The panorama of the Euroleague
Published: January 25, 2013
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A nine year old boy has broken down in court as he told a jury he walked into his mother’s bedroom to find a man raping her. In other news: A man’s to be sentenced next month after killing his girlfriend in a crash. Jim Leishman welcomed Lorraine Kelly as he walked the Fife coastal path to raise money in tribute to Mary, who died three years ago. Dundee’s Blues Bonanza is celebrating its 18th birthday this weekend. A father, determined to raise money for a Dundee scout group while conquering his fear of heights at over 1-thousand feet, has successfully completed his charity stunt. And in sports: Former Dundee boss Jocky Scott says the Dark Blues and Dunfermline would struggle to survive in the SPL. Dunfermline have today confirmed they’ll vote against a newco Rangers being parachuted into Division One next season. Inverness boss Terry Butcher says he wants to make his side a ‘horrible team to play against’ next term.