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  • Search for missing Isle of Lewis teenager stood down Press and Journal Police have confirmed that search efforts to trace a teenager reported missing on the Isle of Lewis have been stood down. Hannah Mackenzie, 17, was reported missing in Stornoway on Thursday evening following the first day back at school after the summer …
  • Body found in search for missing Isle of Lewis teenager Press and Journal A teenage girl whose disappearance sparked a huge search on the Isle of Lewis has been found dead this evening. Hannah Mackenzie, 17, was reported missing in Stornoway on Thursday evening following the first day back at school after the summer holidays on …
  • Durham police welcome to march in Pride parade, but not in uniform. And no guns. Myrtle Beach Sun News Durham police officers are welcome to march in this year’s Pride parade, as long as they’re not in uniform. Or bring their squad cars or firearms. Pride: Durham, NC will be held on Saturday, Sept. 29 at Duke University. Police officers from inside and …
  • What To Expect At Charlotte Pride This Weekend WFAE Charlotte's annual pride parade and festival kicks off in uptown this weekend, bringing with it drag queens, rainbows, and a slew of outdoor activities and live entertainment. Organizors are expecting more than 150,000 people to attend over the course …
  • Missing teenager – Hannah Mackenzie West Highland Free Press 17 August 2018 Officers from Police Scotland are seeking the assistance of the public in an effort to trace a 17-year-old girl missing from the Stornoway area. Hannah Mackenzie from Gravir on Lewis was last seen about 4pm  on Thursday 16th August outside …
  • Scotland Government pumps in £11m to Malawi for local projects until 2023 Maravi Post By Malawi News Agency Malawi government has been boosted with a £11 million (aboput K7.3 billion)  from Scottish government  allocated to supporting local projects in the southern African nation until 2023. According to a reports in The Scotsman newspaper …
  • Jealous ex who fitted tracker to former girlfriend's car to catch her with lesbian lover avoids jail Sunday People A jealous man who fitted a tracker to his ex-girlfriend's car to find her with her lesbian lover has avoided jail. David Jones was found guilty of one count of stalking and a separate charge of assault on Stacey Buckley following a confrontation at …
  • A Bloody Mary’s Christmas at The Lemon Tree Buchan Observer Published: 10:44 Friday 17 August 2018 The Bloody Marys are back at The Lemon Tree in Aberdeen with their Christmas Show on December 15, with all the trimmings delivered in a way only the Transvestite Trio can get away with. Get your tickets fast to avoid …
  • CLAN call for Wanderlust Ball prize donations Buchan Observer A leading north-east cancer support charity has made a call for raffle and auction prize donations which will be used at one of its largest fundraising events of the year this autumn. CLAN Cancer Support’s annual CLAN Ball will be held at Aberdeen …
  • Glenrothes woman’s art featured in Help for Heroes exhibition Fife Today The wife of an injured veteran from Glenrothes has had her work showcased in a creative exhibition in London this week. Julie Martin-Davy (39) is one of 80 wounded, injured and sick veterans or their carers to have their work featured at the Help for …
  • Take the Kinghorn Scarecrow Trail Fife Today Published: 12:30 Thursday 16 August 2018 Visitors to Kinghorn may spot some unusual sights from this weekend. For the annual Kinghorn Scarecrow Trail kicks off on Saturday and runs until Sunday, August 26. Maps costing £1 will be available from Kinghorn …
  • What’s on in Fife - August 16 Fife Today Here’s your weekly round up of all the best local entertainment. Music Friday, August 17 Karaoke, Chapel Tavern, Kirkcaldy. Saturday, August 18 Hotel Caledonia CISWO, Glenrothes. Mike Munro, Neil Diamond experience, , Stanes Bar & Grill, Glenrothes. …
  • Rab Noakes marks 50 years in music with trip to Anniversaryville Fife Today The last year has been a period of special anniversaries for one of Fife’s most popular singers. Folk legend Rab Noakes celebrated his 50th year in music and his 70th birthday last year and his latest release is his 20th full album. To mark his half …
  • Dysart sculptor starts new business Fife Today Dysart-based sculptor and former teacher Eunice Cameron is busy carving out her dream retirement project. The artist, who has had a commission for the Queen and has her work displayed in prestigious venues around the world, is in the process of setting up …
  • The one I want! Kirkcaldy venue hosting special Grease sing-a-long Fife Today Published: 16:18 Thursday 16 August 2018 All together now... “Why this car is automatic, It’s systematic, It’s hydromatic...” To celebrate 40 years since the popular musical hit the big screen, OnFife is putting it back where it belongs for a special …
  • Love Island star coming to Kirkcaldy this weekend Fife Today Published: 16:55 Thursday 16 August 2018 Look out ladies – Love Island star Sam Bird is coming to Kirkcaldy this weekend! The gym owner from Norwich will pop into Kitty’s this Saturday (August 18) as part of a new tour of nightclub appearances across the …
  • Templehall Gala set to toast its tenth year in style Fife Today Preparations are well underway for Templehall Gala which celebrates its tenth anniversary this weekend. The event is taking place on Saturday and organisers are hoping to make it the best one yet to toast the special milestone. Volunteers are still wanted …
  • WWI centenary: A Cellardyke man’s world war Fife Today In the lead up to the centenary of the end of World War I, the East Fife Mail has asked its readers to share the stories of their own WWI heroes. While those who fought in the war between 1914-18 are all gone, we want local families to tell their stories …
  • Cupar woman to brave the shave for sister-in-law Fife Today Published: 12:05 Friday 17 August 2018 A Cupar woman will be shaving her head next month to raise funds for a relative who is hoping to go to the US for cancer treatment. Jade Goffin (30), a police officer in London, was diagnosed with 3C triple negative …
  • St Andrews student completes 10,000 mile project Fife Today A St Andrews student has completed a unique project which has taken him 10,000 miles across Asia over two months. Charles Stevens (21), a history student at the University of St Andrews, founded the New Silk Road Project, which aimed to explore China’s …

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