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Hidden epidemic of veteran suicides: SAS soldier’s story

Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill MP Hugh Gaffney

MP quizzes Minister about the merger of 
supermarket giants

Emma Hopkinson will trek the Great Wall of China

Emma will test her limits on the Great Wall


Celebrating all that slithers at Amazonia


Second part of South Lanarkshire Local Development Plan to open for comments


New village play area that is fit for a king


Tougher action is needed for people who attack paramedics

Scottish mum Rose Gentle, whose son Gordon died in Iraq in 2004, is backing the Johnston Press campaign calling on Scottish and Westminster Governments to shed light on veteran suicide figures.''Pic: Robert Perry.

Hidden epidemic of veteran suicides: a mother’s story

Campbell Lochrie, manager of the Scotmid store in Tannochside

Scotmid refurbishes Tannochside store

Shea Gordon (right) put Stenny to the sword last Saturday (Pic by Jamie Forbes)

Motherwell loan star Shea Gordon in lightning fast start to life at Thistle

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Stephen Gallacher finished as top Scot at the Scottish Open last week

Scottish Open proved to be a marvellous watch for fans!

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Brendan Steele.

Live coverage from the Open Championship at Carnoustie

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Stephen Robinson encourages his Motherwell troops against Edinburgh City (Pic by Ian McFadyen)

Robbo: We were dominant against Edinburgh City and could have scored a lot more

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First half blitz as Motherwell beat Edinburgh City in Betfred Cup Group G opener

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Conor Sammon leaps into Fir Park as Motherwell's sixth summer signing

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Stenny defeated 2-0 at home by Partick Thistle in Betfred Cup opener

The artwork for the new The Banter Thiefs EP TWO

Band launching new EP after chart success

The M8 motorway

Scotland’s most dangerous motorways revealed


Tenants share horror stories from time renting in Scotland

Alice Wyllie and Katie McAllister, from National Museums Scotland, listen in to the soundtrack of Scotland at the opening of Rip It Up (Photo Neil Hanna).

Rip It Up and delve into the story of Scottish pop at National Museum of Scotland