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Man drove car 'at 114mph' on A96

man drove car 'at 114mph' on a96
A 25-year-old man is the subject of a report to the procurator fiscal, says Police Scotland.
BBC News Also reported by •BBC Local News

Wales, Scotland say PM May's deal with DUP weakens United Kingdom

Leaders of Scotland and Wales accused Prime Minister Theresa May of weakening the ties of the United Kingdom by "throwing money" at a Northern Irish party to prop up her minority government.
DNA

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Gordon Wilson, obituary: former SNP leader who coined the slogan 'It's Scotland's oil!'

Wilson was a unifying figure leading a divided party in the 1980s
Independent

Springholm lay-by car death 'unexplained'

BBC Local News: South Scotland -- The procurator fiscal is informed after a man is found dead in a vehicle on the A75 near Springholm.
BBC Local News

Man who threatened Tommy Sheppard mistook him for Tommy Sheridan

man who threatened tommy sheppard mistook him for tommy sheridan
BBC Local News: Tayside and Central Scotland -- He posted gun emojis on Tommy Sheppard's page after mistaking him for politician Tommy Sheridan.
BBC Local News

Why Scotland passes fire tests

why scotland passes fire tests
A parliamentary inquiry was carried out after a fatal tower block fire in Irvine, North Ayrshire.
BBC News

Man guilty of acid attack on journalist

BBC Local News: Glasgow and West Scotland -- William Burns had only recently been freed from prison when he attacked the journalist at his Glasgow home.
BBC Local News

Posthumous degree for student killed in A1 crash

posthumous degree for student killed in a1 crash
BBC Local News: Edinburgh and East Scotland -- The 26-year-old died following an accident on the A1 near Dunbar, East Lothian, in December.
BBC Local News

DUP power deal so toxic, says Labour's Lord Hain

dup power deal so toxic, says labour's lord hain
Labour's former Northern Ireland Secretary Lord Hain condemns the Conservative-DUP agreement for ignoring the interests of Wales, Scotland and the English regions.
BBC News

England football team training with Armed Forces (VIDEO)

Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions are enjoying an international break, after games against Scotland and France. An exciting video has emerged of the England international side enjoying some innovative..
SoccerNews.com

Aberdeen: goalkeeper Joe Lewis extends his contract by two years

aberdeen: goalkeeper joe lewis extends his contract by two years
BBC Local News: North-East Scotland and Northern Isles -- Aberdeen goalkeeper Joe Lewis has extended his contract as manager Derek McInnes looks to build on finishing runners-up in three competitions..
BBC Local News

Gait retraining considered for arthritis patients

gait retraining considered for arthritis patients
BBC Local News: Glasgow and West Scotland -- Glasgow researchers examine whether the technique could be used to improve the lives of people with rheumatoid arthritis.
BBC Local News

Union ballot over offshore catering pay

union ballot over offshore catering pay
BBC Local News: North-East Scotland and Northern Isles -- It follows a consultative ballot of Unite members employed by firms represented by the Catering Offshore Trade Association.
BBC Local News

'No money for Scotland' through DUP deal

'no money for scotland' through dup deal
Downing Street says there will be no extra funding for Scotland as a result of the £1bn deal with the DUP.
BBC News

Edinburgh: Allan Dell & Anton Bresler sign new Edinburgh contracts

edinburgh: allan dell & anton bresler sign new edinburgh contracts
Scotland prop Allan Dell and South African lock Anton Bresler extend their contracts with Edinburgh.
BBC News

Middle-aged workers 'spend more time sitting than pensioners'

middle-aged workers 'spend more time sitting than pensioners'
BBC Local News: Edinburgh and East Scotland -- Researchers find 45 to 54-year-olds spend on average 7.8 hours per weekday sitting down.
BBC Local News

Passers-by witness Dundee street attack

passers-by witness dundee street attack
BBC Local News: Tayside and Central Scotland -- The male victim was punched by a man in the unprovoked assault in Dundee.
BBC Local News

Wilfred Owen's first steps in Edinburgh re-enacted

wilfred owen's first steps in edinburgh re-enacted
BBC Local News: Edinburgh and East Scotland -- The war poet arrived from London by train in 1917 to be treated for shellshock at Craiglockhart Hospital.
BBC Local News

Pink trainers helped catch Galashiels post office robber

pink trainers helped catch galashiels post office robber
BBC Local News: South Scotland -- The 24-year-old had armed himself with a hammer to carry out the raid at a Galashiels post office.
BBC Local News

Seals are being shot to protect fish being sold in Devon

seals are being shot to protect fish being sold in devon
Seals are being shot by licensed marksmen to protect fish stocked at supermarkets across Devon, it has emerged. Sainbury's, M&S and Waitrose all stock salmon from farms in Scotland where gunmen shoot..
Torquay Herald Express Also reported by •Exeter Express and EchoTiverton Mid Devon GazetteWestern Morning News

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