The Scotsman - 26 Jan 2015

Table of content - The Scotsman (26 Jan 2015)

Call to ban fracking until green concerns addressed
Sears shocked down under
Greeks reject austerity with vote for Syriza
Keeley Hawes to read at Holocaust memorial
Murray conquers Dimitrov in thrilling style
Ebola nurse tells of brush with death
CRYPTIC CROSSWORD
Back seat driver
Birmingham rally restores faith
Ronson tops singles and album charts
Scottish beef could go back on US menu
Police hunt robber after raid falls flat
Weather
Clarifications corrections
Pay talks to resume as GMB strike looms
£3bn
The secret millionaires of Campbeltown
Blogger Hilton to go into hiding within the Big Brother house
Mills rates losing leg not as tough as divorce
Corvids have been given the bird, study finds
Murray seems determined to be true Scotsman for wedding to fiancée Kim
‘We cannot let fracking turn beauty spots into oil and gas fields’
Cancer signs ignored by nearly half of patients
Russell Brand on top 500
Green cash for local projects
Tributes to ‘braveheart’ who beat Ebola
WHO seeks more effective strategy
Westminster won’t be able to veto Scots benefits laws – Carmichael
Sturgeon sure SNP can be a progressive force in multi-party UK political landscape
Holyrood not immune from realities
Uncertainty after Murphy refuses to rule out running for Westminster
Flexible work increases sleep and performance
Labour calls for women’s ‘super prison’ to be axed
Beetroot juice may help lung disease sufferers
Farage promises £3bn for NHS as he tries to heal defection damage
Tory chief hints at inheritance tax rate cut
Leader defends Ukip figure over comments on ‘bigots’
Inquiry after woman, 71, crushed by bus
Pluto pictures help aim probe
On your marks for the human race
Now even more risk on stretches of A9 as speeding increases
Big freeze is back with a vengeance
Lost disc has details of Duggan marksman
Scotland’s latest forecast in full
Let it go
GCHQ number
Insider fraud costs Scots firms billions
Joining IS would be legal say Greens but violence is out
Trio arrested over attack on man
Audiology services are under the cosh
Dead woman found under car identified
Body found after man goes missing
Bronte sisters’ dining table saved
Deirdre ‘should get a good send–off’
Shadow of the Holocaust
Remembering the victims of industrialised genocide
Still hangs over Europe
Fear haunts Auschwitz survivor after terror attacks
Face the facts
Taxpayers forced to foot £600 bill every day as potholes damage cars
Most victims of burglary never feel safe again
£10m boost for Scotland’s coastal communities
Britons do not respect budgets
Stressed-out mothers ‘run risk of having underweight babies’
Lochhead to press Brussels over price crisis facing Scottish dairy industry
Close encounters of the slender kind as medium snaps picture of ghost
Cannabis culture fears after Twitter goes to pot
Politicians ‘giggled’ at MP’S page 3 campaign
Your chance to buy Darwin’s seminal text, thanks to one family’s evolution
£2,686 spent on child killer’s funeral
NHS worker sacked over support for Paris killers
Bercow backing for online voting in 2010 elections
Labour Scotrail plans rejected
Anti-austerity party Syriza heads for Greek election win
15 killed in clashes on the anniversary of Egyptian uprising
It’s balloons of peace in Rome after dove debacle
TV show host dies of cancer
Obama in nuclear deal with India
Russians ‘behind Ukraine shelling’
Soweto calmer after week of looting and violence following shooting of youth
Airstrikes as Boko Haram attacks key Nigeria city
Japan in shock after video released claiming Islamic State hostage killed
Cruise ship left stranded after engine room blaze
Snapped rope foils bid to lift crash plane
Reporter flees Argentina
Obama in deal with Modi over nuclear shipments to India
Constitution move pushes Nepal into more turmoil
Philippine militants kill 30 commandos
Minister kidnapped by suspected rebels
Germany ‘halting Saudi arms sales’
Spaniards protest over security law
Norway frees jailed Iraqi-born mullah
35 insurgents die in airstrikes
Terminal redundancy in digital age
Financial implications of Scottish public policy exposed
After initial horror come darker consequences
When you’re in a hole, stop digging
Calls for action on crisis in TV and film production in Scotland must be addressed, writes
Baby steps towards more equality
Wills must still be written and witnessed
Landowners across Scotland should act to ensure their land is accurately registered
How to become a Friend
Baby steps towards more equality
Your IP portfolio needs attention too
Landowners across Scotland should act to ensure their land is accurately registered
Nuclear deterrent
Gratitude to Churchill not universal
Party ego trip?
SNP right to vote
Avowed intent
US apron strings
Elected chairs
Absolute abortion
Price isn’t right
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NORDIC FIDDLERS BLOC/DALLAHAN
Continents collide in euphoric outpouring
NILS LOFGREN
SCOTTISH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
VAUDOU GAME
CANZONIERE GRECANICO SALENTINO/ COMPLETE
Prepare to be swamped by all-singing, dancing Shrek
Continents collide in euphoric outpouring
Search to find his voice leads home
Green puts BHS chain up for sale
Personal finance app maker secures £2.5m cash injection
BA parent poised to win £1bn battle for control of Aer Lingus
Dividend payouts to hit £86bn this year
Contractors offered help amid oil slide
POST–MBA salaries soar at Edinburgh
Tech venture aims to stamp out gremlins
Record year for recruiter but there have been hard lessons
UK growth figures expected to be healthy and envy of Europe
More firms encouraged to get their day in court
Douglas takes up training board position
Argument for dividends looks compelling
Keri–anne hopes to make a splash in the legal world
Success for industry recruiter has come on the back of some perilous times
30 SECOND CV
Felicity Macgregor
Jamie Gilroy
26 JANUARY
LORD WAVELL ON BURNS 26 January, 1950
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S U DO K U
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MINI QUIZ
When more can mean less there’s a good case for boards
Busy doing nothing?
No respite for Accies in fight for survival
Graham relieved as Gala find way to win
Inverleith seal final spot as Dick makes mark
Hawick worth win
Mill has the drop on unlucky Heriot’s
Hanning leads way as Stewart’s-melville target second
Glasgow’s bold Euro bid sinks in Bath
Toulouse pay penalties and miss out on group supremacy
Edinburgh face trip to London Irish with home semi the prize
Loss was ‘truly agonising’
Toulouse pay penalties and miss out on group supremacy
Rangers rally for Ricksen
Sarver snub a ‘missed opportunity’
Agony for Glasgow as they fall inches short
Murray roars to revenge victory over Dimitrov
MAYBE THIS LOSS WILL MAKE SURE WE’RE GROUNDED
SIXTH OF THE BEST
DONS SEAL SHINNIE DEAL
Deila’s brave treble target is about to be put to the test
Gordon respectful of Rangers as he plays down his side’s status as favourites
PREMIERSHIP
MAN OF THE MATCH
Telfer shines as fortune favours United
‘You want to make your home a fortress. We have done the opposite. It’s embarrassing’
MAN OF THE MATCH
MAN OF THE MATCH
Hughes revels in softly, softly approach
Last-gasp equaliser a bitter pill to swallow for boss Johnston
Aberdeen agree pre-contract with left-back Shinnie
MAN OF THE MATCH
MAN OF THE MATCH
Falkirk the first to break Hearts
Skipper Wilson focuses on starting new winning run
Hibs seize power with late surge as Mcgeouch
Malonga absence to continue as Congo progress
And Allan deliver creative policy initiatives
Single-minded Mckinnon reaps reward for Glebe Park gamble
Albion crank up heat on Arbroath, but Moore still confident
Morton shrug off Tidser let-down with victory over ailing Dunfermline
Rangers legends slam Celtic supporters over publication of ‘provocative’ advert
Gunners repel spirited Seag
Pressure eases on Lambert as Villa progress
Gulls fightback
Late Sakho show breaks Robins’ resistance
In Melbourne
Nadal taking nothing for
Granted despite hold over Berdych
Christie skates to European success
Delight for Marshall as he storms to his sixth indoor world championship
Crossbar No 1,381
Gallacher enjoying bond with Mcilroy
Consolation for Warren as he goes into world top 60
Alexander reveals his hand for Musselburgh
Tindle shows glimpse of potential as international future beckons
FIVE DAYS TO THE WEEKEND

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