The Scotsman - 27 Dec 2014

Table of content - The Scotsman (27 Dec 2014)

Mum-to-be ‘allowed to die with dignity’
Lights of love for tsunami victims
Steve Carell gets serious in tr ue crime drama
Fiona Shepherd: Veterans set for a vintage year
Write Stuff
Smart Money
Family rivalry:
More animals injure police in 2014
Man admits revenge theft at tan salon
Footballer to hang up his boots at 80
Farmer taking the bull by the hoard
The Queen beats Mrs Brown’s Boys
106 2nd oldest man dies
Clarifications corrections
No more fighting for beach towels as Brits get creative with holidays
Much-loved golf writer Ian Wood dies at 80
Strong pound means sterling prices for tourists
Life-support case ‘risked going from the extraordinary to the grotesque’
And it’s a good lick from him …
Pay strike shuts Scots museum on Boxing Day
‘This will be subject of considerable debate’
Asthma link to warmer homes
Get set for snow, ice, fog. . and rail works too
Tributes after ‘gentle giant’ Fraser dies in road horror
Rural college praised for learning difficulties work
‘Lifestyle drugs’ land hundreds in hospital
I was in National Front but I’m not racist, says Ukip chairman in Farage target seat
Fury over City Link closure news timing
I don’t blame refuse lorry driver, says victims’ nephew
Top KGB man feared Benn’s prominence
Medics warn against blood pressure apps
Where there’s a will there’s way to look it up online
10 years on, world remembers tsunami dead
Indonesia was hardest hit but is recovering
Police probe man’s death in ‘stair plunge’
£519,000 a minute – shoppers up before dawn to spend, spend, spend
Superheroes in big demand
Defiant swimmers take festive plunge
Support for BBC licence at just 44%
IRA veteran held after wife stabbed
Doctors seek ban on booze link to sport
Return of sexist comic character
Householders are paving paradise
‘Hi Dad’ – how a call 30 years ago sparked mobile revolution
RSPB reveals success of guarding sea eagle nest
Beavers in mates swap
Whatever necks:
‘Dismal’ SNP makes no green upgrades at 79 official buildings
Pneumonia prevents archbishop from delivering annual Christmas message
PlayStation and Xbox users hit by hackers
‘Bare food’ on the menu for healthy eating diners
Summit aims to convince mothers that breast is best for all babies
Miranda bows out in tears after five years
SNP remains in lead for UK elections next May
Kate beats Posh to come top of the frocks
Pair accused of murdering young British tourists have trial put back
Labour MSP’s push for public transport
Vatican hold topless Femen activist for questioning
Celebrations and sadness as fateful year ends with a terrible tragedy
Stunning snapshots put the
Focus on Scotland 2014
Now that’s a snow angel:
‘Mastermind’ of Peshawar school attack killed in raid
Israeli police ‘stabbed by Palestinian’
Talks between Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels called off
Puppy power:
Obama hails troops after decade of Afghan fighting
45 civilians die as Syria bombs city
Refugees prepare for cruel winter
Trial of former president’s wife begins
Workers die in accident linked to toxic fumes
Boy, 16, jailed for ‘insulting’ Turkish president is freed after public outcry
Egypt bans biblical epic movie Exodus for ‘historical inaccuracies’
China backs visiting Hong Kong leader
Experts to tackle Nepal blackouts
Nine killed in Sri Lankan mudslides
Rebels free soldiers in peace talks drive
Big fries back on McDonald’s menu
Serb terrorist suspect arrested
Is 2015 the Year of Real Politics?
Tat now
Moral courage of judges in a medical dilemma
Upwardly mobile it certainly is not
A festive tradition
My Christmas wish for a nation’s future
History grants perspective on issue of progress
There’s a lot on our plate next year
Why my last meal has got to be oat cuisine
Lori Anderson
Where was Crown’s Lockerbie fight?
Oil price attacks
All was calm
Fabulous foodies
Cancer fight
Constant Queen
Quota farce
Brilliant boys
Test the Word
Fine falls
Sour note
Good English Tawona Sithole,
The poetry of life
Slow burning tales
See me
Hero with no name
Up close and personal
Anger over timimg of City Link demise and job losses
Asda pie supplies help beef up production at Malcolm Allan
Japanese recovery fears as inflation slows again
Crude oil edges upwards amid Libyan troubles
Chipmaker probe near to settling
Expansion allows BDL to redefine its business plan
Flight stimulator:
Wall Street continues to hit record levels amid light festive volumes
French unions call for EasyJet strikes
LG caught in a spin over Samsung claim
Wireless veteran to join Rapier Systems
Trackers who are afraid to come out of the closet
Invest successfully in 2015
Dr Lee Wattenberg
Joseph Sargent
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Heading off to ‘steal’ some more good ideas
Arla latest to cut its milk price
Ian Wood, former Scotsman sports editor and raconteur, dies aged 80
Melrose edge past rivals Gala to lift Waverley Cup
Neave going all out as Inverleith target indoor crown
South Africa pair make Windies pay after let-offs
London Welsh fall at the expense of the Irish
Glasgow hold all the cards
In inter-city confrontation Warrior Hall relishing battle
Celtic hope Denayer can enjoy longer stay
Malpas lands Rovers role
Kellock back for 1872 Cup
From Jock Stein’s Hibs to fastest man in the world
‘It’s been emotional’
Stubbs warns Hibs players to beware ‘wounded’ rivals
Contentment finally filters through
For a resurgent Allan
Prompt salaries pay dividends at new-look Hearts says McKay
McLean aware his immediate focus lies with steering Buddies clear
Deila feeds off Strachan knowledge
Heartache of last season is the driving force for us this season, says McGinn
Stevenson is relieved to be back on the goal trail
Antoine-Curier warns Accies over window
Wotherspoon loving newrole
Bairns the banker at 4-5
Strachan wants to carry less fringe men
Terry on target as Mourinho’s men keep their home run going
Gunners close in on top four
Jelavic climbs off bench to seal Tigers fightback
Spot-on Bojan crushes Toffees
Sterling goal ends Reds’ four-match wait for win
Irvine fears for job as City leave Baggies floundering in the snow
Rooney provides United spark
Spurs edge past plucky Foxes
Sigurdsson sends an unlucky Villa packing
Saints go marching on as Warnock feels fans’ fury
Shotgun aimed at Welsh National glory
Silviniaco puts Nicholls on cloud nine
Best Christmas for Hibs in 1979

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