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Scotland, United Kingdom Newswire (Page 9)

Scotland, United Kingdom Newswire (Page 9)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Scotland, United Kingdom. (Page 9)

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  1. Strathaven Ravens soar to basketball Academy glory as under-12 league is declared a massive hitRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | The Daily Record

    Reach for the Sky Basketball player Adam Walsh was voted MVP and is pictured with coach Aaron Mitchinson and volunteer Jack Maclean Reach for the Sky Basketball Club's Under-12 Academy League was again a major success this year, with 99 players taking part. The league gives participants in the Lanarkshire club's basketball development academies the chance to play in a competitive but fun environment, where everyone gets the chance to play in the games.

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  2. Woman fined A 120 at Hamilton Sheriff Court for assaulting manRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | The Daily Record

    Jillian Elizabeth McClinton Swan, of George Court, had admitted a charge of assaulting a David McSkimming to his injury at her George Court address on November 10, 2014. Budding Lanarkshire athletes are urged to give triathlon a try, and can do so during an open day in July G72 Tri are holding the awareness-raising day at Blantyre Sports Centre where anybody interested in the sport can find out more about it.

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  3. Traffic warnings for the Scottish OpenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Eastlothian 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. Motorists have been warned to expect delays as around 60,000 spectators descend on East Lothian for the Scottish Open golf championship.

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  4. X7 bus recognisedRead the original story

    Friday Jun 26 | Mearns 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. The transport group's East Scotland business was awarded the Best Bus Service accolade at the 13th annual event held in Glasgow on Thursday, June 18 after impressing judges with its Coastrider X7 route which operates along the east coast of Scotland.

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  5. Junior football: Rutherglen Glencairn skipper leaves New Southcroft as seven new faces check-inRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | The Daily Record

    Ross Ballantyne heads for Cumbernauld Colts, but old foe Chris Zok will be scoring for Glens next season rather than against them Glencairn skipper Ross Ballantyne has left New Southcroft for lowland league side Cumbernauld Colts after five years and 147 appearances for the club. Zok made a habit of bagging goals against Glens, notching six in six for Cumbernauld alone against the Rutherglen men, including a hat-trick in the league game last November.

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  6. Former Rangers skipper Lee McCulloch set for dual role at Kilmarnock...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Evening Times

    Former Rangers captain McCulloch's contract with the Ibrox club expired after the play-off final defeat to Motherwell at Fir Park and the centre-half was not offered a new deal along with no fewer than 10 of his team-mates. Dave King, the major shareholder and chairman at Rangers, branded the group's displays in the 2014/15 campaign, when they went through three different managers and failed to win promotion to the top flight of Scottish football, as "inadequate".

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  7. Ruthless Ruggy determined to take Cumnock right back into top flightRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Evening Times

    CUMNOCK manager John McKeown will leave no stone unturned as he sets about the task of restoring the fallen giant's fortunes. Former player McKeown took it badly when his appointment in late October could not prevent the ailing Townhead Park side's form slump and their relegation to the Super First Division.

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  8. Former Rangers captain Lee McCulloch poised to return to Scottish football in new role at KilmarnockRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Sunday Herald

    LEE McCulloch, the former Rangers captain who parted company with the Ibrox club last month, is set to return to Scottish football as player/coach at Ladbrokes Premiership club Kilmarnock. LEE McCulloch, the former Rangers captain who parted company with the Ibrox club last month, is set to return to Scottish football as player/coach at Ladbrokes Premiership club Kilmarnock.

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  9. Scots holidaymakers describe Tunisia beach terror as scores of Britons killed in attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Sunday Herald

    SCOTS tourists have described how they ran for their lives as at least 37 people, including at least five Britons, were killed in a terrorist gun attack at a Tunisian seaside resort. SCOTS tourists have described how they ran for their lives as at least 37 people, including at least five Britons, were killed in a terrorist gun attack at a Tunisian seaside resort.

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  10. Forth Ports launches apprenticeship programmeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Sunday Herald

    FORTH Ports has launched its first modern apprentice programme in Scotland, in partnership with trade unions RMT and Unite, to help ensure it has workers with the skills required to succeed employees who are retiring. FORTH Ports has launched its first modern apprentice programme in Scotland, in partnership with trade unions RMT and Unite, to help ensure it has workers with the skills required to succeed employees who are retiring.

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  11. Orkney's St Magnus Festival deserves a big birthday chequeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Sunday Herald

    Although travelling off the islands threatened to be a great deal more problematic, I arrived in Orkney last Saturday in time to make it a six-event day. Although travelling off the islands threatened to be a great deal more problematic, I arrived in Orkney last Saturday in time to make it a six-event day.

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  12. Sports Hotline: Motherwell star Lionel Ainsworth slammed after...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | The Daily Record

    Ainsworth, of course, was part of the final-day melee in Lanarkshire which soured the finale of last term's Premiership play-off final. He has been hit with a two-game suspension for his part in the bust-up but, upon his return to pre-season training, he slammed Moshni and said the defender would be no loss from the game.

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  13. Juneau soccer camp grooms players for the international fieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | APRN

    As the U.S. team heads to the Women's World Cup quarterfinals this weekend, a Juneau soccer camp is teaching kids all about the global sport. On the turf at Adair-Kennedy Memorial Park, a group of Scots and Brits are teaching 145 kids how soccer-or what they call "football"-is played across the pond.

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  14. Water market pioneer charts course from Shetland to EnglandRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Sunday Herald

    SHETLAND- born Johanna Dow has followed a career path in recent years that has taken her ever closer towards England, where she is set to spend lots of her time in coming months. The chartered accountant runs the Business Stream arm of Scottish Water in Edinburgh following stints in Dundee, Perth and Dunfermline.

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  15. Father cleared of killing cyclist son in crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Scotsman.com

    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. A FATHER was found not guilty of killing his cyclist son while he passed him in a pick-up truck, as they finished work in the Highlands.

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  16. Thursday 26 June 1662Read the original story

    Friday Jun 26 | Pepy's Diary

    Up and took physique, but such as to go abroad with, only to loosen me, for I am bound. So to the office , and there all the morning sitting till noon, and then took Commissioner Pett home to dinner with me, where my stomach was turned when my sturgeon came to table, upon which I saw very many little worms creeping, which I suppose was through the staleness of the pickle.

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  17. Kellett and McArthur plotting paths to golf gloryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Scotsman.com

    AS ENGLISHMAN Gary Boyd took the SSE Scottish Hydro Challenge by the scruff of the neck following a second successive 64 at Macdonald Spey Valley, home duo Ross Kellett and Andrew McArthur revealed differing gameplans in their quest to earn a place at the top table in European golf. For Kellett, the leading Scot at the halfway stage, albeit sitting seven shots adrift of Boyd as the Silverstone man raced away from the field after signing off with three birdies for the second day in a row in Aviemore, it's a case of tunnel vision.

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  18. Music lives in the moment for Hugo TicciatiRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Sunday Herald

    He was playing a solo recital in Kirkwall's St Magnus Cathedral - a magical setting for concerts, built by 12th-century Viking earls in thick-set red sandstone and one of the most miraculous church acoustics in the country. Inside the lights were dimmed low for the late-night performance, but outside the northern summer gloaming still lit the sky and the cathedral's stained glass panels were glowing.

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  19. Film festival says this year has proved June switch works as award winners namedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Sunday Herald

    The "warm" response from audiences and film talent to his first year in charge of the Edinburgh International Film Festival has convinced its director its June programme slot can work. The "warm" response from audiences and film talent to his first year in charge of the Edinburgh International Film Festival has convinced its director its June programme slot can work.

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  20. Clydesdale lead at halfway point but chasing pack will have say in Western Union outcomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Sunday Herald

    THE Western Union reaches the halfway stage today with Clydesdale in pole position but with a clutch of clubs well placed to turn the second half of the campaign into a genuinely fascinating contest. THE Western Union reaches the halfway stage today with Clydesdale in pole position but with a clutch of clubs well placed to turn the second half of the campaign into a genuinely fascinating contest.

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