The Herald E-paper Main Sample Issue - 1 Nov 2014

Table of content - The Herald E-paper Main Sample Issue (1 Nov 2014)

New Holyrood powers will target ‘protected’ ministers
Woolf steps down from abuse inquiry
Murphy to launch his campaign with apology for failures
Spaceship test pilot is killed
Family’s mystery medal joy
Parish of ‘bullying’ row priest to close
Legal aid cuts hit advocates
Chinese lessons ‘irrelevant’
RBS chief issues warning
Advocates lose one-sixth in pay as legal aid cut
Festival marks rise of winter
Terrorist warning for Britons going overseas
Doctor admits to indecent images
Catriona Stewart
Kate Devlin
Driver dies after two-car collision
Softly on the dog
Jackpot rolls over in Euromillions
Hugh Macdonald
Call to give gap years the same value as Highers
Woolf quits child abuse probe after victims lose confidence
Treasury in pledge to settle up First World War bond debts
14,000 give their views on Holyrood powers
Rock fans frustrated by ticket site crash
Western Club opens doors to the public with fine-dining restaurant
Popular walk in capital is open again
Council U-turn as it writes off poll tax debts totalling £8m
Red deer fund launched in memory of stalker who befriended Prince Charles
Soap star on trial
650,000 people visit Generation
Stamp collector jailed over images
Government push for city’s east end
Pilot killed as Branson test spaceship crashes in desert
Prestwick in running to become UK’S first hub for space tourists
English fire staff strike for same deal as Scots
Branson got idea for space flights from children’s TV
Last UK serviceman back from Afghanistan
Overnight closures of road to stay
High winds stop fireworks show
Sturgeon attacks TV debate move as ‘unacceptable’
Give us a new referendum by 2024, say two-thirds of Scots
Miliband reveals plan for senate of nations
Claims UK spending on EU is spiralling out of control
Peers trade insults over gala fundraiser
Handbags and kitbags
Each-way bets
International affairs
7,000 foreigners caught speeding
BBC refuses call for Top Gear apology
Benedetti says pupils must listen to classical
Two dead in fireworks factory fire
Clare’s Law to reveal history of alleged domestic violence
New expert group to look into GPS tracking for more offenders
Supermodel Schiffer dined with PM
Disgraced entertainer Harris refused application to appeal against convictions
Fixed-rate mortgage products increased
Pub chefs turning to growing their own food
Funding axe fear looms for charities
‘Learning Chinese in schools is irrelevant to children’
Lawrence mother’s fury after officer is reinstated
Man arrested over alleged shooting in US
Racist ripped off Muslim’s veil
Whistleblower priest’s parish faces closure
Owners reject plan to muzzle all dogs in public
Broadway bow for McGregor
Health boss quits after staff rebel
Tributes to ‘compassionate and caring’ charity president who died aged 79
Man, 82, is jailed for killing partner and her daughter
‘Poorest students upto£840 a year worse off’
Call for alcohol firms to put calories on labels
Provost Award for music legend Miller
World’s End trial hears of DNA evidence in underwear
Dead ringer
JK Rowling: I based witch in Harry Potter books on woman I disliked
More baby ashes cases after scandal report is published
Setback for charity opposing wind farm
Tourism on rise despite Ebola threat
Emergency team set up in town
Jolomo calendar to aid art school
Ex-dunfermline chief bankrupt
Two Rangers directors come to rescue of bus jobs as Henderson Travel fails
40 months for bid to rob garage
Theatre royalty
Pool containing parasite closed
Bronze Age axe found by driver
Labour: Business as usual while going out of business
INSIDE TRACK: Visa system threatens Scotland’s links with Malawi
Harassing is about power, not flattery
Embattled Labour Party must get back to their core values
Happy to be first with bah, humbugs
Danger to jewel in Holyrood’s crown
Public needs answers on viability of airport
Banking sector would benefit from following the German example
Deer numbers worrying
Street entertainers: a mute point
Constraint of our infrastructure
Picture of the day in association with
Time to speak up on the vital role of modern languages in our schools
A branch office under Murphy? No chance
The law is adequate and there is no need for more by-laws for national parks
Crisis point in mental health
Contested holy site reopens after Jerusalem clashes
Military chief takes over after president resigns
Spain wants courts to block Catalan independence vote
Ukraine’s gas pledge after deal on supply
Blaze forces radio shows off air
Airline sued over missing flight
Trooper ambush suspect held
Legal bid to isolate US Ebola nurse
Man in court over captain’s death
12 miners killed in flooded pit
Hungary shelves internet tax plan
10 dead in bus stop car bombing
Officials warn of more landslides
Margaret Moffat
Michael Sata
Elizabeth Norment
From the archives
POEM of the day
Banks dominate risers after new standards
Thousands of customers in line for new PPI payouts
Fee changes make investment trusts worth a glance
Shop around for the best energy deals as fixed tariffs come to an end
Edinburgh fund house targets North America
British Airways owner expects profits to lift
Increased turnover for Volvo dealership
WPP expects to hit annual targets
From leisure to accountancy ... and the Internet of Things
Future devolution: NFU Scotland submits its final response to Smith Commission
Labour’s bus plans will increase fares, says Stagecoach boss
British Assets to transfer to Blackrock of London
Supergroup latest to fall foul of weather
Warning of ‘bumps in road’ for RBS
Pendragon sales boosted by websites
Curriculum vitae
Market round-up
Warning from chief of RBS amid profit boost
Aggreko expects Weston to start in January
Emperador finalises £430m Whyte & Mackay deal
Virgin Money records growth
Cheers to that Entrepreneur set up firm after pub meeting

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