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11 Sep, 2018
999 crew took nearly four hours to attend injured woman in street
A stranded woman was showing signs of hypothermia after being left slumped on a city centre street in excruciating pain for three and a half hours waiting for an ambulance.
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Theatre preview: New play Scotties looks at the Kirkintilloch tragedy of 1937 through a 21st century lens

The death of ten Irish labourers burned to death in a locked bothy in Kirkintilloch in 1937 is revisited by Gaelic company Theatre Gu Leòr, writes Joyce McMillan


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