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3 hrs ago | Chronicle Live
Labour's flagship jobs guarantee would be in place throughout the next Parliament, paid for by a bank bonus tax and a squeeze on high-earners' pension pots, the party has said.
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4 hrs ago | Lancashire Evening Post
Nearly 7m was lost last year by thousands of people in Lancashire through machines dubbed the "crack cocaine of gambling".
6 hrs ago | Eastlothian Today
Seven cottages are to be built in the grounds of a sheltered housing complex in North Berwick despite strong protests from existing residents.
Labour ex-PM Gordon Brown is to outline his ideas for a new division of powers between Edinburgh and Westminster.
The leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats has said more powers for Holyrood are "inevitable", ahead of the publication of the party's updated plans for further devolution.
Referendum in September on whether to sever ties with the United Kingdom could re-open old wounds, whatever the result The Scots want to mind their own business.
Alister Hadden of Wallyford Community Council and Allana Hughes of Historic Scotland at the Crookston War Memorial.
This is the moment a 30,000 cannabis farm was exposed in a room in a plush detached home on a leafy suburban road.
A single point meant world for both Ronnie Heffron and previously undefeated prospect John Thain.
Launching a new council and NHS partnership, Health Secretary Alex Neil recently visited a housing facility for older people in Penicuik.
SCHOOL banding is "wretched" and must be scrapped, according to Caerphilly councillors who launched a scathing attack on the system this week.
Employers in East Lothian are being urged to take advantage of cash help to create job opportunities for local 16 to 24-year-olds.
Restorick was jailed for ten years in 2002 after conning retired civil servant Ralph Pride out of A 454,000 in what was described at the time as the worst deception of the elderly ever brought before a Scottish court.
Police in East Lothian are warning farmers and owners of rural properties to be vigilant following a series of high value thefts of fuel from external fuel containers and outbuildings in the area over recent weeks.
Work by a team of enthusiastic volunteers to restore Winterfield Park in Dunbar to its former glory is gathering momentum.
Alliance Trust Plc, a Scotland-based investment manager, has begun preparations for a possible move to England ahead of the Scottish independence referendum, adding to evidence of corporate unease over the looming vote.