The Scotsman - 16 Apr 2014

Table of content - The Scotsman (16 Apr 2014)

Boost for workers as inflation hits new low
Boy, 10, dies in garden swing accident
Ukraine offensive against Russian ‘terrorists’
Salmond: I’ll do what I can to help Hearts
Digital healthcare pilot will transform medicine
BBC launches review of top stars’ wages
Artist raises hopes and eyebrows in Paolozzi’s birthplace
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Travis ‘nightmare continues’ as DJ faces fresh indecent assault charge
‘Pregnant’ pause after pandas get helping hand
Navy chief: ‘Yes vote would hit our very heart’
Workers accuse UK minister
Salmond would back tax
Of emotional blackmail
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Families get much-needed boost as cost of living falls
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10p ‘polypill’ could save millions of lives
Palatial posting as stamps celebrate royal residence
Family finds boy ‘hanged on swing’
Gunbattles erupt as Ukraine ‘repels attack on airport’
BBC to review stars’ wages that cost viewers £½m every day
Bells rang 96 times, one for each life
I didn’t even rate story about Milly, says Coulson
Sun, sea and salute:
Busiest Scottish airport lands punctuality record
Oldest raver in town silenced at last
Clifford jury warned to ignore other high-prof ile cases as it mulls verdict
Edwardian police mugshots of Dundee drinkers going up for auction
Witness tells murder trial of terrifying scream 27 years ago
Two still in hospital after friend’s death from Meow Meow drug
Scotch toasts victory over Australian fake whisky
‘Who should we blame?’ asks prosecutor
Millions head abroad in search of Easter sun
Dear Cousin:
Beware bitter rivalry with English during Games, Kirk warns
UN Security Council to view Syrian torture photographs
Michael Jackson’s mother told to pay concert firm £480k
Fishing crew:
Hunt for missing jet’s signal delayed
Boston memorial:
Utah woman confesses to murder of six babies
Going to blazes:
Strike over benef its hits Chinese maker of Nike and Adidas footwear
A small risk for the greater good
Perspective Scottish
Good news on inf lation but caution still required
Throwing Trident out of Scotland is a Catch-22 situation
Old folk better be ready to party
Perspective More Scots should have more say
Playing the pyjama game in a nation of night-time nudists
Friends of The Scotsman Enterprise Seven new businesses
Alexander Graham Bell Centre will demonstrate that
Richard Meade
Enterprise create 140 jobs
‘Seamless EU transition’ is a stitch-up
Perspective Letters to the Editor
Naked ambition
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Diageo launches £1.1bn bid to lift stake in United Spirits
Barclays seeks to calm investors by tapping Gillies for pay board
Aggreko upbeat on start to year
Investors are relaxed on rate rise prospect
End of an era for Imperial Tobacco
Death of inflation turns focus on interest rates
All that glistens:
Debenhams rallies amid wider rout
MOVERS
Government stocks
Unit Trusts
WORLD
Phyllis Frelich
Peter Drummond-Murray
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Deer farming ‘offers huge potential’
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€25m to play for as Paris cash goes up
THE STORY SO FAR: FROM HAMILTON TO GLASGOW
Evergreen Clement relishes chance to lead country again in Challenge
SCOTLAND SQUAD
Red Bull have wings clipped as Ricciardo appeal is lost
Report reveals Campbell-Brown doping case findings
Brown into World Cup Singles final
Under-18s face Italy in battle for f ifth place
Cup win that put a feather in the cap of young Hawks
O N T H E W E B
Glasgow let hair down to celebrate prized scalp but ‘heads were on’
Lydon signs Exiles deal as Scottish seek more recruits
Solomons slams poor conditioning of players and vows to put it right
Weepu wept after hearing stroke diagnosis
Real Madrid without top scorer for Clasico as Ronaldo loses f itness race
EL CLASICO IN NUMBERS
Podolski at the double as Gunners rally
Pellegrini has no qualms over City title credentials
Robertson’s return to training hands a welcome tonic to struggling Hibs
Salmond is hopeful on Hearts deal
Stokes thinks Commons is a shoo-in for Players’ Player of the Year award
Celtic all set for European seeding next season
Weary Rangers make hard work of beating Loons in humdrum affair
Tiki-taka rugby?
I need to do all I can for Hearts, says Salmond
World football pays respect to Hillsborough victims
Suspensions of Villa duo untimely for Lambert

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