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  1. Fracking Campaigner's fury as chemical giant plans to drill 400 METRES from homes and SCHOOLRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Record

    A SCOTTISH community has been left enraged by energy giant Ineos' plan to drill boreholes for fracking just a few hundred metres from a residential area. Fracking protester Maria Montinaro at the site of a proposed fracking well near Grangemouth.

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  2. New polls show Murphy has mountain to climb as Labour face bloodbathRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sunday Herald

    SCOTTISH Labour leader Jim Murphy and shadow foreign secretary Douglas Alexander are on track for heavy defeats to the SNP at the General Election, new constituency polling has indicated. SCOTTISH Labour leader Jim Murphy and shadow foreign secretary Douglas Alexander are on track for heavy defeats to the SNP at the General Election, new constituency polling has indicated.

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  3. Karen's heartbroken parents John and Marian find strength to join vigilRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Independent.ie

    The pain was palpable. Grief etched across both their faces, John Buckley leaned across to his wife Marian and tenderly kissed her forehead.

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  4. Royal Warrant for Inverurie firmRead the original story

    Yesterday | Ellon Times

    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. A local business that supplies the Balmoral Estate with trailers made in North Wales has been awarded a Royal Warrant.

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  5. Souters 'stupid' to cross at fatal Fleece cornerRead the original story

    Yesterday | Selkirk Today

    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. Two schoolgirls narrowly escaped being hit by a lorry at the same spot where a grandmother was killed just four months ago, Selkirk's Community Council heard this week.

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  6. Woman of warRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Argus

    War Horse is a theatre production that has captured the public imagination and in its six year history has been seen by eight million people worldwide. Based on the book of the same name by children's author Michael Morpurgo, the story follows Albert, whose beloved horse Joey is sold to the cavalry and shipped to France at the outbreak of the First World War.

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  7. Crawford holds big dreams but has fight to win in ArlingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star-Telegram.com

    And standing in the way, as perhaps the final hurdle to not only a monster payday and elevation to a perch as arguably the world's greatest active fighter, is Puerto Rican Thomas Dulorme. Crawford said he'll assess the dreams after his bout with the 6-1 underdog and one-loss Dulorme.

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  8. Stephen James flashes body tattoos and taught frame as hysterical fans besiege him in PerthRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    'I don't deserve the breaths I get... I can't be redeemed': Father, who murdered his family and stole New York Times reporter's identity, speaks out from jail as James Franco movie of his life is released 'Vet of the year' fired after posing for image holding a dead pet cat she killed with a bow and arrow after 'hunting it down in her backyard' Oklahoma legalizes execution by GAS CHAMBER: State will kill prisoners with 'foolproof, fast and painless' nitrogen if lethal injection isn't possible Dr Oz hits back at doctors campaigning to get him booted from Columbia University faculty because of his 'lack of integrity' and 'quack treatments' Jeb fires hot sauce at Hillary, saying when he goes to Chipotle, he can 'drive my own car, park my own car, get out of my own car' Claim that Hillary Clinton 'can't satisfy her husband' winds up on Donald Trump's Twitter account after staffer retweets it ... (more)

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  9. Murray insists there are no certainties for Rangers or Hibs in promotion raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Evening Times

    IAN MURRAY insists there are no guarantees Rangers or Hibernian will escape from the Championship this season as the promotion race enters the home straight. The Light Blues head into their clash with Murray's Dumbarton this afternoon a point clear of their Leith rivals in the second-tier standings.

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  10. Fixture farce mean wedding Bell's may not ring for Rangers keeperRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Evening Times

    On bended knee ... Cammy Bell is hoping his marriage to fiancA e Emma on June 5 is not affected by any changes to the Premiership final play-off dates As the dates for the conclusion to the Championship campaign have been batted about the Hampden boardroom and come under fire from the big guns in Edinburgh this week, Bell has had his own reason to look nervously at the calendar. Victory for Hibernian in the Scottish Cup semi-final against Falkirk this afternoon, and a win for Queen of the South at Alloa that would deny the Bairns a top-four finish, will spark another fixture farce and could see the domestic season extended into June.

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  11. Singer supports Glasgow fundraisersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Evening Times

    Carl, a vocalist and guitarist with 80s R and B band Loose Ends, will be taking to the stage on May 9 as part of a charity concert in aid of Project Gambia. The charity is run by two local fundraisers - Paul Lafferty, of Bellshill, and Frank Devine, of Motherwell - who are now in their third year of raising money.

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  12. Potential fixture farce means wedding Bell's may not ring for Rangers keeperRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    THE dates for the conclusion to the Championship season may have caused consternation at Hampden and friction between the SPFL and Hibernian and Hearts this week, but Cammy Bell, the Rangers goalkeeper, has his own reason to look anxiously at the calendar. THE dates for the conclusion to the Championship season may have caused consternation at Hampden and friction between the SPFL and Hibernian and Hearts this week, but Cammy Bell, the Rangers goalkeeper, has his own reason to look anxiously at the calendar.

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  13. Study finds that surgery can lower disability in stroke patientsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Post-gazette.com

    An international stroke study affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh once again has confirmed that a new procedure that surgically removes blood clots blocking large arteries in the brain can lower the levels of disability for stroke patients. The technique, called endovascular surgery or stent retriever thrombectomy, was tested in the REVASCAT clinical trial based in four stroke centers in Catalonia, Spain.

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  14. The getaway: Melville CastleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    Nestled in a large meadow half-encircled by the River North Esk near Dalkeith, Melville Castle wears its history well. Nestled in a large meadow half-encircled by the River North Esk near Dalkeith, Melville Castle wears its history well.

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  15. SanBio Presents at Annual European Stroke Organisation ConferenceRead the original story

    Yesterday | Business Wire

    The conference takes place April 17 through 19 in Glasgow, Scotland. The presentation, "Clinical Improvement and Cortical Flair Hyperintensity Associated With Stereotactic Intracranial Injection of Modified Bone Marrow-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Chronic Stroke Patients," will be given by Lawrence Wechsler, MD, professor of neurology and neurological surgery at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and founding director of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Stroke Institute.

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  16. Scottish family's fight for therapy for their daughterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    A SCOTTISH family fighting for specialist speech and language therapy for their nine-year-old daughter have appealed to ministers for help. A SCOTTISH family fighting for specialist speech and language therapy for their nine-year-old daughter have appealed to ministers for help.

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  17. There is much to admire in Scottish Labour's manifesto but what the party really needs is a miracle.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    THE latest poll of polls makes grim reading for Scottish Labour and Jim Murphy. Averaging all the major opinion polls in Scotland conducted since the middle of March, confirms the SNP's commanding lead.

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  18. A boozy brush with an old bossRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    How long have we been parted, I thought to myself. How much water has passed under the bridge since last we saw one another? Within milliseconds, I was trotting over to greet and congratulate the focus of my gaze: not, alas, Twin Peaks-era Sherilyn Fenn, but Drew Cochrane, my first newspaper editor and a man who somehow shoehorns the word "Largs" into more or less every sentence he utters.

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  19. Havelock posts 5.8m loss but says outlook brighterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    Havelock Europa has posted a 5.8million loss for 2014 after battling weakness in its school and retail interiors markets, but it says debt has finally been wiped out and a more diversified business created. Havelock Europa has posted a 5.8million loss for 2014 after battling weakness in its school and retail interiors markets, but it says debt has finally been wiped out and a more diversified business created.

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  20. Thomas PrestonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    TAM Preston, who died, aged 82, one day before the 62nd anniversary of his Hibs' debut was a member of that elusive third type of footballer. He was never a "great player", like the Famous Five with whom he played in his early Hibernian career.

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