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Hunt is on for Britain’s best best man

Stag and hen experts Red7 are scouring the country in search of Britain’s best best man.

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Take some tea on the tracks

Take some tea on the tracks

Steam train enthusiasts and tea lovers will be in seventh heaven this afternoon (Saturday) at Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway.

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Prosecco Festival could be on its way to Scotland

Prosecco Festival could be on its way to Scotland

It’s one of the most popular drinks of the summer and now a festival dedicated to the sparkly treat could be coming to Scotland’s biggest cities.

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Everybody needs good neighbours ..?

Half of Brits don’t know their neighbours’ names, according to poll

More than half of all Brits don’t even know their neighbours’ full names, a survey has found.

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There are battles and bonnets galore in the new online battlefield map.

Log on and follow the clans’ charge of the fight brigade

Scotland’s clans have clashed through the centuries and there’s a chance that claymores were once in full swing near you.

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The cost of attending a wedding is going up

Attending a wedding can set you back £800

Couples face an average bill of £800 each time they attend a wedding, according to a survey on the wider costs associated with tying the knot.

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It really was a gala occasion!

It really was a gala occasion!

It was a right royal occasion when this group of former Linlithgow gala day queens met up for a reunion.

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Supermarkets enter fuel price war following overcharging claims

Supermarkets enter fuel price war following overcharging claims

At least two major supermarkets have cut the price of forecourt fuel from today (Friday).

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One in five would include their pet in their wedding day

One in five would include their pet in their wedding day

We’ve long been a nation of pet lovers but new research has revealed how much we really value them as one in five (20 per cent) would consider including their pet on their wedding day.

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Some brits though the Leaning Tower of Pisa was taller than London's Big Ben

Time to brush up on general knowledge?

Which is taller - the Empire State Building or Mount Everest?

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Charity advises owners to micropchip their cats

Cat owners reminded of importance of microchipping

National charity Blue Cross has reminded cat owners to microchip their pets now or risk losing them forever if they stray.

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Linlithgow Community Development Trust launch the fundraising campaign for the West Lothian Cycle Circuit

Cycle pro gets fundraising off to a flying start

A well-known professional road cyclist is getting pumped up about plans to built a cycle circuit in Linlithgow.

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Billy Connolly. Pic: Shutterstock

Billy Connolly fans asked to submit drawings of ‘The Big Yin’ for special tribute

A series of fascinating portraits depicting comedy legend Billy Connolly have been unveiled following a public appeal to his fans.

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Morrisons Daddy of all Burgers. Pic: Jon Super/PA Wire

Meat wars: Aldi announce 16oz steak for a fiver as Morrisons launch giant 1lb burger

Can your dad handle these big daddies?

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Picture: David Queenan Photography

All aboard for Father’s Day at railway

Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway is putting on a special Father’s treat on Sunday where dads and sons can relive happy memories.

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Five dogs are stolen in the UK every day, research shows

Five dogs are being stolen every day across the UK, an investigation has found.

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Edinburgh Airport was named amongst the worst in the world in a survey from AirHelp. Picture; Michael Gillen

Edinburgh Airport named among the world’s worst

Edinburgh Airport has been named as the fifth worst airport in the world according to a survey from AirHelp.

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Traditional time for the glorious Marches

Traditional time for the glorious Marches

Linlithgow’s Riding of the Marches are steeped in history and tradition dating back centuries but still an integral part of the town in 2017.

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Scottish lottery players look to Europe to win their fortune

Scottish lottery players look to Europe to win their fortune

Lottery players in Scotland are turning their back on the UK and looking abroad to make their fortune.

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