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Hogmanay Neerday

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Edinburgh's head of Hogmanay Pete Irvine signs off
New Year's revellers OUTSIDE London 'at risk from terror attack' warns Police
New Year revellers could be at risk from a terror attack because there are not enough armed police across the country, it has been claimed. Steve White, chairman of the Police Federation, said armed officers would be deployed to the most vulnerable ...
Cash in your 'glass cheques': the end of the Irn Bru buy-back scheme is nigh
On the stroke of midnight on Hogmanay this year, the 30p deposit or “buy back” paid on every glass bottle of manufacturer AG Barr's soft drinks will no longer be refundable.
Hearts drubbing of Motherwell a throwback but fans focusing on the future
That Ne'erday hammering from 1973 remains a blight on the history of Hearts but, this time around, 7-0 was being greeted as an omen of good times ahead.
Scotland Back in the Day: Did we really invent Hogmanay?
After all, we invented Hogmanay and Ne'erday, didn't we? And it's our National Bard's most famous lines that the world sings as soon as the bells ring out to welcome in the New Year.

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