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A HAWICK man appeared from custody on Monday at Selkirk Sheriff Court and denied assaulting a male in the town last Thursday. Comment?
Champions Celtic will wrap up their Scottish Premier League campaign on Sunday by looking to end a six-game run without an away league win. Comment?
Staff and pupils of Forfar Academy pulled out all the stops on Sunday to host a major fund-raising event at Murton Farm. Comment?
The man cleared of causing the death of his workmate has spoken of his "deep regret" at the row that led to the tragedy. Comment?
Employers across the district are being encouraged to think about the future and the potential boost to their businesses offered by apprentices. Comment?
Kinnettles Castle near Forfar is partnering with Dundee & Angus Chamber of Commerce to host a free business breakfast on Thursday, May 30. Comment?
Former cancer sufferers Ian Dickson and Alan Kilpatrick , both businessmen from Milngavie, were among five people to receive British Empire Medals from The Earl of Wessex when he paid a visit to Bearsden Academy earlier this month. Comment?
South Ayrshire Seniors Forum is to stage the second of its Information Road Shows in Maybole at the end of the month. Comment?
Historical murders and misdeeds from the Angus area are the main focus of a brand new book by local author, Forbes Inglis. Comment?
Angus Council and the Muir Group have announced the latest investment at Orchardbank which is the main business park in Forfar. Comment?
Prior to his graduation from Harvard, Jack Kennedy's global eyes began to open when President Franklin D. Roosevelt named Joe Sr. Comment?
THE marriage vow stated: 'for better or for worse' and Stevie Dunn is in no doubt that a weekend wedding will leave his Lossiemouth squad much worse off. Comment?
Ipswich, United Kingdom, May 18, 2013 -- -- Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has launched a new "Summer Cruises 2013" brochure, introducing some unbeatable savings on 39 selected Summer cruises, departing from a range of convenient, regional UK ports Southampton, Dover, Liverpool, Newcastle, Rosyth and Greenock between June and September 2013. Comment?
A CONVICTED drug dealer has admitted lying to police initially about the fire in which three members of a family died. Comment?
TYRONE Rose Joanne O'Neill is rallying her supporters to follow her to Portlaoise for the Rose of Tralee Regional Festival from May 30 to June 3. It's a major tourism event on the Irish Festivals calendar attracting 61 Roses, their families, friends and festival-goers from Ireland and around the world. Comment?
FIVE potential sites for a skatepark in Bo'ness have been revealed, ahead of a public meeting on May 29 for which a big turn-out is hoped. Comment?
The 2013 UCI MTB World Cup will kick off in Albstadt Germany from May 17-19. Below are some fun facts and figures relating to the World Cup opener. Comment?
The college has been working in partnership with Arbroath and Carnoustie Cat Protection Shelter which has seen five students visit every week since September.These visits have allowed the Animal Care students to help care for the animals and learn about treatment and feline behaviour. Comment?
MAY 16 On May 14, 2013, Brian Howes, 49, of Bo'Ness, Falkirk, Scotland, United Kingdom, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Reade to 70 months incarceration, three years supervised release, and a $1,000 special assessment. Comment?
Peter Hammond, organiser of the raft race which has been saved, at Elcho Green, North Berwick. Comment?