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  • 'Scotland could be backwater without VAR' BBC Referees used video replays to help inform their decisions at this summer's World Cup in RussiaScottish football could be viewed as "a backwater" if video assistant referees (VAR) are not implemented, warns former match official Kenny Clark. …
  • No 1 ELO tribute act is coming to Edinburgh Evening News IT’s time to say hello again to the world’s No 1 ELO tribute band next month when ELO Again visit the Usher Hall. Described as the ultimate tribute to Jeff Lynne and the Electric Light Orchestra, ELO Again bring their Return To The Blue concert to the …
  • Will it be a White Christmas in Edinburgh this year? Latest odds on Christmas Day snow in 2018 Evening News Bookies are offering increasingly short odds on it being a White Christmas in Edinburgh in 2018. Snow has already fallen in parts of the UK in recent weeks, icy conditions are forecast for the coming days, and cold weather is expected to persist into the …
  • Appeal to trace Edinburgh teen missing for three days Evening News Published: 14:29 Updated: 14:52 Monday 10 December 2018 AN appeal has been launched in a bid to trace an Edinburgh teenager who went missing three days ago. Ali Yahya Abdullah left his address in Balmwell Terrace in the south of the city at around 4pm on …
  • ‘Discrimination’ - Readers react to Edinburgh shop boss no longer hiring rail commuters Evening News Readers are split over the pledge by an Edinburgh businessman to never employ another rail commuter because a key member of his staff has been repeatedly delayed by Scotrail. John McKee, director of Hanover Healthfoods, relies on senior employee Rachel …
  • Woman charged with being 6 times over drink drive limit on Edinburgh road Evening News Sorry, we're having problems with our video player at the moment, but are working to fix it as soon as we can Waiting for Video... Published: 16:26 Updated: 16:31 Monday 10 December 2018 A 51-year-old woman has been arrested and charged with drink …
  • Hearts and Hibs face no action over Edinburgh derby melee Evening News Published: 15:11 Monday 10 December 2018 Hearts and Hibs will not be punished by the Scottish Football Association for their players clashing in October's Edinburgh derby. Representatives of both clubs attended a hearing at Hampden Park today to defend …
  • Lothians basketball: Edinburgh University to face Kool Kats in Scottish Cup final Evening News 2019 is already sure to be an exciting year for Edinburgh University and City of Edinburgh Kool Kats after semi-final victories set up an all-Capital Scottish Cup final on February 3. And, on a weekend entirely devoted to women’s basketball, Caledonia …
  • Tarleton social work student receives scholarship at Youth Pride event Stephenville Empire Tribune TSU Media Relations Monday Dec 10, 2018 at 7:13 AM Tarleton State University social work student Fernanda Valadez has received a $500 scholarship as part of the Fourth Annual Youth Pride event hosted by LGBTQ S.A.V.E.S. at First Jefferson Universalist …
  • OU's Kyler Murray apologizes for anti-gay tweets KTEN Online NORMAN, Okla. (AP) -- Newly minted Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray is apologizing for anti-gay tweets posted to his Twitter account several years ago, when he was 14 and 15. The Oklahoma quarterback tweeted : "I apologize for the tweets that have …
  • Glasgow vet students bare all in naked charity calender for homeless people's pets Galloway News Vet students from the University of Glasgow have stripped off - all in the name of charity. The final year students have brought out their naked calender, which makes an annual appearance before the turn of the year. The calenders will be sold for £10 - …
  • Family members of LGBTQIA+ community walk with pride The Times of India For 11 years, the LGBTQIA+ community has been taking to the streets of Bengaluru, marching to show that their voices matter. This year, in the Namma Pride walk that took place on Sunday, change was visible, considering that it was the first walk after the …
  • BI fields more personnel to airports as holiday rush begins Mindanao Examiner A TOTAL of 56 immigration officers will be deployed to different international airports to beef up their manpower in anticipation of the influx of international passengers that will enter and exit the country during the holiday break. Bureau of Immigration …
  • Heisman Trophy winner apologizes for resurfaced anti-gay tweets Hill Oklahoma University quarterback Kyler Murray has apologized for homophobic tweets made when he was a teenager. Murray, now 21, was awarded the Heisman Trophy as the top player in college football on Saturday night and apologized via Twitter early Sunday. “ …
  • Stormy Daniels says she canceled appearance at Florida strip club because the owner used an anti-gay slur Hill Adult-film star Stormy Daniels said this weekend that she canceled an appearance at a Florida strip club because the owner used an anti-gay slur against her assistant.Daniels wrote on Instagram that the owner of Goldfinger in Sunrise, Fla. referred...
  • Manic Glasgow shoppers swoop like vultures on Asda bargain section in shock footage Dailyrecord.co.uk Hilarious footage shows manic shoppers battling to get at goods in the reduced aisle after it is filled up with multiple crates. The video, which was taken by Marcus Steel, shows Asda shoppers in Toryglen, Glasgow , scrabbling for the items seconds after …
  • The biggest wedding show in the North East Returns to Aberdeen Fraserburgh Herald Your Wedding Exhibition 2019 is set to be another busy show which will take place at AECC across two days from Saturday and Sunday, January 19 and 20, 2019. This will be the last one at AECC, before the brand new events venue and arena, The Event Complex …
  • Woman allegedly 'SIX TIMES over drink-drive limit' at 9am in Edinburgh Galloway News A motorist has been charged after she was allegedly caught driving while more than six times over the legal alcohol limit. The 51-year-old was arrested after police received a report of a car being driven erratically on the A90, in the Cramond area of …
  • PFA Scotland chief Fraser Wishart slams racist abuse directed at players Galloway News PFA Scotland has demanded an end to a series of incidents of racist abuse of players in Scotland. Scottish football has been hit by a number of incidents in recent weeks. A man has been given a police warning over abuse directed towards Falkirk player …
  • Scotland captain Robertson 'now worth £72m' BBC Watch: Germany-based Nelson & Sancho - Friends not rivalsEngland winger Jadon Sancho's transfer value has risen by an astonishing 806% to £79.44m over the past three months, according to new analysis. The figures, from CIES Football Observatory, …

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