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Clark brings a hard graft and reality to Dusty role  I check out Andy Clark’s fingernails as he picks up his coffee cup. They’re not bleeding and broken, there’s no sign of a man who has scratched his way continually up the...
Dixons Carphone profits set to fall as mobile phones market remains challenging  Dixons Carphone, the retail chain behind Currys PC World and Carphone Warehouse, is set to update the City on its turnaround plans after bosses...
ARTS NEWS: Young Traditional Musician contest opens, Deveron Projects shop success, Moonstruck opens in Edinburgh  ENTRIES are now open for the prestigious BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the Year award.
Renters over 50 reach record levels across the UK  The number of older renters has reached record levels across the UK, with over-50s accounting for more than one in 10 rented households in Scotland, according to research.
Beating the blues: Support group aims to help men's mental health  WHEN Gary Macdonald set up his first men’s suicide prevention meeting in Glasgow he had no idea how many people would come.
Marianne Taylor: March on the Tories, not the BBC, over free TV licences  Take off your bedroom slippers, put on your marching shoes,” was Barack Obama’s rallying cry during his 2011 re-election campaign.
Experts: Deposit return scheme could 'severely hamper' fight against obesity  Health experts have warned that the Scottish Government's deposit return scheme risks damaging the country's fight against obesity by...
Crown pays over £80k compensation to ex-Rangers administrator over "wrongful" restraint order  THE CROWN Office has paid compensation estimated at £80,000 to a former Rangers administrator over the granting of a...
Devastating report reveals crisis in Scotland's care sector  SCOTLAND’S care sector is facing a looming crisis as soaring numbers of charities pull out of contracts due to council cutbacks, is threatening to leave many...
Hunt warns of 'great risk' of drift to war following oil tanker attacks in Gulf  JEREMY Hunt has warned there is a "great risk" of a drift to war in the Gulf following the attacks last week on two oil tankers.
Ian Maxwell says World Cup might spark full-time women's league in Scotland  SCOTTISH FA chief executive Ian Maxwell says the impact of the women's World Cup will be “transformational” and could lead to a fully professional ...
David Weir confident Rangers captain James Tavernier could cut it in the Premier League if he leaves Ibrox  DAVID WEIR reckons Rangers captain James Tavernier has all the attributes required to impress in the Premier League.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has to find a touch of magic in Premiership title race, says David Weir  THERE wasn't enough magic in the hat that Rangers fans metaphorically placed on Mark Warburton's head to bring title...
David Weir backs former Rangers captain Lee Wallace to kick-start his career at QPR  DAVID WEIR is confident former Rangers captain Lee Wallace can kick-start his career in England next term.
Analysis: Boris's lack of courage in turning up is likely to be the lasting impression of TV debate  AMIDST the blue-on-blue exchanges of the five would-be prime ministers, the Tory elephant in the TV studio was, of course, one ...
Tory rivals turn on Raab over idea of shutting down Parliament to deliver Brexit  TORY leadership candidates turned on Dominic Raab for trying to “trash democracy” after the former Brexit Secretary said he would be prepared to...
Channel 4 debate: Conservative rivals clash with Boris Johnson absent  THE Conservative MPs vying to replace Theresa May as leader and Prime Minister have clashed over delivering Brexit during a TV debate.
Bold Angelo Alessio appointment shows Kilmarnock's ambition to build on Steve Clarke's success  REPLACING Steve Clarke as Kilmarnock manager was always going to be an arduous task for the Rugby Park board given his...
Conservative Party will be 'toast' if no Brexit in October - Raab  CONSERVATIVE PARTY leadership contender Dominic Raab has warned the party will be “toast” unless it takes Britain out of the EU by the October 31 deadline.
Man stabbed at Scots rail station  A MAN is in hospital with what have been described as "life-threatening injuries" after being stabbed at a rail station.
Protestors set up camp in grounds of Scottish Parliament  PROTESTORS have set up a campsite in the grounds of the Scottish Parliament - and plan to remain there for the next five days.The Holyrood Rebel Camp will see...
Murder inquiry launched after Glasgow death  Murder inquiry launched after Glasgow death
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