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Tag: 2011

Whooping cough numbers rise across Scotland

MEDICS are struggling with a 2000% increase in whooping cough cases. NHS Tayside has confirmed that almost 250 cases were reported between January and July...

Young women failing to be tested for cervical cancer

THOUSANDS of young Scots women could be putting their lives at risk by failing to be checked for cervical cancer. Figures from one of Scotland’s...

‘Jack’ and ‘Sophie’ remain top baby names in Scotland for 2011

THE most popular baby names in Scotland still have not changed since 2010, according to The Registrar General of Scotland. New data released by the...

Young and old paint census date into the memory

A GROUP of nursery children helped to paint a large reminder of this year’s census date - with a little help from members...

Organisers unveil the Edinburgh Hogmanay programme

BILLY Bragg, The Charlatans, KT Tunstall and Biffy Clyro will headline Edinburgh’s world famous Hogmanay celebration. The huge street party will also feature a series...

Gleneagles chef set to tuck into Kilimanjaro challenge

By Michael MacLeod CANCER-conquering chef Andrew Fairlie is planning his next challenge to summit Mount Kilimanjaro. And as Scotland’s top hotel chef, he wants to...

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