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Police are treating the death of a woman in a house fire
The 71 year old died in what's been described
From the scene Joanne Macaulay reports.
Forensic teams and detectives were at the house to gather information
on what led to the fire. It began late last night at this property in
Kilmarnock. A 71 new Rd woman, Katherine Kelly, was pronounced dead
at the scene and 41-year-old man was taken to hospital with injuries. A
41-year-old woman also in the house did not need treatment. Police have
praised the actions of neighbours and passing motorists who raised the
alarm and try to help put the fire out. They are keen to speak any
witnesses. Extra uniformed police officers are in the area while
investigations are continuing. The police say the following a positive
of enquiry. A 23-year-old man has been
charged over the death 21-year-old Hannah Dorans
was pronounced dead at the scene when emergency services were called
to a flat in the Chesser area Scotland's food safety watchdog has
warned consumers not to eat a variety of Errington brand cheese
which has returned to shelves. Food Standards Scotland said
South Lanarkshire Council's decision to allow the Corra Linn product
to go back on sale was "premature". The firm's Dunsyre Blue variety
was linked to an e-coli outbreak last summer in which a child died,
but the company disputes Rugby and Scotland lost narrowly
to France in their second It finished 22-16 in Paris
as Vern Cotter's side A key skill of the bagpipes
in the French capital. A city where Scotland
had not won since 1999. But these players have a self
belief swelled by last No one embodies that
more than Stuart Hogg. And on his 50th international
appearance, the full-back gave France are not without their own
players and they soon had But in the face of heavy French
artillery, Scotland's stayed in the game through the boot of Finn
Russell. And his sleight of hand led
to a second Scots try. The bounce of the ball
favouring Scotland. Tim Swinson, the
grateful beneficiary. The Scots could not keep
up their resistance, though. Late penalties nudged France
in front, leaving Scotland There were errors
which cost us the game. It got us in a good
position for the first try. Patients in attack and we got a try
from it but we did not look after the ball and respected enough.
Six Nations disappointment for Scotland again in Paris.
In today's Scottish Cup matches, holders Hibs and city rivals Hearts
held each other to a goalless draw at Tynecastle.
There'll be a replay later this month.
Rangers beat Greenock Morton two-one at Ibrox.
A woman from Dunblane has become the the fastest female to row solo
Elaine Hopley arrived in Antigua this morning,
having spent nearly two months at sea taking part in
the two thousand mile Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge.
Her time of 59 days, 19 hours and 14 minutes is the best
time for any woman in the 30 year history of the race.
Well, it's over to Kawser now with the weather outlook
It has been a cloudy night so far, earlier in the day we had good
spells of sunshine across the West especially and tomorrow mainly
cloudy to start, wintry showers and the best of the brightness in the
west again. Tonight, similar conditions, cloud, wintry showers
across the East and in the Northwest Clarissa Bells and temperatures
falling to -4 five. During the day, quite a lot of cloud, the best of
the brightness across the Northwest and for Galloway and Argyll with a
strengthening wind. Temperatures are widely around four to six Celsius.
The Isle of Skye, ten to 12 Celsius. Our next update's at 6.25 tomorrow
morning during Breakfast Time.