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The Force Is With Karpyshyn Once Again

November 22, 2011

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By Lewis Campbell I’ve got a good feeing about this. The wait is over, Revan has returned. Star Wars novels have massively increased in popularity and sales over the past decade, even making it onto bestseller lists in America and the UK. Few fans will have anticipated any such novel as much as Revan though, […]

Andy Murray – World Tour Finals

November 17, 2011

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By Martin Owens The ATP World Tour Finals, tennis’ fifth biggest event, is only 3 days away and it could not be arriving at a better time for Britain’s number one, Andy Murray. After enjoying his most successful year to date on the ATP tour – one grand slam final, three semi-finals, two ATP 1000 […]

“The hottest thing to come out of Scotland since Deep Fried Mars Bars.”

November 17, 2011

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By Lacey Dolan Dundonian designer Hayley Scanlan is one of THE hottest things to come out of Scotland since deep fried Mars Bars. Hayley, a gifted designer with an incredible amount of creative ability, graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design in 2009 after completing an internship with I-D magazine. She has […]

Superstar to Super-Injunction

November 10, 2011

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By David Wren In the midst of the Mike Tindall scandal, we take a closer look at leading figures from the world of sport that have cheated on their significant others. John Terry and David Beckham. These men have two things in common. The first being that they are two of the most inspirational players […]

Xbox Steal From Thousands

November 10, 2011

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By Jason Noonan Signed up for Xbox Live? You may as well cancel your subscription right now because they are happily taking money from subscribers’ accounts for nothing. Not only that, they’re boldly refusing to pay it back until a month later.  I’m not the only person who this has happened to. So far 43,000 […]

Thirteen Not Unlucky for Megadeth

November 10, 2011

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by Sam Stowe  Thirteen albums into their storied career, heavy metal legends Megadeth have struck gold once again. Opening with the thunderous Sudden Death, loaded with pounding drums and virtuoso guitars, Dave Mustaine, the creative force and main songwriter of the band, once again displays how his band have earner their legendary status.  Compared to […]

Chasing The Dream

November 10, 2011

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By David Marshall Craig Marshall is a sixteen year-old Pro-youth footballer who is on the cusp of fulfilling his dream. After making his first team debut for Morton, he reflects on how far he has travelled and how far he has to go. It could be overwhelming for a boy so young to take such […]