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20 top kebab shops in running for Best in Scotland award; Twenty Scottish kebab shops have been shortlisted by experts hunting the top kebabs in Scotland and the UK. Mar 29, 2021 425
Sheep TV: shearing competition to be streamed globally as Royal Highland Show goes online-only; A sheep-shearing competiton is to be streamed online as part of plans to save the Royal Highland Show's favourite crowd pleasers from the Covid lockdown devastation. Mar 25, 2021 482
Part-time player whose goal knocked Hearts out of the cup talks of the moment of his career; By day Martin Maclean travels the length and breadth of the Highlands and Islands working for electricity firm SSE checking on their sub-stations to keep supply to communities in the furthest parts of the country. Mar 24, 2021 814
Opinion: I'm not tight but it grinds my gears to scrap a family car for the price of a [pounds sterling]100 clutch; Iain Pope is sure there is life yet in his old Dad Car as he bids farewell to his trusty stead and looks forward to a greener existence. Mar 18, 2021 1028
Tartan Army dads relive Scotland glory days with sticker album craze; 'Got, got, got, got, need, shinies, doublers and swapsies' - It is a language unique to men of a certain age who are now reliving their youth in a new and unexpected craze sweeping the country - football sticker albums. Mar 13, 2021 702
Trainspotting at 25: Listen to the soundtrack that redefined 90s cool; Audiences had barely taken their seats when drummer Hunt Sales' unmistakeable thumping beat to Iggy Pop's bulldozer Lust for Life roared Trainspotting into our senses. Feb 23, 2021 606
Are ye Dancin? - When big club money came to a small Island disco in the 1990s; Twilights nightclub in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis drew some Big Screen names. Feb 11, 2021 705
Nightclubbing: The music that got Scotland up on the dancefloor in the 90s; The 1990s saw clubbing expand to the extent there was something for everybody's taste. Feb 11, 2021 423
Are Ye Dancin? 1980s playlist: The songs that Scotland up on the dancefloor in the 1980s; Big heels, bigger hair, rolled up sleeves and clubs in most towns across the land. Feb 10, 2021 375
Are Ye Dancin? 1970s playlist: The songs we danced to in the 1970s; It started with the three day week and ended with Maggie Thatcher in Downing Street. Feb 9, 2021 461
Are ye dancin? 1960s playlist: Here are the songs that got Scotland on to the floor; As we kick off our series looking at Scotland's love affair with clubbing throughout the last 50 years we offer up a playlist of 24 songs that got the country moving. Feb 8, 2021 258
[pounds sterling]200,000 worth of cannabis seized after police chase BMW and Mercedes from M74 into Lockerbie; More than [pounds sterling]200,000 worth of cannabis has been seized and three men arrested after a routine police patrol on the M74 sparked a pursuit of BMW and Mercedes through the streets of Lockerbie town centre. Feb 7, 2021 310
Legendary music producer Phil Spector dead at 81 after covid diagnosis; Phil Spector, the music producer who gave the world some of the biggest hits of the 1960s, has died. Jan 17, 2021 403
Four long years of Brexit border warfare show the vast gulf between Scotland and England - Lesley Riddoch; Let's hand it to Boris Johnson. Announcing a Brexit deal on Xmas Eve was a master-stroke. Dec 28, 2020 970
Mystery aromas of fish and burning haunt long-term Covid patients; Long Covid patients are being haunted by "unbearable" odours like fish and burning in place of normal smells, researchers say, as more unusual symptoms of the virus emerge. Dec 27, 2020 604
Scottish scientists trialling ultrasound in bid to make food last longer; State-of-the-art ultrasound technology is being used by food scientists at Abertay University in a bid to significantly boost the shelf-life and quality of fruit juice and smoothies. Dec 22, 2020 421
French ferry ban spells 'monumental disaster' for Scottish seafood firm; Scottish seafood exporter tells of [pounds sterling]100,000s worth of prime lobster, prawns and crab rotting away on English quayside. Dec 21, 2020 1000
Secrets of mistletoe to be uncovered by Scottish scientists; It has been a frivolous part of Christmas festivities for centuries, but now scientists sense that untangling mistletoe's complex make-up could lead to lasting benefits. Dec 17, 2020 564
Inner Space: Tiny cameras inside pills to help treat Scottish bowel cancer patients; Scottish bowel cancer patients are going to be fed pills with tiny cameras inside as an alternative to intrusive examinations. Nov 30, 2020 410
Restaurant review: Le Petit Cochon, Glasgow - (Pig Out at Home); Start the week well with a decadent Sunday roast from this charming eatery says Rosalind Erskine. Nov 21, 2020 1004
Tartan Army soldier tells how he was sole Scottish fan to witness country's biggest win in a generation; Dad-of-two's unique night of a lifetime. Nov 13, 2020 690
Tartan Army fan tweets how he buried dad in morning and celebrated Scotland victory in evening; A diehard Tartan Army fan has told how he buried his football-daft father yesterday morning but managed to hold it together to watch Scotland squeak through to Euro 2020 with his own boy by his side last night. Nov 13, 2020 540
Coronovirus in Scotland: What the real experts said about the Pfizer vaccine 'breakthrough'; News that medical trials of a potential covid vaccine had seen a 90% success rate in dealing with virus was met with a positive reaction across the globe today. Nov 9, 2020 648
In pictures: How 15 newspapers across America and the globe reacted to Joe Biden winning the US election; The days of not knowing, the agony of the recounts and claims of skullduggery at the polls have taken their toll not just on the American electorate, but on newspaper editors across the world. Nov 8, 2020 459
Kellyanne Conway: President Trump will talk to the nation tonight; Presidential advisor Kellyanne Conway has confirmed Donald Trump will address America live from the White House tonight. Nov 4, 2020 328
Joe Biden tells supporters 'we are on track to win this election' as race for White House is on a knife edge; Democrat candidate Joe Biden told supporters 'we are on track to win this election' as the race for White House rested on a knife edge this morning. Nov 4, 2020 321
US election: Dare you try our result night bingo drinking game? No matter what happens tonight you can be sure that there are some phrases and key words which will inevitably come up in the course of the US election coverage. Nov 3, 2020 177
Sean Connery dead: 'The world's greatest Scot'- reaction floods in following news of actor's death; Reaction to the news that Sir Sean Connery has died today started to flood in almost immediately. Oct 31, 2020 443
Edinburgh Lucky Yu Canteen Asian street food experts re-opens as takeaway only after city move; Edinburgh's Lucky Yu Canteen has flitted from its Elm Row home to a new takeaway and collection only premises in Tollcross after blaming roadworks and covid restrictions as 'the last straw'. Oct 28, 2020 277
Isle of Harris plot for sale for just [pounds sterling]35,000 with spectacular views to Castaway island Taransay; It has to be one of the most scenic views in Scotland, and this slice of heaven is being offered to one lucky buyer for as little as [pounds sterling]35,000. Oct 26, 2020 465
Glasgow restaurant Buck's Bar opens doors to punters in peaceful protest at lockdown rules; A Scottish restaurant has opened its doors to the public to stage a 'peaceful protest' food giveaway highlighting strict lockdown rules. Oct 26, 2020 324
Iberica tapas restaurant in Glasgow set to close for good; The Iberica tapas restaurant in Glasgow is set to close permanently, according to industry reports. Oct 26, 2020 347
Leith-based wings and cocktails joint Duke's offering 20% off lockdown delivery; A Leith-based wings and cocktails bar is offering a 20% off deal on food and drink orders over [pounds sterling]20 in a bid to beat the lockdown blues. Oct 20, 2020 366
Top Scottish chefs back bid to bring back traditional salt harvesting to the East Neuk of Fife; A group of leading Scottish chefs is backing a campaign to revive one of the oldest food industries in Scotland. Oct 15, 2020 598
Cineworld to close all UK sites putting 5500 jobs at risk; The cinema chain has 128 sites across the UK. Oct 4, 2020 706
New owners of historic Troon hotel vow 'senstitive' restoration; The new American owners of one of Scotland's most iconic golf hotels, The Marine in Troon, have vowed they will restore the historic building sensitively. Oct 2, 2020 505
Competing claims over who really has Celtic legend Jimmy 'Jinky' Johnstone's famous Lisbon Lions shirt; As a player Jimmy 'Jinky' Johnstone was known for his twists, turns and sense of mischief that enchanted lovers of The Beautiful Game the world over. Sep 13, 2020 755
Edinburgh's landmark George Hotel may not reopen this year; One of Edinburgh's most prestigious hotels could remain mothballed until next year as its owners try to drum up enough trade to sustain it, it has emerged. Jun 24, 2020 487
Man arrested for urinating on memorial to hero policeman during London protest; A man has been arrested for urinating on a memorial to a hero policeman during far right protests in London. Jun 14, 2020 232
Scots diver delivers scallops to Edinburgh homes to defy Covid-19 crisis; When the Covid-19 lockdown hit, the shutters that fell on the Michelin-starred restaurants of London and Edinburgh dropped right on to the flippered feet of scallop diver Guy Grieve. May 31, 2020 661

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