East Coast Train Marks Edinburgh Depot Centenary

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East Coast train marks Edinburgh depot centenary. AN East Coast locomotive has been decorated with new insignia to mark the centenary of the train line’s main depot. -> Read more at The Scotsman

Man Arrested in Connection with Rape of Teenage Girl in Park in Kilmarnock

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Man arrested in connection with rape of teenage girl in park in Kilmarnock. A 24-year-old man has been arrested by police investigating a sexual assault on a 17-year-old girl in Kay Park on Sunday night. -> Read more at Kilmarnock Standard

Thistle Third Time Lucky Against Kilsyth?

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Thistle third time lucky against Kilsyth? Largs Thistle manager Sandy MacLean is hoping that his side get the rub of the green at Kilsyth in a bottom of the table clash in the Stagecoach First Division. -> Read more at Largs & Millport News

Stately Visit for Beath High School

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Stately visit for Beath High School. PUPILS at Beath High welcomed a very prestigious visitor to their school this week, as a US ambassador decided to take the tour, after meeting one of the students. -> Read more at Central Fife Times

Caravan Park Owner Calls for Road Action

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Caravan park owner calls for road action. A caravan park owner who has witnessed countless road accidents on the A828 near his site has called on the roads authority to help. But BEAR Scotland, which is responsible for the stretch of trunk road by North Ledaig Caravan Park, says there have not been a sufficient number of accidents to merit immediate action. Caravan park owner calls for ro... -> Read more at The Oban Times

Man Arrested After Sexual Assault

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Man arrested after sexual assault. A 24-year-old man is arrested by police investigating a serious sexual assault on a teenager in Kilmarnock. -> Read more at BBC News

McFadden Signs for St Johnstone

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McFadden signs for St Johnstone. St Johnstone sign up 31-year-old Scotland forward James McFadden for the remainder of the season. -> Read more at BBC News

Second Strathy Wind Farm Funding Bids Open Tomorrow

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Second Strathy wind farm funding bids open tomorrow. PEOPLE in the north of Sutherland will soon benefit from a second community investment fund associated with SSE's Strathy North wind farm - set to open for bids tomorrow. -> Read more at Northern Times

Fire at Thurso School

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Fire at Thurso school. A fire broke out at a Thurso primary school on Wednesday morning. Two local fire engines attended the scene after getting a call just before 11.30am. -> Read more at John O'Groat Journal

Walking Football Encourages Elderly to Play

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Walking Football encourages elderly to play. The first ever Walking Football tournament has been held at the Glasgow Green Football Centre... -> Read more at The Scotsman

VIDEO: Dundee Derby Legends Face-off in Walking Football Clash

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VIDEO: Dundee derby legends face-off in walking football clash. Dundee's city square was transformed into a 'walking football' tournament in celebration of World Elders' Day. -> Watch at The Courier

WEDNESDAY MARKET CLOSE: Market Rout Continues as PMIs Miss

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WEDNESDAY MARKET CLOSE: Market rout continues as PMIs miss. Stocks were hit by a raft of disappointing economic and corporate data, wiping a further 1 per cent off the FTSE 100 as the retreat from recent highs continued unabated. -> Read more at The Scotsman

Man Dies After Whisky Warehouse Roof Fall

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Man dies after whisky warehouse roof fall. POLICE and the Health and Safety Executive were investigating today after a man died when he plunged through the roof of a Scots whisky warehouse. -> Read more at The Scotsman

Protect Your Pipes - Keep the Water Running Smoothly

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Protect your pipes - keep the water running smoothly. Scottish Water is urging householders and businesses to follow its simple winter code to protect their pipes, and keep the water cycle running smoothly, during spells of extreme cold weather. -> Read more at Cumnock Chronicle

Historic Wall Saved

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Historic wall saved. AN HISTORICAL wall in Troon is to be saved after funding was found by South Ayrshire Council. -> Read more at Ayr Advertiser

Dangerous Driving Charge is Downgraded

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Dangerous driving charge is downgraded. A woman was fined £500 and received nine penalty points on her licence at Lerwick Sheriff Court on Wednesday after being found guilty of careless driving.. Sheriff Philip Mann aquitted Szilvia Kerr of a more serious charge of dangerous driving after hearing evidence from the crown and defence. Kerr, 34, of North Lodge, Hillside Park, Gulberwick had... -> Read more at Shetland Times

Judy Murray Brings Strictly Dance Partner Anton DuBeke to Train in Stirling

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Judy Murray brings Strictly dance partner Anton DuBeke to train in Stirling. Andy's mum brings Anton to practise session closer to home, and reveals his gran's shortbread is a big hit in the Strictly dressing room. -> Read more at Stirling Observer

Underage Booze Sales to be Targeted

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Underage booze sales to be targeted. POLICE are checking that stores in the Lochaber area are not selling booze to underage teenagers. -> Read more at Lochaber News

Public to Help with Queen Street Station Redesign

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Public to help with Queen street station redesign. NETWORK RAIL has launched a second phase of public consultation in a bid to hear more views on the proposed £104m transformation of Glasgow’s Queen Street station. -> Read more at The Scotsman

Bike and Walking Route Opens Up in South Lochaber

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Bike and walking route opens up in south Lochaber. SCHOOLCHILDREN joined local councillors to officially open a new off-road path for cycling and walking in south Lochaber. -> Read more at Lochaber News

Glass-fling Teen Endangered Pregnant Girlfriend in Ross Incident, Court Told

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Glass-fling teen endangered pregnant girlfriend in Ross incident, court told. A TEENAGER endangered the life of his heavily pregnant girlfriend and their unborn child when he threw a broken piece of glass and it bounced and struck her on the stomach. -> Read more at Ross-shire Journal

Police Appeal for Help on Lochaber Crimes

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Police appeal for help on Lochaber crimes. POLICE in Lochaber have appealed for information as they bid to solve a series of crimes committed in the area in recent weeks. -> Read more at Lochaber News

Police Find 50kg of Cannabis in Car

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Police find 50kg of cannabis in car. Two people appear at Stirling Sheriff Court after police seize 50kg of cannabis resin from a car on the A907. -> Read more at BBC News

Bus Routes Targeted During Search

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Bus routes targeted during search. Police searching for a missing Aberdeen woman target bus routes in the city centre, three weeks after she vanished. -> Read more at BBC News

Stirling Council Leader Backs Calls To Stop Police Carrying Guns On Patrol

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Stirling Council Leader Backs Calls To Stop Police Carrying Guns On Patrol. Council leaders have backed a report saying firearms should be left in a gun-safe and not carried by police on our streets. -> Read more at Stirling Observer