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Lennon: Dubai return met with ‘barrage of absolute hypocrisy’
Neil Lennon says Celtic returned from their winter training camp in Dubai to a “barrage of absolute hypocrisy”.
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Lennon: Dubai return met with ‘barrage of absolute hypocrisy’
Neil Lennon says Celtic returned from their winter training camp in Dubai to a “barrage of absolute hypocrisy”.
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Nearly 2000 treated for coronavirus in Scotland’s hospitals
Almost 2000 people are currently being treated for coronavirus in Scotland’s hospitals.
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Scottish seafood lorries in London to highlight export woes
Dozens of shellfish lorries from Scotland’s coastal communities have descended on central London to highlight the export problems they have faced due to Brexit.
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Life on the frontline in Scotland’s fight against coronavirus
Cases may be stabilising, but hospital admissions for Covid 19 are continuing to rise and are predicted to escalate in the coming weeks.
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Tougher restrictions come into force to stem spread of Covid
Tougher restrictions have come into force across the majority of Scotland in the battle to stem the spread of coronavirus.
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‘Covid has terrorised my family, please take it seriously’
A woman who was hospitalised with Civd has urged people to take the threat of the virus seriously and to follow lockdown restrictions.
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Hospital staff fear the worst as Covid cases continue to rise
Doctors and nurses at University Hospital Monklands concerned they could be overwhelmed by coronavirus patients.
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Warmer weather this weekend before frost returns next week
Temperatures are set to rise over the weekend before colder weather returns next week.
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Young Scots in rural areas ‘more lonely than elderly neighbours’
The number of youngsters in rural Scotland who say they are lonely is substantially higher than elderly people in the same communities, according to a survey.
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Freeman: Don't travel over border for takeaway food and drink
'My straightforward request to those individuals is, please don't' People should not be travelling across the border to go for takeaway food or drink, urged Jeane Freeman. bit.ly/39B3CSN
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Coronavirus: 61 deaths and more than 2000 new cases
Another 61 deaths linked to coronavirus have been registered in Scotland. More than 2000 new cases of Covid-19 have also been recorded in the past 24 hours, the health secretary said.
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Leonard quits as Scottish Labour leader with immediate effect
Richard Leonard has stood down as leader of the Scottish Labour Party with immediate effect.
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Scottish Government unpublishes vaccine plan after ‘error’
The Scottish Government’s Covid-19 vaccine deployment plan has been removed from its website because the UK Government has “commercial confidentiality concerns” about the information it contains.
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Coronavirus: 64 more deaths and 1707 new cases in Scotland
Scotland has recorded 64 more deaths from coronavirus in the past 24 hours.
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Drivers warned over roads as Scots wake up to heavy snow
Scots have been waking up to heavy snowfall with an amber weather warning in place for most of the country.
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'I worry how at-home learning will impact my children'
For most pupils, going back to school this week has meant opening up laptops and jotters on the kitchen table as online lessons resume.
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Shankland: Long-range strike probably my best ever goal
Dundee United striker Lawrence Shankland says his wonder 50-year strike against St Johnstone is probably the best goal he’s ever scored – but he’s still determined to better it in the future.
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Ban on collecting takeaways from inside premises
Customers will no longer be able to collect takeaway food and drink from inside premises, under new coronavirus-fighting rules.
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Amber warning as most of Scotland braced for more snow
An amber weather warning has been issued as more snow is set to hit the majority of Scotland. The Met Office alert will be in place from 3pm on Wednesday until 10am on Thursday morning.
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Mass vaccinations centres to open across Scotland
Mass vaccination centre across Scotland will each deliver more than 20,000 jabs a week, announced the health secretary.
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The Northern Lights were visible across Scotland on January 11
James Kerr captured this incredible video of the Aurora shining over Banff Links in Aberdeenshire.
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Scots teen says starring as young Wonder Woman was ‘amazing’
A Scottish teenager who stars as a young Diana Prince in the latest Wonder Woman movie has said doing her own stunts was an amazing experience.
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Rangers show interest in Aberdeen forward Scott Wright
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has confirmed that Rangers are interested in Scott Wright. The 23-year-old Dons attacker is out of contract at the end of the season.
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The Princess Switch 3 begins filming in Midlothian
Scenes for the third instalment of Netflix’s The Princess Switch franchise have started filming in Midlothian.
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Death toll from coronavirus in Scotland passes 5000 mark
More than 5000 people have now died in Scotland after testing positive for coronavirus.
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ockdown protesters led away by police at Holyrood
Protesters have clashed with police as they tried to demonstrate against coronavirus measures.
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Dad posted video of panic attack online in call for help
A young dad felt forced to post a video of himself on social media having a panic attack in the hope he’d get the help he needs for his mental health.
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Airport arrivals will need negative test from Friday
Travellers coming to Scotland will need to show proof of a negative test from Friday.
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Victim support groups want more 'virtual courts' used to clear backlogs of cases.
Victim support groups want more 'virtual courts' used to clear backlogs of cases. Only the most serious court cases will be heard during lockdown as the number of coronavirus cases rises.
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