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  ALL Holyrood is in a tizz. Peter Murrell, Nicola Sturgeon’s lesser-spotted husband, is about to come blinking into the spotlight next week.
  Gritters have been hitting the roads in recent days as temperatures dropped to freezing point across the country.
  IT has been tough going on the high street for some time now, but last week was particularly brutal. First the once mighty Debenhams announced it was shutting up shop,...
  IT seems almost too good to be true - so is it? A picture-postcard Italian village is offering up its abandoned properties to newcomers as part of a trend in the country to sell old, empty...
  NEVER underestimate the pleasure to be had from watching fabulously wealthy folk be made thoroughly...
  NEW sensors failed to give enough warning to shut Scotland's flagship road bridge before ice fell causing potential danger to...
  SCOTLAND’S high streets and local shops have faced a battle to survive in recent months with streets and retail areas resembling ghost towns.
  THE cost of Covid, the future of the high street and anti-vaxxers were the topics raised by columnists in the newspapers yesterday.
  A new £5 million fund has been launched to support food and drink wholesalers to the hospitality, on-trade and public sectors.
  GLASGOW footie fans will have to wait a bit longer until they can return to matches as coronavirus restrictions rumble on.
  Described as ‘one of the best loved Celts of all time’, winger Jimmy Delaney helped his club become a major force in Scottish football in the 1930s.
  I UNDERSTAND it won’t be for everyone, especially during these current times.
  THIS year has a lot to answer for. And not all of it bad. For devoted ultra and hill runners, unable to fulfil their usual racing commitments due to...
  GEORGE GRAHAM surveys English football's landscape with the attention to detail of a draughtsman, of someone who knows what it takes to ...
  HIS season may have been curtailed and condensed but it was certainly fulfilling. “In total, I played seven events and won twice,” reflected Ross Cameron...
  AS the year’s end approaches, the prospect of some relief is welcome, but should not be mistaken for recovery; that will be an altogether more complex and...
  ONCE Nicolae Ceausescu, the queen’s Carpathian bestie, was safely out of the way Romania took its turn to be pitied by the west. The plight...
  AS we celebrate the award of the Booker Prize to the modern-day classic Shuggie Bain by the Scots-American author Douglas Stuart, we should...
  IT’S strange but rather delightful. Most mornings, if not suffering the horrors of treatment side effects, I wake up in a...
  HIS books have been compared to a fine malt whisky, the most popular earning him the title of “the Godfather Of Tartan Noir”.
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