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Obituary: Roanne Dodds, dancer, lawyer and arts producer

Roanne Dodds, dancer, lawyer and arts producer. Born: 16 September, 1965, in Lima, Peru. Died: 31 January, 2017, in Glasgow, aged 52.

Obituaries
Obituary: Betty Lowe BEM, land girl and farmer

Obituary: Betty Lowe BEM, land girl and farmer

Elizabeth Lowe BEM, land girl and farmer. Born: 21 October, 1918, in Moneydie, Perthshire. Died: 16 January, 2017 in Carnoustie, aged 98

Obituaries
People in Sweden are non-plussed at Donald Trump's suggestiion their country suffered a terror attack. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

Donald Trump leaves Swedes stumped over terror plot claims

Swedes have been scratching their heads and ridiculing President Donald Trump’s remarks that suggested a major terror incident had happened in their country.

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Andy Murray. Picture: John Devlin / TSPL

Proud mum Judy shares picture of Andy Murray after first ATP win

Proud mother Judy Murray has shared a nostalgic snap of her tennis champ son Andy Murray - 11 years after his first ATP title.

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Scotland's former First Minister Alex Salmond and First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

William Hill first bookies to back Yes vote for Indyref2

William Hill has become the first bookmakers to back Yes as the likely outcome of a second Scottish independence referendum.

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Labour former cabinet minister Lord Mandelson appearing on the BBC One current affairs programme, The Andrew Marr Show. Picture: Jeff Overs/BBC/PA Wire

Lords ready to fight Brexit, Peter Mandelson warns

Peter Mandelson has warned the government to expect a fierce battle as the Lords begin considering legislation that will trigger Brexit.

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Children holds a box of signed petitions. Picture: JUSTIN TALLIS/AFP/Getty Images

SNP calls for ‘moral leadership’ in refugee row with Westminster

The SNP’s Westminster leader has called on Theresa May to show “moral and political leadership” by reversing the decision to end a scheme for bringing lone child refugees to Britain.

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Parts of Scotland are set to be hit by a heatwave. Picture: Ian Georgeson.

Caribbean heatwave set to hit parts of Scotland

Temperatures of up to 17C are expected to hit parts of Scotland tomorrow, making it as warm as parts of Spain.

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A view of the Holy Isle on the east coast of Arran. Picture: Phil Wilkinson/ TSPL

Scottish open water swimming events in 2017

Open water swimming is a healthy and fun way to exercise.

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Piers Morgan. Picture: Joel Ryan/PA Wire

Piers Morgan pulls out of TV role after ‘silly’ campaign to ban him

Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan said he has pulled out of hosting the Royal Television Society (RTS) Programme Awards over a “silly” campaign to ban him.

Lifestyle
Morrisons store. Picture: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

Supermarket recalls beef product over listeria fears

Supermarket Morrisons has recalled one of its meat-based products over concerns it may cause flu-like symptoms among vulnerable people.

Retail
Rangers interim manager Graeme Murty cuts a frustrated, upside down figure.

Graeme Murty performs bizarre headstand during Rangers loss

Rangers interim boss Graeme Murty has become the latest Scottish football hero of social media after performing a frustrated headstand on the touchline during his side’s loss at Dundee.

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Hannah Davies, 23, a young mother who has died in a crash while driving with her baby daughter in the car. Picture: Police Scotland/PA Wire

Mother who died in car crash while driving with baby named

A young mother who died in a crash while driving with her baby daughter in the car has been named by police.

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Christian Feicht winner of furthest travelled award. Picture: Number 94 Photography.

Scotland’s first beard and moustache championship in Glasgow

Scotland’s finest beards and moustaches were on display at the country’s first official competition.

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Govanhill area in Glasgow, where Scotland's first state backed Islamic nursery is. Picture: TSPL

Plans for first state-backed Islamic primary school in Scotland

Glasgow could soon be home to Scotland’s first state-backed Islamic primary school.

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River Ericht. Picture: Wikicommons

Two-year-old boy found dead in Perthshire river

A two-year-old boy has died after being found in a Perthshire river.

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The new 1 is claimed to be the most secure coin in the world. Picture: Royal Mint

Current £1 coins won't be worthless in October, Treasury reassures public

The current £1 coin will not become worthless after it is replaced and ceases to be legal tender in October, the Treasury clarified today.
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Nicola Sturgeon has said another independence referendum is "highly likely". Picture: PA

Second independence referendum ‘weeks from being called’

A prominent Scottish independence campaign group has launched a new fundraising drive as it expects a second referendum to be held in May or September next year.

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BBC Director General Tony Hall

BBC chief set to dismiss Scottish Six calls

The Director General of the BBC is expected to rule out replacing the corporation’s flagship TV news broadcast with a ‘Scottish Six’ when he appears before MSPs this week.

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Identical twins Leah and Erin with their older sisters Charlotte and Isabelle. Picture: SWNS

Two sets of twins defy odds to be born on the same day

Parents believe they have beaten odds of 30 million to one after their newborn twins were born on the exact same day as their nine year old twins.

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