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IT'S had more Mr and Mrs Smiths in its guest book than a telephone directory.
FAMILY members involved in setting up forced marriages in Scotland could face prison and fines as part of a crackdown on the practice one victim described as "immensely traumatic".
SCOTLAND'S marriage rate has seen a "rare increase" after five years of decline, new figures have revealed.
LOVE. It's eyes meeting across a crowded room, perhaps a slow dawning realisation that you could be more than just good friends. It's hearts and flowers, "our song" and silly secret nicknames.
MARRIED couples in Scotland appear to have found the key to long-lasting love after topping a poll of happiness levels within marriage, according to a survey released today.
AS WE enter the wedding season, austerity is hitting those households which are hitching. Couples are tearing up the traditional wedding list and asking for hard cash instead to pay for a new home or honeymoon.
WHAT is supposed to be the happiest day of your life can end in tears when things go wrong, writes Teresa Hunter. Indeed, the fear that your dreams will be ruined keeps plenty of brides-to-be awake at night.
ONCE it was lovingly stored in layers of tissue or hung in the press as a keepsake or awaiting the day it might be handed to a daughter.
Quietly, a scene has developed that challenges the 1970s swinger stereotypes of car keys and canapés but, asks Jackie Hunter, what do those who have sex with strangers get out of it all?
STARING into the eyes of her soon-to-be husband, Elizabeth Ericsson clutches his hands firmly as he promises to love her for the rest of his life.
A LEADING expert in family law will this week call for a "vigorous" public campaign against marriages between cousins.
THE number of marriages taking place in Scotland has dropped to its lowest since Victorian times.
SIX in ten brides use underhand tactics to ensure that their partner pops the question, according to a new survey.
DIVORCE enquiries are up a third on this time last year as couples forced apart by the financial pressures of the downturn seek a final split.
IT'S a bright, shiny new year and time to drag out and address those issues you've been sweeping under the carpet.
Learning to speak about sex with your partner is the key to a happy and healthy relationship
THE recession may be continuing to bite but brides-to-be are making sure the economic downturn will not ruin their big day.