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  • Heartwarming video shows ecstatic Scot with cerebral palsy on disability bike

    A HEARTWARMING video shows a Scot with quadriplegic cerebral palsy loving life on a disability bike after care cuts left her stuck indoors for most of the last 18 months. Suzy Stewart was filmed looking ecstatic as she was pushed around in a rental disability bike in Dumfries by her niece Enola Lagneau last week. […] The post Heartwarming video shows ecstatic Scot with cerebral palsy on disability bike appeared first on Deadline News.

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  • The Most Common Household Repairs in the UK

    Home ownership involves continual maintenance and repair. Your house, and the appliances in it, are exposed to continual stress – and if you don’t step in occasionally, they’ll fall slowly into ruin. Household repairs are big business, and they’re likely to remain so for as long as houses are built. In 2018 and 2019, around […] The post The Most Common Household Repairs in the UK appeared first on Deadline News.

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  • Manager shares the inside scoop on running a retirement development

    Karen Murray from Muirkirk completed a degree in Textiles, Fashion Design and Management from Heriot Watt University before changing career paths in 2009, when she joined Bield as a Housing Support Assistant. The 41-year-old worked her way up the positions whilst completing an HNC in Social Science at Kilmarnock College to secure a role where […] The post Manager shares the inside scoop on running a retirement development appeared first on Deadline News.

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  • Britain’s worst football team told their pitch is so bad it breaches league rules

    BRITAIN’S worst football team have been dealt a further blow after being told their pitch is so bad that it breaches league rules.  Fort William FC will now have to travel and play all of their games away after the Scottish Highland Football League (SHFL) decided Claggan Park is in an unplayable condition. It is […] The post Britain’s worst football team told their pitch is so bad it breaches league rules appeared first on Deadline News.

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  • Scots OAP couple become online hit after cheeky conversation caught on camera

    A CHEEKY Scots pensioner couple have become an internet sensation after they were filmed by their granddaughter having a cheeky conversation while doing DIY.  Anne and Billy Innes were filmed having the flirty conversation exchange by their granddaughter Holly Innes, 21, while they were fixing their fence in Stirling last week. The humorous clip shows […] The post Scots OAP couple become online hit after cheeky conversation caught on camera appeared first on Deadline News.

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  • Here’s How You Can Trade Crypto With Minimal Risk

    We all know the popular myths about cryptocurrency. People love to talk about how it’s incredibly volatile, that you’re just as likely to lose your investment as you are to make any actual profit. A lot of people out there still have this outdated notion that trading crypto is a somehow shady activity, something that […] The post Here’s How You Can Trade Crypto With Minimal Risk appeared first on Deadline News.

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  • Musselburgh Preview – Bodyline seeks to clean out rivals

    Musselburgh Racecourse stages a competitive seven-race card on Friday afternoon in a twilight fixture at the track. The action gets underway at 2.00pm and finishes at 5.25pm. We have previewed the action with our race by race guide so read on for our Musselburgh selections provided by OLBG 2.00pm Handicap (1m) An interesting opener. Miss Roulette […] The post Musselburgh Preview – Bodyline seeks to clean out rivals appeared first on Deadline News.

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  • How are Online Classes Better than Traditional Classroom?

    In the online world today, online teaching has become a trend. But in real terms, virtual platforms could is far better than offline classrooms. Online classes removed many hindrances. Additionally, there are many other benefits available in virtual classrooms which could never exist in the real world. Moreover, virtual platforms have helped students and teachers […] The post How are Online Classes Better than Traditional Classroom? appeared first on Deadline News.

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  • Police appealing for information after Edinburgh Hit and run

    Police are appealing for information after a 58-year-old male cyclist was knocked from his bike by a vehicle that failed to stop on Mansfield Place, Edinburgh, on Wednesday, 4 August, 2021. The incident happened about 7.30 am. The cyclist was taken by ambulance to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh where he remains for treatment. His […] The post Police appealing for information after Edinburgh Hit and run appeared first on Deadline News.

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  • 12 week long public consultation on £5m Islands Bond announced

    A NEW 12 week consultation seeking the views of people from across Scotland has been announced after a new Islands Bond proposal. The bond aims to tackle population decline across the Scottish islands and people will be offered up to £50,000 to encourage people to stay or move to the islands. The bond will be […] The post 12 week long public consultation on £5m Islands Bond announced appeared first on Deadline News.

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  • The ISP versus political reality

    By Russell Bruce Those pushing the idea that the ISP can make a breakthrough on the list vote do so despite no indication the ISP can achieve a vote share that would give them any MSPs in May, just 11 weeks away. An ISP supporter kindly pointed me to the ISPs detailed calculations by which […] The post The ISP versus political reality appeared first on Newsnet.scot.

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  • Talking tax and civilisation

    Peter Brown argues that tax, invested well, is part of what being a civilised nation is and offers two ideas on radically simplifying taxation as a part of what we hope will be an ongoing contribution to how taxation policy is likely to be very different in an independent Scotland. By Peter Brown It’s not […] The post Talking tax and civilisation appeared first on Newsnet.scot.

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  • Independence or bust?

    Westminster may have squandered power and significant influence on the global scene but divide and conquer remains the establishment’s strategy to keep Scotland in its place. The post Independence or bust? appeared first on Newsnet.scot.

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  • Boris Johnson: the PM who set England free?

    By Molly Pollock Well, it’s been quite a week. Against all lockdown advice Boris Johnson decided he knew best and flew in to Glasgow airport to lecture the Scots on being good little Unionists. Not that it worked as people in their droves took to social media to rant about him defying the stay at […] The post Boris Johnson: the PM who set England free? appeared first on Newsnet.scot.

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  • Covid: a 4 nation comparison

    By Russell Bruce With Tory politicians determined to undermine Nicola Sturgeon and her health team on Scotland’s response to the Covid19 pandemic we thought a statistical comparison of actual trends would provide some real clarity. Holding the SNP government to account is a legitimate function of opposition parties but are the attacks from Johnson’s men […] The post Covid: a 4 nation comparison appeared first on Newsnet.scot.

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  • Now we know – Brexit means Chaos

    By Russell Bruce No fish and dead fish After four and and half years of political posturing and ignoring economic consequences the UK finally got a deal with hours to spare. That the Westminster parliament agreed to endorse it without proper scrutiny in a debate of a few hours spoke volumes for the Johnson government’s […] The post Now we know – Brexit means Chaos appeared first on Newsnet.scot.

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  • And it’s goodbye from them…

    By Newsroom and it’s hello to them And amongst all the ceremony, singers, former Presidents, new President and Vice President, miltary, elected representatives and clergy was twenty two year old Amanda Gorman, the youngest poet ever to perform at a presidential inauguration. Her poem was titled The Hill We Climb. The new dawn blooms as […] The post And it’s goodbye from them… appeared first on Newsnet.scot.

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  • The race to save lives in Scotland

    First Minister Nicola Sturgeon recently said in Holyrood and in interviews that the rollout of the vaccines, initially one, then two and now three, was a race – a race against getting as many at risk and vulnerable people as possible vaccinated against the existing and new, vastly more infectious variant of the Covid19 virus. […] The post The race to save lives in Scotland appeared first on Newsnet.scot.

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  • What is the point of Labour?

    The leader of the UK Labour Party caused a bit of a stushie yesterday in Scotland with his comments on the Marr show and in the print media, his comments seen as a further indication that Labour is merely limping along on the coat-tails of the Tories, offering no effective opposition at Westminster to a […] The post What is the point of Labour? appeared first on Newsnet.scot.

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  • Well here’s another nice mess ou’ve gotten America into

    By Russell Bruce With apologies to Oliver Hardy for borrowing his catch phrase used in 17 films between 1931 and 1951. Hardy was born in Georgia which has been in the news recently in providing Biden with 2 Senators to take control of the Senate following Trump’s endless rants and persecution of Republican elected politicians […] The post Well here’s another nice mess ou’ve gotten America into appeared first on Newsnet.scot.

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