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Kim Cattrall attends her late brother’s memorial service in Edinburgh – The Scotsman


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Kim Cattrall attends her late brother's memorial service in Edinburgh
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The 61-year-old actress attended her late brother's private memorial service at Saint Cuthbert's Parish in Edinburgh on Saturday. ''Despite the tragedy, Kim was smiling in her Instagram photo that she shared of herself alongside Reverend Peter Sutton ...
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Kim Cattrall pays tribute to her brother in Edinburgh – Belfast Telegraph


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Kim Cattrall pays tribute to her brother in Edinburgh
Belfast Telegraph
Email. Kim Cattrall has paid tribute to her brother. The actress, 61, posted an image of herself after lighting a candle in memory of Christopher Cattrall at St Cuthbert’s Church in Edinburgh. “Thank you to St Cuthbert’s Parish Minister in Edinburgh
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Edinburgh dad behind bars in Thailand after trying to rescue his ‘kidnapped’ son – The Scottish Sun


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Edinburgh dad behind bars in Thailand after trying to rescue his ‘kidnapped’ son
The Scottish Sun
The gran insists Jodie, 41, went to recover the boy in a remote village three months after ex Jintra Jummaimuang Smith, 31, snatched him. Lidia, of Edinburgh, said: “He was taken by his mum Jintra out of Britain without our knowledge in November and

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Men’s hockey – Dick determined to stay in top flight – The Edinburgh Reporter


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Men’s hockey – Dick determined to stay in top flight
The Edinburgh Reporter
Inverleith star Stephen Dick said his team-mates will battle for every point in a bid to stay in the top flight of Scottish field hockey. The former Olympian, back in the side after a three-month lay-off following keyhole surgery, was disappointed with

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