-rises and the 24-hour Newsbox on the corner, because village living has been declared hot and city dwelling is not. According to a survey by the Royal Mail, the G78 postcode - Neilston in East Renfrewshire - is the best place to live and work.

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  6. Watch A 1.3million Hamilton and Inches jewellery raid as getaway...Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The Daily Record

    THE getaway driver for an armed gang who staged a terrifying A 1.3million jewel store heist has been jailed for eight years. The jury heard how staff at Hamilton and Inches in George Street, Edinburgh , cowered during the robbery as thugs wielding axes, machetes and a sledgehammer smashed glass cabinets to steal jewellery and watches.

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  7. 3 American victims in Germanwings crash include federal contractor, daughterRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Stars and Stripes

    This photo provided by Xela Batchelder shows Emily Selke as she enjoys a treat outside a bakery in St. Andrews, Scotland, on Aug. 1, 2013, on a excursion that was part of a study abroad with Drexel University and Fringe University. Selke was among the 3 Americans presumed dead in the Germanwings plane crash in the southern French Alps, according to the State Department on Wednesday, March 25, 2015.

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  8. Leaked: Evidence of plans to turn the screw on new group of councilsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    THE rancour in the civil war engulfing Scottish local government has been laid bare as moves to thwart a newly-formed council organisation at birth emerge. THE rancour in the civil war engulfing Scottish local government has been laid bare as moves to thwart a newly-formed council organisation at birth emerge.

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  9. Alex Salmond's former constituency worst in Britain for road deaths and serious injuries, map revealsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    RESIDENTS in the north-east of Scotland are the most likely in Britain to be killed or seriously injured in a road crash, according to a new map of the nation's accident blackspots. RESIDENTS in the north-east of Scotland are the most likely in Britain to be killed or seriously injured in a road crash, according to a new map of the nation's accident blackspots.

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  10. Councils need to engage in sharing services, not civil warRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    Whether Cosla will push threatening brown envelopes through the letterboxes of former colleagues in Glasgow, Aberdeen, Renfrewshire and South Lanarkshire on April 1 remains to be seen, but the message is clear: disloyalty has a price. Cosla is prepared to put a cash figure, potentially running into millions of pounds, on what it deems to be betrayal.

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  11. This campaign is not just about saving our school but also about a new vision for educationRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    Parents at St Joseph's Primary School, in Milngavie, are involved in a fight that should matter to everyone who cares about Scottish education. Parents at St Joseph's Primary School, in Milngavie, are involved in a fight that should matter to everyone who cares about Scottish education.

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  12. Ronald CampbellRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    Ron Campbell, who has died aged 90, was an engineer who led some of the main developments in nuclear power in the UK. He was a chief engineer of the 250MW Fast Reactor at Dounreay in Caithness and later moved in to the broader power business with Babcock Energy at Renfrew, and other Babcock companies.

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  13. Stephen Glover: Salmond wants the English to hate him - so we'll...Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    The new SNP policy, put bluntly, is to render the United Kingdom ungovernable, and to so inflame English voters with anti-Scottish sentiment that they will increasingly clamour for Scotland to go it alone. Of course, it remains just possible that the Tories will win an overall majority on May 7, or at least that they will be able to muster enough allies among the diminished ranks of Lib Dems, as well as from Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionists, to outvote Labour, the SNP and their various 'progressive' comrades-in-arms.

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  14. Services at Mortonhall Crematorium cancelled following fireRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    Around 35 firefighters from the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service tackled the blaze in the roof at the Mortonhall Crematorium, Edinburgh. A spokeswoman for Edinburgh City Council, which runs the facility, said: "A fire occurred at Mortonhall Crematorium on Tuesday evening and was brought under control by the Fire and Rescue Service.

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  15. Glasgow to stage 2018 European Championships series of events with BerlinRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    A NEW event which brings together the European Championships of a range of top sports is to be held in Glasgow in 2018. A NEW event which brings together the European Championships of a range of top sports is to be held in Glasgow in 2018.

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  16. Company boss fined A 12,000 over worker's deathRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    THE owner of an engineering firm has been fined 12,000 after he admitted breaching health and safety laws after a worker was crushed to death on a pier. THE owner of an engineering firm has been fined 12,000 after he admitted breaching health and safety laws after a worker was crushed to death on a pier.

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  17. Lineen and Dalziel to take charge of BarbariansRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    FRESH from signing off the Six Nations campaign on a much more positive note than the senior side, the Scotland Under 20s coaching team were yesterday handed another confidence boost. FRESH from signing off the Six Nations campaign on a much more positive note than the senior side, the Scotland Under 20s coaching team were yesterday handed another confidence boost.

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  18. Scotland to host Euro sports eventRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | BBC News

    Around 2,900 athletes will come to Glasgow to take part in the 10-12 day event, including cyclists and swimmers, with Berlin staging athletics. Scottish minister for sport Jamie Hepburn said the event "will be another chance for Scotland to prove it's the perfect stage for top class events".

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  19. Surreal scenes as PSG ultras just enjoy the game . . .Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Sunday Herald

    SURREAL is the only description for some of the scenes at the Excelsior Stadium on Sunday when the presence of 80-100 Paris Saint-Germain ultras was matched by a similar number of police officers, some of them on horseback, keeping the French fans under the tightest of reins. SURREAL is the only description for some of the scenes at the Excelsior Stadium on Sunday when the presence of 80-100 Paris Saint-Germain ultras was matched by a similar number of police officers, some of them on horseback, keeping the French fans under the tightest of reins.

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  20. Transition by Iain M. BanksRead the original story

    Jan 1, 2010 | SF Site

    Iain M. Banks Iain M. Banks was born in Dunfermline in 1954 and lived in North Queensferry, Fife. He was educated at Stirling University getting a degree in English.

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