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The Daily Record writes that a convicted killer Mark Watt has been sent back to jail after punching a teenage girl in the face.

Prosecutors have been asked to look into a BBC Newsnight programme in which Scots youths attacked a car bedecked in St George's flags, according toThe Herald.

The Scottish Sun says that the McDonald brothers have hired a hypnotist to help them win the X Factor talent show.

The Scotsman tells how the skins of seals controversially killed on the ice floes of North America are being brought into Scotland, many to form part of the national dress.

Three more wires holding up the Forth Road Bridge have snapped in recent months, the Forth Estuary Transport Authority says in The Courier.

The Scottish Daily Express reports that a man who abducted and raped the 20-year-old daughter of a Scottish showbusiness personality was behind bars awaiting sentence.

Doctors could be charged with assault if they keep alive patients who have made "living wills" for treatment to be stopped, The Scottish Daily Mail writes.


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A jewel thief is back in business - selling designer watches at one of Britain's top hotels, according to the Sunday Mail.

Scotland on Sunday leads with an interview with Jack McConnell in which he revealed how the job of first minister has impacted on his family life.

The Sunday Herald claims the deputy first minister is charging taxpayers almost £9,000 a year to pay the interest on a house he owns with his wife.

The Sunday Post claims Chancellor Gordon Brown will face a fight for 10 Downing Street.

The Scottish Mail on Sunday reveals that Scotland Yard is investigating the attempted murder of a top Russian defector who was allegedly poisoned by political enemies in London.

Labour's attempt to "spin" the first British deaths of the Iraq war led to grieving families having to bury their dead twice, the Scottish Sunday Express says.

A baby girl was taken to hospital after being suspected to be suffering from the effects of heroin, according to the Scottish News of the World.


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Killer Luke Mitchell has trained to become a lifesaver behind bars, according to the Daily Record.

The Press and Journal says MSPs have launched an attack on the collapsed Farepak savings club in a special Holyrood debate and demanded Scottish-wide support for the victims.

Family and friends have paid tribute to a young Dundee man who died suddenly at home just days before he was due to become a father for the second time, The Courier reports.

The Herald says Scotland's business community has reacted furiously to a "mad" decision by MSPs to ban major stores from opening on Christmas Day and New Year's Day, even though the latter measure is likely to be dropped later.

The Scottish Sun claims the father-in-law of Home Secretary John Reid's son has been arrested over a £280,000 drug bust.

The Scotsman says Tony Blair has launched an all-out Labour offensive against the SNP, amid growing Labour discord about how to approach next May's crucial Holyrood elections.

Nearly 100 MPs have joined the backlash against British Airways over its decision to ban staff from wearing the cross, according to the Scottish Daily Mail.

An English MP has sparked outrage after suggesting people in Scotland should be forced to pay a "toll tax" when crossing the Border into England, the Scottish Daily Express says.

The Scottish Daily Mirror leads with claims that a knifeman who was jailed for a minimum of 30 years was on an Asbo when he killed a mother-of-two.


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According to the Daily Record, boxer Scott Harrison admitted he has brought shame on his country.

The Press and Journal says a north east couple who have literally struck oil have been hailed as symbols of the bright future of the North Sea industry.

The Courier reports on the latest wave of suicide attacks in Iraq which killed an estimated 160 people and injured 257.

The Scottish Sun says singer Michael Jackson was knocked back by a top Scottish hotel after he tried to book every room.

According to The Herald, secondary teachers in Scotland are suffering levels of depression and anxiety similar to those experienced by patients receiving treatment for mental health problems.

In the The Scotsman , consumer magazine Which? claims companies are turning to "underhand tricks" on the internet and other media to sell junk food.

The Scottish Daily Express says the right of Christians to wear the cross has been defended by the leader of the House of Commons.

According to the Scottish Daily Mail, Labour has set up a secret scam pouring taxpayers' cash straight into party funds.

The Scottish Mirror says former Environment Minister Sarah Boyack waved socks at Jack McConnell in protest at an energy giant's tips on beating cold weather.


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Most papers focus on the death of the Russian ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko.

The Press and Journal says the dissident Russian who accused Vladimir Putin of having him poisoned was killed by a massive dose of a deadly radioactive element.

Scientists have traced the radioactive trail thought to have been left by Mr Litvinenko and his killers, according to The Herald.

The Courier reports that a leading Dundee scientist has overseen the investigation to identify the radioactive isotope that is thought to have killed former KGB spy on Thursday.

The Scottish Mirror claims Mr Litvinenko was murdered with a radioactive poison that may have been slipped into his tea as he chatted.

According to the Daily Record, pupils in Scotland are to be kept at school until they are 18 under radical education reforms.

The Scottish Sun says thieves swiped a mobile phone from the Scottish Parliament and rang up a £51,000 bill.

The Scotsman leads with an interview with Susan Hamilton, who has lived with the stigma of child abuse for more than six years.

British Airways has backed down over its ban on workers wearing the cross following heavy criticism, according to the Scottish Daily Mail.

The Scottish Daily Express says millions of families are facing a new wave of taxes on their holidays.


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I saw that one of the Sunday newspapers did a story on Les Brown and how he could have solved the mystery of the mother and child disappearance x number of years ago.

As far as i am concerned as a former chief inspector of the police that's what he still is in his own mind. I spoke to him a while back about a case and all how did was try to convince me of how he and McGraw dont get on at all, and when this is nothing to do with anything, he is obviously trying to justify hi guilt.

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I saw that one of the Sunday newspapers did a story on Les Brown and how he could have solved the mystery of the mother and child disappearance x number of years ago.

As far as i am concerned as a former chief inspector of the police that's what he still is in his own mind. I spoke to him a while back about a case and all how did was try to convince me of how he and McGraw dont get on at all, and when this is nothing to do with anything, he is obviously trying to justify hi guilt.

Indeed very much so gmac.


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The Daily Record says a teenager had his face sliced off in a murder that will shock Scotland.

Donald Trump unveiled his long-awaited and spectacular £1bn vision to transform part of the north-east coastline into a world leading golf resort, The Press and Journal reports.

The Scotsman claims the stage has been set for a battle between the billionaire and environmentalists after the unveiling of his golf resort masterplan.

According to The Herald, the Scottish National Party holds an eight-point lead over Labour in a poll commissioned by Labour itself.

The Scottish Sun leads with an image of Rose West queuing for lunch in jail.

Forth Ports have been accused of treating the public with contempt over the controversial ship-to-ship transfers issue, The Courier says.

The Scottish Daily Mail claims that expatriate Scottish pensioners are claiming taxpayer funded benefits to help heat their homes.

Two young brothers who terrorised their street for years were yesterday ordered to behave or be locked away, according to the Scottish Daily Mirror.

The Scottish Daily Express says serial sex offenders will now be tracked by police no matter where they go in the British Isles.


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The Daily Record says a young football star filmed a boy having sex with a 14-year-old girl and sent mobile phone images to his schoolfriends.

Ministers have been studying the possible implications of an agreed £11.6bn takeover of one of Scotland's biggest companies by a Spanish energy firm, The Press and Journal reports.

The Scotsman and the Scottish Daily Mail both say that British consumers might end up paying for the takeover of Scottish Power by the Spanish firm Iberdrola.

According to The Herald, the annual MOT test for cars is expected to be replaced by a two-year check under radical government plans to reduce red tape and bureaucracy.

The Scottish Sun claims a dying pensioner has been thrown in jail for failing to pay a court fine.

One in five cancer patients is still having to wait for treatment longer than the executive's own two-month target, The Courier says.

The Scottish Daily Express claims that motorists could be in line for an unexpected Christmas present from Chancellor Gordon Brown.

The Scottish Daily Mirror leads with a story about actor David Jason at a party.


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         a good link to over 18,377 newspapers & other sources from almost every country & territory in the world.

 

http://www.kidon.com



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berlin.well spotted there.thats always a handy link to know.

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         a good link to over 18,377 newspapers & other sources from almost every country & territory in the world.

 

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What the Scottish papers say
The Daily Record reports that Gordon Brown's baby son Fraser has an incurable lung disease.

North Sea bosses have been dealt a major blow after losing a four-year battle with the trade unions over holiday entitlements, the Press and Journal says.

The Scotsman claims that Donald Trump's dream of building the world's greatest golf resort in an environmentally-sensitive stretch of coastline is "powerfully" supported by both local and national planning policies.

According to The Herald, the investigation into the death of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko has spread to 33,000 British Airways passengers after radioactive traces were found on aircraft.

The Scottish Sun reports that Sarah Campbell moved MSPs to tears as she delivered the Scottish Sun's Mother's For Justice petition and revealed her own harrowing story of abuse.


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A tax subsidies row has erupted after Spanish firm Iberdrola made a bid for Scottish Power, The Scotsman reports.

The Scottish Daily Express carries claims that the true findings into the Princess Diana death crash investigation will never be known.

'Pay-as-you-drive tolls' of £1.50 a mile are on the horizon for motorists, according to the Scottish Daily Mail.

A CCTV image of the moment when a gunman took aim and prepared to blast a man in an Edinburgh pub is the splash on the front of the Daily Record.

The Scottish Sun reports that Seb Coe and Culture Secretary Tessa Jowell were facing health tests after flying on one of the jets caught up in the Russian spy radiation scare.

Fife teachers have been asked to repay up to £6,000 of wages paid by mistake, The Courier says.

The Herald reports on plans to make motorists pay for using Britain's congested roads.

The Press and Journal says the focus of the Alexander Litvinenko poisoning probe has shifted to Moscow after a radiation alert on several aircraft.


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A transport revolution is being planned by ministers, with the introduction of bullet trains and controversial road tolls, according to the Scotland on Sunday.

The Sunday Mail leads with the story of killer Luke Mitchell's former girlfriend Kimberley Thomson. The teenage mum, who has had a son with her boyfriend Mark Bissett, told Mitchell: "You haven't destroyed me."

The political gloves came off as Home Secretary John Reid and SNP leader Alex Salmond squared up over independence, writes the Sunday Post.

The Scottish Mail on Sunday says John Reid has warned that Scotland would be vulnerable to attack from terrorists if it became an independent nation.

According to the Sunday Times, the Russian president Vladimir Putin had wanted Tony Blair to gag the poisoned former spy in the final hours of his life.

The former Labour party general secretary, who is at the heart of the "cash for peerages" investigation, has had four laptop computers stolen from his office in London, says the Sunday Herald.

A crackdown to stop a new Harold Shipman serial killer emerging could cost lives, the Scottish Sunday Express claims.

The Scottish News of the World has a report on I'm a Celebrity star Myleene Klass, and the Sunday Mirror carries a story about Kylie Minogue.


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