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Neil Lennon ‘especially delighted’ with first league clean sheet of the season
Hibs Head Coach Neil Lennon was delighted with yesterdays  victory over Ross County but especially delighted with the clean sheet, the first of the... [...]
Hard hat used to assault Bulgarian man
A HADDINGTON man who used a hard hat to assault a Bulgarian man has been ordered to stay indoors at night. [...]
Hard hat used to assault Bulgarian man
A HADDINGTON man who used a hard hat to assault a Bulgarian man has been ordered to stay indoors at night. [...]
Masterpiece by Rubens re-discovered at Pollok House in Glasgow after art investigation
IT adorned the dining room of a stately Glaswegian home for decades - a portrait of a Duke which was hung, unheralded, and described as a mere copy. [...]
Fiercely intelligent and highly secretive, how Merkel became the world's most powerful woman
NOVEMBER 9, 1989. An epic night for Germany and the wider world, as the Berlin Wall finally came down. Berliners, east and west, were giddy with de... [...]
Alyn Smith: 'In Kurdistan as in Catalonia, suppression of democratic self-determination can only incentivise unrest'
THE current heartbreak in the Middle East stems from the collapse of Empire and the days when civil servants in far off European capitals drew line... [...]
Future Shock: Space, time and the truth about teleportation
TIME IS A HARSH MISTRESS [...]
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Drone to give scientists new outlook on whales
Scottish conservationists will soon have eyes in the sky to help them learn more about the behaviour of wildlife in west coast waters. [...]
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Dani Garavelli: A quarter of girls drowning in a sea of self-loathing
COUNSELLING and policing social media alone cannot rescue teenage girls from depression. We need to nurture a whole new mindset, writes Dani Garavelli [...]
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Glasgow University sets up study to chart any links to slavery
Glasgow University has appointed a researcher to investigate links between it and the slave trade in the late-18th and early-19th centuries. [...]