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Dundee student accuses classmate of 'cyberstalking' as university launches probe

Horrified Chloe Cowan only recently discovered that fellow undergraduate, Honey Basra, has allegedly been mirroring her lifestyle to the tiniest detail for two years.

Police release CCTV images in hunt for missing Aberdeen teen Liam Smith

Liam Smith, 16, was last spotted boarding a bus to Deeside on Saturday afternoon from Aberdeen's Union Square.

Buckfast Christmas truck sends Scots into meltdown

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Bucky fans have created a Christmas truck tour to rival Coca-Cola - but sadly it’s not actually real.

Black cab rapist John Worboys to STAY in jail after Parole Board review

A decision to release the sex predator has been reversed after sparking outrage over his 19 convictions including rape and sexual assault.

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Paul Gascoigne 'crying his eyes out' as he denies sex assault saying he 'pecked' girl on train

The 51-year-old has taken to Twitter to denied the allegations against him.

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Desperately ill Scot stuck on holiday hospital bed after being struck down by cancer dies

Jon Paul McAllister was on holiday in the Indian Ocean when his cancer got worse.

Bizarre footage shows semi-naked woman prancing around graves in Dundee cemetery

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The woman, dressed in a bra and black trousers, startled onlookers.

Who are Scotland likely to face in the Nations League play-off (if we get there)?

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We look at the state of play across League C with Scotland needing a win over Israel to progress.

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Blackpool Victoria Hospital worker arrested on suspicion of 'poisoning patients'

Lancashire Police are investigating allegations of mistreatment and neglect by a healthcare professional working on the stroke unit in November 2018

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Girl, 11, found hanged had asked mum for glass to be removed from her room

Heartbroken mum Kathleen Pelaez is telling her daughter Nelly's story in the hope of raising awareness of childhood depression

The Premiership profit table as Rangers sit adrift at bottom after huge loss

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Celtic are well out in front after posting a profit of £15.4m after tax - the Hoops are one of eight sides to post a profit.

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Boy, 10, smeared in fox faeces and forced out of Scots school by heartless bullies

A Renfrew dad claims teachers have failed to do anything about the brutal campaign by school bullies.

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What to expect at Celtic AGM as Brendan Rodgers and Peter Lawwell address the fans

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It's that time of year again but what is likely to be on the agenda for Wednesday's meeting at Parkhead?

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The SFA penny pinching that appalled Scotland players and club bosses - Keith Jackson

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Boss Alex McLeish pulled a timely win out of the hat on Saturday but there are still issues surrounding the national team.

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Baby with allergies so severe he can't eat forced to wait SEVEN MONTHS for NHS

A mum has been forced to pay for baby Sebastian's treatment for allergies so serious he sometimes passes blood during bad reactions.

Baby banks are booming as cruel Tory cuts force Scots families to rely on handouts

Alarming numbers of desperate families are needing handouts, including nappies, prams and clothes, following years of austerity.

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Breast cancer survivor forced to fork out £16k after 'botched' NHS op left lumpy chest

WARNING: DISTRESSING IMAGES - Kathleen Ellis was devastated with the results of her mastectomy after being diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer in 2016.

Tay Road Bridge closed as police deal with 'ongoing incident' in Dundee

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The official Twitter account for the busy crossing revealed both carriageways had been shut around 10.35pm on Sunday November 18.

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Britain's 'filthiest' takeaway shut after repulsed inspectors uncover disgusting mess

The Village Food Court in east London was so manky it even had mouse droppings on the first aid box, while dead pests littered the premises.

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Fire on St Vincent Street in Glasgow after 'massive bang' heard

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Fire crews confirmed they were in attendance at the scene on St Vincent Street around 8.30pm on Sunday November 18.

Sunday, Nov 18

Pro-IRA graffiti spray-painted on Coatbridge war memorial and church sparks outrage

Vandals targeted the cenotaph and church with republican messages in the North Lanarkshire town just a week after remembrance day.

Shawlands pub violence sparks chaos ten days after Owen Hassan murder

A teenager was left injured in hospital after two separate police incidents at two pubs in Glasgow's Kilmarnock Road.

Polmont mum 'paid £15k hush money' breaks silence over jail death 'cover-up'

Craig Clifton, 19, spent three days in a cell suffering from diabetic seizures before dying shortly after being rushed to hospital.

Polmont failings and claims of 'hush money' revealed by families of tragic teens

We have traced relatives of victims dating back to 2005 who have shared their heartbreaking stories for the first time.

Saturday, Nov 17

Tributes as horror Kirkcaldy crash claims life of second teen Connor Aird

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The victim, named locally as Connor Aird, died in hospital days after a smash near Kirkcaldy in Fife which also killed his pal Ethan King.

Toddler 'cage bed' death: CCTV of Ellie-May Minshull Coyle day before she died

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The clip shows the 19-month-old girl with a man who tugs on her child harness, making her fall over

Livingston house fire leaves one person dead as police launch probe

Fire crews remain at the scene in Graham Way in the Knightsridge area of the town after the alarm was raised at around 4am.

Madam Moneybags brothel boss who ran sordid £1m Edinburgh empire losses conviction appeal

Margaret Paterson has failed in her bid to quash a conviction which saw her jailed for five years in 2013.

Friday, Nov 16

Cruel couple jailed over death of toddler tied face-down in 'cage bed'

Lauren Coyle and Reece Hitchcott were found guilty of causing or allowing the death little Ellie-May Minshull Coyle.

Rangers chairman Dave King ordered to pay costs after failing to stop contempt of court action

The financial watchdog believes King deliberately flouted a December 2017 judgement which required him to make an £11 million offer to buy up remaining shares in Rangers.

Chilling footage shows woman slashed in bum by mystery thug in random street attack

Knife creep casually sliced the victim's bottom as he strolled past her while she searched for something in her bag.

Twisted ghoul trolled grieving families on Facebook with sick posts on tribute pages to lost loved ones

Paul Hind has been jailed for 14 months after targeting a number of bereaved families online.

Thursday, Nov 15

Pregnant mum-of-seven hits back at critics after she demanded bigger council house

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Alana Burns, 38, is expecting twins in March and says her flat above a pub in West Lothian is not suitable for her children.

Hearts fans wear Tommy Robinson masks and chant EDL founder's name in viral video

The far-right activist responded to the viral video and vowed to head north to meet with the supporters at a Hearts game.

Family of tragic Scots teen who hung herself in prison say jail staff should have been aware of mental health issues

Dionne Kennedy, 19, was found dead at Cornton Vale Prison after appearing in court accused of threatening and abusive behaviour.

Heartbreaking audio of murder victim Owen Hassan's toddler son saying 'Mummy, I need to go and get daddy up in the sky'

Courtney Thomson wants the people responsible for Owen's death to realise the pain they have caused.

Wednesday, Nov 14

Slave trade gang forced Latvian victims to hand over wages after being lured to Scotland

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Hardijs Langsteins, 37, Maris Kursis, 30, Aivars Dzagarjan, 28 and Arvids Civkors, 30, were all found guilty of human trafficking.

Heartbroken mum shares pictures of battered son after 'school bullies made her happy boy suicidal'

Lisa Gibb, from Aberdeen, revealed her teenage son Struan doesn't want to leave the house in fear of being attacked by bullies.

Glasgow mum got hooked on heroin aged 12 but is now desperate to reconcile with her children

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Sharon Neill once tried to kill herself - but help from a charity has helped her beat drugs and control her demons.

SNP told about Alex Salmond alleged sexual misconduct by Edinburgh Airport chief in 2008

The SNP, the Scottish Government and First Minister Nicola Sturgeon have all insisted they had no knowledge of claims of sexual misconduct against Salmond until earlier this year.