The Scotsman - 24 Jul 2014

Table of content - The Scotsman (24 Jul 2014)

Teacakes, terriers and tartan:
Glasgow welcomes the world
Entertained and amazed by display of downright silliness
Thousands party in the parks as Games fever sweeps city
Winning performances deliver spirit of the Games
Upbeat Lulu a hard hitter at surprisingly maudlin show
Homegrown talent the stars away from track
‘Braveheart’ Salmond under
Dress rehearsal dogged by trouble
Fire over Freedom City claim Clegg hits out at gay rights record
Police stop Sri Lankan cyclists on trip down motorway
Best Games fashion style, Barr none
Taps aff for weather that’s Glasgow Fair
Caring and sharing ahead of big night
Clarifications corrections
Inquest rules Peaches Geldof died from heroin overdose
Family of four die in horror crash
Taste of Honey actress Dora Bryan dies aged 91
Teenager is pulled from quicksand
Extinction threat to new bird species
Bad back? Try a placebo, not paracetamol
Knee operation offers sporting chance
Missing chef: Man arrested and bailed
Adele wins damages over paparazzi snaps of two-year-old son
Good child readers turn into brighter teenagers
Schoolboy dies on African charity trip
Bird centre issues alert for pufflings
Paedophile singer fails in appeal bid
Forensic tests on body found in flat
Personal insolvency lowest for a decade
Europe targets 30% energy savings
‘Rebels scattered other plane parts on jet crash site’
Tories won’t return Russian cash
Royal tribute as MH17 bodies return
Ministers deny missile parts sales to Russia
Don’t cry for me … Eva Peron’s Cadillac goes under the hammer
Doctor driving four times limit gets £70k for unfair dismissal
Wind farms to generate £28 million in benefits
‘This is last chance for the Scottish wildcat’
Monumental move in fight to save under-threat Skye terrier
Living design:
‘We’re being picked on’– far-right fury at Festival march snub
Boy, ten, dies after holiday river rescue
New chapter opens for literary prize as four Americans make the longlist
Man who swallowed live goldfish for a dare fined £200
Warning after £495m lost to scams on pensions
Families flee as fighting rages and ceasefire looks no closer
Five held as police probe out-of-date meat sales
Lib Dems consider further action over MP’s Gaza rocket tweet
Socialists quit off ice in Sof ia
Holiday let turns to nightmare for owner as guest refuses to move out
Doctor leading fight against Ebola in West Africa contracts deadly virus
Head arrested over rape of pupil aged 6
Boko Haram bomb destroys bridge
‘Punishment cell’ shelter owner freed
Polish pigs ‘died of African fever’
Alleged war criminal, 89, dies awaiting extradition
At least 47 killed as plane crashes during emergency landing on Taiwanese island
Police raid electricity f irm’s off ices in Slovakia
Lethal drug execution to go ahead after US court ruling
Fur f lies as Mexico split by ‘circus wars’ over animal rights
Why Glasgow really is miles better
Now Junior has the craft he needs to mine a rich seam online
Forget point scoring and find the truth about MH17
Let’s hope the wildcat will be saved
Keeping politics out of the Games hasn’t started well. But there’s time to fix that, writes
Widespread and ‘respectable’ eugenic policies of the
Deep decarbonising
How to become a Friend
Chance to link with the Scottish diaspora
Can still happen
Past teach sobering lessons for the present
Your comments
Good, bad and ugly face of the Games
Let’s not play safe
Legal challenges
World leader
Age-old problem
Orange march
Reform or not?
Voluntary death
Buses are better
Home truths
Carney ready to f ire starting gun on interest rates rises
Energy Assets puts extra £40m into meters with British Gas win
Wealth manager Brewin Dolphin posts robust Q3
Call for further aid as Scottish exports recover
RBS eyes Ulster disposal plans
TalkTalk beefs up Sky deal as they slug it out with BT for sports fans
Wood Group’s PSN signs lease on new global headquarters
Maintenance firm QTS sees profits up sharply after deal with Network Rail
Glaxo shares stumble as group issues warning
Car manufacturing keeps rolling ahead
More small firms go to the wall in Q2
Glasgow nightspot is seeking a buyer
Finance ombudsman appoints new boss
Charting a steady course:
ScottishPower profit up in mild winter
Footsie’s Capita gains taxed by GSK
Unit Trusts
Henry ‘Hank’ Hartsfield Jnr
Dr Piers Mackesy
Seaweed company among Scottish ventures to cash in on R&D funding
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Estimate feed firm blames poppy seeds
Watson stands
Royal Porthcawl gains support for hosting the Open
Glasgow joy as De Klerk signs up for two years
Majka’s win leaves polka dot jersey rivals with mountain to climb
Vieira takes young players off pitch over racist incident
Tapping seeks to raise game after abuse woe
Löw stays in German hot seat
Deila irritated by Celtic’s failure to ‘destroy’ Champions League rivals
Dnipro–Copenhagen tie switched to Kiev
Osman joins Thistle on one–year deal
Barca agree £15m Mathieu contract
Wright eager to retain the initiative
McCall wants no plastic repeat
Aberdeen on the spot
The wait is finally over: Team Scotland’s medal hunt begins
‘The decision will be mine alone ... it’s hard not to pick Tiger’
A very amusing conversion
Wish you were here?
Fiona Reid
New horizons
Selling your house this Autumn? Be canny and do your homework by the pool.
Wholly Trinity
Styled to a tee
Scotland’s big fish ready for
A giant splash at Tollcross should see Renwick
Pressure in pool
Repeat Delhi achievements with a golden start
Dame Kelly is adamant about the importance of the Games
Rodger aiming to harness the Hampden roar
England’s 100m runners get a jolt from the absence of Bolt
Varnish starstruck by strength in depth
Canadian cyclist out of Games after training collision with official wreaks havoc
Jonny free of pressure for battle of the brothers
Sheldon’s hopes riding on local insight
Holland hopes to make up for absence of Welsh pal
Glasgow undaunted by army of ‘Games People’
Veteran Crawford buoyed by depth of quality in the current Scots pool
After years of training and prep
Paration, let the Games begin!
Oates hasn’t been thrown by disappointing Olympic show
Adlington has to be braced for sudden loss
MacDonald inspired by memory of late mum
England’s Adams keen to get home fans in her corner
Lauren’s toe-tapping routine will have parochial crowd on its feet
New Zealand too strong for Scots in Games warm-up
Hosts quietly confident of achieving medal ambitions
Barnes tunes up for the Games
Howieson hopes for repeat of Delhi upset
Kerwood got the Sheikh as she set up for trap events
Driven to distraction by pick-up mix-up
Today at the Games

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