How Do You Make a Wildcat Haven?

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How do you make a wildcat haven? How are conservationists creating a haven for Scottish wildcat in the north west Highlands? -> Read more at BBC News

Figures Reveal Rape Report Locations

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Figures reveal rape report locations. More rapes were reported in West Fife than any other area in Scotland over a 14-month period, according to data obtained by BBC Scotland. -> Read more at BBC News

Call for Greater Silica Safeguards

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Call for greater silica safeguards. Academics at the University of Stirling call on the Health and Safety Executive to tighten workplace exposure limits on harmful silica dust. -> Read more at BBC News

Glasgow Ready for 2014 Games Opening

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Glasgow ready for 2014 Games opening. The Queen will formally open the 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in front of a 40,000 crowd at Celtic Park. -> Read more at BBC News

Biggest UK Fish Ever Caught off Isle of Skye

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Biggest UK fish ever caught off Isle of Skye. A DETERMINED angler has scaled the heights of fishing – hooking the biggest fish ever caught off the UK coastline. -> Read more at The Scotsman

Glasgow 2014 Opening Ceremony Tickets Go Unsold

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Glasgow 2014 opening ceremony tickets go unsold. Hundreds of tickets for the centrepiece opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games remain on sale – just hours before the Queen is due to launch the event... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Cultural Extravaganza to Celebrate Glasgow 2014

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Cultural extravaganza to celebrate Glasgow 2014. MORE than 10,000 people are expected to flock to huge Commonwealth Games parties in different parts of Glasgow as part of the vast cultural festival being held to coincide with the sporting extravaganza. -> Read more at The Scotsman

Children Win £450k from Father Who Killed Mother

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Children win £450k from father who killed mother. The children of a woman who was burned to death by her former husband have won a £450,000 court action against their father. -> Read more at The Scotsman

Usain Bolt Trains Twice a Day to Light Up Glasgow

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Usain Bolt trains twice a day to light up Glasgow. Six-times Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt says he ready to put on a good show in the sprint relay at the Commonwealth Games after recovering from minor foot surgery and a hamstring injury... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Glasgow 2014 Impact to be Felt 'for Generations'

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Glasgow 2014 impact to be felt 'for generations'. alex Salmond said yesterday the success of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games will prove that Scotland has the ability to stage international events... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Oil Tycoon Gifts £1,000 After Boy Delivers Letter

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Oil tycoon gifts £1,000 after boy delivers letter. It WAS a request that no self-respecting billionaire could possibly refuse. And now a charity group in Oban is in the money after a six-year-old boy persuaded Ineos owner Jim Ratcliffe to donate £1,000 towards building a new community playpark... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Strachan: 'Glasgow's People Will Make Games Great'

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Strachan: 'Glasgow's people will make Games great'. Gordon Strachan has predicted the Scottish people will make the Commonwealth Games a success – just as the Brazilian public made the World Cup... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Celtic Advance but Deila Says Forster May Go

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Celtic advance but Deila says Forster may go. RONNY Deila has admitted Fraser Forster could leave Celtic before the end of the current transfer window but insists he remains determined to retain the goalkeeper’s services for Champions League group stage football this season. -> Read more at The Scotsman

Things Get Freaky in Auld Reekie as Celtic Visit

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Things get freaky in Auld Reekie as Celtic visit. IN SPORT, the word “surreal” has become a cliche. At the London Olympics, the competitors used it daily to describe the sensation of winning, or performing in front of their biggest-ever crowd – or both. -> Read more at The Scotsman

Europa League: Lasley Glad He Escaped Sending-off

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Europa League: Lasley glad he escaped sending-off. MOTHERWELL captain Keith Lasley admitted he thought he was going to miss out on tomorrow’s crucial Europa League tie in Iceland after fearing he was going to get sent off against Stjarnan. -> Read more at The Scotsman

NAC Breda 1-2 Dundee United: United Grab Late Win

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NAC Breda 1-2 Dundee United: United grab late win. Jackie McNamara believes Dundee United’s Dutch training camp has left them ready to hit the ground running this season after watching Mario Bilate register his first goal for the club. -> Read more at The Scotsman

Glasgow 2014: History Awaits Farah, Says Moorcroft

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Glasgow 2014: History awaits Farah, says Moorcroft. MO FARAH could be in line for his two toughest races in years at the Commonwealth Games, according to former 5,000 metres world record holder David Moorcroft... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Sir Menzies Campbell on the Commonwealth Games

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Sir Menzies Campbell on the Commonwealth Games. AFTER hanging up his spikes, Sir Menzies Campbell reported on the 1970 Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh for The Scotsman. In this exclusive article, he reflects on what the Games have meant to him as a competitor, a columnist and an official... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Glasgow 2014: Scotland Ready to Start Gold Rush

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Glasgow 2014: Scotland ready to start gold rush. LET the gold rush begin. The home nation’s management team left no room for doubt yesterday. By the time day one of the Commonwealth Games is over tomorrow night, one or more Scottish athletes will have stood on top of the podium... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Boohoo to Push Button on German Site

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Boohoo to push button on German site. BOOHOO, the British online fashion retailer that floated in March, is pushing into Germany with a dedicated website. -> Read more at The Scotsman

Comment: Royal Mail

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Comment: Royal Mail. THE City jury will be out for a while on the trading prospects for Royal Mail following the jolt from its first-quarter trading update yesterday. -> Read more at The Scotsman

Price Wars as Shoppers Get Bargain Habit

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Price wars as shoppers get bargain habit. THE Scottish high street continued to struggle in June as cost conscious shoppers forced retailers to cut their prices. -> Read more at The Scotsman

Factory Slowdown Hits Economy

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Factory slowdown hits economy. Factory orders have slowed more than expected in recent weeks, casting a shadow over the pace of recovery in Britain’s manufacturing sector. -> Read more at The Scotsman

Bairns Take the 2013-14 Stirlingshire Cup

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Bairns take the 2013-14 Stirlingshire Cup. Falkirk lifted the Stirlingshire Cup with goals from strike duo Rory Loy and Scott Shepherd... -> Read more at Falkirk Herald

Nicky Moves to Judges' Chair for Charity Ball

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Nicky moves to judges' chair for charity ball. X-Factor finalist Nicholas McDonald has turned from contestant to judge in a bid to help raise funds for a cancer charity... -> Read more at Motherwell Times