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The Orcadian Online | Daily headline news from the Orkney Islands The leaders pictured following the meeting in London. From left to right, Norman MacDonald, convener Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, Steven Heddle convener Orkney Islands Council, Margaret Curran MP Shadow Scottish Secretary, Gary Robinson, leader Shetland Islands Council, and Ian Davidson MP, chair, Scottish Affairs Committee. Labour would devolve more power to Scotland’s island communities if they were in power, shadow Scottish secretary, Margaret Curran MP, said after a meeting with island council leaders, yesterday, Wednesday. Speaking following a meeting at Westminster with the leaders of the Orkney, Shetland and Western Isles Councils, Ms Curran said: “The leaders of our island councils have made a strong case for why their communities should have more control over the decisions that affect their lives. Devolution was never intended to concentrate power in Edinburgh – we need more power passed to communities across Scotland. The Orcadian Online | Daily headline news from the Orkney Islands
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Border Telegraph Border Telegraph News » Police email probe goes to fiscal 12 Jan 2014 11:30 NEARLY a year on since emails of a “racist and sexist” nature were circulated on the computer system of a Borders police station, no-one has yet been brought to book.
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East Lothian Courier News » Oil tame your beard! 11 Jan 2014 11:00 A HIRSUTE businessman is lathering up a storm with his new potions for men’s scratchy beards. Minister's Indian adventure East Lothian Courier
Fife Free Press Fife Free Press May 31, 2012 Fife Police Department Fife Police Department Police Activity report from fifepolicedepartment.blogspot.com. On the evening of May 19, Fife officers attempted to stop a man at the 5600 block of Pacific Highway East for… Published in the Fife Free Press Milton's annual Memorial Day service was as successful as ever, drawing crowds of people who gathered May 28 at Veteran's Memorial to honor members of the armed forces.
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Northern Scot | Home News Moray police urge caution over business fraud POLICE in Moray are urging shopkeepers and business operators to be vigilant following several incidents of fraud. Body recovered from Moray river Published: Thu 16 Jan 2014 Northern Scot | Home
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