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Europe · Edinburgh

Scottish police officers set to take action in pay dispute

34% Center coverage: 6 sources
Calum Steele, general secretary of the Scottish Police Federation, which represents officers, said the action will start at 5pm on Friday. The action means officers will not start their shifts early or take radio equipment home when their duty ends. The union's governing body, the Joint Central Committee (JCC), had previously rejected a derisory offer of a �564 pay increase. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has urged those involved to work together constructively.See the Story

The Sugababes are coming to Leeds- How to get tickets

Pop icon Lulu is bringing her new tour, For The Record, to Corby. As part of her first new tour in four years, she will perform at The Core at Corby Cube. The show will be a chance to get to know the star, who has entertained legions of fans across 60 glorious years.See the Story
Cumbernauld · Cumbernauld

OAP dies and two seriously hurt in Cumbernauld fire

Coverage: 2 sources
A 79-year-old woman died at the scene in Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire. Two men, aged 82 and 50, were taken to Glasgow Royal Infirmary with serious injuries. Police Scotland said: "Inquiries are ongoing to establish the full circumstances"See the Story
Glasgow, Scotland · Glasgow

Social care staff ‘anxious’ over National Care Service plan

Care boards would be set up to run social care services rather than local councils. Move would make Scottish Ministers directly responsible. Susanne Miller, Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership's chief officer, said concern among workers is 'inevitable' Scottish Labour has called the move a 'power grab' which 'threatens the very existence of local government'See the Story

Reports made about young children playing games on railway in Glasgow

Network Rail Scotland took to Twitter to issue the warning after reports of two young children playing games on a railway line in the east end of Glasgow. In October last year, police were scrambled to a Glasgow station amid reports of school kids crossing railway to get to class. ScotRail said they are aware of a number of people - including children - who were using the railway line as shortcut to avoid heavy flooding.See the Story
East Kilbride · East Kilbride

Trucker admits ramming HGV into partner's East Kilbride home

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Derek Wellington reversed twice into the house in East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire. The 34-year-old was on bail at the time after a previous incident where he attacked girlfriend Sara Cassidy at a hotel in Edinburgh. He was told to stay away from her after headbutting her and pinning her against a wall.See the Story
House Fire · Glasgow

Cumbernauld road shut down as emergency services race to battle house fire

Emergency services are at the scene of the incident on Clarkston Road. Police and ambulance crews were alerted to the incident at 4:35pm. Police Scotland confirmed that officers are in attendance alongside ambulance crews. READ: Red Hot Chili Peppers' Glasgow gig cancelled due to illness.See the Story

Ex-Olympian accuses SFA and SPFL of 'hiding behind FIFA' and calls for independent regulator of Scottish game

Brian Whittle is the proud grandfather of a boy involved in the youth set-up at one of Scotland’s leading football clubs. The former Olympic athlete has serious concerns about the commercialisation of youngsters within the Club Academy Scotland system. He is unhappy the elite CAS clubs - Aberdeen, Celtic, Dundee United, Hamilton Academical, Heart of Midlothian, Hibernian, Kilmarnock, Motherwell and Rangers – have decided to retain multi-year registrations for 15-year-olds. Youth football campaigners claim they breach United Nations human rights guidelines.See the Story

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