The Scotsman - 19 Sep 2014

Table of content - The Scotsman (19 Sep 2014)

The nation speaks
Voters march into history to decide nation’s future
Voters march into history to decide nation’s future
Kirk bids to bring both sides together
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White wine kept on
Finally leads to ballot box
Charisma and passion often proved to be the key to winning independence votes
Ice before the result revealed
Murray is hit by ‘disgusting’ online abuse after backing Yes campaign
Labour Westminster candidate arrested at polling station and charged with assault
Yes camp condemned over graffiti on church wall
Both sides upbeat as the count began
Up in flames:
CRYPTIC CROSSWORD
Firebug alert after second school blaze
Man dies in jet ski crash on honeymoon
Archbishop admits doubting his faith
Men who died in helicopter named
Eagle–eyed view of ‘lost’ golf courses
Population soaring
Clarifications corrections
Royal and Ancient ends 260-year ban on women
Decision to be a mixed club long overdue
BBC protests to Moscow after assault on journalist and TV crew
Jury retires in sexual assault trial of veteran DJ
Wife-murderer is prime suspect over missing Alice
Man guilty of family murders
Trail goes cold after Thai murders
Zookeeper’s family still have questions after inquest ends
How towpath ranger hopes to reel in illegal fishing of Lowland canals
Apology call after death in queue of ambulances
Video shows third Briton held captive by IS jihadists
UK’s Muslim leaders in appeal to kidnappers
Former lover stalked Galloway but won’t get criminal record
Urgent call for advanced breast cancer research
Island plea for more housing
Beheading plot IS suspects detained in Australian raids
Ebola outbreak is accelerating
Kurds plead for help as extremists seize villages
Breivik tells father: Visit me once you’ve become a fascist
Professor shot amid blasphemy threats
Drug scandal mayor faces new challenge – fight against a rare cancer
NY security alert:
Himalayan face-off as Xi visits India
‘Happy’ Iranians convicted
Drug mix-up led to deaths of 15 babies
Chile arrests bomb attack suspects
Crucial test for India’s Mars mission
Police jailed for beating man to death in station
Give us bigness of heart to reach out
Scottish
It took something special to politically engage nation
History is what happens, not what you read
Focusing on one week may not be best way to raise awareness, writes
Relying on wind power for all our energy needs won’t
A new wave of energy
Is Scottish bonus
Be the miracle solution to our problems
Your comments
How to become a Friend
No surrender
Footsoldiers have a healing role too
Eck of a task
Building up skills
Hold fast
Make-up tips
Wrong issue
Court call
Polarised vision
Camera obscura
Democratic hope
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Speed skills
Air safety
Cake banks?
Truth about PoWs
Spirits giant Diageo sees off investor ‘rebellion’ over pay
Sales leap at Barrhead Travel as Scots get a taste for long haul
Political worries trigger factory exports malaise
Jobs on line after rescue deal for Phones4u fails
Fashion chain FC on the rebound
Beer maker Innis & Gunn celebrates as annual sales break £10m
More planes and sweetened shareholder payouts at EasyJet
Kier shows benefits of May Gurney deal as it lifts dividend for the year
Alibaba poised for frenzied NY debut
Visa casts eye over holding in Monitise
Parkland invests in Grantown facility
Card Factory to roll ahead with outlets
City gambled on referendum result
MOVERS
Unit Trusts
James Sinclair
Professor Dame Julia Polak
CHESS
YESTERDAY’S SOLUTIONS
Industry urged to forget divides and look to future
GB handed Davis Cup rematch with USA
Burns sets date with Gonzalez
ANSWERS
Watchable handed low draw
GOLD CUP DRAW
Orient Class keeps on the rails for Ayr success
Edinburgh’s scrum concern is clear
Champions Cup will start without all sponsors on board
Chiefs on the warpath after encouraging season start
EDINBURGH TEAM
FIXTURES
Murchie a key component in Warriors’ flying start
Henry’s warning for All Blacks
Watson’s get past Fettes to reach cup quarters
Giteau agrees a new contract with Toulon
Gallacher still confident he will swing into action
Sveinbergsson seals Royal Aberdeen win
McBain secures title after Deeside play-off
Seniors take English scalp
Solskjaer says it was his decision to quit Cardiff
Fulham sack Magath after his ‘catastrophe’
Newcastle coaches apologise to fans
T O P T W E E T S
Scores a goal, lands in a hole
Umpire gets fan ejected for abuse
SFA launch last-ditch attempt to win Yes vote for Euro 2020 games
FA chairman Dyke to return £16,000 watch gifted to him in Brazil
Q&A
Beating United part of Hartley’s bright plan for Dark Blues
Osbourne predicts a tough task against improved Partick side
McMillan: Firhill side yet to hit top form
Celtic make promising start
Naismith a
Key player as Everton romp to win over Wolfsburg
On Europa stage
Spurs are blanked out in hostile Belgrade
Gordon spreads his wings in Red Bull Arena as Celtic take a point
CAPTAIN LEFT BEHIND IN AUSTRIA
Uefa could snub SFA bid
Hartley stays, insist Dundee
Salzburg 2, Celtic 2
Gallacher relaxed about pre–Ryder Cup struggles
DROP-HEA D
GORGEOUS
Porsche Macan Turbo
Nissan Micra Acenta 1.2 DIG-S
Underdog wins our vote
Rolls-Royce Wraith
Ed mer
VIVE LA DIFFERENCE
NIFTY SWEETIE
Load-lugger at front of Trafic queue
Little STUNNER
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Rear View
MAN ‘STOLE SAME FERRARI TWICE’
TOYOTA TARGETS QASHQAI TERRITORY

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