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What Now for Rangers?

February 16, 2012

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What Next for Rangers? As Rangers finally enter into Administration what does the future hold for one of Scotland’s oldest and biggest football clubs?   By David Marshall   A stunned silence fell over the football community in Britain when Rangers filed their intention to go into Administration on the 13th February 2012. The very […]

How to create a multi-billion dollar idea.

December 15, 2011

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It’s simple really. One idea. One thought. Invest. Reap the benefits. Repeat the process again if you wish…However, in all honestly, how does one manage to think of something, at the time useless and perhaps a bit of fun, that would turn into billions of dollars and become a powerhouse of a company. The prime […]

Good Tindings We Bring, To You And Your King

December 1, 2011

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By David Wren I love Christmas. Who doesn’t? Anybody who says that they “hate” Christmas is clearly lying- unless something traumatic happened to them over the festive period- because it is a time of gifts, food and family. I’m not the only Brit who is filled with festive cheer every year. It is thought around […]

Christmas: The Definitive Glesga Guide

December 1, 2011

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By Paul Smith It’s that time of year again for bright lights, tinsel and a peck underneath the mistletoe. The count down to Christmas is on and the festive sprit is spreading across towns and cities alike. ‘Glasgow Loves Christmas’ – well known for its festive glow – has begun preparations with the arrival of […]

Hang Up Your Hangover

December 1, 2011

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By Claire Porter With the festive season fast approaching everyone is looking for that miracle hangover cure. The question is how far would you go to get rid of that morning after feeling? It is a problem party people have faced for centuries: the hangover. The pounding headache and nausea that makes us question whether […]

Olympics Come To Shetland..Only The Torch, Though

December 1, 2011

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By Laura Kay Considering the Shetland Isles are host to Europe’s largest fire festival, the sight of someone carrying a torch around the Isles is not entirely unusual. However, on the 10th of June 2012, the torch visiting Shetland will be much less conventional than those usually paraded. Lerwick, the capital of the Isles, will […]

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 […]