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Deep partial solar eclipse in Scotland

          On 20th March 2015 we could witness one of the most spectacular phenomenon in the Solar System, the total solar eclipse. The track of totality passed across the North Atlantic and next headed into the Arctic Ocean. 3,098 more words

Astronomy

Mountain Hares - MNHP Cairngorms 2017

This morning Carys and I went out with David to the ski lodge to photograph red grouse and mountain hares. We saw lapwings, oystercatchers, pheasants, meadow pipit and pied wagtail on the way, as well as red deer and roe deer! 548 more words

Blog

Police launch probe after 4 month old baby boy dies in West Dunbartonshire

Police are investigating the death of a four-month-old baby boy who died in hospital last month.

The infant took ill at home in Balloch, West Dunbartonshire, on February 15 before being rushed to the… 135 more words

Scotland

How I Caught a Scot

Back when I lived and worked in the city, I used to take vacations. Real, get away from it all vacations.

Not to say that we don’t go places with the kids. 877 more words

Ireland

The Future Isn't so Far Away

This week I filled out my Intent to Graduate form. That within itself is worth writing about simply for the fact that I was so surprised by it. 396 more words

Chemistry

PrestonHills Quarry, Inverkeithing, Dalgety Bay & Fife's Dead Children

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CAMERON LANCASTER  {18}     9pm Sun 24th Aug 2014   

An 18-year-old has died after allegedly tombstoning into a disused quarry in a new take on the ‘ice bucket challenge’. 2,560 more words

Scotland