Film Producers Lured to Scotland

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Film producers lured to Scotland. LEADING Hollywood producers will be urged to use Scottish locations and talent in their upcoming projects as part of the Scotland Week celebrations in the US. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

Robbie Neilson Targets Top Six Finish Next Season

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Robbie Neilson targets top six finish next season. WHILE teams below them in the Championship could wait another two months before knowing what division they will be in next season, Hearts’ planning for the next campaign is already well under way... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Robbie Neilson Insists Hearts Keep Momentum Going

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Robbie Neilson insists Hearts keep momentum going. THE title race is over, but the pursuit of excellence continues for Hearts. Saturday’s comfortable victory embodied many of the virtues that have assured the Edinburgh club of automatic promotion from the Championship, and once more highlighted the unrelenting approach that has brought Robbie Neilson such success in his first season... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Stuart McCall is Rebuilding Rangers Self-belief

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Stuart McCall is rebuilding Rangers self-belief. RESILIENCE, confidence, momentum. Three words that dominate the narrative in football every weekend from the top of the Scottish Premiership right down to the bottom of the Lowland League. Three words which, until very recently, have been absent from Ibrox in 2015 and, in all honesty, throughout most of the campaign... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Islamic Car Registration Goes Down a Dead End

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Islamic car registration goes down a dead end. CIVIL servants are refusing to sanction the release of personalised car registration plates with a combination of numbers and letters that could read Islam. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

DNA Strands Identified from Dead Germanwings Passengers Remains

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DNA strands identified from dead Germanwings passengers remains. DNA belonging to 78 people has been found at the scene of the Alps air disaster as investigators continue working at the site. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

Duncan Smith Says Tories May Not Detail Benefit Cuts Before Election

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Duncan Smith says Tories may not detail benefit cuts before election. Conservatives may not reveal details of how they plan to cut £12 billion from benefits before voters go to the polls on May 7, Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has said. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

New Forth Crossing Takes Futuristic Shape

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New Forth crossing takes futuristic shape. The tubular structure and monochromatic backdrop resonate like a scene from a science fiction movie. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

Serious Fraud Office Fined £180,000 over Documents Blunder

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Serious Fraud Office fined £180,000 over documents blunder. The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has been fined £180,000 after thousands of confidential documents from an investigation into defence giant BAE Systems were sent to the wrong person. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

Altered State of UK Politics Should Not Allow SNP to Rewrite History

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Altered state of UK politics should not allow SNP to rewrite history. Today one of the most memorable Parliaments of the last few decades will be dissolved. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

Another String to the Bow for Glasgow Nursery Pupils

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Another string to the bow for Glasgow nursery pupils. At first glance it looks like a scene that wouldn't be out of place in Alice in Wonderland, a series of enchantingly small musical instruments. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

Carmichael Claims SNP Will Not be Serious Players in Any Post-election Talks

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Carmichael claims SNP will not be serious players in any post-election talks. NICOLA Sturgeon's SNP will not be serious players in any post General Election negotiations because of their "strategic ineptitude" by ruling out any deal with the Conservatives, Alistair Carmichael has claimed. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

Talks to Put Polish Language on Curriculum Under Way

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Talks to put Polish language on curriculum under way. For a decade the Polish language has been heard in the playgrounds of Scottish schools as thousands of children whose parents moved to Scotland with EU expansion settled in alongside Scots. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

Easter "effectively Cancelled" for Rail Passengers

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Easter "effectively cancelled" for rail passengers. RAIL passengers are being told to avoid travelling over this weekend, with one train operator warning "Easter is effectively cancelled". -> Read more at Herald Scotland

New Display on Scottish History Unveiled at Gleneagles Railway Station

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New display on Scottish history unveiled at Gleneagles railway station. A NEW display celebrating Scottish history has gone on show at Gleneagles railway station in Perthshire. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

Fresh Drug Concerns at Nightclub

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Fresh drug concerns at nightclub. Police have reported a man for alleged licensing offences and a number of people for drugs offences at the nightclub involved in the death last year of 17 year old Regane MacColl. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

Clegg Calls for Public Interest Defence for Journalistic Sources

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Clegg calls for public interest defence for journalistic sources. A reform of the law is needed to ensure a proper public interest defence for journalists, Nick Clegg has said. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

Regimental Flags from Battle of Waterloo Displayed at Edinburgh Castle

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Regimental flags from Battle of Waterloo displayed at Edinburgh Castle. Flags rescued from capture at the battle of Waterloo at the cost of five British lives will go on display for the last time before they are permanently archived for preservation. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

Two Scots Nominated for Women in Business Awards

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Two Scots nominated for women in business awards. THE chief executive of a Scottish financial services firm has been shortlisted for a prestigious businesswoman award. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

New Lanark in £1.54m Boost to the 18th Century Working Village

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New Lanark in £1.54m boost to the 18th century working village. The organisation that runs the 18th century World Heritage Site of New Lanark is to receive a major cash boost as part of a £6.4 million investment scheme to regenerate towns. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

Neil Diamond Fan is Back on the Road Following his Idol

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Neil Diamond fan is back on the road following his idol. A retired policeman who has spent almost £250,000 going to Neil Diamond gigs is preparing to follow him around the world again. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

Holyrood Fisheries Chiefs Should be Given Power to Veto Military Exercises

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Holyrood fisheries chiefs should be given power to veto military exercises.. HOLYROOD fisheries chiefs should be given the power to veto military exercises in Scottish waters, the SNP demanded last night. -> Read more at Daily Express

Critics Take Aim at SNP Trio's Trip to Hollywood During Scotland Week

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Critics take aim at SNP trio's trip to Hollywood during Scotland Week.. THREE Scottish Government ministers will embark upon taxpayer-funded junkets to the USA in the next fortnight, it emerged yesterday. -> Read more at Daily Express

SNP Back Labour Plan Despite Fears It Could Wreck Economic Recovery

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SNP back Labour plan despite fears it could wreck economic recovery.. THE SNP faced a backlash last night over plans to bring back the 50p tax rate, prompting warnings it would spell economic ­disaster for Scotland. -> Read more at Daily Express

Melanie Harvey: Another Piece of Pop History is Consigned to the Bin

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Melanie Harvey: Another piece of pop history is consigned to the bin. MELANIE discusses the latest happenings in the pop world following the news that Zayn Malik has quit One Direction and the Top 40 will be moving from a Sunday to a Friday. -> Read more at Airdrie and Coatbridge Advertiser