12/02/2017 Reporting Scotland


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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.


We had Oscars and award ceremonies so white. We will not have that this


year at the BAFTAs. I am with the director who the shares nominated


for the Beatles 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 three-year-old girl died, but the company disputes


that its products were responsible. Its founder, Humphrey Errington,


said the Council had given the firm the go-ahead to begin selling


the Corra Linn brand again. 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. 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, which is dubbed


the world's toughest row. Rugby, and Scotland have 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


venture capital. A city where Scotland had not one since 1999. But


these players have a self belief swelled by last week's win over


Ireland. No one embodies that more than Stuart Hogg. And on his 50th


international appearance, the full-back gave Scotland an early


lead. France are not without their own players and they soon had the


home fans on their feet. But in the face of heavy French artillery,


Scotland's stayed in the game through the boot of Finn Russell.


And his fight 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 Swinson, the grateful beneficiary.


resistance, though. Late penalties nudged France in front, leaving


Scotland to lick their wings. There are errors and cost us the


game. It got us in a good position for the first try. We got a try from


it but apart from that we did not look after the ball, we did not


respected another and that has cost us.


Six Nations disappointment for Scotland again in Paris.


In today's Scottish Cup matches, holders Hibernian and city rivals


Hearts held each other to a goalless draw at Tynecastle.


They'll meet again in a replay on the 22nd of February.


Rangers beat Greenock Morton 2-1 at Ibrox.


Michael Tidser took the visitors ahead with just six


A short time later Barrie McKay's effort was saved,


but Kenny Miller took the opportunity to equalise.


It stayed level till the 60th minute when Martyn Waghorn scored


A 150-year-old antique wedding dress that was lost after a dry cleaners


went bust has been located, after a campaign to find it


Bride Tess Newall, from East Lothian, had been


distraught after the dress which belonged to her


great-great grandmother and dates from 1870


But it was found last night after the son of the shop's landlord


His dad, the landlord found what he thought was this big heap of old


Lace and then he looked and thought, this could be the dress and called


my mum and dad and they went straight there. And it really was


the dress, which was just unbelievable. Still with the ticket


attached which matched my dad's ticket.


It has been fairly cloudy for many of us with some wintry showers


further towards these. Across the Western brighter spells and there's


bright blue skies and sunshine but it was Argyll Bute. For the rest


of us many cloudy and wintry showers. This will be mainly to


watch these once again with an street mixed in. Across the far


north-west maybe some clearer skies. Temperatures dipping to minors -5


for some sheltered glens in the Highlands. Towns and cities, two or


three Celsius. Tomorrow fairly cloudy with a few wintry showers and


east. The best of any brightness in the west and the winds will


strengthen, too. South-easterly winds maybe even touching gale force


across the south-west. Temperatures for 5 degrees but with the wind,


feeling quite cold. Tuesday will have more in the way of sunshine.