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Rosdeep Kular appeared in an Edinburgh court for the second time today

Alice-Azania Jarvis: The vintage gift is just as risky

In the Red: Sorry, Mum, you're going to have to put up with a cheap present this year

Happy birthday, HIP. But do sellers think it's worth the candle?

The reports intended to make housing chains run more smoothly are accused of achieving the opposite, finds Kate Hughes

Timber Falls (18)

It's amazing that anyone still goes camping in America – all the screaming and chasing that ensue around the backwoods look so exhausting. This time, we're in the mountains of West Virginia – last visited in Wrong Turn – and a couple of young hikers (Josh Randall, Brianna Brown) are innocently taking the country air when one of them is kidnapped.

McCanns attend anniversary service

Family, friends and well-wishers joined Kate and Gerry McCann last night to mark the first anniversary of their daughter Madeleine's disappearance, with church services in Britain and Portugal.

Glasgow attack: Legend of terror hero 'Smeato' challenged

He was the everyman who became an international celebrity. John Smeaton – 'Smeato' to his army of fans – was lionised for helping police to foil an attempted car-bomb attack on Glasgow airport last June.

Julian Knight: No wonder we can't be bothered with equity ISAs

The weeks prior to deadline day for investing your annual individual savings account (ISA) allowance – which falls on 5 April this year – used to be just about as exciting as it got in the heady world of personal finance. I know, I must get out more.

de La Tour, Georges: The Dream of St Joseph (c1640)

We know you saw something, says the scientific investigator to the haunted heroine in the classic scary film. We know you had some kind of experience. We don't think you're making it up. But as to whether what you saw was a genuine visitation, or all in the mind, or a trick of the light, we're not going to jump to conclusions. After all, we are living in the 20th century.

Simon Carr: The Kitchen Capitalist

It works! It works! Oh no...it doesn't work

Zoë Heller: Bridget who? Zoe, the original girl about town, grows up

The IoS interview: Once Ms Heller wrote about her ditzy single life. Now she is a mother and an acclaimed novelist with a film on the way

New model Cueto ready for long run

Alex James: 'Panpipes are just odious. The fanfare of the insane'

It's pretty soggy out there, and the nights are creeping in.

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End of the Aussie brain drain

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Meditation is touted as a cure for mental instability but can it actually be bad for you?

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Eurovision 2015: Australians will be cheering on their first-ever entrant this Saturday

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