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You can liken golf in the 21st century to a dog track where technology is the mechanised hare and equipment manufacturers are the greyhounds, sprinting at full pelt for the most infinitesimal benefits - and the gaudiest profits.
This post most of which I mainly wrote for an academic blog gives anyone interested a heads up on a more sophisticated theatre of devolution - Scotland - assuming it votes No in the referendum.
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A girl and her father walk their dogs on John Muir Way, which passes through the estate of the Earl of Rosebery.
Two men accused of stealing 6,000 of electrical equipment and building materials from a block of flats have made their first appearance in court.
A Wallyford woman who was found drunk and slumped unconscious when she should have been looking after a toddler has been ordered to carry out unpaid work in the community.
East Lothian Greens are raising questions about plans by the operators of Torness at Dunbar to change the way radioactive waste is handled.
Nan Robertson, who dedicated 43 years of her life to voluntary work with vulnerable kids, said she was "truly humbled" to be presented with the prestigious award during a ceremony at Holyrood Palace, in Edinburgh.
The line up will ensure that the BBC concert does not become a vehicle for Scottish artists weighing in on the independence debate Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.
A Durham shopping centre which had been in administration has been bought for A 11.85m by a London-based company.
West Lothian Council is taking advantage of the summer holidays to carry out an ambitious 3.3 million investment programme across the school estate.
Tesco Bank Art Competition for Schools picked entries from Owen Davies, Katie Ewesor and Madison McGill for top prizes and the children visited the Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh to see their artwork on display.
It's a busy time at River Kids and generous members of the public have been busy helping to raise money for the charity.
Our advice to David Cameron and Alex Salmond on the tricky disputes and dilemmas involved in breaking up the union IT IS September 19th 2014 and-confounding the opinion polls-Scotland has voted "yes" to independence.
The body of 14-year-old Bockarie Sonnah was recovered from Edinburgh's Torduff Reservoir on Monday night following a major search operation involving underwater a rescue teams.
York Peoples Assembly is organising the protest to highlight the issues which have led several major unions to organise a one-day strike.
A lorry driver died when his HGV was blown over by a gust of wind, a fatal accident inquiry has heard.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 01:24 am
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