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Formerly the Glasgow Herald.

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      13.11.2000 01:17

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      I like this I think it is really good and it is a very good idea. I use it all the time and I think that you should get it too. I like this because it works really well, and if you get it you would use it all the time too. I really think that you should go out and buy this now, because you will not know what you are missing unless you buy this. So get off your chair go to the shops and buy it now.

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      19.10.2000 01:36
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      The Herald is the essential newspaper for anyone who wants to keep up to date with what's going on in Scotland. Whereas the Scotsman never misses a chance to foist their political views on their readers, the Herald is much more neutral. The Herald has always had decent sports coverage, although football does tends to dominate. Some other sports never seem to get a mention - for example, I have seen in the past that the Le Mans 24 hours is not deemed important enough to merit an article (or at least tell the reader who won!). And the football stories do concentrate on the Old Firm, with perpetual speculation about who is next on the shopping list. The appointments section (on a Friday) is of particular interest, with a decent number of job adverts every week. Friday also sees the inclusion of the motoring supplement, which is sadly dominated by adverts rather than articles. Overall the Herald is a good paper, but its expensive when compared to rivals like the Times: 48p is a bit over the top, even if the news coverage is good.

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