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  1. Teddy Boy Bairn danced his way into her heartRead the original story

    Sunday | Falkirk Herald

    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. James and Elizabeth Malone toasted 60 years of marriage on March 25 and friends and family joined the music-loving couple at a special party at the Camelon Labour Club last Friday.

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  2. Three gyms in East Lothian are to get a faceliftRead the original story

    Sunday | Eastlothian 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. Gyms at three East Lothian sports centres will close during the next few weeks for equipment to be upgraded at a total cost of 190,000.

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  3. Eaglesham and beer is the perfect marriageRead the original story

    Sunday | Glasgow South and East Wood 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. Forget trendy Glasgow breweries or real ale pubs - the village of Eaglesham will see an influx of beer fans in June.

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  4. NPL Wa: Heagney the hero for BayswaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Yahoo!

    David Heagney bagged a brace as Bayswater edged a five-goal thriller 3-2 against Perth in a heavyweight PS4 National Premier Leagues WA clash at Dorrien Gardens. His first came on 19 minutes before Bor Bor Sam curled home as the hosts led 2-0 at the break.

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  5. Police forced to set up staff 'wellbeing clinics'Read the original story

    Saturday | Scotsman.com

    POLICE Scotland has been forced to set up "wellbeing clinics" for staff struggling to cope with controversial control room closures. The force said its Contact, Command and Control division had experienced high numbers of vacancies and significant change to shifts.

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  6. Buzz of excitement for youngest beekeepersRead the original story

    Saturday | Scotsman.com

    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. FOOTBALL, homework, computer games, Lego oh, and check on the bees to make sure they haven't upped sticks and swarmed off.

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  7. Queens boss aims to keep key trioRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | BBC News

    Queen of the South manager James Fowler intends to try and fight off interest in key players as the Doonhamers seek a place in the top flight. "We're trying to build something here so we need to try and keep our best players," Fowler told BBC Scotland.

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  8. Just for Kicks 31 minutes agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Victoria Advocate

    Growing up as a fan of the Dan Marino-era Miami Dolphins in Campbeltown, Scotland, MacPhee probably didn't have the easiest time finding some companions. Years later, he's still kind of seen as a lone piece, but he's recognized as the one that's been crucial in helping the Victoria Texans turn its season around.

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  9. Alloa 2 Queen of the South 2: Buchanan halts march of DoonhamersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Sunday Herald

    A victory for either side would have earned more tangible rewards but both had to satisfy themselves with just a solitary point that ensured it was 'as you were' as the season draws to a dramatic climax. A victory for either side would have earned more tangible rewards but both had to satisfy themselves with just a solitary point that ensured it was 'as you were' as the season draws to a dramatic climax.

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  10. The Scottish candidates vying to become 'Baby of the House'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Sunday Herald

    IT is not exactly the image of how a typical teenager passes the time: hours of canvassing round doors, listening to the grumbles of local residents and clashing with rival politicians. IT is not exactly the image of how a typical teenager passes the time: hours of canvassing round doors, listening to the grumbles of local residents and clashing with rival politicians.

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  11. Food poverty is a political issue - but we mustn't allow foodbanks to become a political footballRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Sunday Herald

    Ally and I met for the first time over a year ago in A Glasgow foodbank, based in Calton Parkhead Church. The Trussell Trust had released a report and, as their Scottish spokesperson, I was participating in a televised interview.

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  12. Strong Second Round Pushes NU Up at The BoilermakerRead the original story

    Saturday | Northwestern University

    Northwestern put together a strong afternoon round during a 36-hole day at The Boilermaker Saturday on Purdue's Kampen Course, rising to just two strokes out of third place among the 15-team field. The Wildcats shot rounds of 4-over 292 and 4-under 284 on Saturday to enter Sunday's final round at even-par 576.

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  13. 'Scotland could be left outside of government'Read the original story

    Saturday | Scotsman.com

    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. THE SNP's dominance of the opinion polls will lead people to vote tactically against the Nationalists in No-voting areas, a leading Liberal Democrat claimed yesterday.

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  14. Victim is not credible in 'Death of a Liar'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Carlsbad Current-Argus

    Like the boy who cried "wolf," a victim in M.C. Beaton's latest Scottish murder mystery, "Death of a Liar," has a credibility problem. After police Sgt.

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  15. Blain travels full circleRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | Sunday Herald

    JOHN Blain's career will come almost full circle when he lines up for Grange in this season's Eastern Premiership. JOHN Blain's career will come almost full circle when he lines up for Grange in this season's Eastern Premiership.

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  16. Kettlewell looks forward to Brora's senior momentRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | Sunday Herald

    From Queen's Park to Clyde, then on again to Ross County, the 30-year-old midfielder made it all the way from the old third division to the SPFL top six, even stopping off at his old Hampden stomping ground as part of County's Scottish Cup final squad in 2010. It was quite a journey but now he is embarking on a new adventure with Brora Rangers and Saturday sees the back-to-back Highland League champions visit Meadowbank Stadium, the home of Lowland League champions Edinburgh City, in the first leg of the new SPFL play-offs.

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  17. In a fankle over fixture farceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | Sunday Herald

    I can picture SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster sitting in a wee room with secretary Iain Blair and the other fixtures people, thinking this is what we have come up with. But I don't think they can have thought through the various scenarios, or the consequences of their actions.

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  18. Hibs 0 Falkirk 1: Craig Sibbald extends misery in Leith and gets SPFL off hookRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | Sunday Herald

    HIBERNIAN'S woes in the Scottish Cup arrive so consistently that the SPFL can now apparently schedule their fixtures around them. HIBERNIAN'S woes in the Scottish Cup arrive so consistently that the SPFL can now apparently schedule their fixtures around them.

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  19. Hearts 2 Raith Rovers 1: Gorgie men stay on course for points recordRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | Sunday Herald

    In a match that displayed all the classic symptoms of an end-of-season dead rubber, Hearts dug out a 2-1 victory against Raith Rovers that edged Robbie Neilson's team within one victory of setting a new points record in the second tier. In a match that displayed all the classic symptoms of an end-of-season dead rubber, Hearts dug out a 2-1 victory against Raith Rovers that edged Robbie Neilson's team within one victory of setting a new points record in the second tier.

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  20. General Election 2015: Lib Dem plan for Danny Alexander to keep...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | The Independent

    Danny Alexander could retain his Cabinet post in a second coalition government even if he loses his seat in the Scottish Highlands, under a plan floated by Liberal Democrat aides. Mr Alexander could be offered a peerage if pollsters are proved right and he becomes one of the election's highest-profile casualties next month.

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