Exit from Grangemouth Ineos Contract Costs Firm £1.25 Million

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Exit from Grangemouth Ineos contract costs firm £1.25 million. An engineering firm claimed its decision to end a contract with Ineos cost it £1.25 million in profits... -> Read more at Falkirk Herald

Flights Axed Due to Weather Warning

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Flights axed due to weather warning. British Airways axes some short-haul and domestic flights from its Tuesday schedule amid warnings of heavy rain and strong winds for parts of the UK. -> Read more at BBC News

Scottish University Staff Back Strike Action

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Scottish university staff back strike action. UNIVERSITY staff at a number of Scottish institutions have backed industrial action in a row over pensions... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Climbing Event to Aid Glencoe Moutain Rescue Team

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Climbing event to aid Glencoe Moutain Rescue Team. ORGANISERS of this year’s Scottish Mixed Masters will donate £10 of every £25 they receive to the Glencoe Mountain Rescue Team... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Uni Staff Support Industrial Action

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Uni staff support industrial action. University staff at several Scottish institutions back industrial action in a row over pensions. -> Read more at BBC News

What We Learned from the Scottish Premiership

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What we learned from the Scottish Premiership. RONNY DEILA’S Celtic suffer from bad European hangovers, Dundee United aren’t yet comfortable in their own skin and Hamilton Accies continue to defy all expectations. -> Read more at The Scotsman

Ruth's Award for her Therapy

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Ruth's award for her therapy. A Milngavie based therapist has been awarded for her work using a revolutionary technique to treat chronic pain and sports injuries... -> Read more at Milngavie Herald

Fire Crews Tackle Lamlash Chimney Blaze

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Fire crews tackle Lamlash chimney blaze. A CREW from Lamlash Community Fire Station were called out to tackle a chimney fire in a house in Arran’s Whiting Bay in the early hours of Saturday. -> Read more at Ardrossan Herald

Man Impaled Through Forehead by Part of Skip

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Man impaled through forehead by part of skip. A man had to be rescued by fire crews after he was impaled through the forehead by the lid catch of a skip. -> Read more at Edinburgh Evening News

Comment: Teenage Vote Must Remain After Indyref

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Comment: teenage vote must remain after indyref. THE referendum boasted the highest turnout in a vote since universal suffrage was granted. Glasgow, a blip in democracy’s triumph, still recorded 75%, 10% higher than in the 2010 general election... -> Read more at The Scotsman

King Says Rangers Talks Ongoing

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King says Rangers talks ongoing. Dave King tells BBC Scotland that discussions with Rangers continue as he seeks an answer on his funding offer. -> Read more at BBC News

Tenants Urged to Think ‘swap’

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Tenants urged to think ‘swap’. A NEW Fife Council Home Swap system for tenants is being launched this month. -> Read more at Central Fife Times

Heavy Rain and 75mph Winds Expected to Batter Scotland as Remains of Hurricane Gonzalo Pass over Country

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Heavy rain and 75mph winds expected to batter Scotland as remains of Hurricane Gonzalo pass over country. THE Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for Tuesday with the remains of Hurricane Gonzalo predicted to cause disruption across the country. -> Read more at Daily Record

Forth Bridge Storm Van Driver Banned

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Forth Bridge storm van driver banned. A delivery driver who was filmed attempting to drive his van across the Forth Road Bridge during a storm is banned from the roads. -> Read more at BBC News

Andy Murray Stars in Mock Film Biopic Sketch

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Andy Murray stars in mock film biopic sketch. A FILM chronicling the exploits of former Wimbledon champion Andy Murray is at the centre of a star-studded comedy sketch featuring Pharrell Williams, Britney Spears, Gordon Ramsay and Rory McIlroy as the Scot took part in a major cancer awareness campaign... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Police Probe Attempted Robbery at Thurso Fish and Chip Shop

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Police probe attempted robbery at Thurso fish and chip shop. WITNESSES are being sought to help identify two men in their mid-20s in connection to an attempted robbery at a fish and chip shop in Thurso. -> Read more at John O'Groat Journal

Picture Gallery: Foam Fight Fun at St Andrews University for Raisin Monday

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Picture gallery: Foam fight fun at St Andrews University for Raisin Monday. Students gathered in St Andrews University's Lower College Lawn for the traditional Raisin Monday foam fight. -> Read more at The Courier

Travel Delays Possible

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Travel delays possible. Flooding caused by drains blocked by fallen leaves could add to anticipated problems for drivers tomorrow (Tuesday) as the remains of Hurricane Gonzalo hit Scotland. -> Read more at Milngavie Herald

Paranormal Festival Illuminates Darker Sides of Perth's Story

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Paranormal festival illuminates darker sides of Perth's story. Perth's rich history will form the backdrop to an unusual event this weekend— the city's first paranormal festival. -> Read more at The Courier

Green Light for New School in Kirkcaldy Expected

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Green light for new school in Kirkcaldy expected. Plans to construct a new secondary school in the east end of Kirkcaldy are to be rubber-stamped by councillors. -> Read more at The Courier

Ban for "horrendous" Forth Road Bridge Driver

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Ban for "horrendous" Forth Road Bridge driver. A Delivery driver who tried to take his high sided van across the Forth Road Bridge in winds exceeding 80 miles per hour escaped jail after claiming he “didn’t even know he was on the bridge. ” -> Read more at Edinburgh Evening News

MONDAY MARKET CLOSE: Travel Firms Gain After Ebola Retreat

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MONDAY MARKET CLOSE: Travel firms gain after Ebola retreat. Travel stocks were back in favour but could not tip the scales on the commodity-heavy FTSE 100. -> Read more at The Scotsman

East Fife v Rangers: Players Owe It to Fans - Law

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East Fife v Rangers: Players owe it to fans - Law. RANGERS owe it to their fans to treat every competition with equal importance, according to midfielder Nicky Law. -> Read more at The Scotsman

Record Number of Geese Migrate to Scottish Reserve

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Record number of geese migrate to Scottish reserve. THE record-breaking number of pink-footed geese at the Montrose Basin Wildlife Reserve in Angus has twice been beaten within a number of days. -> Read more at The Scotsman

St Andrews Students Celebrate Raisin Weekend

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St Andrews students celebrate Raisin Weekend. ST ANDREWS students have taken part in a centuries-old ritual - which has evolved into a massive foam fight. -> Read more at The Scotsman