Bus Lane Earns Glasgow Council £800k in Two Months

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Bus lane earns Glasgow council £800k in two months. COUNCIL chiefs have raked in a staggering £800,000 in motoring fines from drivers passing through Nelson Mandela Place in Glasgow in just two months, it was revealed today... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Scottish Independence: Lloyds 'would Move' HQ

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Scottish independence: Lloyds 'would move' HQ. LLOYDS Banking Group is considering having its registered office in London rather than Edinburgh should Scots vote for independence, according to banking industry sources... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Elderly Man Set for Court on Threats Charge

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Elderly man set for court on threats charge. An 82-year-old man is the subject of a report to the procurator fiscal in connection with four counts of threatening or abusive behaviour in the Ardbeg Road area of Rothesay... -> Read more at The Buteman

Hunt for Missing Mother and 3 Children

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Hunt for missing mother and 3 children. POLICE want to trace a missing mother and her young family last season in Glasgow... -> Read more at The Scotsman

LIVE UPDATES: The Courier Independence Debate, at Perth Concert Hall

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LIVE UPDATES: The Courier independence debate, at Perth Concert Hall. An audience of around 1,000 people will join The Courier on Tuesday evening for our independence referendum debate in Perth. -> Read more at The Courier

Cardenden Woman April’s Degree of Success

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Cardenden woman April’s degree of success. CARDENDEN woman, April Shepherd, graduated from the University of Strathclyde with a Bachelor of Education and Primary Education degree. -> Read more at Central Fife Times

Plans to Block City Rat-run and Cut Parking Spaces Approved

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Plans to block city rat-run and cut parking spaces approved. PLANS to block off a rat-run and reduce the number of parking spaces on a city centre street have been approved by councillors. Traffic will now be banned from turning left from Huntly Street onto Ness -> Read more at Inverness Courier

Woman Dies in Fall from Cairngorms

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Woman dies in fall from Cairngorms. A woman has died after she was caught in a rockfall in the Cairngorms mountains... -> Read more at The Scotsman

New Lochaber Trail Honours the Commandos

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New Lochaber trail honours the Commandos. A NEW trail remembering the training of 30,000 elite commandos during World War II in Lochaber has been officially opened. -> Read more at Lochaber News

Brothers Seek Backing for Mossend Railfreight Plan

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Brothers seek backing for Mossend Railfreight plan. The brothers seeking a massive expansion of Mossend Railhead admitted this week they are still struggling to win over the general public. -> Read more at Motherwell Times

Scottish Independence Round-up: New Poll Reaction

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Scottish independence round-up: New poll reaction. CATCH up on the day in the Scottish independence debate, with this round-up of stories featured on our dedicated referendum microsite... -> Read more at The Scotsman

A Woman Has Been Killed in a Mountain Rockfall in the Cairngorms

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A woman has been killed in a mountain rockfall in the Cairngorms. MOUNTAIN Rescue teams and Navy rescue helicopter called to scene but victim could not be resuscitated. -> Read more at Daily Record

Scottish Independence: Food and Drink Yes 'boost'

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Scottish independence: Food and drink Yes 'boost'. SCOTLAND’S food and drink industry will be boosted by the global publicity generated by a Yes vote in the Scottish independence referendum, Alex Salmond has said... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Sturgeon, Murphy, Goldie and Souter Join Panel for TV Referendum Debate Tomorrow

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Sturgeon, Murphy, Goldie and Souter join panel for TV Referendum Debate tomorrow. Yes and No supporters will battle it out before live audience on BBC1. -> Read more at Stirling Observer

Young People Prepare for Referendum Vote

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Young people prepare for referendum vote. Nearly 12,000 under-18s in the North-east have registered to take part in the Scottish independence referendum... -> Read more at Inverurie Herald

Scottish Independence and Border Controls

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Scottish independence and border controls. HOW would movement in and out of Scotland be affected by Scottish independence? When would Scots need their passports to travel? We highlight some of the key issues around border control and travel in this explainer... -> Read more at The Scotsman

RBS Shares Down as Independence Support Rises.

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RBS shares down as independence support rises.. Signs of a pick-up in support for Scottish independence left shares in Royal Bank of Scotland lower. -> Read more at The Scotsman

New Park and Ride Facility is Set to Open in Wishaw in October

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New park and ride facility is set to open in Wishaw in October. £184,000 spent on the facitlity at Belhaven Road -> Read more at Wishaw Press

Woman Dies in Mountain Rockfall

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Woman dies in mountain rockfall. A woman has died despite rescue attempts on Coire an t-Sneachda in the Cairngorm mountain range in the Highlands. -> Read more at BBC News

Woman Dies in Cairngorm Mountains

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Woman dies in Cairngorm mountains. A woman has died despite rescue attempts on Coire an t-Sneachda in the Cairngorm mountain range in the Highlands. -> Read more at BBC News

Inquiry Call for Tougher Checks for Elderly Drivers

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Inquiry call for tougher checks for elderly drivers. THE possibility of drivers over 80 facing more stringent tests to determine their ability to drive has been raised at a fatal accident inquiry. -> Read more at John O'Groat Journal

Morag Completes Monster of a Swim

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Morag completes monster of a swim. A Lochaber-based nurse believes she may have become the first person to swim the 12-mile length of Loch Morar. -> Read more at Lochaber News

Old Firm Charity Match

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Old Firm charity match. OLD FIRM legends took to the field again on Sunday in aid of charity. -> Read more at Carrick Herald

Oil Executive Escapes Jail over £80k Expenses Fraud

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Oil executive escapes jail over £80k expenses fraud. A SENIOR oil executive who falsely claimed £80,000 in expenses from the company he worked for has narrowly avoided jail... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Glenrothes Charity Staff Dress Up for a Drenching

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Glenrothes charity staff dress up for a drenching. An internet charity craze that’s swept the globe and involved everyone from former American presidents to celebrities and film stars, has reached the new town... -> Read more at Fife Today