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Study reveals the uni courses that’ll make you rich - and those that won’t

Studying medicine and dentistry will make you the richest after university with graduates earning an average of £46,700 according to new research from the Institute of Fiscal Studies.

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Donna gets award from SRU President Rob Flockhart

Lanark women's rugby ace Donna Kennedy put in Hall of Fame

Lanark’s Donna Kennedy has been inducted into Scottish Rugby’s Hall of Fame.

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James goes through the tape for his first national cross-country win (Pic by Bobby Gavin)

Law and District AAC ace James Gillon far from cross after his biggest win!

Law and District Amateur Athletics Club sensation James Gillon has revealed his delight at winning a first national cross-country title.

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Applications for Great British Bake Off 2018 are now open

Applications are now open for the 2018 series of The Great British Bake Off.

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Brian Martin is pictured at an awards bash on Friday night, when he was named one of Motherwell FC's best 25 players since the war at the MFC Podcast-organised event (Pic by Craig Halkett)

Ex-Lanark United stopper Brian Martin: Foreign centre backs are hurting Scotland international team's chances

Ex-Lanark United stopper Brian Martin reckons the Old Firm’s heavy reliance on foreign centre backs is hurting the Scotland team.

Football
What are the last Christmas posting dates for International Airmail?

What are the last Christmas posting dates for International Airmail?

While many of us are in constant touch electronically with friends and family, the old tradition of sending (and receiving) Christmas cards to far-flung places is one that we still hold dear.

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Mince pies and sausage rolls - Greggs advent calendar with a difference

Mince pies and sausage rolls - Greggs advent calendar with a difference

With chocolate advent calendars becoming the norm, a couple of dozen sample-size products are now the ideal way to get us in the Christmas spirit.

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Barry McGeechans penalty is saved but thankfully for Forth Wanderers McGeechan (out of shot) scored the rebound (Pic by Elaine Robertson)

Forth Wanderers boss Jamie McKenzie hopes cup win at Irvine can trigger league improvement

Forth Wanderers gaffer Jamie McKenzie is hoping that last Saturday’s fine Scottish Cup second round victory can be the catalyst for an upturn in league form.

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Pupils forced to flee after school bus fire

Pupils forced to flee after school bus fire

Schoolchildren were forced to run to safety after a fire ripped through a school bus.

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Top 50 things that annoy drivers the most

Top 50 things that annoy drivers the most

Lane hoggers, tail-gaters and frequent lane-changers are among the most annoying bugbears for motorists, according to new research.

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Competition lets beer lovers have their dream flavour made

Competition lets beer lovers have their dream flavour made

A brewery has invited beer lovers to create their dream pint - by asking them to submit the most bizarre flavours they can think of.

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Public’s poor knowledge of anatomy ‘hampers healthcare’

Public’s poor knowledge of anatomy ‘hampers healthcare’

Fewer than two in three people know where their heart is, according to new research.

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38% of Scots get more distracted working at home than in the workplace

38% of Scots get more distracted working at home than in the workplace

With big corporations such as HSBC and Virgin actively encouraging their employees to work from home, a new survey has found that 38% of Scots spend their remote working hours doing personal tasks.

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A selection of the tools police in Lanarkshire are hoping to reunirte with their owners

Police holding viewing day to reunite tools with owners

As part of ongoing enquiries into high value tool theft a quantity of power tools have been recovered and the police are looking to reunite them with their rightful owners.

Crime
Lesmahagow Juniors manager Robert Irving

Lesmahagow out of Scottish Junior Cup after blowing 3-1 lead at big guns Arthurlie

There was an agonising 4-3 defeat for Lesmahagow Juniors in Saturday’s Scottish Junior Cup second round replay at big guns Arthurlie.

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Does your school have a budding Dickens who could write the next Christmas classic?

Prizes on offer for new Christmas classic

Children from across Scotland are getting in the Christmas spirit early to try and win £1,500 for their school.

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Do you know someone who fits the bill?

Nominate an ‘Unexpected Star’ for new Michael McIntyre TV series

A new BBC show hosted by Michael McIntyre is looking for new talent - but the nominees can’t find out…

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Children get creative to win ultimate Christmas present for school

Children get creative to win ultimate Christmas present for school

Children across Scotland are getting in the Christmas spirit to try and win £1500 for their school.

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Ca-nine to five: One in five Scottish workplaces allow pets in the office

Ca-nine to five: One in five Scottish workplaces allow pets in the office

According to new research, one-fifth of Scottish workplaces now allow employees to bring pets into the office.

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Law Bowling Club was founded way back in 1906 but it may not be open for much longer unless new members can be found (Submitted pic)

Law Bowling Club facing closure after 111 years due to significant membership decline

There is a genuine fear that crisis hit Law Bowling Club could shut for good imminently without an influx of new members quickly.

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