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Glasgow, Scotland Newswire

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  1. Partick Thistle 0 Aberdeen 2Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    Aberdeen equalled a 31-year-old club record with a fifth successive Ladbrokes Premiership victory as they saw off a disappointing Partick Thistle. The opening strike from Rooney in the 49th minute had the home fans fuming as the striker appeared to control a pass from McLean with his arm before slotting home.

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  2. Scalarama encourages the DIY approach to film clubsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    Most film fans know the term "underground cinema", the name given to work which is transgressive or unconventional either in its subject matter or its means of production. But in 2004, beneath the streets of Paris, police uncovered proof that some French cineastes were using the words in a geographical as well as a genre sense: deep inside the city's famous catacombs they uncovered a real underground cinema, complete with projector, screen, bar, dedicated electricity supply, three separate phone lines and a pressure cooker for making couscous.

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  3. Sleeper train drivers perfect smoother drivingRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Scotsman.com

    The new operator of the Scotland-London trains hopes customers will sleep better if drivers learn to accelerate and brake more gently. So those at the controls of the locomotives which haul the overnight trains will swap their cabs for berths to experience the service as passengers.

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  4. Elephant for Glasgow installed in Bellahouston ParkRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Scotsman.com

    IT IS intended to be a new symbol of the rich industrial heritage of Glasgow and a permanent legacy of its hosting of the Commonwealth Games. A life-size elephant - made out of recycled scrap from Glasgow-built locomotives - is about to take pride of place in one of the city's main parks.

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  5. Defiant Ronny Deila looking to a bright future with Celtic in Europe...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    CELTIC is a club which, due to its long and proud history and huge and fanatical support, holds lofty ambitions. Yet, the restrictions the Parkhead outfit operates under in Scotland can make it difficult for those in charge of its affairs both off the field and on it to realise them on a consistent basis.

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  6. Stuart Hogg: Playing at the World Cup for Scotland would be the biggest achievement of my careerRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Daily Record

    British and Irish Lions a recognition, a Guinness Pro12 title win with Glasgow Warriors and a reputation as a truly world class talent isn't enough - not that he's being greedy. Murrayfield will today host a record crowd for a summer test match when Vern Cotter's side face Italy and it's the first chance for Hogg to demonstrate he should be a certain starter at England 2015.

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  7. Firhill Flyer: Johnny McKenzie was on Scotland's first ever trip ...Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Daily Record

    ONE of the grand old men of Scottish football will next week raise a toast of nothing stronger than a cup of tea at his idyllic home on Tiree. Johnny McKenzie celebrates his 90th birthday on Friday and if Scotland players want to whip round for a present he's looking for nothing other than three points that night in Georgia.

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  8. Think you'd loathe it? Think again. Here's 20 things to love about GovanhillRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sunday Herald

    GOVANHILL is arguably the most divisive area of Glasgow. In conversation, you're damned if you do and you're damned if you don't.

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  9. Audience grill panel as BBC's Big Debate comes to KirkintillochRead the original story

    Friday | Kirkintilloch Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Around 100 people packed into the Park Centre at Kirkintilloch for BBC Radio Scotland's "The Big Debate" which was broadcast live from the venue today.

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  10. Local food goes the distanceRead the original story

    Friday | Sunday Herald

    It wasn't so long ago that the food that graced our tables was, by default, seasonal and local. We ate the vegetables coming out of the fields around us, the meat that left the local farm, and the grain that was milled nearby.

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  11. Developers are going greenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sunday Herald

    The 18th century philanthropists felt it was true, scientists now firmly believe it to be the case, and Scotland's planners and housing developers are cottoning on to it too - green, natural spaces close to homes make people healthier, happier and more able to get along. According to The Faculty of Public Health, which sets the standards for specialists in public health in the UK: "Evidence suggests that contact with safe, green spaces can improve a number of aspects of mental and physical health and wellbeing.

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  12. Think you'd loathe it? Think again. Here's 20 things to love about...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Evening Times

    GOVANHILL is arguably the most divisive area of the city. In conversation, you're damned if you do and you're damned if you don't.

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  13. SNP and Labour politicians put their differences aside to support...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Daily Record

    Rutherglen councillor Gerard Killen and King's Park MP Stuart McDonald put political disagreements to the side to celebrate Pride Labour councillor Gerard Killen and Stuart McDonald MP of the SNP were among thousands of marchers who took to the streets of the city to celebrate the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex community. And while they might not agree with each other when it comes to politics, they were singing from the same hymn sheet when they met up at the event.

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  14. Plea to new regime to heal rift ripping through local governmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Sunday Herald

    THE rift which has ripped through Scottish local government in the 18 months can be healed by the incoming regime at the country's largest council, it has been claimed. With a new leader due to be in place at Glasgow City Council in less than a fortnight, overtures have already been made to the likely incumbents to meet to discuss the split.

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  15. Human rights activists criticise inaction over Scots traveller health crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Sunday Herald

    HUMAN rights activists have condemned a lack of action over the welfare of the gypsy and traveller community in Scotland as an official report said they had "by far the worst health" of any ethnic group. Urgent government action has been pledged to address health problems amongst the gypsy and traveller communities in Scotland as a result of the analysis, but human rights activists say issues should have been tackled sooner.

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  16. Special date for diamond coupleRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 27 | Kirkintilloch Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. John and Tilly McClure met at a danc e venue in Glasgow, and were married at Kilbowie Parish Church in Clydebank - but while John's professional life took them on stints to Chester and Newcastle they have spent much of their married life in and around Lenzie, Kirkintilloch and Bishopbriggs.

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  17. Taylor Swift double, Rebecca has specs appealRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Daily Record

    A Paisley student who doubles as a Taylor Swift and Disney princess lookalike has shown great vision by making it into a Specsavers competition. Rebecca Wilson, 21, has been picked as a regional finalist for Specsavers' Spectacle Wearer of the Year from hundreds of entries across Scotland She could claim 10,000 and a luxury holiday in the Bahamas if she wins, as well as a chance to mingle with the stars at the 20th annual awards.

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  18. Take five | Five questions with Eddie IzzardRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Berkshire Eagle

    ... BWSV's Jenn Smith caught up with Izzard in a phone interview - he was on break from a recent visit to Glasgow, Scotland - to pose to him some questions generated by BWSV readers and fans of his work. No, I haven't been to Tanglewood. Where I come ...

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  19. Now You Know: Kindvall's extra-time goal was killer blow for CelticRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Evening Times

    Celtic's Tommy Gemmell celebrates with his team-mates after scoring the opening goal during their 2-1 defeat against Feyenoord in the European Cup Final in 1970 AFTER becoming the first British club to win the European Cup in 1967, Celtic just missed out on lifting the trophy for a second time in Milan in 1970a BIG TAM Could you tell me which teams Celtic played on the way to reaching the European Cup Final in 1970? Celtic lost in the final, going down 2-1 to Feyenoord. They knocked out Basle, Benfica, Fiorentina and Leeds United.

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  20. Checklist: 10 things to do this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Sunday Herald

    The UK's largest freshwater expanse hosts Scotland's biggest open water swimming event for a third year - with up to 2000 brave souls taking part over a range of distances. Registration is now closed, but why not cheer participants on from the safety and relative comfort of the shore? The day's action begins at 9.30am, with elite races set to feature Glasgow 2014 medallists Ross Murdoch and Robbie Renwick, and Team GB star Keri-Anne Payne.

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