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Europe · London
Ian Blackford to stand down as SNP leader at Westminster
Ian Blackford is to stand down as leader of the SNP group at Westminster, it has been confirmed.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 22 sources
Alison Thewliss and Stephen Flynn vie for SNP leader’s job at Westminster
Alison Thewliss has announced she will throw her hat into the ring. She said she would be a "clear contrast" to Keir Starmer and Rishi Sunak. News comes after Ian Blackford announced he would not be restarting as Westminster leader at the party's AGM next week.See the Story
60% Left coverage: 5 sources
5 fun things to do in Mass. this weekend
Lake Worth Beach Bonfire features live music by Indigo Dreamers. Explore the Norton Museum of Art's collection with docent-led tours. The Friends of the North Palm Beach Library annual bake sale and gift boutique. Learn some birding identification tips as you act as a 'citizen scientist'See the Story
80% Center coverage: 5 sources
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Scotland, United Kingdom · Scotland
Thieves make off with 700 litres of fuel from Lochaber hotel oil tank forcing it to close
Police are urging residents and visitors to be vigilant after 700 litres of fuel was stolen from a remote Lochaber hotel.See the Story
Cove Rangers can compete with Championship's best, says Jack Sanders
Cove Rangers are currently eighth in the Scottish Championship. Jack Sanders believes his side have shown they can compete with the best teams. But they have been undone by a number of late errors. Cove are without a game this week, having been knocked out of the Challenge Cup. They will be back in action against Dundee on December 17.See the Story
'I'll have stories for the pub until the day I die': RGU students reflect on University Challenge success
Robert Gordon University beat Roehampton University by 210 points to 90. It was RGU’s first appearance on University Challenge since 1994. Emily Cullen captained the team, which was also made up by Donald Anderson, Faye Cooke and Samuel Fregene. The episode was aired on the BBC last week.See the Story
Europe · Aberdeenshire
The Aberdeenshire care home worker older than some residents
Liz Thomson is based at Balhousie Care Home in Huntly, Aberdeenshire. She is believed to be one of Scotland's oldest care home workers. The 81-year-old tried giving up work 20 years ago after nearly five decades of working in retail and running a hotel and B&B.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
5 reasons to join Albyn School
Albyn School in Aberdeen has been teaching, developing and inspiring young people since 1867. Mission is to build academic excellence, engender community spirit and help develop pupils’ social conscience. Pupils are encouraged to explore the many different co-curricular activities on offer and unlock their hidden talents.See the Story
Sex offender befriended mum at foodbank and posed for selfie with her 11-year-old daughter
A sex offender breached a court order when he befriended a mum at a foodbank and posed for a selfie with her 11-year-old daughter.See the Story
Aberdeen wargamers win trophy for re-enacting historic north-east battle
Aberdeen Wargames Club won two trophies at the Targe wargames festival in Kirriemuir last month. Members of the public could re-enact the battle at the event, with it being re-fought three times throughout the day. Club took home the Best Scottish Game and Best in Show trophies.See the Story
Aberdeen residents living in fear as needles and human waste strewn across building stairwell
Residents living in 109 Gerrard Street are scared to leave their homes. Concerns have been raised about groups of up to 10 people regularly gathering in the stairwell of a property on Gerrard Street. One resident said: “I see people using drugs and needles all over the place on a daily basis”See the Story