GPS Delay Lets Sex Offenders off the Hook

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GPS delay lets sex offenders off the hook. THE Scottish Government has been urged to stop “dragging its heels” over the introduction of satellite tagging of sex offenders... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Charity Defends Airport Green Tax

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Charity defends airport green tax. The conservation charity WWF Scotland cautions against moves to scrap Air Passenger Duty for departures from Scotland. -> Read more at BBC News

Scandal of Foreign Speeders on Scotland's Roads

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Scandal of foreign speeders on Scotland's roads.. MOTORING organisations last night reacted with fury after learning 7,000 foreign drivers caught speeding in Scotland have never been prosecuted. -> Read more at Daily Express

Scouting Seen as 'too Middle Class'

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Scouting seen as 'too middle class'. Scouting could die out in poorer parts of the UK because it is still seen as being for middle-class Christian boys, the chief commissioner has warned... -> Read more at The Scotsman

DNA 'linked to Accused' on World's End Victim

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DNA 'linked to accused' on World's End victim. A TRIAL has heard details of DNA found on a teenager’s underwear linked to the man accused of her murder... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Dundee Shoppers Steal Baskets to Dodge 5p Bag Charge

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Dundee shoppers steal baskets to dodge 5p bag charge.. SUPERMARKET bosses have been forced to attach security tags to baskets to stop tight-fisted shoppers stealing them because of the new 5p carrier bag tax. -> Read more at Daily Express

Former Dunfermline FC Owner Goes Bankrupt

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Former Dunfermline FC owner goes bankrupt.. FORMER Dunfermline Athletic owner Gavin Masterton has been declared bankrupt with debts of £1.1million, it emerged yesterday. -> Read more at Daily Express

Jim Murphy Will Start Labour Leadership Campaign with an Apology

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Jim Murphy will start Labour leadership campaign with an apology.. SCOTTISH Labour leadership favourite Jim Murphy will today officially launch his campaign by apologising on behalf of his party. -> Read more at Daily Express

5p Bag Dodge Prompts Supermarket to Tag Baskets

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5p bag dodge prompts supermarket to tag baskets. A SCOTTISH supermarket has been forced to attach electronic security tags to baskets as tight-fisted shoppers refuse to stump up the new 5p charge for a ­carrier bag... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Comment: RBS Results

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Comment: RBS results. WHAT is fascinating about the RBS third-quarter results is not the impressive £400 million set aside to cover potential fines for alleged currency rigging but the even more impressive pre-tax profit of £1.27 billion. -> Read more at The Scotsman

British Airways Owner IAG Bullish on Profit Update

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British Airways owner IAG bullish on profit update. THE owner of British Airways stepped up the pressure on its European rivals yesterday by forecasting it will make bigger-than-expected profits this year. -> Read more at The Scotsman

'We Need to Talk the Language of Art and Spirit and Imagination'

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'We need to talk the language of art and spirit and imagination'. It was during a trip to Iceland for her daughter's wedding that Janet Archer suddenly realised she was talking the... -> Read more at The Times

Public Back Microchips for All Dogs

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Public back microchips for all dogs. Dog owners could be forced to microchip their pets to help to protect the public against dangerous animals. The measure... -> Read more at The Times

Satellite to Track Offenders

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Satellite to track offenders. Advanced satellite tracking technology is to be tested to help to monitor sex offenders and domestic abusers, the justice secretary... -> Read more at The Times

App's Gentle Brogue Can Cure Insomnia

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App's gentle brogue can cure insomnia. Forget counting sheep, a scientist has developed an app that uses a Scottish brogue to help insomniacs nod off. Sleepio,... -> Read more at The Times

Underwear Link to World's End Accused

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Underwear link to World's End accused. A forensic scientist told a double murder trial yesterday that DNA found on a teenager's underwear was linked to the man... -> Read more at The Times

Surgeons Bully and Humiliate Their Trainees

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Surgeons bully and humiliate their trainees. Surgeons are bullying and humiliating junior doctors who they are supposed to be teaching to work in hospitals, senior medical... -> Read more at The Times

Prestwick Unveils Bid for Spaceport

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Prestwick unveils bid for spaceport. Prestwick airport has unveiled its long-awaited blueprint for the future, which includes plans to become the UK's first spaceport. The... -> Read more at The Times

Westminster Has a Mountain to Climb to Win Back Trust

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Westminster has a mountain to climb to win back trust. Scotland's referendum has left a legacy of deep suspicion. By 54-41 per cent, Scots think the London parties will fail... -> Read more at The Times

Scots Would Say 'yes' to Independence if They Could Have Another Vote Today

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Scots would say 'yes' to independence if they could have another vote today. Scots would back independence if a referendum were held today, according to a poll for The Times that highlights just... -> Read more at The Times

Celtic Keeper Craig Gordon Thanks Rangers for Saving his Career After Injury

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Celtic keeper Craig Gordon thanks Rangers for saving his career after injury.. CELTIC keeper Craig Gordon has revealed the massive debt he owes rivals Rangers for saving his career. -> Read more at Daily Express

Wigan Owner Dave Whelan: Rangers Fans Should be Worried About Mike Ashley

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Wigan owner Dave Whelan: Rangers fans should be worried about Mike Ashley.. WIGAN chairman Dave Whelan last night warned Rangers fans to be very careful of new Ibrox power-broker Mike Ashley's motives. -> Read more at Daily Express

St Johnstone 2-1 Motherwell: O'Halloran Nets Brace

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St Johnstone 2-1 Motherwell: O'Halloran nets brace. MICHAEL O’Halloran cancelled out his earlier mistake to earn St Johnstone a 2-1 victory over Motherwell with a well-taken double... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Falkirk's Helix Project Takes Saltire Society Crown

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Falkirk's Helix project takes Saltire Society crown. The Kelpies have helped the Helix gallop off with a top Scottish civil engineering award... -> Read more at Falkirk Herald

Leinster 33-8 Edinburgh

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Leinster 33-8 Edinburgh. Leinster secure a bonus-point Pro12 win over Edinburgh as the Scottish club's injury crisis worsens. -> Read more at BBC News