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2 Sep, 2018
Dani Garavelli: ‘What woman would put herself through this?’
In last week’s column, written shortly after news about the sexual assault allegations against Alex Salmond broke, I wrote that the way we responded to them would come to define us.
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Alex Salmond closes crowdfunder as it tops £100,000

Alex Salmond has closed his controversial crowd-funding campaign after it raised more than £100,000.


Chip shop chain launches ‘sausage eclair’ with curry sauce and cheese

First it was the deep fried pizza, then the infamous ‘crunchy box’, now one Glasgow-based chip shop chain has launched a ‘battered sausage eclair’ with curry sauce and cheese.


The legal eagles helping Scottish sports stars achieve excellence

Brodies steps up to the mark in supporting local tennis and swimming events


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Euan McColm: Party torn in two will defy laws of politics

In different times, it would be the sort of thing to bring a political party to its knees.


The Big Interview: serial entrepreneur Robin Knox

As co-founder of point of sale specialist IntelligentPos, Robin Knox is among the most high-profile names in Scotland’s effervescent tech scene. He’s also earning a reputation as a serial entrepreneur, driven by the thrill of the start-up stage in any enterprise.


Sport Update
Grange beat Ferguslie in Grand Final after John Blain masterclass

John Blain produced a seam bowling masterclass as Eastern Premier champions Grange won the Cricket Scotland Grand Final with an easy win over Ferguslie at Lochlands, Arbroath.


Steven Gerrard looking for cool heads at Parkhead

A couple of crunching tackles and an ignominious stamp and Steven Gerrard was off. It took just 38 seconds for emotions to get the better of the then Liverpool captain and as he headed up the Anfield tunnel he knew he had let his team-mates down against Manchester United.


Celtic 1 – 0 Rangers: Brendan Rodgers’ men continue Old Firm dominance

Celtic ended a turbulent week on a high point by defeating rivals Rangers in the Old Firm derby.


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Edinburgh book festival eyes new concert hall as it outgrows home turf

The Edinburgh International Book Festival is set to expand to the other end of the New Town, where organisers have ambitious plans to stage events in the city’s new £45 million concert hall.


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