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Gardening Scotland, 3–4 June at Royal Highland Centre (Up to 36% Off)
Over 400 exhibitors will provide a plethora of quality plants as well as tools, equipment and garden furniture at the Royal Highland Centre...
(was £14)
Eat and Drink Festival: Two Tickets, 26–29 May at SEC, Glasgow (Up to 48% Off)
This spring guests can join chefs and foodie experts as they gather for a weekend of food talks, cooking demonstrations and artisan products...
(was £25)
Driving Experience in Up to Three Supercars at Everyman Racing
Clients can enjoy the thrill as they sit behind the wheel of up to three supercars such as Ferrari, Lamborghini and Porsche...
(was £29)
Main Session Bingo with Chips for Two, Four or Eight at Gala Bingo at Gala Bingo (Up to 82% Off)
Up to eight players can get together for ten pages of bingo and enjoy a bowl of chips with a topping of choice each; multiple locations...
(was £23)
Two Games of Laser Tag for Up to Ten at Laser Quest, Three Locations (Up to 50% Off)
Up to ten people can play two games in the Laser Quest labyrinth featuring catwalks, mazes, swirling fog, music and lights...
(was £7)
The Circus of Horrors: The Never-Ending Nightmare, 15 April - 3 June, Five Locations (Up to 50% Off)
Improbable stunts and forked tongues abound as The Circus of Horrors hit the stage with their new incarnation, The Never-Ending Nightmare...
(was £26)


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Man charged over A9 death crash

The 41-year-old is accused of causing a man's death by dangerous driving on the A9 near Dunblane

Nurse admits £14,500 benefit fraud

The 34-year claimed she was a single parent while living with her partner, a court is told.

Earthquakes in Scotland reach 4,000

The quakes were recorded over the last 50 years with a 4.4 magnitude one felt in Knoydart Peninsula in 1974.

Former soldier jailed for raping and abusing child

The former soldier was caught after his victim secretly recorded his confession years later.

Villagers dig in for own broadband network

Residents of an internet-starved Stirlingshire village are planning to create their own broadband network.

ScotRail warns of months of disruption to evening trains

Journey times are likely to be longer on some trains operating after the peak evening rush.

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