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The 20 cheapest destinations for a long-haul holiday (once you get there)

Tokyo has been named the best value destination for travel-lovers looking for a far-flung destination that won’t break the bank once they’re there.

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Joe McElderry in Joseph & His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat

Review: Joseph & His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat

For a show that started out as a school production, Joseph has demonstrated remarkable longevity.

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L-R- Elaine Wyllie founder of daily mile, Chief med officer Dr Catherine Calderwood, Keith anderson CEO Scottish Power,
Aileen Campbell health minister, Aiden Cassidy, Rachel Short and Saul Dougherty.

Workplaces encouraged to sign up to Daily Mile initiative

Scotland is taking another step towards becoming the world’s first Daily Mile Nation – as workplaces are encouraged to sign up.

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This pound coin is the rarest in circulation according to Change Checker.

REVEALED: The rarest £1 coin you must NOT cash in

The value of the rarest £1 coin is set to soar when it is taken out of circulation next month.

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New TV game show looking for the country’s worst singers

New TV game show looking for the country’s worst singers

A new television game show is aiming to find the country’s worst singers - and giving them the chance to win a major cash prize.

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The full list of Ryanair cancellations and what to do if you’re affected

Ryanair have now revealed the full list of cancelled flights for the next six weeks.

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Marc celebrates the end of his trip in Paris.

Mark Beaumont cycles around the world in less than 80 days

Ultra-endurance athlete Mark Beaumont has set a new Guinness World Records title, taking one third off the current record (123 days) for the fastest circumnavigation by bicycle, completing the 80-day challenge ahead of schedule on the Artemis World Cycle.

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Lesley Kelly, The Health Of Strangers

Book review: Lesley Kelly – The Health Of Strangers

Lesley Kelly: The Health Of Strangers

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The Dry, Jane Harper

Book review: Jane Harper – The Dry

Jane Harper: The Dry

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89% of Scots pay for items they don’t even use on holiday

89% of Scots pay for items they don’t even use on holiday

With many holiday-goers making the most of September travel deals, new research into packing habits has revealed Scots are officially a country of over-packers, with money being wasted on items that they aren’t even using.

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The Humanist Society Scotland is questioning how official figures relating to religious adherence are recorded.

Questions raised over official figures on religion

The Humanist Society Scotland is questioning how people’s religious identity is recorded officially after a recent survey indicated that more than 70 per cent of Scots say they are not religious.

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Perfect Prey, Helen Fields

Book review: Helen Fields - Perfect Prey

Helen Fields brought a new cop on to the Edinburgh scene in her debut novel, Perfect Remains, and instantly, left you wanting to know more.

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Dog owners are being encouraged to treat their pets for this year's World Animal Day.

Treat your dog to the best on World Animal Day

Dog owners are being urged to pamper their pooches as part of World Animal Day, which will take place at the start of next month.

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Five British public safety videos which scarred us as children

Five British public safety videos which scarred us as children

In these days of the internet, child safety is more of a concern for parents everywhere.

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The Springsteen Sessions (Pic: George Robertson)

Springsteen Sessions return to Fife

The Springsteen Sessions are heading back to Fife.

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Jai McDowall, Mad About Musicals

West End music comes to Rothes Halls

The sounds of the West End are coming to Fife.

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New performing arts centre unveiled by Alhambra Theatre, Dunfermline

Plans unveiled to create Fife’s newest performing arts centre

Fife’s biggest theatre has announced plans to expand, and open a new performing arts centre.

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The winners at the the first ever Scottish Gin Awards.

Awards raise a glass to the best of Scottish gin producers

The winners in the first ever Scottish Gin Awards were revealed last night at a near sell-out event held in Glasgow last night.

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Pictured (from left) are: Alex Rowley, Patrick Harvie, Nicola Sturgeon, Ruth Davidson and Willie Rennie.

Party leaders rally round to support cancer charity

Party leaders from across Scotland’s political spectrum are in the pink to support women with breast cancer and to encourage the public to back a major campaign.

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The King's Speech gets a red carpet screening

Carnegie Hall celebrates 80 years

It’s a big year for the Carnegie Hall in Dunfermline.

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