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12,000ft Tandem Skydive for One, with Royal Society for Blind Children, Multiple Locations

Experience the thrill of blasting through the air from 12,000ft and participate ...

(was £185)
Rangers Legends Night on 5 August at 7.30pm, Glasgow City Hotel (Up to 42% Off)

Spend an evening with the Rangers legends Walter Smith, Lorenzo Amoruso and Rona...

(was £60)
Day Ticket with Festival Survival Kit to McEwans Party at the Palace 2016 at Lochside Field on 14 August

This outdoor festival is held in Lochside Field overlooking Linlithgow Palace an...

(was £45)
£39 for a High-Tech Outdoor Virtual Reality Escape Game for Up to Five (41% off)

Up to Five people can take part in this outdoor Treasure Hunt game session featu...

(was £66)
Four Hours of Fly Fishing in a Boat for One or Two at Beecraigs Trout Fishery

One or two fishing fanatics can enjoy four hours of fly fishing on Beecraigs Loc...

(was £14)
Four Cocktails for Two or Eight Cocktails for Four at Bread and Butter Glasgow (Up to 52% Off)

Customers can choose from a selection of 24 cocktails. ...

(was £28)
Indoor Sledging for One or Four at Snow Factor, Braehead (Up to 57% Off)

A 30-minute sledging session on a real snow slope includes all equipment, with s...

(was £11)
Online Game Design Course with School of Game Design (93% Off)

Receive unlimited 12-month access to content, with modules covering aspects such...

(was £413)


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Police name 21-year-old woman killed in A937 crash

A 21-year-old woman who died after her car hit a wall in Angus on Sunday night is named by police.

Major search operation for missing man seen in the River Tay

Police appeal for witnesses after an extensive search operation for a man seen in the River Tay on Monday evening.

Racist abuse man Joel Justice in 'white guilt' claim

A man who shouted racist abuse at takeaway workers claimed he was only made to feel responsible for his actions by "white guilt", a court hears.

Dundee International Book Prize 2016 shortlist revealed

Writers from New Zealand to Scotland's most-northerly tip make the shortlist for this year's Dundee International Book Prize.

Record number of rescued animals returned to the wild

A record number of rescued wild animals were returned to their natural habitat last year, according to the Scottish SPCA.

Concerned motorists report drunk tipper truck driver

A tipper truck driver is caught six times over the legal drink drive limit after concerned members of the public contact police.

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