Hearts: Robbie Neilson Not Expecting Player Sales

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Hearts: Robbie Neilson not expecting player sales. ROBBIE Neilson is confident that he will not lose any of his players over the closing days of this transfer window... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Hibernian: Share Plan Deserved More Dialogue at AGM

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Hibernian: Share plan deserved more dialogue at AGM. HAVING carried the day at their own Annual General Meeting with relative ease, Hibernian’s board of directors may well be in bullish mood as they prepare for their share offer to supporters to go live next week... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Rod Petrie Defends Dialogue over Hibs Share Plan

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Rod Petrie defends dialogue over Hibs share plan. CHAIRMAN Rod Petrie last night rejected claims that debate over a proposed share plan had been stifled at Hibernian’s Annual General Meeting and accused one supporters’ group of “aggressive guerrilla tactics” against “key figures” at the club... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Misery for Falkirk Drivers After Cattle Trailer Upturns on M9

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Misery for Falkirk drivers after cattle trailer upturns on M9. Motorists faced huge tailbacks on the M9 after a cattle trailer tipped over. -> Read more at Falkirk Herald

Talking Begins About Wind Farm Share-out

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Talking begins about wind farm share-out. Controversial wind turbines near Torwood will pay put a total of £48,000 to support community projects. -> Read more at Falkirk Herald

Pc on Trial for Dangerous Driving

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Pc on trial for dangerous driving. A police officer was driving "too fast" for icy road conditions when he knocked down a pedestrian leaving him seriously injured, a court hears. -> Read more at BBC News

Falkirk Chip Shop Fire Believed to be Deliberate

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Falkirk chip shop fire believed to be deliberate. An appeal has gone out for witnesses to a suspicious fire at a chip shop in Falkirk’s Callendar Road. -> Read more at Falkirk Herald

Paedophile Driving Instructor Abused Kids in the Woods After Luring Them with the Promise of Offroad Lessons

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Paedophile driving instructor abused kids in the woods after luring them with the promise of offroad lessons. TREVOR Cole, 57, subjected six girls and boys, the youngest just nine, to horrific attacks on remote forest tracks. -> Read more at Daily Record

Celtic Could Win Rangers Match Wearing Blindfolds, Says Former Hoops Striker Chris Sutton

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Celtic could win Rangers match wearing blindfolds, says former Hoops striker Chris Sutton. THE former Parkhead hero has delivered an astonishing verdict on Sunday's League Cup semi-final crunch at Hampden. -> Read more at Daily Record

Sleeping Driver Caused Fatal Crash

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Sleeping driver caused fatal crash. A man admits falling asleep at the wheel seconds before his car crashed into another, killing the driver. -> Read more at BBC News

Barney's Beer Makes Limited Edition Idlewild IPA

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Barney's Beer makes limited edition Idlewild IPA. AN EDINBURGH craft brewery has created a bespoke beer to coincide with the launch of the new album from capital band Idlewild... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Man Accused of Abducting and Robbing Members of Tycoon Ann Gloag's Family Arrives at Court in a Wheelchair

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Man accused of abducting and robbing members of tycoon Ann Gloag's family arrives at court in a wheelchair. FOUR officers from prison escort firm G4S lifted Brian Martin up several steps into Perth Sheriff Court to face a petition alleging he tied up and robbed the family at knifepoint. -> Read more at Daily Record

Rangers Keeper Steve Simonsen to Learn his Fate Next Month After Allegedly Placing 55 Bets on Football Matches

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Rangers keeper Steve Simonsen to learn his fate next month after allegedly placing 55 bets on football matches. IT is unknown whether Simonsen pleaded guilty when he contacted the SFA in relation to the accusation. -> Read more at Daily Record

Scots Dad Meets with Bone Marrow Recipient

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Scots dad meets with bone marrow recipient. A BRAVE Scottish dad-of-three was left in tears after meeting mum – who also has three children – whose live he saved with a major bone marrow donation. -> Read more at The Scotsman

Figures from Accountant in Bankruptcy Show Fall in Firms Going to Wall, and Personal Bankruptcies.

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Figures from Accountant in Bankruptcy show fall in firms going to wall, and personal bankruptcies.. The number of Scottish businesses going to the wall is continuing to fall. -> Read more at The Courier

Royal Navy Rescues Sick Toddler Stranded in Snowbound Farmhouse in Scottish Borders

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Royal Navy rescues sick toddler stranded in snowbound farmhouse in Scottish Borders. A ROYAL Navy Sea King from HMS Gannet airlifted the one-year-old from his remote home to Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle. -> Read more at Daily Record

Rise in Calls as People Seek Debt Help

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Rise in calls as people seek debt help. A local charity is expecting to receive more calls for help in the next few weeks as people struggle to deal with post-Christmas debt... -> Read more at Fife Today

Flower Show Date for Stonemason

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Flower show date for stonemason. A Balfron stonemason has been chosen to build part of Australia’s entry for the Chelsea Flower Show. for the second time... -> Read more at Milngavie Herald

The Libertines to Headline T in the Park 2015

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The Libertines to headline T in the Park 2015. REUNITED indie rockers The Libertines are to headline Scotland’s biggest music festival at its new home this summer. -> Read more at The Scotsman

Plans for 1000 Homes Move a Step Forward

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Plans for 1000 homes move a step forward. AMENDMENTS to plans allowing for more than 1,000 new homes in Helensburgh and Lomond have been approved by councillors after Scottish Government reporters largely backed the proposals. -> Read more at Helensburgh Advertiser

Vision Aid Overseas: Specsavers Hamilton Collect 2000 Pairs of Glasses

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Vision Aid Overseas: Specsavers Hamilton collect 2000 pairs of glasses. New appeal launched to provide eyecare for people in Zambia. -> Read more at Hamilton Advertiser

Police Warning After Arran Targeted by Fraudsters

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Police warning after Arran targeted by fraudsters. POLICE have put out a strong warning after four members of the public were targeted by fraudsters last week. -> Read more at Ardrossan Herald

Kieran McCann Missing: Body Found in Search for St Andrews Student Who Disappeared After Night out

12 hours ago
Kieran McCann missing: Body found in search for St Andrews student who disappeared after night out. KIERAN McCann, 18, a first year economics and International Relations student at St Andrews University, Fife, had been missing since Tuesday evening. -> Read more at Daily Record

Snowbound Baby Rescued in Borders

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Snowbound baby rescued in Borders. THE quick intervention of a Royal Navy Search and Rescue helicopter helped extract a young child who had taken ill while stranded in a snow-bound house near Langholm. -> Read more at Border Telegraph

Housing ‘would be No Bad Plan’ for Cowdenbeath Site

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Housing ‘would be no bad plan’ for Cowdenbeath site. WHAT the aftermath will be of the withdrawal of Tesco from building a store at the north end of the town’s High Street caused an interesting debate at Wednesday’s meeting of the Cowdenbeath Night/Day Challenge Group. -> Read more at Central Fife Times