Chicken Bug Scandal: 70% of Supermarket Chickens Carry Potentially Lethal Contamination

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Chicken bug scandal: 70% of supermarket chickens carry potentially lethal contamination. ASDA were the worst offenders with 80 per cent of their chickens testing positive for the highest levels of the bug campylobacter. -> Read more at Daily Record

Cyclist Taken to Hospital After Being Hit by Tram

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Cyclist taken to hospital after being hit by tram. A Cyclist has been taken to hospital after being hit by a tram. -> Read more at Edinburgh Evening News

Rangers Finances: Ibrox Club Reveal They Require £8m over Next 12 Months

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Rangers finances: Ibrox club reveal they require £8m over next 12 months. RANGERS announced their figures on the Stock Exchange this evening showing an £8.3m loss for last season and said they require the first tranche of new funding in January 2015. -> Read more at Daily Record

Hume Hails Agreement 'biggest Transfer of Power'

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Hume hails agreement 'biggest transfer of power'. Jim Hume, Scottish Liberal Democrat MSP for South Scotland, today hailed the cross-party agreement on Home Rule powers for Holyrood as the biggest transfer of power within the UK since the creation of the Scottish Parliament... -> Read more at Galloway Gazette

Europa League LIVE: Celtic v Red Bull Salzburg

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Europa League LIVE: Celtic v Red Bull Salzburg. FOLLOW our live coverage as Celtic bid for the knock out stages of the Europa League against the Austrians at Celtic Park. -> Read more at Daily Record

Reel Fun to be Had at Dance Class

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Reel fun to be had at dance class. New members are wanted for the Milngavie branch of the Scottish Country Dance Society... -> Read more at Milngavie Herald

Twisted Thug Who Threatened to Slash his Ex During Campaign of Terror Escapes Prison Sentence

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Twisted thug who threatened to slash his ex during campaign of terror escapes prison sentence. STEPHEN Cronin, whose intimidation of Susan Wonnacott extended to her family and friends, was ordered to carry out an 18-month community payback order at Forfar Sheriff Court today. -> Read more at Daily Record

Nicola Sturgeon Attacks Scotland Powers Deal Agreed by SNP

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Nicola Sturgeon attacks Scotland powers deal agreed by SNP. The First Minister argues the Smith Commission report does not meet the Unionist parties' promise of extensive new powers only hours after her party signed up to it... -> Read more at Telegraph

Attempted Robbery of Taxi Driver

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Attempted robbery of taxi driver. Police in Edinburgh are appealing for witnesses following the attempted robbery of a taxi driver in the west of the city. -> Read more at BBC News

Perfect Timing for War Memorial Restoral

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Perfect timing for war memorial restoral. MEMBERS of the Lochore and Crosshill communities managed to restore a war memorial at the Lochore Miners Welfare Institute, just in time for Remembrance Sunday. -> Read more at Central Fife Times

Lochgilphead Grandmother Hits out at Damp Flat

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Lochgilphead grandmother hits out at damp flat. A grandmother with arthritis has accused her landlord of ignoring her and her grandson's health problems by refusing to re-house them immediately. But Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) says it has only recently received a transfer application. Read the full story in the Argyllshire Advertiser, November 28 2014, also online at www. ... -> Read more at Argyllshire Advertiser

White Ribbon Campaign to Ask Passengers at Glasgow, Prestwick, Edinburgh and Aberdeen Airports to Say No to Violence Against Women

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White Ribbon Campaign to ask passengers at Glasgow, Prestwick, Edinburgh and Aberdeen airports to say no to violence against women. BACKED by Police Scotland, the campaign will ask passengers to make the pledge to speak out on violence against women before they board their flight. -> Read more at Glasgow Now

Orthopaedic Review Date

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Orthopaedic review date. Local patients and carers are taking part in a full review of orthopaedic services in Lanarkshire... -> Read more at Cumbernauld News

Carradale Secure Another Victory

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Carradale secure another victory. Cammy Maguire, Carradale. Carradale secured another fine league result with a six-goal demolition of struggling Renfrew side Inchinnan Valley. However, they were made to work for their victory after going a goal behind when an offensive slip allowed an Inchinnan player to get in and slide the ball beyond Neil McMillan in the Carradale. Carradale secure an... -> Read more at The Campbeltown Courier

THURSDAY MARKET CLOSE: Oil Stocks Tank After Latest Opec Call

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THURSDAY MARKET CLOSE: Oil stocks tank after latest Opec call. THE winners and losers from a lower oil price littered the FTSE 100 risers’ and fallers’ boards but left the index largely unchanged... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Alex Salmond Wins Politician of Year

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Alex Salmond wins politician of year. Former first minister Alex Salmond is named as the winner of the Spectator magazine's Politician of the Year award. -> Read more at BBC News

Appeal Launched to Find Foster Carers

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Appeal launched to find foster carers. A new campaign has been launched calling on more local people to consider making space in their lives to foster or adopt a child... -> Read more at Kirkintilloch Herald

Caithness Schools to be Checked for Radon

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Caithness schools to be checked for Radon. FIVE schools in Caithness are among 34 in the Highlands which will be inspected for radon gas during December. -> Read more at John O'Groat Journal

I Won't Sulk on the Bench, Says Raith Striker Stewart

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I won't sulk on the bench, says Raith striker Stewart. Raith Rovers striker Mark Stewart insists he doesn’t sulk when he’s on the bench - because he believes he can still impact the game... -> Read full article

Alloa Man Breached Restraining Order

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Alloa man breached restraining order. AN ALLOA man has been handed 80 hours of unpaid work after admitting to swearing at police and to breaching his bail conditions. -> Read more at Alloa Advertiser

Prestwick Set for Big Switch-on

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Prestwick set for big switch-on. PRESTWICK will be lit up this weekend as the festive season kicks-off in the town. -> Read more at Carrick Herald

VIDEO: City Gives Away Last Christmas Tree

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VIDEO: City gives away last Christmas tree. The last Christmas tree in the Norwegian city of Stavanger is about to go on display in the centre of Aberdeen. -> Watch at BBC News

Bonchester Farm Hit by Thieves

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Bonchester farm hit by thieves. Police are appealing for information after thieves targeted a farm near Bonchester Bridge at the weekend... -> Read more at Hawick News

Hughes Eyes Cup Glory for Inverness

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Hughes eyes Cup glory for Inverness. Inverness manager John Hughes believes their Scottish Premiership form proves they can win the Scottish Cup. -> Read more at BBC News

Murder Accused Had Minor Injuries

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Murder accused had minor injuries. A man accused of murdering a woman in her Glasgow home and stabbing her 86-year-old partner had injuries to his hands and legs, a court hears. -> Read more at BBC News