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Bang! Bang! you’re deid

By Russell Bruce “That was nae fair, getting big Jenny tae tuck her skirt intae her knickers jist as you went sneaking roun ma back....

Murray Mania hits Dunblane as town turns out to welcome its...

  By a Newsnet reporter Andy Murray’s home town ground to a halt today as locals lined the streets to welcome home the Dunblane...

Andy Murray beats Novak Djokovic in epic final to take US...

  By a Newsnet reporter  Scotland’s Andy Murray has beaten Serbia’s Novak Djokovic 7-6, 7-5, 2-6, 3-6, 6-2 to take the 2012 US Open...

Galloway under fire over rape comments as row rages on both...

By Bob Duncan  Respect MP George Galloway has been forced to 'clarify' comments he made in which he appeared to suggest that having sex...

UK ‘Rogue bank’ pays $340 million fine to keep US licence

By Martin Kelly  UK Bank Standard Chartered has been forced to pay $340 million in an effort at keeping its US licence. The penalty, which...

US destroyer collides with oil tanker

A US destroyer has collided with a Japanese oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz. The collision with oil tanker M/V Otowasan happened at...

Lloyds becomes latest British bank to be implicated in Libor rigging...

By Martin Kelly  A second British bank has been implicated in the Libor rate rigging scandal after explosive documents were released by US authorities...

Late, Late appearance for Salmond as US chat show host talks...

By a Newsnet reporter  First Minister Alex Salmond hit the US chat show circuit when he appeared as a guest on The Late, Late...

9/11 – the day everything, and nothing, changed

By Osama Saeed "The kaleidoscope has been shaken," said Tony Blair in the weeks after 9/11. "The pieces are in flux, soon they will...

Libyan rebels in Megrahi snub to UK and US

The leaders of the Libyan Transitional Council have rejected calls to hand over Abdelbaset Al-Megrahi to US or UK authorities. The announcement today by...