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Stonehaven gets Sepa flood warning system Much of Stonehaven's High Street was affected by flooding last December A new warning system to alert Stonehaven residents to flooding dangers is set to be launched. Dozens of homes were evacuated, and
Should parliament change the law to allow Swiss banks to hand over confidential data showing their business relations with American clients? A Swiss banking expert believes this would make life much easier for banks embroiled in a tax spat with the
A Victorian house which has been largely hidden from public view will finally reveal some of its secrets to the public in 2013. Dyffryn House in the Vale of Glamorgan is officially handed over to the care of the National Trust on Friday. The Grade II-
Stonehaven and Peterhead residents evacuated after floods Several buildings in Stonehaven were damaged by the severe weather Residents of a sheltered housing complex have been evacuated after coastal flooding hit the north east of Scotland. High
Residents of sheltered housing were among those evacuated after coastal flooding. High tides and severe weather led to 25 people being taken from complexes at Stonehaven in Aberdeenshire. They were taken to St Bridget's Hall in the town, where a rest
David Cameron and senior officers say a line should be drawn under the matter The row over Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell's outburst at police officers in Downing Street has been "hijacked", Defence Secretary Phillip Hammond says.
Deep-fried Mars bars disowned by chocolate firm The Carron Fish Bar has been asked to add a menu disclaimer about deep-fried Mars bars Chocolate manufacturing giant Mars has distanced itself from the famous deep-fried Mars bar by seeking a disclaimer.
Minister Bill Shorten told 7.30 the Government is acting to tighten union regulations, but he is confident the HSU East Branch problems are isolated. "The vast majority of Australian trade unions work very hard and I don't think that a few rotten
River Carron in Stirlingshire is believed to be that of a 44-year-old Falkirk woman, police said last night. The anglers called police after finding charred human remains in a field near a footpath leading down to the river, less than a mile from
The Stena Carron is about 100 miles north of Shetland, heading to the Lagavulin field, where it is to undertake exploratory deep-water drilling for the United States energy giant, Chevron. However, campaigners have taken to the water on a rota basis