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  Queen Elizabeth II's only daughter is celebrating her milestone birthday on Saturday.
  Farm shop owners are looking at ways to maintain increased footfall to their premises after Covid-19 restrictions saw a surge in customer numbers for many.
  Microsoft is in talks to buy parts of TikTok.
  Bakers contacted police on Wednesday to hand over the Parliament papers after discovering them inside the Westminster branch shortly after the...
  The latest Chelsea transfer gossip amid reports Roman Abramovich could sanction more big-money signings to aid Frank Lampard's Premier League ...
  Katie endured a six hour operation on her broken feet on Friday - and complained that the pain from her surgery was keeping her awake despite being drugged up ...
  From Saturday face masks are required in many more outdoor places in Paris under tough new rules, as Covid in the capital spirals. Paris is beefing up mandatory mask...
  Jairzinho Rozenstruik faces Junior Dos Santos on the main card of tonight's UFC 252 pay-per-view card.
  Scottish Secretary Alister Jack is being urged to support a call to extend the Government's Eat Out To Help Out scheme...
  The dog was found "distressed, sweating and drooling" as officers rescued it, after it had been abandoned in a hot van for an hour during this...
  PARKING income brought more than £7.9 million into council coffers in the past year.
  COUNCIL chiefs have explained why they granted a licence for a York festival to go ahead - then withdrew their support two days before it...
  A YORK soldier will take part in a VJ Day ceremony for veterans today, while remembering a hero who fought alongside them in unspeakable conditions - his...
  IT WAS almost inevitable that Edinburgh's family of art festivals would be a casualty of the coronavirus pandemic – and just as inevitable that the organisers of...
  A NEUTRAL design palette can make a home instantly appealing to buyers.
  A CITY salon which feared it would fold during the coronavirus pandemic is the latest to feature in our Glasgow Loves Local Business...
  A Paisley woman is “ecstatic” a mountain of rubbish at the back of her flat is finally being removed after a two-year battle.
  TRAGIC tales of friendship and loss resurfaced for our readers following our recent feature on the end of National Service.
  Shettleston FC will display the names of those who have gone above and beyond during the Covid-19 pandemic on the back of their new jersey. 
  A Glasgow MSP is among those demanding action after statistics revealed nearly 22 per cent of all conversations with operators were abandoned. 
  Margaret Millar was treated to a hamper with goodies and a commemorative coin to mark 75 years since the surrender of Imperial Japan. 
  SURVIVORS of historical child abuse in care will be able to apply for payouts of up to £80,000 under a proposed new law.
  Glasgow’s biggest social landlord has handed over more than three hundred homes in the city to help ease a homelessness crisis during the coronavirus pandemic.
  Old sofas, ruined mattresses, and bedroom furniture are among the waste dumped by selfish passersby in Mansewood in recent weeks.
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