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Keith Curle immortalised in super-fan's cheeky tattoo

A devoted Carlisle United fan has immortalised the Blues manager in a tattoo.

The portrait of Keith Curle appears inside the lyrics 'Mysterious Curle, I wanna play 3-5-2' - which was part of a trending hashtag on Twitter #ReplaceSongLyricsWithCurle.

As for where the tattoo is... well, let's just say it's been the butt of all the jokes.

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Coxswain's leadership medal returned to Eyemouth by great-grandson

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A medal belonging to a former coxswain of Eyemouth RNLI Lifeboat station has been returned to the station by his great-grandson.

In 1917, a crew aboard the Anne Frances, went out to rescue 7 men on a Norwegian schooner off St Abbs Head.

The coxswain, William Miller, was awarded a medal for leadership.

Very proud of him, especially now that I've handed it over and he's been recognised. I'm very proud of him and my relations will be as well and all my family."

– John Miller, William Miller's great-grandson

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25 years of blissful marriages for Gretna Green Registry Office

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The registration office at Scotland's wedding capital, Gretna Green, is celebrating it's 25th anniversary.

It opened in 1991 and there have been more than 100,000 weddings there - in the busiest year more than 5,000 couples tied the knot.

Everybody thinks if you get married in Gretna, you must be 16-years-old. I can't remember the last time we had a 16-year-old here, that just doesn't happen.

You get people that have been married second time around and people with a big family connection here, where their mums and dads have been married."

– Jane Irvine, Gretna Registry Office
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