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15 hrs ago | Free Republic
NELSON Mandela caused a stir when he called for Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al Megrahi, the man convicted of the Lockerbie bombing, to be released from his Glasgow cell and said he felt the Libyan had suffered an injustice.
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Yesterday | Galloway Today
Dumfries and Galloway Council officials are still scratching their heads over how to put in operation the new multi-bin waste collection system in a rural area like the south Machars.
Yesterday | The Daily Record
ENGINEERS battled high winds, road closures and fallen trees as they tried to restore electricity at thousands of households across the country.
Galloway avoided the worst of the country's weather disruption yesterday with no injuries recorded despite gusts of 80mph.
Regional NHS chief Jeff Ace has hit out at the "perceived failure" of an axed scheme to elect health board members.
The BBC has reported on November 28 in the article Dumfries and Galloway CCTV Upgrade on Horizon that an investment of over 500,000 into CCTV is to be considered.
Nicole Boulanger of Shrewsbury achieved the status know in the entertainment industry as "a triple threat": an accomplished actress, singer and dancer.
The hero's welcome given to al Megrahi in Libya after his early release from jail caused outrage among victims' families.
Broward Cultural Division's Friends of Public Art , in conjunction with Florida Atlantic University's metroLAB, invites members of the community to attend an entertaining and unique event lead by Barbara Derix of the 147 year-old firm Derix Glasstudios.
Revealed: Rangers rebels tell fans Charles Green is still involved behind the scenes at Ibrox to keep the current board in power A SUPPORTERS' meeting also heard that members of Jim McColl's shareholders' group have walked away from a bid to reclaim club after receiving threats.
Christmas came early in Port William this week when PIRSAC, the volunteer lifeboat, secured a grant of 240,300 to upgrade its boat and build a dedicated lifeboat shed.
The blaze broke out in the living room of the King George Road house at about 4.40pm and two engines attended.