Chris Muir

Chris Muir is a talented SEO analyst and writer at Cumbernauld Media. With a deep passion for all things related to search engine optimization, Chris brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the team. Specializing in improving website visibility and driving organic traffic, Chris utilizes cutting-edge SEO techniques to propel websites to the top of search engine rankings. Through meticulous keyword research, on-page optimization, and strategic link building, Chris helps businesses of all sizes achieve their online goals.
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Scots dad killed after alleged dognapping, inquest hears

Scots dad killed after alleged dognapping, inquest hears

A Scots dad was found dead in his home after a passer-by reported seeing an unknown man leaving with his dog, an inquest heard. Donald Prentice Patience, 45, originally from Alness, was discovered on Ainsworth Road in Radcliffe, near Bury, on Tuesday, August 22. Murder charge and trial date A man has been charged with murder in connection with Mr Patience’s death. Ian Gary Connell, 39, of Duke Street, Bolton, appeared at Manchester and Salford magistrates court on August 26 and was remanded in custody. He is due to stand trial on February 24 next year. Two other men, aged…
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How Philippe Clement went from engineering student to Rangers’ mastermind

How Philippe Clement went from engineering student to Rangers’ mastermind

Philippe Clement is the man who has led Rangers to the top of the Scottish Premiership, breaking Celtic’s dominance and earning praise from fans and pundits alike. But how did he become one of the most successful managers in Europe? Here is his remarkable story, from his humble beginnings as an engineering student to his glory days at Ibrox. A promising player with a passion for learning Philippe Clement was born in Antwerp, Belgium, on 22 March 1974. He started playing football at a young age and joined the youth academy of Genk, one of the top clubs in his…
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Molly and Tom win Love Island: All Stars in a thrilling finale

Molly and Tom win Love Island: All Stars in a thrilling finale

The first ever All Stars series comes to an end After five weeks of drama, romance, and surprises, the first ever Love Island: All Stars series has crowned its winning coupleMolly Smith and Tom Clare beat Molly’s ex-boyfriend Callum Jones and his new partner Jessica Gale, who finished as runners-up during the final episode on Monday night. The pair, who had been coupled up since the second week, shared a £50,000 (€58,000 approx) prize fund and celebrated their victory with a passionate kiss. The final episode, hosted by Maya Jama, featured a surprise performance by British singer Ella Henderson, who…
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Celtic players vow to fight for the title after honest talks

Celtic players vow to fight for the title after honest talks

Taylor reveals dressing room discussions Celtic defender Greg Taylor has revealed that the players had some honest and constructive talks in the dressing room after their disappointing defeat to Hearts on Saturday. The loss left the Hoops 12 points behind league leaders Rangers, who have a game in hand. Taylor said that the players were not happy with their performance and agreed that they needed to improve in every aspect of the game. He also said that they still believed that they could challenge for the title, despite the gap at the top. “We had a chat among ourselves and…
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Liam Scales set to sign new deal with Celtic after impressive performances

Liam Scales set to sign new deal with Celtic after impressive performances

Celtic defender Liam Scales is close to agreeing a new contract with the club, according to reports. The 25-year-old Irishman has been a revelation for the Hoops this season, establishing himself as a regular starter under manager Brendan Rodgers. Scales’ rise to prominence at Celtic Scales joined Celtic from Shamrock Rovers in 2021, but spent the first half of the 2022-23 season on loan at Aberdeen, where he caught the eye with his solid displays at the back. He returned to Celtic in January 2023, and was given a chance to prove himself due to a defensive injury crisis. Since…
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Scots mum delivers baby on the side of A9 after ambulance breaks down

Scots mum delivers baby on the side of A9 after ambulance breaks down

A Scots mum had a dramatic birth experience when she had to deliver her baby on the side of the A9 after the ambulance that was taking her to the hospital broke down. The mum, who wished to remain anonymous, said she was terrified and in pain as she gave birth to her son in the freezing cold. A sudden labour The mum, who lives in Inverness, said she went into labour around 5am on February 12, 2024. She called her husband, who was working in Aberdeen, and told him to come home as soon as possible. She also called…
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How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day Without Hurting the Planet

How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day Without Hurting the Planet

Valentine’s Day is a time to express your love and appreciation for your partner, but it can also have a negative impact on the environment. From the carbon footprint of roses and chocolates, to the waste generated by cards and wrapping paper, the traditional ways of celebrating this romantic occasion are not very eco-friendly. However, there are some simple and creative ways to make your Valentine’s Day more green and sustainable, without compromising on the quality or the sentiment of your gift. Choose Local and Organic Flowers One of the most popular Valentine’s Day gifts is a bouquet of flowers,…
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Women and Young People Find Joy and Confidence in Shooting Sports

Women and Young People Find Joy and Confidence in Shooting Sports

Shooting sports are becoming more popular among women and young people in Scotland, as they discover the benefits of learning a new skill, improving their mental health, and joining a friendly community. Shooting is for Everyone Contrary to the stereotype that shooting is a male-dominated activity, more and more women are taking up the sport in Scotland. According to the Scottish Target Shooting (STS), the national governing body for the sport, there has been a 25% increase in female membership in the past year. Women now make up 40% of the STS membership, and 50% of the STS staff. One…
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Family and friends pay tribute to Scots dad who died in car crash

Family and friends pay tribute to Scots dad who died in car crash

A loving father and husband David McCallum, 35, was a devoted dad to his six-year-old son Leo and a loving husband to his wife Kirsty. He was also a popular and respected member of his community in Glenrothes, Fife. He worked as a plumber and was known for his kindness and generosity. He was passionate about football and supported Rangers FC. On February 9, 2024, David was involved in a fatal car accident on the A92 near Cowdenbeath. He was driving his Ford Focus when he collided with a Mercedes Sprinter van. He was pronounced dead at the scene, while…
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Man pleads guilty to killing ‘best grandad’ in brutal knife attack

Man pleads guilty to killing ‘best grandad’ in brutal knife attack

Victim was stabbed 15 times in his own home A man has admitted to murdering a 68-year-old grandfather in a savage knife attack at his home in GlasgowJohn Cameron, 47, stabbed John Lynch 15 times in the chest, neck and back on March 17 last year. The motive for the killing remains unclear, but the court heard that Cameron had a history of violence and drug abuse. Mr Lynch, who was described by his family as the “best grandad in the world”, was found dead in his flat in Cumbernauld Road by his son-in-law, who had gone to check on…
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