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Vicky Thornley goes it alone in search of Tokyo Olympics gold

Vicky Thornley goes it alone in search of Tokyo Olympics gold

The 29-year-old won double sculls silver with Dame Katherine Grainger but believes she is capable of better at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

12:33pm Wednesday 24 May 2017

Ukip to launch manifesto as leader says democratic process must continue

Ukip to launch manifesto as leader says democratic process must continue

Mr Nuttall has become the first leader of a major party to say that campaigning will be restarted.

12:33pm Wednesday 24 May 2017

One-minute silence expected ahead of Monaco Grand Prix

One-minute silence expected ahead of Monaco Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button will be among the 20 drivers to line up at the front of the grid before Sunday’s race to pay their respects.

12:23pm Wednesday 24 May 2017

Italy coast guard says at least 20 dead in migrant capsizing

Italy coast guard says at least 20 dead in migrant capsizing

The incident was one of 15 rescue operations over the past day that have saved some 1,700 people.

12:23pm Wednesday 24 May 2017

Celebrate the Bank Holiday at Lomond Shores

Breast Way Round participants roar in at last year's event

SHOPPERS and parents with children are being invited to celebrate the Bank Holiday Weekend at Loch Lomond Shores.

12:22pm Wednesday 24 May 2017

Police found cannabis plants in Balloch man's home

Cannabis plant leaf

POLICE who were concerned about a man's wellbeing found cannabis plants when they went looking for him at his home address.

12:20pm Wednesday 24 May 2017

Concerns raised over the number of single crew paramedics

Dumbarton MSP  Jackie Baillie is concerned about the figures

NEW figures have shown that single-staffing of ambulances in Dumbarton, Vale of Leven and Helensburgh has continued- despite a commitment from the Scottish government to ‘eliminate’ the practice nine years ago.

12:19pm Wednesday 24 May 2017

Shopkeeper threatened with knife in daylight robbery

Shopkeeper threatened with knife in daylight robbery

A SHOPKEEPER was left 'badly shaken' after he was threatened with a knife in a daylight robbery in Paisley.

12:19pm Wednesday 24 May 2017

Millennials can’t buy houses – but are the avocados to blame?

Nicola Brown

The enduring appeal of the avocado among young people has not gone unnoticed.

12:14pm Wednesday 24 May 2017

Police arrest ‘man with knife’ in vicinity of Buckingham Palace

Police arrest ‘man with knife’ in vicinity of Buckingham Palace

A spokeswoman for the Metropolitan Police said the incident is not believed to be terror-related.

12:13pm Wednesday 24 May 2017
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