The Herald on Sunday - 4 Apr 2021

Table of content - The Herald on Sunday (4 Apr 2021)

FAITH IN CRISIS
Alba candidate denies fraud against former SNP MP boss
SCOTTISH ICONS: FERGIE
‘Independence is in Sturgeon’s DNA as much as it is in Salmond’s. But ...’
Hospitality firms threaten court action against Scots Gov
SCOTLAND’S GREATEST ALBUMS BILLY SLOAN ON ORANGE JUICE
PLUS: 20 pages of the latest sport
Scottish church leaders share their messages of hope
‘Time to look at’ not proven verdict, says FM
Boy, 13, among eight arrested after Belfast riots
Toddler dies in crash
Sun shines down on Dear Green Place
Casual link now suspected between vaccine and clots
Scotland records 397 new cases but no deaths
Kill the Bill rallies held
Pensioner killed after ‘sustained’ dog attack
‘No criminality’ Alba candidate denies fraud as Met Police assess allegation
Salmond: List votes for SNP are ‘wasted’
‘No criminality’ Alba candidate denies fraud as Met Police assess allegation
‘The sector is on its knees’ threatens to take Government Scottish Hospitality Group to court over trading times
Man in court over ‘Kill the Bill’ police car fire riot
Site to combat ‘rape culture’ in UK schools
‘The sector is on its knees’ threatens to take Government Scottish Hospitality Group to court over trading times
Only for sum Bank’s art treasures remain hidden away from public view
Artwork by humanoid robot sells at auction for almost £500k
Vithun comes full Circle as he exits reality show
‘Different approach’ needed to tackle drug deaths’: Greens
Sturgeon ‘deeply moved’ by work of Christians
Starmer praises Christian community for Covid aid
Candidate’s ‘idiot’ take
On the campaign trail
Sturgeon pledges £5m for family hospital support
PM branded ‘buffoon’ in former deputy’s book
Davidson on Tory leaflets
On the campaign trail
Attempts to tackle child poverty ‘shameful’
Hundreds of academics express support for new self-ID sex question in next Scottish census
‘Covid-19 ID cards are the thin end of a thick and illiberal wedge and we embrace them at our peril’
Glasgow mural pays homage to Shuggie Bain
Textile on Main St Fame looms for Scots town that clothed the country
Claim made for £122m EuroMillions jackpot
Textile on Main St Fame looms for Scots town that clothed the country
Man in dock over murder in Glasgow
Man dies in A85 crash
Tributes to victim
Snow showers expected to put a dampener on Easter
Top Gear pays tribute to pioneering racing car driver Sabine Schmitz
TV host Holmes tweets chronic pain struggle
Island records
Snagging issue Affordable housing promise is broken as SNP target falls short by 10,000 each year
Snagging issue Affordable housing promise is broken as SNP target falls short by 10,000 each year
Good dentistry is a form of art
Offal strange Scottish museum project is in the worst possible taste Old connections
Offal strange Scottish museum project is in the worst possible taste Old connections
Teachers facing verbal abuse and violence from pupils
Birth of whales on the rise
Man found dead in flat
Campsite is best of UK
Commission behind race report hits out at critics
Young Italians receive Covid jab before over-80s
Three dead after Bangkok house fire
Suez Canal jam eases
Rail tragedy leaves 51 dead in Taiwan
Myanmar military coup has now killed 550 civilians
Police officer killed in US Capitol checkpoint attack
Covid restrictions extended in France
Dutch halt vaccine
Rail tragedy leaves 51 dead in Taiwan
‘Unnecessary’ force was used on George Floyd
War and peace
Indy is in Sturgeon’s DNA just as much as Salmond’s, but ...
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I heard the whine of someone’s machine making the first shave of the year
Kirk must take radical action to survive
Calamity is now unfolding in Brazil
Bad PR Is system broken when everyone’s a Victor?
Bad PR Is system broken when everyone’s a Victor?
One man and his mower: a sign that summer is on its way
What really goes on in the consulting rooms?
One man and his mower: a sign that summer is on its way
It beggars belief that Priti Patel and her ideas would even be considered – but given her Government’s record, maybe not Regime that is truly mediocre
Salmond return is unpalatable
Dundas does not deserve all the blame
Concerns over Hate Crime Act
Why would Russia bomb Scotland?
Perspective
A crisis of faith Does the Church of Scotland really only have 15 years left to save itself?
Alan is back
Our pick of the garden centres to visit this spring
We try out recipes from vegetarian chef Rob Howell
Alison Rowat’s TV previews plus seven-day listings
Three pages of puzzles to enjoy this weekend
Picture of the week
Alan Titchmarsh on his new adventure on TV
A few leftfield choices for a boozy picnic
What you lookin’ at, pal? Sir Alex Ferguson – the untold story
FOUR EASY WAYS TO BOOST YOUR BRAIN HEALTH
I’d never met a boy called Edwyn before – or seen a band wear sandals
‘Essence of Orange Juice’
Get set for the great garden centre reopening
Get set for the great garden centre reopening
Step aside cod and salmon: there’s plenty more fish in sea
Drink
We tried recipes from chef’s high-end vegetarian cookbook
Salt baked beetroot
Roasted carrots with pumpkin seeds
‘Over the generations, people lost the ability to feel for nature’
FILM PICKS
TV preview When every picture, and every home, tells a story
SCREEN SHOT
Coronation Street’s barmaid Sally Lindsay joins the police in thriller
TV preview When every picture, and every home, tells a story
Coronation Street’s barmaid Sally Lindsay joins the police in thriller
BOX SETS AND ON DEMAND
General knowledge crossword
Scribble pad
March 28, SOLUTION
Kakuro
The Herald on Sunday crosswords
Brickwork
Mini Codeword
1 Cryptic crossword
2 Quirky quickie LAST WEEK'S SOLUTION
STANDARD FIENDISH
Scribble pad LAST WEEK’S SOLUTIONS: STANDARD
LAST WEEK’S SOLUTION Across: Down:
As Moderator of the Church of Scotland, Fair has a lot on his mind – uppermost, the fate of the Kirk
Bigotry and sectarianism
Scales have given me a wake-up call
I’m now waiting on a third brain tumour to grow before treatment
A country in crisis Battle rages for the hearts and health of Brazil
A country in crisis Battle rages for the hearts and health of Brazil
View from the States
Ron McKay
Little hope of harmony as parties go head to head
Doctors ‘frustrated’ at new delays to flagship hospital
Little hope of harmony as parties go head to head
‘Stalling’ claims over equal pay spark new legal threat
‘Stalling’ claims over equal pay spark new legal threat
Britain not immune from the cheaters
Quick Quiz
ANSWERS
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Wild Olympic dream moves closer to reality
Gilchrist backs win-or-bust game plan to stop Racing
Price left to rue the high
Champions quick to take advantage of Scots’ slow start
Cost of ill discipline again
Teams
MacIntyre buzzing over Major examination
Tierney remains ultimate benchmark at Celtic for Welsh
Kennedy hits back at Solbakken claim
Much to play for as wait is finally over for top clubs
No home comfort for Rodgers’ men as City gain revenge
Tuchel calls for calm after shock defeat
Carver encourages Fraser to continue international form
EURO 2020 VISION
Fyvie relishes ‘free hit’ at Rangers as Cove eye Scottish Cup shock
Hearts continue meek procession towards title
Gold strike puts daylight between rivals
Saints find just the Guy for the job to finally end Cup hoodoo at Dens
Job Well done for Alexander in rout after north east
Aberdeen between Rock and hard place as
Poplatnik pops up in extra-time to burst bubble
Hendry strike spares blushes
‘Punching someone on a pitch. He should have been off at 1-0’
Lafferty treble augurs well for Wright as striker’s goals
Goodwin hails striker as Dennis return sparks Saints into action
Could prove crucial
ROUND-UP
THREE AND EASY FOR THE HOLDERS
Kennedy: I want to be boss one day
Forrest targets place in Euros squad
Player ratings
FALKIRK
Forrest on fire as Celtic roll over Bairns
Gilchrist backs allor-nothing approach for Edinburgh against Racing
Great Britain not immune to drug cheats
All the weekend’s Scottish Cup action

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