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Police are appealing for witnesses after a 22-year-old man was hospitalised following an assault on a golf course.
THE experience of a lifetime awaits four pupils and two staff members who are swapping North Glasgow for Namibia this week.
YOUNG eco-warriors from Kirkintilloch, Lennoxtown and the Kelvin Valley have been helping fishy friends as part of a special river scheme.
SKODA has revealed the first pictures of the new Octavia vRS ahead of its full debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in July.
A mum-to-be has warned people to be on their guard after claiming two women tried to steal her purse.2 comments
The caring mum of a youngster with autism is working with families across the UK to write a book about the good things that children and adults with the condition can contribute.
SCOTT Johnson set himself a number of clear targets for the summer tour to South Africa and as well as testing out the strength in depth was a desire to instil new belief in Scottish rugby.4 comments
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SCOTT Johnson has dismissed suggestions that his Scotland squad were soft against Samoa and suffered the consequences both in a first Test defeat to the South Sea Islanders and a squad floored by injury.1 comment
THE changing face of South African rugby could not feature a more engaging and quietly ambitious individual than Heyneke Meyer. And the fulfilment this week of a childhood dream will mark another milestone for the Springboks coach.
SCOTLAND have tasked Scott Johnson and Sean Lineen to scour the world and unearth new Scottish talent, but judging by the latest round of debutants selected for Test duty the programme is already working.1 comment
SCOTLAND prop Jon Welsh talks to The Scotsman’s Chief Rugby Writer David Ferguson at the national side’s training camp in South Africa.
Fans of the late, lamented Property Ladder, presented by Sarah Beeny, will know that renovating a listed building can turn into a long and expensive nightmare.
Ignore the clouds and pretty up the patio ready for summer. Gabrielle Fagan picks on-trend looks for well-dressed outdoor spaces.
Let The Right One In, a stage adaptation of the cult film of the same name, looks likely to be John Tiffany’s directorial swansong for the National Theatre of Scotland (NTS). If so, it’s a farewell present which sums up everything he’s achieved since hitting gold with Black Watch in 2006.
UNPRECEDENTED demand has prompted the organisers of one of the most popular and important fitness events in Scotland to hold special late registration sessions.
A PIONEERING cycle festival in Bishopbriggs will be soundtracked by talented singers and musicians from home and away.
If your home’s loft is more valuable to you as living space than storage, converting the loft is the obvious thing to do.
An adventurous student is preparing to return to Rwanda to carry out crucial charity work - a year after first visiting the African country.
A FASCINATING new book is offering a day-by-day glimpse of bygone Glasgow – and the Herald has two copies to give away.
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Pupils from St Michael’s Primary School recently took to the streets to encourage drivers to slow down.
Organisations across East Dunbartonshire are celebrating this week after receiving Lottery windfalls.1 comment
Milngavie Community Council will hold its next meeting on Wednesday June 5 at 7.30pm in the town’s Fraser Centre.
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Tuesday 18 June 2013
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