The Scotsman - 21 Oct 2014

Table of content - The Scotsman (21 Oct 2014)

When in foam… St Andrews students enjoy Raisin revelry
Assaults on teachers rising, say councils
Turkey gives Kurd forces free passage to fight IS
Grant Gilchrist to captain Scotland
Actress Lynda Bellingham dies aged 66
Tail-end of hurricane to hit rush hour
Pup pet show:
CRYPTIC CROSSWORD
Heidi wig thug in city gang assault
Talks to start on devo proposals
No raise, no X-rays, say radiographers
University staff in walkout threat
Balls outlines bills for mansion tax
203 Outings on foot fall
Weather
Clarifications corrections
Brave Bellingham dies in husband’s arms
Lynda just wanted to take control of her life
British public are my boss, insists Cameron as he hits back at Barroso
Music fans left cold by DJ’s Caribbean Ukip tribute
Teacher ‘gave pupils blame for his health problems’
Apprenticeships to be paid for with benefits cut and lower cap
Murder victim ‘wanted divorce’
Nigeria beats Ebola in ‘spectacular success’
EU sets target of 1bn euros to fund fight against deadly virus
Teachers are hit, spat on, shouted at, shoved and even stoned
Drunk children under ten treated in hospital
Carrier bag cheats short-change charities
Shoppers give mixed reaction to bag charge
Free bags for medicine, fruit and veg
TK Maxx set to open new flagship store in Edinburgh
Poppy love:
World’s End trial is told of injuries suffered by victims
Aberdeen in running for ‘most dismal town’ award
US parachutes weapons and medicine into besieged town
Pistorius to be given sentence
I never wanted to be the hero of the Himalayas, says British bobby
Celtic goalkeeper attacked by fellow player during night out
Pensioner struck by car in city centre
Chat show host Ross to stay at ITV
Stars wax poetic on Christmas album
Junk food ‘worse for men’, study finds
Google moves to curb online piracy
Younger workers prone to lose phone
New storm warning for Scotland
Pianist who harassed author freed by court
Royal baby due in April and ‘Elizabeth’ is punters’ favourite
On a wing and an heir:
Law lords to rule if accident was fault of 13-year-old girl
Thousands of new mothers left to suffer alone with depression
‘Forgotten’ Irish soldiers honoured
‘I wanted to end my life. Counselling saved me’
Comparison websites ‘hide energy deals’
Wildlife crime against birds of prey hits five-year high
Baker Street’s Scots sax riff star dies in hospital
Thousands more geese fly in to take winter break
Talk, not sex is secret to a long and happy marriage, say couples
Nazi ‘troll’ jailed over racist tweet to MP
TOP ADVICE
Blow for Abe’s pro-women agenda as ministers resign
Thai faces jail for royal insult
Stand-off in Hong Kong ahead of China talks
Australia lifts parliament burqa ban
Amnesty confirms atrocities in Ukraine
Cleveland victim forgives kidnapper and finds peace
Hundreds rush border fence
US paying social security cash to Nazi war criminals
Police find seven bodies after man is held over woman’s death
Indonesia hails ‘people’s president’
Election date puts Pope’s trip to Sri Lanka in doubt
Lufthansa jets are grounded by strike
Armed gang loot HQ of Pakistan charity
Jerusalem settlers move to Arab area
Goal celebration footballer dies
Swedes still hunting for sub off coast
Iran fails to meet nuclear deadline
How Union works eludes all parties
Scottish
Slap on the wrist will be right up the street of our boy racers
Dream scenario is making school a safer place
Ither foaks can moan aa thi’ like
SNP needs more than just momentum to make gains at Westminster, writes
New era in breast
Fixing broken hearts doesn’t come for free
Community pharmacies can play a major
How to become a Friend
Cancer battle
Role in delivering multiple treatments
Your comments
Ignoring the facts of fiscal autonomy
Ups and downs
Labour reforms
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Hearing concern
Housing crisis
Raising awareness
‘It’s been a really good year’ says Cala boss as profits soar
Bank lending to businesses is stagnating
Jobs boost as Amazon seeks 13,000 staff for festive season
Aon’s move to Atria One celebrated by council
Arran Brewery creates US arm
Greene King ups stakes in £725m bid to buy rival pubs group Spirit
‘Time to pass the baton’ says Oil & Gas UK’s Webb
BlackBerry bid talk reignites
California dreaming for Fife firm Optos
McBride lays out cost–saving plans
Profits at IBM down amid weak spending
Severn Trent taps Shire for new CFO
BoE deputy governor warns on banker pay
Greene King’s move is in spirit of new pub era
Strathclyde joins carbon capture team
Adidas boosted by bid talk
Ebola news sees travel firms regroup
MOVERS
Unit Trusts
Simon Martin
Lynda Bellingham
CHESS
YESTERDAY’S SOLUTIONS
McLaren welcomes rise in red meat exports
MARTS
Time to get eyes on the prize
Happy Hours!
Admire Rakti stays in big race
Scots cruise to win after best display of tour
Cunningham steps up at St Helens
ANSWERS
SCOREBOARD
Fife and Forth Valley split the early honours
McCormick brothers among top Scots at Manchester
Merchiston on song to clinch third place at St Joseph’s
McIlroy is sidelined as trial looms
New amateur trophy event
Murray and Nadal in demand for showpiece
Williams proves too strong for battling Ivanovic
Ronaldinho doesn’t have the appetite
T O P T W E E T S
Mannone calls for fans’ refund
Drone-man faces punishment
Russell just the man for
Carter shakes off injury fears to seal All Blacks place
Cheika close to landing Australia coach post
No 10 job
Overlooked players ‘step away’ from recall
Mourinho fumes over Costa injury
Pellegrini backs Toure to sparkle
BALE DOUBT
APOEL v PSG
BATE v SHAKHTAR
CHELSEA v MARIBOR
CSKA v MAN CITY (5pm)
SCHALKE v SPORTING
FC PORTO v ATH BILBAO
ROMA v BAYERN
BARCELONA v AJAX
Bold Albion undone as Blind earns late point
Arbroath must focus to keep Annan at bay
Falkirk and Livi both have a point to prove
APOLOGY
Pressure on Rangers in Petrofac Cup
Oxley stays at Hibs as Forster is ruled out
McCoist plays down Ibrox wage bill fears
Hamstring tear rules out striker Carrick
Naysmith hopes injury-ravaged squad comes through tie intact
‘Leading Scotland as good as it gets’
Sir Alex leads tributes after Glenn Gibbons dies aged 69
McCoist is hopeful over £16 million investment
Scotland could have magnificent seven teeing up at Augusta

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