It's probably the best balanced newspaper in Scotland regards bias.
One of the reasons I read it are the comments to articles posted by registered users. It's easy to join in the debate of the article.
however the Kindle edintion didn't display the readers comments - and thee was no way to add my own comment.
If you want to enter dialogue on the issues affecting Scotland today - you'll mostly find a much better class of forum.
I have tried various other forums - but they are populated by truculent children who can only 'debate' with personal insults.
The Herald is a breath of fresh air for Scots who want to discuss matters between themselves.
I used some cheap cover screens when I first got my phone.
I didn't think there would be much difference between them.
The result was tiny flat air bubbles everywhere that made my screen look like mottled leopard skin.
This one is way beyond better.
It is firmer and easier to apply - and I now have a crystal clear phone screen.
It comes with everything you need and excellent, simple instructions.
Just follow them to the letter. I'd recommend this one.
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I watch many crime series on television - and gave this one a try.
At first I wasn't sure - it's very different from your usual crime series and I thought at first I was finding it too different from my usual type. (MIdsomer, Miss Marple, Lewis etc) - however I felt like that about Murdoch Mysteries and now I wouldn't miss an episode of Murdoch Mysteries. By the time I'd seen the third episode - I was googling to see if the DVD was available.
So was the case with Miss Fisher.
It's set in mid 1920s Australia - and Miss Fisher is a flamboyant, wealthy fashionable socialite who is also a 'Lady Private Detective'. It is light and fun - but has it's serious side. Miss… Read more