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A watchdog has ordered Thames Valley Police to review its investigation into the death of a Scottish RAF firefighter at an Oxfordshire barracks.
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A former Royal Mail worker who admitted embezzling A 45,000 has been given a community payback order and told to carry out 225 hours of unpaid work.
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Six cars worth a total of between A 75,000 and A 80,000 have been stolen from a garage in Glasgow's east end.
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A bedroom tax campaigner called on Scottish politicians today to put party differences aside after councils sent out the first wave of eviction threats.
Services to and from Dalmar-nock were back on track after problems with ground work derailed a 11million upgrade ahead of the 2014 Common-wealth Games.
That's because the teenager is the first cancer patient to receive revolutionary hair replacement treatment in Scotland, giving him a full head of real hair.
THE court heard Scott Snowden told a steward, who kicked him out of The Garth Inn in Helensburgh, that he would "make his life hell"- days later it burned down.
THE court heard that Scott Snowden, 37, and Robert Jennings, 50, were accused of starting the fires in addition to the blaze that killed three members of the same family.
Murdered schoolboy's mum hits out at police as we revealed son's death is one of over 500 unresolved killings A SUNDAY MAIL investigation last week revealed the number of killings, in the Strathclyde Police area, for which no one has been convicted is more than 500, dating back to 1942.
SHARON Conway is claiming unfair dismissal at an employment tribunal and says other bodies were wrongly tagged in the past.
An archaeological survey on the famous Scots isle of Iona -- where St Columba landed 1450 years ago to spread Christianity in Scotland -- has shown signs of ancient burials.
Joseph Townsley, 62, is accused of killing Frank Baxter, 23, in Newmains, Wishaw, North Lanarkshire, on May 8 last year.
The Golden Jubilee National Hospital in Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire, is shown to have higher than expected mortality rates in an audit.
It comes as no surprise to read on imdb.com that British director Ken Loach has said the movie that inspired him most to become a filmmaker was Vittorio De Sica's heartbreaking "Bicycle Thieves." Set in post-World War II Rome, De Sica's 1948 Italian neorealist classic involves an Everyman, unemployed for years, who finally gets a job, but it ... (more)