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Walk the Walk is calling on people to unleash their inner Tarzan and become a jungle VIP by volunteering at The MoonWalk Scotland next month.

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Parents are plundering childrens piggy banks to the tune of nearly �50 a year, according to the survey.

Annual poll shows six in ten parents raid their children’s piggy banks to cover costs

Parents are plundering children’s ‘piggy banks’ to the tune of nearly £50 a year, according to an annual poll that shows a significant rise in the amount borrowed by mum and dad.

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Expectant mothers will register to receive their babys box at an existing midwife appointment after June 15. Delivery will then begin on August 15 with the Baby Box sent directly to a home or other preferred address.

Registration for Baby Box will begin in June

Registration for Scotland’s Baby Box will open next month for all babies due on or after August 15, 2017.

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Bike to School Week is an opportunity for children and parents to kick-start active travel habits and switch to cycling, scootering or walking for the school journey.

Sustrans’ Bike to School Week rolls through Scotland

Families across Scotland are being encouraged to take part in Sustrans’ Bike to School Week 2017 (June 5-9) and discover the benefits of cycling, scootering and walking.

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A new survey has revealed that people living with dementia and their carers across Scotland are experiencing significant loss of friendships.

National survey reveals that Scots living with dementia have lost friends

A new survey conducted by Alzheimer Scotland to mark Scotland’s Dementia Awareness Week (May 29–June 4) has revealed that people living with dementia and their carers across Scotland are experiencing significant loss of friendships and social connections and increasing isolation.

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Repair to Cumbernauld water mains now completed

Repair to Cumbernauld water mains now completed

Cumbernauld’s water supply is returning to normal after a disastrous burst on a mains left 6000 homes high and dry.

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Irvine keeper George Scott denies Nicky Prentice, but Rangers got the win they needed.

Kilsyth 3 Irvine 1: Rangers book place in promotion play-off

Kilsyth Rangers got the win they needed on Saturday to ensure they will be involved in this week's promotion play-off for a place in the top flight.

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Getting the message on breastfeeding

Getting the message on breastfeeding

Women should be able to breastfeed in public places without embarrassment - but they shouldn’t be under pressure to breastfeed either.

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Fraser Sheridan nets the clinching third goal for Cumbernauld Colts against East Stirlingshire

Cumbernauld Colts take on EK in first senior cup final

Cumbernauld Colts face their first cup final as a senior club on Sunday when they face East Kilbride at the Falkirk Stadium.

Football
Drama group to start in Cumbernauld

Drama group to start in Cumbernauld

A talented amateur actor who has performed in a number of Glasgow-based musicals is setting up a drama group right here in Cumbernauld.

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Top 10 weirdest items found in storage units

Top 10 weirdest items found in storage units

A sunday dinner left in an oven, a samurai sword and a secret designer wardrobe have been revealed as some of the most surprising things Brits have left behind in storage facilities across the UK.

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SNP group leader David Stocks

Fight over North Lanarkshire education support jobs continues

The SNP members on North Lanarkshire Council is seeking to prevent the loss of classroom assistants.

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Police issue safety advice ahead of Scottish Cup Final

Police issue safety advice ahead of Scottish Cup Final

As supporters gear up for the Scottish Cup Final on Saturday, May 27, police are issuing safety advice to those attending Hampden Park in Glasgow.

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Blood samples will need to be redone

Over 1,000 Lanarkshire patients need to provide new blood samples following cyber attack

Over a 1,000 patients will be required to provide new blood samples following the recent cyber attack on NHS Lanarkshire.

Health
The Met Office issued this weather warning for Saturday

Met Office issue weather warning for weekend

Heavy rain is forecast to wipe out the sunshine tomorrow across Scotland.

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Roger Moore as James Bond. Photo by Moviestore/REX Shutterstock

QUIZ: Can you name the Bond villains?

In tribute to Sir Roger Moore, here’s a James Bond themed quiz.

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Saving Scotland’s smallest butterfly

Saving Scotland’s smallest butterfly

Nature enthusiasts are being asked to spend the next week making a big effort to help Scotland’s smallest butterfly.

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Would “cash for trash” incentives help in changing wasteful behaviours?

Would “cash for trash” incentives help in changing wasteful behaviours?

How much rubbish is generated in Scotland? And would “cash for trash” incentives help in changing wasteful behaviours?

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