Kittens found abandoned in Hamilton

The Scottish SPCA is appealing for information after three kittens were abandoned in Hamilton.

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Barry Hodge admitted supplying the class A drug in August last year. Picture: John Devlin

Cocaine dealer caught with stash of drugs in Kinder Egg shell

A man caught with cocaine stuffed into a Kinder Egg shell led police straight to the heart of a £25,000 drug dealing operation.

The brothel has closed down following complaints

Scotland’s first sex doll brothel shuts down following ‘complaints from neighbours’

The UK’s first sex doll brothel has closed down following complaints from neighbours.

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New Douglas Park in Hamilton. Picture: Jeff J Mitchell

Hamilton Academical target of ‘elaborate financial fraud’

Hamilton Academical has claimed the football club was the target of an ‘elaborate’ financial fraud which has resulted in it losing ‘a substantial sum of monies’.

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Chris Shaw of Urban Splash says he's 'a little bit jealous' of the Construction Scotland Innovation Centre's new facility. Picture: Andy Buchanan

Chris Shaw: Building a brighter future through innovation

Just yesterday, I had the pleasure of addressing a huge room full of Scottish construction professionals.

Dougie the Doonhamer sprints ahead of the field with Kingsley in a menacing mood. Picture: SNS/Bill Murray

Partick Thistle’s Kingsley causes havoc at SPFL mascot race

Queen of the South’s Dougie the Doonhamer won the Ladbrokes SPFL Mascot Race, while Partick Thistle’s Kingsley caused havoc.

Jim Delahunt remains professional as the small boy is dragged away in the background. Picture: Contributed

Video of girl dragging away unruly child on live TV goes viral

A video clip of a girl dragging away a small child throwing a tantrum on live television has gone viral.

Hamilton Central Station, where the device has been installed. Picture: geograph.co.uk

Controversial anti-teen Mosquito device installed at Hamilton station

RAIL bosses have installed a controversial sonic device which emits an unbearable high pitched noise at a ‘war zone’ train station in a bid to target teenage gangs.

Construction Scotland Innovation Centre's Hamilton facility opens its doors in September. Picture: Contributed

Stephen Good: Innovation is change that unlocks new value

The word innovation is common currency these days. It seems to feature in every organisation’s mission statement, business plan or client brief – an umbrella word for anything new, bright or shiny.

The recruitment drive will take HSBC's headcount in Scotland to 4,500. Picture: Tim Ockenden/PA Wire

HSBC creating 500 jobs, but Lloyds to axe 250 posts

Banking giant HSBC has unveiled plans to create 500 jobs amid a “significant expansion” of its operations in Scotland.

Karen Phillips joins Balfour + Manson from rival law firm Brodies. Picture: Contributed

On the move: Latest appointments and promotions

Solicitor Balfour + Manson has strengthened its private client team with the lateral hire of partner Karen Phillips from Brodies.

Nevis House at Hamilton International Business Park is among the offices acquired by Wirefox. Picture: Contributed

Property group seals £35m deal for Scottish offices

Northern Irish property investor and developer Wirefox has snapped up hundreds of thousands of square feet of office space to the west of Scotland in a bumper £35 million deal.

Frank Cairney is due to appear at Hamilton Sheriff Court on Wednesday.

Former Celtic Boys Club official arrested on abuse charges

An 81-year-old man has been arrested by police in Scotland investigating alleged historical sexual abuse in youth football.

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Danny Swanson was involved in a fight with St Johnstone team mate Richard Foster. Pic: SNS/Roddy Scott

Two St Johnstone team mates suspended after ‘fight’

A fight between two St Johnstone players sparked a brawl among players and staff which marred a Scottish Premiership football match.

Finsbury has secured a licence to make Mary Berry cakes. Picture: Chris Jackson/Getty Images

Finsbury Food Group to launch Mary Berry cake range

Bakery products supplier Finsbury Food Group is on track to launch a new range of cakes later this year after securing a Mary Berry licence.

An artist's impression of CSIC's Hamilton facility, due to open its doors in the summer. Picture: Contributed

Building innovation centre expands with Hamilton facility

Scotland’s publicly-backed innovation centre for the construction sector is set to create a new facility in Lanarkshire in a bid to increase collaboration across the industry.

Lovell is to build 112 low-cost rented homes for Clyde Valley Housing Association. Picture: Contributed

Lovell plans 112 affordable homes for South Lanarkshire

Housing developer Lovell has started work on the first of three developments for Clyde Valley Housing Association aimed at tackling the shortage of affordable homes in South Lanarkshire.

High Court in Edinburgh

Rapist jailed for attacking women while they slept

A rapist who preyed on sleeping women after they had been drinking was jailed for six years.

MGM Timber is also looking for sites in Aberdeen and Edinburgh. Picture: Neil Doig

Timber supplier MGM buys Hamilton rival Robert Reid

Expansion-minded MGM Timber has snapped up a smaller rival for an undisclosed sum and confirmed it remains on the hunt for premises in Aberdeen and Edinburgh.

Bellway said shareholders were in line for a 40.3% hike in their total dividend. Picture: Daniel Lynch/Newscast/Handout/PA

Bellway gets round Brexit with profit and dividend leap

Housebuilder Bellway said trading since the Brexit vote has “remained resilient” as it yesterday posted soaring profits amid a jump in the number of homes sold and average selling price.

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