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Harvie's hoptimistic of tasting election success with new beer launch

Harvie's hoptimistic of tasting election success with new beer launch

Call for fair deal for forces asbestos victims

Call for fair deal for forces asbestos victims

Glasgow lawyer Elise Schwarz has lived through every parent’s worst nightmare when her son Evan, in the care of a trusted nanny, was the victim of shaken baby syndrome. Picture: Jamie Simpson

Glasgow mum shares heartache of shaken baby syndrome

Professor Drever

Scientific genius runs in the family

Water restored to more than 400 Possilpark homes

Water restored to more than 400 Possilpark homes

Eating breakfast boosts activity for obese people

Eating breakfast boosts activity for obese people

US says the UK needs Trident to maintain 'outsized role on global stage'

US says the UK needs Trident to maintain 'outsized role on global stage'

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The distinctive Bafta mask is hauled into place for the upcoming ceremony

All eyes on top screen awards night

The sign outside Khublai Khans in Glasgow

Glasgow Khublai Khans' chalk board placed near rape crisis centre 'trivialises rape'

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The Princess Royal opens the University of the West of Scotland’s new learning space, the Atrium in the UWS’s Paisley High street campus. In background is Professor Craig Mahoney, principal and vice-chancellor of UWS.  Pictures: Colin Mearns

University Atrium gets a royal seal of approval

Bollywood dance troupe in hunt for new recruits

Bollywood dance troupe in hunt for new recruits

Funding pot of £500,000 for arts projects

Funding pot of £500,000 for arts projects

New centre will be a flying circus

New centre will be a flying circus

Days off sick going down

Days off sick going down

Officers made arrests in Yoker

Pair arrested in Glasgow after £2.3m drug seizure

A preview look at a new steakhouse being opened by Miller & Carter in a former Post Office on St. Vincent Street. Photo by Jamie Simpson/Herald & Times

Inside the vaults of a landmark Glasgow building as it transforms into a £1.5million steakhouse

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Instructor Kay Wilsoan encourages young rider Marissa Johnston, aged six, at the riding school, which has a new heating system

Things are hotting up at riding school

High Court, Edinburgh

Man who says he was unconscious when car hit women not "slumped" like bin lorry crash driver

Gordon Aikman

Social media users show support as airline refuses to take MND campaigner's wheelchair

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Police to question clubbers after death of 21-year-old in Ayrshire

Police to question clubbers after death of 21-year-old Robert Fleming in Ayrshire

Here's why you should NEVER set your iPhone date to January 1 1970

Find out why you should NEVER set your iPhone date to January 1, 1970

Fire crews rescue baby locked in Pollok home

Fire crews rescue baby locked in Pollok home

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Hurlford United v Glenafton Athletic. Barr Scottish Junior Cup final, Rugby Park Kilmarnock. Hurlford win 3-0. Pictured is Hurlford manager Darren Henderson with the cup...  Photograph by Colin Mearns.1 June 2014. (29215395)

Juniors: Hurlford gaffer Darren Henderson ignores the stats and will let his players do the talking in Scottish Cup clash with Rossvale

Nir Bitton has insisted he is settled at Celtic

Nir Bitton settled at Celtic as he defends club transfer policy

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26/11/15 UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE GROUP STAGE .  CELTIC v AJAX .  CELTIC PARK - GLASGOW .  Celtic Chairman Ian Bankier (left) and Chief Executive Peter Lawwell. (47638081)

Celtic chairman Ian Bankier admits to frustrating season as figures reveal Virgil van Dijk sale plugged financial hole of Champions League exit

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Nir Bitton in action for Celtic

Nir Bitton insists that Celtic are on the right track

Kilmarnock's Gary Dicker (29) during training. (55718617)

Lee Hodson wants to save Kilmarnock then become a hero with Northern Ireland in the Euros

Celtic know their are in a title race now

Derek Rae: Hoops will be eyeing Aberdeen this week

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11/02/16     .  HIBERNIAN TRAINING CENTRE - EDINBURGH .  Hibernian Manager Alan Stubbs talks to the press ahead of his side's fixture against Livingston. (55711059)

Easter Road manager Alan Stubbs says Hibs are relishing three-pronged quest for silverware

12/02/16 .  RICCARTON - EDINBURGH .  Hearts' head coach Robbie Neilson talks to the press ahead of his side's upcoming fixture against Partick Thistle.. (55808816)

Tynecastle boss Robbie Neilson admits he's daring to dream of Hearts playing in Europe

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 02:  Louis van Gaal Manager of Manchester United leaves the pitch after the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester United and Stoke City at Old Trafford on February 2, 2016 in Manchester, England.  (Photo by Alex L

Old Trafford boss Louis van Gaal admits he might face axe if Manchester United fail to qualify for Champions League

Rangers' Martyn Waghorn says he has a different job to Celtic's Leigh Griffiths

Rangers' Martyn Waghorn says he has a different job to Celtic's Leigh Griffiths

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WORD OF ADVICE: Mark Warburton wants Rangers winger Barrie McKay to aim for the very top

Rangers boss Mark Warburton tips Barrie McKay to star for Scotland

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EYES ON EUROPE: Ian Bankier (left) and Celtic chairman Peter Lawwell have made it clear they want Champions League football back at Parkhead

Celtic chairman Ian Bankier: We want Champions League football after this "frustrating" campaign

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PITCH PERFECT: Rangers manager Mark Warburton wants to see an end to artificial surfaces in Scottish senior football

Times Talker: Is Rangers manager Mark Warburton right to demand an end to plastic pitches?

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FUTURE FEARS: Neil Doncaster is concerned about the future of Scottish clubs in Europe amid talks over reconstructing the Champions League

SPFL chief Neil Doncaster blasts Euro superclubs' "sinister" plan for the Champions League

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Richard Gough, Paul Murray, Dave King and John Gilligan

Derek Johnstone: Gough is a man of the people...and he knows people count more than Kings

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NO GROUNDS FOR CONCERN: Rangers striker Martyn Waghorn insists Alloa changing their pitch won't make Rangers change their attitude

Martyn Waghorn insists Alloa pitch row won't stop Rangers juggernaut

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Challenge: Jim Duffy says that Alloa's narrow pitch caused him to adapt Morton's style.

Jim Duffy warns Rangers of challenge in adapting to Alloa's narrower pitch

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Respect: Jim Duffy says that Stevie Aitken has done a fantastic job at Dumbarton.

Jim Duffy will put mutual appreciation society to one side for clash with Dumbarton

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