Postman's knock at the SQA

IT'S a tough life being in public service, especially for a postie in Glasgow's Govanhill. The man with the morning bag was doing his rounds on August 13 when his deliveries were hijacked by local neds.

Tucked up in the envelopes were six sets of National Qualifications results which never made it through the letterbox and on to the mats, as they say.

The reformed Scottish Qualifications Authority rushed to the rescue, immediately reprinting the lost certificates and hand-delivering them the same day. Are these guys too good to be true?

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