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Exciting news from the Department of Sorting Things Out Once and For All, the Government super-ministry with a task to address issues that have been intractable no matter which political party is in power.
Rangers FC has asked supporters yet again to refrain from refrains of a sectarian nature.
Skyscrapers of the future will be "living" buildings which cater for the needs of the inhabitants and put more into the environment than they take out.
There's enough of it on the street already.
Latest news from the Large Hadron Collider is that we are all doomed.
In the comprehensive coverage of this "biggest ever investigation" into the meat trade, one statistic seems to be missing: How many dead?
Cheap but meaningful gestures appear to be the way ahead on this St Valentine's Day.
I've been reading about London's private member clubs for toddlers.
Tensions are running high between France and England what with devious rosbif David Cameron sabotaging the European Union budget upon which so many French farmers rely for a livelihood.
An early memory is of waking my siblings at 6am on the day of a family picnic to Rouken Glen to warn if we did not get a move on the park would be full.
I was going to write on this topic last week.
You have to feel sorry for Michael O'Leary and Ryanair.
Latest scaremongering from the Too Poor To Be Apart camp is that a separate Scotland could not afford to look after its national security.
In the battle against the devil having all the good tunes, churches are turning to karaoke.
Glasgow has won a £24 million grant to make it a smart city.
The good news is that as of yesterday I am no longer obese.
The alcohol-fuelled trouble at Old Firm games (remember them?) is down to Neil Lennon and Ally McCoist.
I'VE been praying for rain in Catalonia, so the neeps can grow for Burns Supper time.
I WAS not aware there is a burger police with a CSI unit that checks your dinner for horse DNA.
I THINK we should bring the referendum forward.
If you have tried all the diets and failed to lose weight, the problem may be your hardware.
THERE is no shortage of fancy design in the six submissions for the George Square project.
The statement by Peter Kearney, the Catholic Church's spin doctor, about us RCs being the blacks of Scotland brings memories flooding back of life on the plantation in the deep south of Glasgow.
A tomato a day keeps the heart surgeon at bay.
YOU may have heard about the mum whose poo went viral on Facebook.
The idea of the Conservative-run Westminster Council in London to cut the housing benefit of fat and lazy people may seem a touch radical.
It must be these dark, post-festive days of the new year that set me thinking about the Liverpool Care Pathway for the Dying Patient.
Moments of bureaucratic madness are to be expected as Scotland's eight constabularies merge into one.
There was an unusual bit of sentencing at Perth Sheriff Court.