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SNP growth chief warns Corbyn will “never” end Tory austerity

The prospect of a UK Labour Government bringing an end to austerity in Scotland is “for the birds”, according to the head of a sweeping SNP blueprint to transform Scotland’s economy after independence.

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Piper Jeff McCarthy was stopped by police in Montreal in 2016.

Joy for Canadian bagpiper charged over Sgian Dubh in sock

A Canadian bagpiper who generated huge public support after being fined for carrying a Sgian Dubh 18 months ago has had his case dropped and his knife returned.

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Malcolm Muirhead (left) pictured with friend Hamid Khosrowpour

War veteran dies in council care home after dramatic weight loss

A 94-year-old war veteran died after he lost a stone-and-a-half in a month at a failing council care home.

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The incident happened in Nitshill Road. Image: Google

Police hunt duo who attempted to kill Glasgow man with car

A man is in a stable condition in hospital after surviving a murder attempt when a car was driven at him.

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Video: Runners blasted by mist and rain during Edinburgh marathon

This incredible video captures aerial footage of the Capital’s runners as they tackled the Edinburgh Marathon in dreich conditions.

Edinburgh, Fife & Lothians

Tributes paid to tragic 7-year-old who died after collapsing at bus stop

Tributes have been paid to a seven-year-old who died after collapsing at an Edinburgh bus stop on Constitution Street on Saturday.

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This photo made available by RNLI, shows a lightning strike during a storm in London, Saturday May 27, 2018.  (Matt Leat/RNLI via AP)

UK flights disrupted after lightning strikes hit fuel system

Scores of flights were disrupted after a lightning strike damaged a fuelling system at Stansted.

Transport

East Lothian woman vows to build new life after husband twice plotted to kill her

Skydiving instructor Victoria Cilliers, whose husband twice attempted to kill her by tampering with her parachute and sabotaging a gas valve at their home, has vowed not to let her life be “eaten up with hate and bitterness” as she tries to build a new future for herself and her children.

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A "Spotify of transport" service is planned for Edinburgh and/or Glasgow where all travel from buses and trains to cycle and car hire can be booked on an app for a single monthly fee - which could eventually remove the need for people to own a car...DALTON''[Pioneered in Helsinki and Birmingham by Finnish firm Mobility As A Service Global using its Whim app. Helsinki fee c�440pm, calculated as about same as current average transport costs]

Spotify-style transport app could be coming to Scotland

A “Spotify of transport” which provides all the travel you need for a single monthly fee is being planned for Scotland.

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Mutiny Festival 2018 on Saturday. Picture: Duncan Shepherd/Portsmouth News

Mutiny Festival cancels last day after two dead and 15 hospitalised

FIFTEEN people have been taken to hospital following the events at a UK music festival yesterday.

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The incident took place at Irvine Beach. Picture: WikiCommons

Young girl and father in lucky escape as inflatable blown offshore

A young girl and her father had a lucky escape after the child was blown offshore on an inflatable, according to the coastguard.

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Derek Knox and his Tartan Taxi supporting the Walk the Walk. 'Picture: Ian Rutherford

MoonWalk Heroes: Derek Knox - What it’s like to be an Edinburgh taxi driver

Ahead of MoonWalk Scotland next month, we speak to five different participants from five different backgrounds about who they are, where they come from and why they’re ‘walking the walk’. Today we hear from the inspirational Derek Knox from Prestonpans, East Lothian.

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10-year-old refugee in Scotland would ‘be in danger’ if deported

A 10-year-old asylum seeker would be in serious danger if he is deported back to the country of his birth just months after the death of his mother, it has been claimed.

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The incident took place at a house on Garfield Avenue. Picture: Google

Police launch manhunt after gunman threatens family in home

Police are hunting a gunman who threatened a family in their home.

Glasgow & Strathclyde

Insight: What tips men over the edge of despair?

The suicide rate among men is on the rise again. Dani Garavelli asks why so many wait so long to find support and treatment for depression.

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Euan McColm: SNP report presents powerful case for devolution

The SNP Growth Commission report should be considered by nationalists and unionists alike as a document of some substance, writes Euan McColm.

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Nicola Sturgeon attacks Tory support for jail terms under a year

Nicola Sturgeon yesterday attacked the Scottish Tories for failing to support Scottish Government plans to effectively end short-term prison sentences of less that a year.

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Rumour Mill: McGinn target for Sunderland | Rangers still chasing Goldson | Jordan Ayew to Celtic?

Hibs star John McGinn attracting interest from Sunderland, Rangers prepare third bid for Connor Goldson and Celtic are linked with Swansea City striker Jordan Ayew.

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Revealed: The cost of free paracetamol to NHS Scotland

Scotland’s 14 health boards have spent more than £57 million on providing free paracetamol since charging for prescriptions was scrapped by the SNP government in 2011.

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RBS closure plans have been slammed by MPs. Picture: Michael Gillen

RBS branch closures branded ‘devastating’ by MPs

RBS has failed to fully appreciate the “damage” that will be caused by its decision to close dozens of its Scottish branches, a damning report from MPs has found.

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