Think Before You Dance

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Think before you dance. Last week saw an outstanding performance from local primary schools in the first of three Think Dancing events. -> Read more at Stirling News

Pro-Yes Tycoon Says Scotland Should Stay in the UK

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Pro-Yes tycoon says Scotland should stay in the UK. One of the highest profile business backers of a Yes vote in the referendum says he no longer wants Scotland to move towards independence... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Former Menzieshill High Teacher in Court on Child Porn Charges

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Former Menzieshill High teacher in court on child porn charges. A former senior teacher appeared in court today accused of hording child porn at his home. -> Read more at Evening Telegraph

Glasgow Council Confirms Cosla Exit

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Glasgow council confirms Cosla exit. Glasgow City Council follows Aberdeen in confirming it is to leave local government body Cosla to join a rival organisation. -> Read more at BBC News

ALLAN WELCOMES POSITIVE A&E TREATMENT STATS IN WESTERN ISLES

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ALLAN WELCOMES POSITIVE A&E TREATMENT STATS IN WESTERN ISLES. Na h-Eileanan an Iar SNP MSP, Alasdair Allan, has welcomed new statistics showing the strong performance of Accident and Emergency units in the Western Isles.   The figures published today -> Read more at Hebrides Today

Comhairle Nan Eilean Siar to Roll Out Community Meals Service

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Comhairle nan Eilean Siar to Roll Out Community Meals Service. Comhairle nan Eilean Siar is introducing the next phase of the pre-prepared frozen meal service in Lewis and Harris from April 2015.   The development of this service is on the -> Read more at Hebrides Today

ALLAN WELCOMES STORNOWAY SUMMER SAILINGS

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ALLAN WELCOMES STORNOWAY SUMMER SAILINGS. Western Isles  MSP, Alasdair Allan, has today welcomed confirmation that the MV Isle of Lewis will be timetabled to sail on Fridays and Saturdays this summer to create extra capacity on -> Read more at Hebrides Today

Scotstoun-built HMS Argyll Returns to Glasgow After Successful Russian and Caribbean Missions

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Scotstoun-built HMS Argyll returns to Glasgow after successful Russian and Caribbean missions. THE Yarrow Yard type-23 frigate will stay in Glasgow for five days to meet schools' groups, tour Ibrox and show of the Royal Navy's capabilities. -> Read more at Glasgow Now

Kink Completes Move to Inverness CT

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Kink completes move to Inverness CT. Inverness Caledonian Thistle complete the signing of Estonia forward Tarmo Kink until the end of the season. -> Read more at BBC News

East Lothian Bus Links Ease Access to Local Services

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East Lothian bus links ease access to local services. Improved bus links in East Lothian are set to give passengers better access to the county’s medical facilities and railway stations... -> Read more at East Lothian News

Glen Tanar Secures Further SNH Licence

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Glen Tanar secures further SNH licence. A Deeside estate is extending the focus of its wildlife photography packages, adding two more species that can be captured on camera... -> Read more at Deeside Piper

No-one Hurt in Shopping Centre Fire

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No-one hurt in shopping centre fire. No-one is hurt following a fire in a restaurant kitchen at the Silverburn Shopping Centre in Glasgow. -> Read more at BBC News

Man Dies After Falling from Scott Monument in Edinburgh City Centre

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Man dies after falling from Scott Monument in Edinburgh city centre. THE 41-YEAR-OLD victim was pronounced dead at the scene after he plunged from the 200ft structure at 9.30am this morning. -> Read more at Edinburgh Now

Armed Police Changes to be Announced

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Armed police changes to be announced. Police Scotland is to publish changes to its policy on the arming of officers by the end of this month, MSPs are told. -> Read more at BBC News

Scottish Water Told They Could Break Bat Law if Shawhead Tree Cutting Plans Go Ahead

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Scottish Water told they could break bat law if Shawhead tree cutting plans go ahead. The Bat Conservation Trust has warned the water company that their plans to cut down five trees at the Killylour treatment plant could breach bat protection legislation.   -> Read more at Dumfries & Galloway Standard

Armed Police Still Responding to Routine Incidents

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Armed police still responding to routine incidents. ARMED police officers are continuing to respond to routine incidents, despite senior officers giving assurances the practice would stop... -> Read more at The Scotsman

Llambias Tells King to Name Nomad

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Llambias tells King to name Nomad. Chief executive Derek Llambias challenges Dave King to reveal who Rangers' nominated advisor to the stock exchange will be. -> Read more at BBC News

Kids Gang Up for a Good Time

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Kids gang up for a good time. Stirling Scouts and Guides are once again returning to the macrobert arts centre with their ever-popular Gang Show. -> Read more at Stirling News

Bygone Balmoral: Childhood at the Castle

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Bygone Balmoral: childhood at the castle. A new exhibition will be staged in the Ballroom at Balmoral specially for 2015. Childhood at the castle is explored through original works of art, photographs and fascinating objects... -> Read more at Deeside Piper

Auchencairn Residents Vow to Continue with Bid to Buy Only Pub in the Village After It Shuts Down

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Auchencairn residents vow to continue with bid to buy only pub in the village after it shuts down. Auchencairn Initiative are in negotiations with the owners of the building to try and secure a deal which could see the 200-year-old pub reopen. -> Read more at Dumfries & Galloway Standard

Angus to Look at Range of Options to Solve Parking Problems

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Angus to look at range of options to solve parking problems. Angus Council has formed a steering group to look at the issue of parking enforcement in the county. -> Read more at The Courier

Man Caught with Machine Gun in Car

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Man caught with machine gun in car. Police catch a man with a sub-machine gun in his car boot after they were called to a disturbance with his partner. -> Read more at BBC News

Two West Lothian Schoolgirls Secure Place at Final of National Science and Engineering Competition

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Two West Lothian schoolgirls secure place at final of National Science and Engineering Competition. Cassie McGregor, from Inveralmond Community High School in Livingston, and Kate Ogden, from Linlithgow Academy, excelled in heats and have won through to the finals. -> Read more at West Lothian Courier

VIDEO: Van Found on Fire in Dundee Street After Alleged Raid

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VIDEO: Van found on fire in Dundee street after alleged raid. This is the moment a van was found ablaze and crashed into a wall after an alleged raid on a Dundee business. -> Watch at Evening Telegraph

T'Pau Cancels Tour

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T'Pau cancels tour. Eighties pop singer Carol Decker of T’Pau has cancelled her Pleasure and Pain tour, including her show at the Victoria Halls on Saturday, March 14, apologising to fans, saying: “I have sustained damage to my vocal chords due to singing when I was suffering bronchitis. ”. -> Read more at Selkirk Weekend Advertiser