Daniel O’Donnell fans queue TWO DAYS for tickets

Gael McLeod (left) and Anne Meehan (right) queue for tickets

By Cara Sulieman

FANS of Irish singer Daniel O’Donnell started queuing for tickets TWO DAYS before they went on sale.

A group of around 20 admirers were patiently waiting outside the Usher Hall in Edinburgh tonight (Friday) and many had been there since Thursday.

Mainly ladies, they came armed with padded deck-chairs, sleeping bags and waterproofs as they waited for tickets to go on sale tomorrow morning (Saturday).

Anne Meehan, 64, and her husband Peter had travelled from Northumberland to bag their favourite front row seats, arriving at 9.30pm on Thursday.

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Primark asking public for store design ideas

What the Primark shop may look like

By Cara Sulieman

CHEAP fashion favourite Primark is asking the public to tell them what their new store in the capital should look like.

Under new laws set by the Scottish Government last year, all proposed large developments have to undergo a long public consultation before the plans are submitted to the local authority.

And Primark have set up a special website for shoppers to leave their comments on the shop – both bad and good.

They said that this means that everyone will be able to influence the design of the final building.

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Little “miracle” Millie given the all clear

By Andrea McCallum

A BRAVE six-year-old girl has been given the all-clear after undergoing EIGHT brain operations in a bid to stop the epileptic seizures she was suffering from.

Little Millie MacKenzie was hailed a “miracle” by her mum after beating the disease, which she has suffered from since she was just six weeks old.

Millie – from Dunfermline, Fife – suffered from as many as 20 fits every day and in one pioneering procedure had a quarter of her brain removed by surgeons.

But now Millie is fighting fit and mum Kelly said it was like her little girl has been “reborn” after a brain scan showed her mind was working normally.

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