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  1. SPFL Championship round-upRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    Andy Dowie broke the deadlock with a header seven minutes from half-time after he was left unguarded at an Ian McShane corner. Before Falkirk had time to recover, Gavin Reilly made it 2-0 before half-time after good work from John Baird.

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  2. The face of medieval EdinburghRead the original story

    Yesterday | SCAtoday.net

    In 2009, archaeologists discovered the burial site of 400 14th century citizens of the Leith area of Edinburgh, Scotland. 30 skeletons were chosen for intense study, and now forensic artists have put faces to a few of the remains.

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  3. How Uncle G Lost The PlotRead the original story

    Yesterday | Vanguard

    Uncle G is a very popular and well loved man, especially among Nigerians in the city of Dundee, United Kingdom. Charming, well spoken and well dressed, Uncle G is a man with sweet stories of his social days back in Nigeria.

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  4. Kate Horsley 'found Frankenstein's bride in Orkney'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Scotsman.com

    A novel dubbed a sequel to Frankenstein, that tells the story of the monster's bride, was inspired by a trip to Orkney, the author has said. Kate Horsley, whose debut novel The Monster's Wife is shortlisted for the Saltire First Book of the Year prize, even set her story on the island of Hoy.

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  5. ShareRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Star

    Last week Prime Minister David Cameron backed requests for the Salford cabbie - brutally murdered by the self-styled Islamic State earlier this month - to be recognised as a "national hero". Today a series of public figures announce their support for our "Gong for Gadget" campaign, after the tech-loving hero's nickname.

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  6. Let real battle commence on way to World CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Scotsman.com

    THE summer tour was the phoney war, if you like. Not much happened. Small earthquake in South Africa.

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  7. Airdrie road plans called into question after ASDA pull plug on new storeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Daily Record

    Airdrie's MP is asking what will be done to upgrade the difficult junctions on Carlisle Road following news that Asda will no longer be locating a planned store at the site. The Advertiser told last week how the supermarket giant had scrapped its plans to build a much-anticipated new branch beside New Broomfield - which would have included improvements estimated at A 1.5 million to re-align and install signals at the A73's junctions with Craigneuk Avenue and South Biggar Road.

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  8. Customer left living out of suitcase after bedroom firm closes down without warningRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Daily Record

    NICOLA Kerrigan, 28, parted with A 1550 for a wardrobe, chest of drawers, mirror, bed and mattress - but has yet to see the goods or her money back after Bedrooms & Beyond closed their doors. She said: "I'm completely devastated.

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  9. Susan Boyle: I'd love to adopt a child so they can have...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Mirror.co.uk

    The Britain's Got Talent star has conquered the music world and now she wants to adopt a child to give them the best start in life Placed in a remedial class at school, she would weep as other children bullied her for a condition she only recently discovered was Asperger's. But 40 years on, and now worth more than A 22million, Susan, 53, has come up with a way to help heal the hurt - she wants to adopt an underprivileged child and give them A everything she never had.

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  10. NU Jumps Up at Weather-Shortened Rod Myers InvitationalRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 12 | Northwestern University

    Resuming play with a 10 hole shootout Sunday morning at the weather-shortened Rod Myers Invitational, Northwestern shot three spots up the team standings to finish in the top half of the 12-team field at The Duke Golf Club. The 54-hole tournament was shortened to 36 after weather cut Saturday's scheduled two rounds short and forecasts indicated more bad weather on the way.

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  11. Weather Interrupts Play, Shortens Rod Myers InvitationalRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 11 | Northwestern University

    Severe weather Saturday cut short the scheduled two rounds of play during the opening day at the Rod Myers Invitational hosted by Duke at The Duke Golf Club, and a threatening forecast has forced the announced shortening of the tournament to just 36 holes. With weather limiting comeback ability, Northwestern officially sits in a ninth-place tie with Iowa at 7-over 295 following one round of play.

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  12. Holiday guide: Peterhead, Buchan villages, Ellon and FraserburghRead the original story w/Photo

    May 30, 2014 | Edinburgh-festivals.com

    Sponsored feature: Looking for a holiday in Scotland this summer? Here we look at places to stay and visit in Peterhead, Buchan villages, Ellon and Fraserburgh. If you are looking for a small comfortable hotel with home-cooking and a warm welcome then the Albert Hotel Peterhead is the perfect place to make your stay in Peterhead enjoyable.

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  13. 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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  14. Kris Boyd (left) celebrates with his team-mates after scoring his side's fourth goalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Sporting Life

    Kris Boyd finally ended his seven-game scoring drought as Rangers romped to a 6-1 win over Raith Rovers at Ibrox. The Light Blues hitman was expected to lead the scoring charts after returning to the club in the summer but despite finding the net five times in cup action, he had failed to live up to expectations in the Scottish Championship.

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  15. Weekend miscellanyRead the original story

    Saturday | A Gurn from Nurn

    One of our regular readers has had a wee gurn about overhanging brambles and vegetation on the brae that runs alongside Mill Road . Our correspondent claims that they are scratching vehicles.

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  16. Hostages' families in show of unityRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Salisbury Journal

    Barbara Henning, the widow of Alan Henning arrives with Michael Haines, the brother of David Haines, the two British aid workers beheaded by Islamic militants, prior to a memorial service for David Haines Michael Haines issued an emotional tribute to brother David Haines, the British aid worker beheaded by Islamic militants last month The families of two British hostages who were beheaded by Islamic militants have come together in a show of unity at a special service to celebrate the life of one of the murdered men. Michael Haines called on people to join together and "find a single act of unity" in the wake of the barbaric killing of his brother, David Haines.

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  17. Families of slain UK aid workers call for unityBarbara Henning, the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | TheCourier.com

    Barbara Henning, the widow of Alan Henning, stands with Michael Haines, the brother of David Haines, the two British aid workers killed by Islamic State group militants, outside the Perth Congregational Church in Perth Scotland Saturday Oct. 18, 2014 prior to a memorial service for David Haines.

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  18. Rangers 6-1 Raith Rovers: Kris Boyd ends scoring drought as Ally...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Mail

    Kris Boyd finally ended his seven-game scoring drought as Rangers romped to a 6-1 win over Raith Rovers at Ibrox. The Light Blues hitman was expected to lead the scoring charts after returning to the club in the summer but despite finding the net five times in cup action, he had failed to live up to expectations in the Scottish Championship.

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  19. McCoist hoping goal kickstarts BoydRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Evening Times

    Rangers boss Ally McCoist has backed Kris Boyd to grab a glut of goals after finally breaking his seven-game duck. The former Scotland striker was brought back to Ibrox this summer to lead the attack.

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  20. Goodbye to Lasswade High after 51-year linkRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Midlothian Today

    The 63-year-old, who from 1963-1969 attended Lasswade as a pupil, returned in 1973 to teach English before becoming deputy head teacher in 1996. One special colleague whom she met while working at the school is husband Colin Mitchell, who remains a deputy head teacher there.

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