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: THE toy industry has set out its predictions for toy trends in 2017 and they show parents are trying to coax their children away from screens and back to traditional play.
: TAKING Northern Ireland out of the EU will "destroy" the Good Friday peace deal Gerry Adams claims.
: BBC Northampton said its Twitter account had been hacked after it unexpectedly announced: "Breaking News: President Trump is injured in arm by gunfire...
: Adama Barrow told The Associated Press in an interview on Saturday that he will enter Gambia once a security sweep has been completed.
: RANGERS came from behind to book their place in the fifth round of the Scottish Cup with a 2-1 win over Motherwell at Ibrox.
: White nationalist Richard Spencer, whose appearances have sparked controversy and protests, was twice punched by a masked protester in Washington...
: He claimed fundamental human rights enshrined in the 1998 accord to end violence could be undermined. The top legal adviser to Stormont ministers has said...
: At least 2000 people, mainly women, have gathered outside the American consulate in the capital to object to the alleged sexism, homophobia and...
: The 72-year-old former footballer’s Lisini Pub group operates Angels Hotel and the Castle Rooms in Uddingston, Dalziel Park in Motherwell, the Parkville Hotel in Blantyre.
: Lady Scott deferred sentence on the first offender for the preparation of a background report and allowed him to remain on bail.
: Thirty-nine people survived, though some were seriously injured.
: Had things worked out differently, Chris Hoy could have been Scotland’s Steve Redgrave.
: JONATHAN BROWN returns to Tynecastle today knowing no matter what happens to his Bonnyrigg team that nothing will trump the...
: What is the difference between relegation and liquidation? The answer just so happens to be worth £250,000.
: SCOTLAND’S lucrative ski season has had a disastrous start with a severe lack of snow keeping all of the resorts closed for most of the month.
: ONE of Scotland’s richest men has blamed financial regulators for the demise of Britain’s last independent savings bank and warned of further closures to come in...
: MOUNTAINEERS have called on planners to reject a bid to site a phone mast in the glen used in the James Bond film Skyfall.
: MOST of Scotland’s leading contemporary artists have passed through the doors of the Glasgow School of Art’s main campuses in the city centre over the years.
: AN island home said to have inspired JRR Tolkien to write the Lord of the Rings trilogy is on sale for just £230,000.
: A MOTHER has been banned from driving for 12 months after she was found driving an imaginary car.
: ONE OF the most indolent and predictable themes that emerged in the course of the first independence referendum was planted by the Better Together side and then...
: THE operators of Scotland's railway network will appointment a new chief within days following the announcement beleaguered boss Phil Verster was to quit the operation.
: RIGHT now Rachel Weisz is in New York where she lives but she’s thinking of Edinburgh. Out of her window she can see the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges. If she turns...
: POLICE Scotland are investigating 130 reports of child sexual abuse in football while admitting it is difficult to estimate the size...
: A CHOIR at Donald Trump’s inauguration as US president were draped in tartan scarves – and created an online row over their use.
: So begins the Age of Trump, where opposites repel, verbal war disturbs the peace, and the only certainty is uncertainty.
: I WAS 12 when the genocide in Rwanda began. Up to a million people were killed in 100 days between April and June 1994. My mother, brother, aunts, uncles and cousins died. I lost more ...
: Tennis player, stand-up comic, after-dinner speaker; Dan Evans can do the lot.
: THE question was posed to Andy Murray half in jest, but after the events of the first five days here at the Australian Open, perhaps he needs to start...
: FOOTBALL is all sport has ever been for me. As a player, a spectator, even as a reporter.
: UK retail sales volumes dropped by 1.9 per cent month-on-month in the key trading month of December, the sharpest drop since April 2012, seasonally-adjusted official figures have revealed, raising...
: THE last time I made an American road trip, the 42nd President Bill Clinton was in the White House. Aids victims could be seen begging and dying under the neon...
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