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 2018-11-16 06:06 

Press Journal

Brewdog to open third Aberdeen bar...
 2018-11-16 06:06 

Euronews

Homeless man and couple made up GoFundMe story, complaint says...

Couple Mark D'Amico and Kate McClure and Johnny Bobbitt Jr. are expected to face charges that include conspiracy and theft by deception....

 2018-11-16 06:05 

The Guardian

Dear restaurants, stop with the 'dishes designed to share'. Give me my own meal...

To out yourself as a non-sharer at a Melbourne communal dining table is like saying you hate gin distilleries...

 2018-11-16 06:05 

Edinburgh Evening News

Edinburgh man, 27, loses passport on leaving night out before big move to Australia...

WE'VE all been there. Waking up after a night on the tiles to find one of our possessions has disappeared into the night forever....

 2018-11-16 06:04 

Radio Free Europe/Liberty

Germany Calls On Kyiv To Remove 'Enemy Of The State' List After Schroeder Listed...

Germany is calling on Ukraine to remove a controversial website that lists what it calls "enemies of the state" after Berlin's former Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder appeared on the list....

 2018-11-16 06:04 

Digital Spy

SJ Parker says Sex and the City was "very suffocating"...

Sarah Jessica Parker doesn't look back entirely fondly on Sex and the City, calling the all-consuming popularity of the series "very suffocating"....

 2018-11-16 06:03 

Deutsche Welle

Mexico rules military fight against cartels is unlawful...

Mexico's top court has struck down a law that formalized the decade-old domestic deployment of the military. The miliary are widely seen as the only trustful agency capable of fighting against powerful drug cartels....

 2018-11-16 06:01 

Edinburgh Evening News

'Edinburgh's worst chippy' undergoes major refurbishment...

IT WAS once labelled as "The Room of takeaways" with the standard of food described as being from a "North Korean labour camp"....

 2018-11-16 06:01 

The Guardian

Treating cancer: what role could our diet play? - Science Weekly podcast...

Food is an essential part of everyones life but how does what we eat affect our health?...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Guardian

What the midterms can teach the Democrats about winning in 2020...

Results have showed the midterm elections were better for Democrats than they initially seemed. But what are the real lessons to be taken from 2018?...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Guardian

Tom Gauld on the Game of Thrones: Big Book of Fun cartoon...

To mark the release of George RR Martin's Fire and Blood on 20 November, the illustrator imagines what his rather violent puzzle book might look like...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Guardian

Hell Fest review tame fairground horror is taking us for a ride...

A masked killer stalks teenagers through malevolent mazes and ghoulish ghost trains but this is a tame Halloween outing...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Guardian

Mumford & Sons on Jordan Peterson, the Grenfell tragedy and being hated...

They're a band that the British public love to sneer at, but they say it has long stopped bothering them. And, anyway, they have bigger fish to fry...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Guardian

Friday's best TV: Reggae Fever: David Rodigan; Children in Need 2018...

A film about the German-born English DJ, celebrated for his championing of Jamaican music, and social change in the UK...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Guardian

2 Dope Queens bows out in style podcasts of the week...

Michelle Obama is the guest for the final every episode of Phoebe Robinson and Jessica Williams's comedy series, while we round up the best Brexit pods...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Guardian

Macbeth review real-life husband and wife make a dynamic duo...

Paul Ready and Michelle Terry work brilliantly to create a central relationship that feels intimate and believable...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Guardian

UK must commit to ban on preventive use of antibiotics in animals...

Letter: The government must place public health at the heart of its farm antibiotic policies, say representatives of medical royal colleges and others...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Guardian

UK medics call for government ban to cut antibiotic resistance...

Exclusive: failure to enforce ban on preventive use on farms would 'pose risk to human health'...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Guardian

Ireland to remain open door to UK for EU citizens post-Brexit...

Withdrawal deal says UK will respect Irish EU membership and keep common travel area...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Guardian

The paranoid fantasy behind Brexit...

The long read: In the dark imagination of English reactionaries, Britain is always a defeated nation and the EU is the imaginary invader...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Guardian

'It's torture': critics step up bid to stop US school using electric shocks on children...

The Judge Rotenberg Center has been shocking many of its young people with special needs to control their behavior. Now opponents are demanding action to end 'state-sanctioned child abuse'...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Guardian

Narcos: Mexico review Netflix's druglord saga sticks to its winning formula...

Amid the hilarious quadruple-crossings and countless drugs busts, we meet the Dumb & Dumber of the narcotics trade...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Guardian

Inside the New York bar where you can throw axes on the first date...

Axe-throwing has built such a crowd of enthusiasts as to spawn several bars and place the world championship contest in Chicago...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Guardian

The British state has given up on the children who need it most...

Austerity is undermining the fabric of society, says Guardian columnist Gary Younge...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Guardian

Energy company takes stance against Trump effort to rollback mercury rule...

Multi-billion dollar nuclear energy company Exelon argues that weakening the rule would kill jobs and waste billions in investments...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Sun

Templegate's horse racing tips: The November Meeting on ITV Top betting preview for TODAY'S ITV racing...

JOSIES ORDERS should tame the Tiger in the Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase. Tiger Roll has his first run since landing the Grand National but top weight could be enough to anchor Gordon Ellliott's ace. PA:Press Association 1.50 Hold your Breath for th...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

TechRadar

Amazon has reduced these Philips 4K LED TVs for one day only...

This could be one of the few times it's not better to wait for Black Friday....

 2018-11-16 06:00 

Press Journal

Aberdeen police make changes after commissioner warns officers could have breached human rights...
 2018-11-16 06:00 

Help Net Security

Online shoppers continue to engage in risky behavior...

Findings from a new McAfee survey reveal the risky habits of online shoppers, including using unsecured Wi-Fi for online shopping and purchasing items from online retailers they are not fully confident are genuine (51 percent). This highlights the need fo...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Scotsman

Pauline Aylesbury: Star performers deserve reward for excellence in their professional life...

The Marketing Society has a vision to build a vibrant marketing community in Scotland, renowned for enlightened thinking, innovation and creativity.Our Star Awards have an important role to play in this....

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Scotsman

Martin Armstrong: Benefits change is universally unfair to those who struggle...

Universal Credit (UC) was introduced to replace six means-tested benefits and tax credits. It was the single biggest overhaul of the welfare system in living memory and was billed as an empowering, streamlined revamp that would make work pay....

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Sun

Sir Cliff Richard, 78, tells Jonathan Ross how he wept as BBC broadcast live 'sex abuse' raid on his home...

SIR Cliff Richard has opened up on the "horrific" emotional aftermath of a highly publicised police raid on his home. Speaking on The Jonathan Ross Show, the pop star said the BBC's coverage of claims of historical sexual assault left him emot...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Sun

'Grub' John Bateman aims for the top Down Under after NRL switch...

JOHN Bateman is ready to bring his 'grubby' skills to Australia's NRL and he is hell bent on reaching the very top. The England man heads out to Canberra Raiders on January 4 after moving from Wigan, where he will be joined by countrymen Ellio...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

Edinburgh Evening News

Susan Morrison: Just strap me down on a table and call me Bond...

Back in the days when James Bond had the correct accent, there was nearly always a moment when some saucy lady drugged our hero, who later awoke attached to some fiendish machine....

 2018-11-16 06:00 

Edinburgh Evening News

Cool solution to the worry of cancer patients' hair loss...

FOR many people undergoing certain types of cancer treatment, losing their hair due to life-saving chemotherapy is one of the harshest blows....

 2018-11-16 06:00 

Edinburgh Evening News

Hayley Matthews: A bit more milk of human kindness for NHS please...

I've written about my love of the NHS before and I'll say it again: we need to appreciate and cherish this incredible service....

 2018-11-16 06:00 

Irish Independent

John Joyce: Late housing date bodes well for our winter fodder outlook...

We have approximately half of the cattle indoors at this stage, with the remaining being housed as they start running out of grass....

 2018-11-16 06:00 

Irish Independent

Real Health Podcast: Luke O'Neill and the science behind happiness, laughter and long lives...

It's Science Week and so the Real Health podcast wanted to get the answers to life, death, health and happiness and everything in between!...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

Irish Independent

Shortage of UK Government vets risks delays to shipments of animals and meat at border...

A lack of UK Government vets risks exports animals and animal products being delayed at the UK border in a no-deal Brexit scenario, according to the UK Parliament's own Public Accounts...

 2018-11-16 06:00 

Euronews

Number of missing doubles in Northern California's Camp Fire...

The number of missing people continues to skyrocket, rising from 297 to 631 on Thursday night....

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Scotsman

No-deal Brexit must be prevented by all sensible MPs leader comment...

The UK has three choices: May's deal, remaining in the EU, or a no-deal Brexit. The last choice is unacceptable and must be prevented by all sensible MPs with the national interest at heart....

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Scotsman

Former police officer jailed for abusing boys over 40 years ago...

Two men who were sexually abused by a former police officer more than 40 years ago have spoken out after their abuser was jailed for four and a half years....

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Scotsman

'Bloody Friday' 82 days after the Armistice remembered...

A major exhibition opening today details how soldiers and tanks were deployed against strikers in Glasgow's George Square in 1919 as union officials argued for a shorter working week to help unemployed returning servicemen....

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Scotsman

The men who gave us Brexit will never pay its price Joyce McMillan...

Wealthy men are playing with the lives of 60 million people as if Brexit were a game of chess, writes Joyce McMillan....

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Scotsman

Big Yin quits touring as he unveils latest drawings...

Sir Billy Connolly has said he has given up touring and even further one-off stand-up appearances are now in doubt....

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Scotsman

'In our angry times, should we worry rage rooms are all the rage?'...

A place where you can smash up cars, TVs, your mobile phone, might sound appealing but is it really, wonders Jim Duffy....

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Scotsman

Teenager took her own life despite self-harm warning...

A teenager hanged herself while on remand after being locked up alone in a cell with a double bunk bed despite previous concerns about her self-harming, a court has been told....

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Scotsman

Glasgow unveils 200m vision of expansion for events campus...

Glasgow's waterfront event arena is set for a 200 million expansion in a bid to help the city step up competition with its global rivals for major conferences and exhibitions....

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Telegraph

Elderly are being 'taken for a ride' by care homes charging thousands in hidden fees, health minister warns...

Vulnerable elderly people are being "taken for a ride" by unscrupulous care homes charging them thousands of pounds extra in hidden fees, a health minister has warned....

 2018-11-16 06:00 

The Telegraph

Seven snacks to serve your party guests (and not a cocktail sausage in sight)...

We're finally approaching this year's eagerly awaited party season, and perhaps you've already signed up to host gatherings and dinner parties, or volunteered to bring a platter of nibbles to a friend's bash....

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