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  • Revealed: the top 20 Netlfix shows being watched the fastest Scotsman Published: 13:05 Thursday 19 October 2017 Netflix have released the top 20 shows that were ‘binge-raced’ in the UK. The hugely popular streaming website report that a whopping 8.4 million members have binged-raced on shows during their Netflix lifetime …
  • Amber Rudd’s decision to send home Americans in Scotland upheld Scotsman A judge has upheld Home Secretary Amber Rudd’s decision to send home an American couple who have invested more than £300,000 into the Scottish economy. Lady Carmichael ruled that the Conservative politician didn’t act unlawfully when she ruled that …
  • Militant successor backs Leonard for Labour leadership Scotsman Published: 14:04 Thursday 19 October 2017 The battle for the Labour leadership in Scotland has been marked by more infighting after it emerged the successor to Militant Tendency is backing Corbynista candidate Richard Leonard. The Socialist Party Scotland …
  • Scotland has worst potholes in the UK, four miles deep in total Scotsman Scottish roads are littered with the highest number of potholes in the UK and would stretch to a combined depth of nearly four miles, according to a new study. New research revealed that a total of 154,310 potholes were reported to Scottish councils last …
  • BT joins forces with Digital Xtra Fund to inspire young Scots Scotsman A digital skills charity has launched a new partnership with a communications giant to help make more extracurricular computing science activities available to young people across Scotland. BT will work the Digital Xtra Fund, which is backed by the …
  • 15-year-old knocked down and killed in East Kilbride named Scotsman A 15-year-old girl who was knocked down and killed at a pedestrian crossing in South Lanarkshire has been named by police. Officers said Megan Scott was crossing the A749 Kingsway in East Kilbride at about 5.45pm on Wednesday when she was struck by a …
  • Gay nightclub appeals for help with ‘crumbling’ streets Washington Blade The owner of Ziegfeld’s-Secrets has appealed to city officials for help with ‘crumbling’ streets around the nightclub. (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key) The D.C. gay nightclub Ziegfeld’s-Secrets has taken the unusual step of using its promotional …
  • Electric train tested on Edinburgh to Glasgow line for first time as Scotrail promise 'cleaner, greener travel' Dailyrecord.co.uk An electric train has been tested on the main line between Edinburgh and Glasgow for the first time. The ScotRail Alliance train operator said it marks a step forward for the major project to electrify the line, which has faced several delays. The …
  • Northern Ireland boss admits drink-driving in Edinburgh BBC Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionO'Neill's lawyer said it had been an "error of judgement" Northern Ireland football manager Michael O'Neill has pleaded guilty at Edinburgh Sheriff Court to drink-driving. The …
  • Conservative Iowa city to host first gay pride festival The Herald A conservative city in northwest Iowa is hosting its first pride festival to celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. The Sioux City Journal reports that Orange City will host the three-day OC Pride 2017 event starting Friday. The city has …
  • Pride of Reading: Queen Anne's School adopts paperless learning as tech takes over classroom Reading Evening Post As assistant headteacher is so proud of his school’s multi-million pound sixth form centre that he has nominated it, and its cutting edge IT team, for a Pride of Reading Award. Caversham’s Queen Anne’s School could be awarded top marks at this year’s …
  • West Virginia city passes gay rights ordinance WVSX MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) - The city of Morgantown has added protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender residents to a human rights ordinance. Media report the City Council voted unanimously to expand the city's anti-discrimination language …
  • Kirkgunzeon curler Grant Hardie on top of the world after Swiss win Daily Record Kirkgunzeon curler Grant Hardie led Scotland to victory at the World Mixed Curling Championships in Switzerland. He was the team skip as they beat Canada 8-5 in an extra end in Champery on Saturday. And the civil engineering student stayed cool under …
  • Brad Pitt 'has a new British girlfriend' - and she's 32 years younger than him Daily Record Brad Pitt is reportedly embarking on a new relationship with a British actress. The Fight Club star is rumoured to be dating 21-year-old Ella Purnell, who is 32 years younger than him and even has a connection to his ex wife, Angelina Jolie. In a bizarre …
  • Hopefully Aberdeen or Rangers win the league and do a better job in the Champions League than Celtic - Hotline Daily Record Celtic netted their Premiership rivals £370,000 each after they qualified for the group stage of the Champions League. But many Hotline callers wouldn’t give tuppence for the performances of the Scottish champions at the sharpest end of European …
  • Three men arrested after police seize £85k worth of cocaine and heroin Daily Record Three men have been arrested and £85,000 of drugs seized in a police raid. Officers discovered crack cocaine and heroin as well as a four-figure sum of cash from two cars that were stopped in the Hilton area of Aberdeen and an unclassified road near …
  • Meet Playboy’s first ever trans centrefold News.com.au MEN’S magazine Playboy has featured its first ever transgender ‘playmate’ centrefold in its November issue, a move which the model hopes will pave the way for “all women — trans or otherwise — in fashion and other sectors”. Ines Rau, a French fashion …
  • Spanking your kid could soon be a crime in Scotland NYPOST Put away the switches and canes — Scotland is expected to be the first country in the UK to ban smacking children. A member of the Scottish Greens political party, John Finnie, proposed the law in an effort to ensure children equal protection from assault …
  • Social media goes purple for Spirit Day to fight bullying of LGBT youth KFSN One out of four children is bullied at school, but that number is much higher for youth who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. A 2015 study found that as much as 89 percent of LGBT youth had experienced some type of "peer victimization" …
  • McKenna commits to Aberdeen SKY SPORTS By Matthew Treadwell Last Updated: 19/10/17 3:10pm Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna has signed a new contract to keep him at Pittodrie until the summer of 2021. The 20-year-old has only played six times for the Dons first team, although three of …

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