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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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The Campbeltown Courier is asking readers to nominate someone in their local community who deserves to experience the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games first hand. The Scottish Government’s Legacy Ticket scheme recognises the achievement and contribution of people across Scotland who are helping to create this legacy by offering them tickets to watch one of the 17 sports at the games. The Commonwealth Games in Glasgow this summer is set to be the biggest sporting event in Scotland’s history – and they promise to be a fantastic spectacle to enjoy. The Campbeltown Courier The Campbeltown Courier
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East Lothian Courier News » Fresh housing plans for Ferrygate site 16 Apr 2014 13:30 • Joel Sked THE long-running saga surrounding proposed housing at Ferrygate – already rejected by East Lothian Council and the Scottish Government – has taken a fresh twist after Miller Homes put forward new proposals for planning permission in principle. Sport » 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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John O'Groat Journal | Home News Power restored after major failure across north POWER has been restored to thousands of homes following mass outages across the Highlands and Islands last night (Wednesday). Trials are moving in the right direction
Northern Scot | Home News Moray community markets to be launched A PROJECT aimed at promoting food produced in Moray has been given a financial boost of £7,000. Moray Council 'is taking bullying seriously' Published: Sat 19 Apr 2014
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Parking wardens are making a return to Argyll’s town centre streets from Monday,May 12 in a bid to halt a parking free-for-all. After a three-year absence,with intermittent and limited enforcement by police officers,wardens will be patrolling the streets as well as Argyll and Bute Council-owned car parks. Not only will the local authority employees be handing out fines for parking infringements,the ‘amenity’wardens will be ticketing for littering and dog fouling. The Oban Times Newspaper
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