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  • 5 Bizarre Festivals that are Sure to Give You Thrills and Chills

    There is hardly any religion or race in the world that doesn’t celebrate festivals. Festivals are the part of our lives, and true believers love observing these festivals with great devotion and enthusiasm. For many of us, Halloween appears to be the most happening celebration as it involves wearing fancy costumes and attending spooky parties. The post 5 Bizarre Festivals that are Sure to Give You Thrills and Chills appeared first on Deadline News.

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  • Asos shopper shares hilarious “expectation vs reality” picture after “regular fit” coat arrives “looking like a duvet”

    AN ASOS customer has shared hilarious “expectation vs reality” photographs of a “regular fit” puffer coat which arrived looking like a giant “duvet”. Erin Gillogley was gutted when she tried on her £65 ASOS Longline Puffer Coat last month  and immediately realised it looked nothing like the website images. The Scots customer ordered her usual The post Asos shopper shares hilarious “expectation vs reality” picture after “regular fit” coat arrives “looking like a duvet” appeared first on Deadline News.

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  • What Is a Military Spouse Entitled to in a Divorce?

    If your spouse is in the military and the two of you are planning to divorce, what benefits will you receive? If you end your marriage with a member of the Armed Forces, you’ll be able to keep some of the advantages you had when you were married. However, you may have to pay for The post What Is a Military Spouse Entitled to in a Divorce? appeared first on Deadline News.

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  • Our Domains Your SEO aka ODYS ventures with Craig Campbell SEO

    Craig Campbell, the Glaswegian Search Engine Optimization expert, and Youtuber has reportedly sealed a deal with ODYS Global which is said to be in six-digit Craig Campbell’s YouTube channel. Craig Campbell SEO has devoted two decades to the digital marketing industry. He specializes in field’s link building, PPC management, online reputation management, etc. The voguish The post Our Domains Your SEO aka ODYS ventures with Craig Campbell SEO appeared first on Deadline News.

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  • Dad-of-two made redundant twice during pandemic while caring for cancer suffering wife achieves degree with distinction – Scottish News

    A FATHER-of-two who was made redundant twice while studying has managed to secure a degree with distinction – all while supporting his cancer stricken wife. James Homan from Currie, Edinburgh, was awarded the prestigious accolade from Edinburgh Napier University this week. The 44-year-old achieved a Masters in Business Administration, despite caring for his sick wife, The post Dad-of-two made redundant twice during pandemic while caring for cancer suffering wife achieves degree with distinction – Scottish News appeared first on Deadline News.

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  • CBD Oil and Alcohol Effects: What Happens If You Mix Them Together

    If you fantasise about chugging that favourite cocktail at the weekend club, or you relish a glass of wine after aeons of office spells, you may want to behold our upcoming intel – can CBD combine with alcoholic beverages or should they remain apart? We’ve got the answers to those burning hesitations. CBD oil and The post CBD Oil and Alcohol Effects: What Happens If You Mix Them Together appeared first on Deadline News.

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  • How Do Forex Traders Make Decisions?

    The foreign exchange is the largest financial market. In fact, it is the most gigantic in the world, given its six-trillion-dollar daily turnover. Every individual may learn to become a retail trader, but profit does not come easy. To succeed, you need to foresee the movements of your chosen currencies. Discover the main avenues of The post How Do Forex Traders Make Decisions? appeared first on Deadline News.

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  • Scottish honey company hopes to crack Far East market – Business News Scotland

    A HOME-grown honey company is hoping to cash in on increased demand for premium Scottish goods in the Far East as it begins exporting to the overseas markets. The Scottish Bee Company will be sending around £100,000 worth of products to East Asia in the next twelve months. More than eight tonnes of their heather and The post Scottish honey company hopes to crack Far East market – Business News Scotland appeared first on Deadline News.

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  • The Importance of Coronavirus Testing

    In response to the coronavirus disease, some governments have established rules that limit personal freedoms and hamper their own economies, placing billion people under home confinement. Some countries have implemented generalized tests for current infections, while others have limited these tests to hospitalized people, at least during the early stages of their responses. As the The post The Importance of Coronavirus Testing appeared first on Deadline News.

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  • Student nurse who held hands of dying Covid patients given award – Health News Scotland

    A STUDENT nurse who was thrust onto the Covid-19 frontline has been given a prestigious nursing award in recognition of her efforts. Joanna MacDonald from Haddington, East Lothian described how she “held patients hands while dying” when their families were unable to be at their side because of the pandemic. The Edinburgh Napier student was The post Student nurse who held hands of dying Covid patients given award – Health News Scotland appeared first on Deadline News.

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  • Suffer the little children – in Tory England

    By Margaret Johnstone In Scotland free school meals are currently available to all P1 to P3 pupils, as well as those whose families receive Universal Credit or other benefits. A few days ago the Scottish Government announced, a £30 million package to help local authorities provide help to communities and vulnerable people during the Covid19 […] The post Suffer the little children – in Tory England appeared first on Newsnet.scot.

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  • Dear America

    By Russell Bruce Dear People of America, In Europe we have noticed that you have a presidential election moving into the final days. Indeed many of us have been following the course of events with both interest and apprehension. I have followed every presidential election since the election of JFK in 1960. As such I […] The post Dear America appeared first on Newsnet.scot.

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  • Power grab over fisheries

    By Russell Bruce The government of Jersey is up in arms over a proposed UK power grab as it seeks to obtain control over all the waters in these islands with the exception of the those of the Irish Republic. Jersey as a Crown Dependency has control over everything except defence and international relations but […] The post Power grab over fisheries appeared first on Newsnet.scot.

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  • Come to Edinburgh Michel Barnier

    By Russell Bruce The permafrost surrounding UK /EU talks needs more than a little warming, even just moving to a shade warmer. Newsnet has a proposal to break the impasse. We think the Scottish Government could be an intermediary to break the current deadlock. Scotland may not be neutral but for that reason could progress […] The post Come to Edinburgh Michel Barnier appeared first on Newsnet.scot.

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  • Covid across the 4 nations

    By Russell Bruce The unionist parties and press are daily asserting that Scotland is doing worse in handling Covid than England. Their desperation to undermine Nicola Sturgeon knows no bounds or any sense of decency. The Scottish Government and the First Minister set the policies and actions required but the work on the ground is […] The post Covid across the 4 nations appeared first on Newsnet.scot.

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  • Hospitality one of the highest risks

    By Margaret Johnstone “Scotland’s Hitler,” screamed a caller on a radio programme, referring to Scotland’s First Minister closing pubs for 16 days to contain the Covid19 virus. Some upset individuals went even further in their written and online abuse. Tabloid headlines shrieked with a similar fury – Last chance saloon, Sturgeon’s last orders, Nic’s got […] The post Hospitality one of the highest risks appeared first on Newsnet.scot.

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  • Johnson and Trump share a world of delusion

    By Russell Bruce Johnson’s speech to the virtual Tory conference underlined just how far from reality he and his ministers are. He has just about managed to get that Covid 19 is serious but his government’s handling of the pandemic is miles away from any sense of competence. Trump on the other hand believes he […] The post Johnson and Trump share a world of delusion appeared first on Newsnet.scot.

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  • Trump worth 32 cents a day – less millions in costs

    By Russell Bruce The US election outcome is a matter for the US electorate to decide but for a country that proclaims to be the Leader of the Free World the result matters to all of us in Scotland and Europe. That is why we are giving some coverage to Mr Trump’s tax affairs with […] The post Trump worth 32 cents a day – less millions in costs appeared first on Newsnet.scot.

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  • Baffling with bullshit

    By Margaret Johnstone Much has been spouted, hands waving wildly, by the Prime Minister, his Ministers and his Tory MPs, to defend the breaching of international law by the Internal Market Bill. But no matter how ardent they are little of their words make sense and indeed much that has been clattered out is regarded […] The post Baffling with bullshit appeared first on Newsnet.scot.

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  • The perfect storm

    Equality Nation put this twitter thread together which we think should be more than fast passing twitter commentary. Tanja Bueltmann is an academic who describes herself as German affinity Scot with a Kiwi twist. This is a Twitter thread by Tanja Bueltmann, Professor of History who holds a Chair in International History at the University […] The post The perfect storm appeared first on Newsnet.scot.

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