Luxury Brands Target Well-heeled Scots

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Luxury brands target well-heeled Scots. A PRIVATE business club that brings together well-heeled clients and luxury brands such as Gucci, Ferrari and Sunseeker Yachts has unveiled plans to launch in Scotland next month... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Scottish Broadband 'lagging Rest of UK'

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Scottish broadband 'lagging rest of UK'. More than half of Scotland’s IT decision-makers believe the country’s broadband service is worse than elsewhere in the UK, according to a new poll... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Graham's Launches New Products Following £1m Investment

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Graham's launches new products following £1m investment. Graham’s The Family Dairy is bolstering its spreadable butters range after investing £1 million to ramp up capacity at its Bridge of Allan site... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Crowdcube Raises £1.5m for Scots Firms

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Crowdcube raises £1.5m for Scots firms. A CROWDFUNDING platform that launched a Scottish operation only last autumn has raised more than £1.5 million for businesses north of the Border, with the promise of much more to come... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Dundee United Striker Nadir Ciftci Insists He Did NOT Bite Jim McAlister

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Dundee United striker Nadir Ciftci insists he did NOT bite Jim McAlister.. DUNDEE UNITED striker Nadir Ciftci has denied biting Dundee rival Jim McAlister during Sunday's derby. -> Read more at Daily Express

Milo Needs a Trim but Mum is in No Rush as Little Hero Puts Chemo Ordeal Behind him

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Milo needs a trim but mum is in no rush as little hero puts chemo ordeal behind him. THE five-year-old's hairstyle is now the most obvious sign he is back to full health after overcoming a gruelling battle with cancer. -> Read more at Edinburgh Now

Andy Murray Savours Mentor Role as He Marches into Roland Garros Second Round

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Andy Murray savours mentor role as he marches into Roland Garros second round. ANDY MURRAY battled his nerves and difficult slow, windy conditions to book his place in the second round draw at Roland Garros - then revelled in his expanding role as mentor to the new generation by cheering on as Englishman Kyle Edmund joined him there. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

McShane Signs Three-year County Deal

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McShane signs three-year County deal. ROSS County have completed the signing of Queen of the South midfielder Ian McShane on a three-year deal. The club had a bid for the 22-year-old last week and agreed terms with McShane on Monday. It marks -> Read more at Inverness Courier

Tub-thumping Piety (John Tulloch)

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Tub-thumping piety (John Tulloch). It’s a time for piety from the SNP and Robbie McGregor, “lawn sleeves billowing”, gives us the text. “Thou shalt not lie! ” he thunders. Thumping the “Good Book”, he demands atonement and warns of judgment to come “The most important consideration must be that an apology is due by the MP to the people of Sh... -> Read more at Shetland Times

Taking Art Inspiration from the Outdoors

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Taking art inspiration from the outdoors. Primary 1 and Primary 2 pupils from The Glasgow Academy Milngavie were in nearby. -> Read more at Milngavie Herald

Machars Members Enjoy Dressage in the Sunshine

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Machars members enjoy dressage in the sunshine. Machars Riding club held their first dressage league event of the season at Carty Port Equestrian last Saturday in glorious sunshine... -> Read more at Galloway Gazette

Dundee United BACK Nadir Ciftci over Bite Claim

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Dundee United BACK Nadir Ciftci over bite claim. Dundee United have backed Nadir Ciftci following yesterday's altercation with Jim McAlister. -> Read more at Evening Telegraph

Jed Allen: Police Find Body After Hunt for Murder Suspect

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Jed Allen: Police find body after hunt for murder suspect. Detectives hunting Jed Allen, who was being pursued after his young sister, mother and her partner were found stabbed to death at their home, have discovered his body in a wooded area in Oxford, Thames Valley Police said. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

Mortonhall Memorial to Baby Ashes Scandal Children Unveiled as Walled Water Garden Design

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Mortonhall memorial to Baby Ashes Scandal children unveiled as walled water garden design. IN 2012 it emerged that ashes of stillborn and young babies had been dumped in the gardens of the ­Edinburgh City Council-run crematorium. -> Read more at Daily Record

French-born SNP MSP Cannot Vote in EU Referendum

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French-born SNP MSP cannot vote in EU referendum. A FRENCH-BORN politician elected to represent a region of Scotland has said it is a democratic disgrace that he will not be allowed to vote in the referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union... -> Read more at The Scotsman

In Pictures: Norwich Return to the Premier League After 2-0 Play-off Final Victory over Middlesbrough

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In Pictures: Norwich return to the Premier League after 2-0 play-off final victory over Middlesbrough. FORMER Hamilton boss Alex Neil celebrates with fellow Scots as Canaries secure £130m payday with return to England's top flight. -> Read more at Hamilton Advertiser

Double Award Joy for Capital Curler Aitken

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Double award joy for Capital curler Aitken. Edinburgh’s Gina Aitken enjoyed a double celebration after claiming two prizes in the annual Royal Caledonian Curling Club Awards. -> Read more at Edinburgh Evening News

Buckie Cricket Club Make Amends

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Buckie Cricket Club make amends. AFTER a disappointing loss to Forres last week Buckie made amends at home to Fort William. -> Read more at Banffshire Journal

Inmates Sentenced for Hostage Taking

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Inmates sentenced for hostage taking. Two prisoners who took a fellow inmate hostage and demanded a bus to take them to another jail are given indeterminate jail sentences. -> Read more at BBC News

Video: Thousands Turn out for Denny and Dunipace Gala Day

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Video: Thousands turn out for Denny and Dunipace Gala Day. The sun shone and organisers could breathe a sigh of relief as their collective efforts paid off... -> Read more at Falkirk Herald

Andy Coulson Saw Millie Phone Transcripts, Says Former Chief Reporter

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Andy Coulson saw Millie phone transcripts, says former chief reporter. Andy Coulson was shown transcripts of the missing schoolgirl Milly Dowler's hacked voicemail while he was acting editor of the... -> Read more at The Times

Southampton Chief Scout Ross Wilson Backs his Bairns at Falkirk Against an Old Mentor

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Southampton chief scout Ross Wilson backs his Bairns at Falkirk against an old mentor. AFTER much prompting, Ross Wilson dredges up a story to illustrate his past life with John Hughes. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

Andy Murray Beats Facundo Arguello in Straight Sets

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Andy Murray beats Facundo Arguello in straight sets. Andy Murray sailed through to the second round of the French Open with a 6-3, 6-3, 6-1 victory over Argentinian qualifier Facundo Arguello. -> Read more at Herald Scotland

Latest: Andy Murray v Fecundo Arguello

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Latest: Andy Murray v Fecundo Arguello. Andy Murray leads Fecundo Arguello 6-3, 6-3 in their first-round match at the French Open.   -> Read more at Herald Scotland

Thurso and Wick Among Cheapest Seaside Towns in UK

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Thurso and Wick among cheapest seaside towns in UK. THURSO and Wick are two of the cheapest seaside towns in Britain to buy property according to a latest study. -> Read more at John O'Groat Journal