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Herald Announces Job Losses

Written by: Admin
Friday, 29th January 2016

Further job losses were announced today at the Herald newspaper, due to sub-standard, inaccurate and biased reporting.

It's likely that Job Seekers Allowance applications from Graham Spiers and Angela Haggerty will be handed in early next week at their local Job Centre.

Meanwhile, it's rumoured that the remaining staff at the Herald are said to be overjoyed at news of their departure.


Rangers Director withdraws business from The Herald

Written by: Admin
Monday, 11th January 2016

Vanguard Bears understands that Parks Motor Group has withdrawn £40,000 worth of advertising revenue from The Herald newspaper due to persistent and unwarranted attacks on the Club by its article writers.

Only last week, a Rangers Director voiced Club concerns regarding biased reporting with Herald Editor Magnus Llewellin.

These concerns were totally ignored, and Friday past saw a deliberately inflammatory article with the headline “Crooks at Rangers” appear in the aforesaid newspaper.

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The famous Glasgow Rangers are alive and kicking...but free speech is dead!

Written by: Graham Kane
Wednesday, 30th December 2015

Jealousy, as they say, is the root of all evil. As a supporter or employee of the world's most successful football club, it is therefore, par for the course that your team needs to put up with a certain amount of envy from those who support provincial clubs or clubs with delusions of grandeur. In Scotland, however, the old adage above is proved to be very accurate.

The staggering discrepancy between the treatment of Rangers, and that of other clubs is a warning to all. Scotland is on a very slippery slope, and the silent majority need to fight back before it is too late. This slippery slope does not only apply to Rangers Football Club, but to the Protestant, Unionist & Loyalist communities in general.

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Can This Comic Get Any Worse?

Written by: 1972
Friday, 4th December 2015

As The Sunday Herald has continued its steady decline from fairly respectable if parochial newspaper, to a hate-filled platform for rude photo-shoppers, any hope that the paper would recover some integrity and credibility have been smashed by two recent appointments.

Firstly, the replacement for retiring editor Richard Walker was announced as the hapless fantasist Neil McKay, and secondly, the newly installed Editor has employed one of the most bitter bloggers in the UK as a “journalist” to cover sport, in the shape of Angela Haggerty.

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It Is Good News Week

Written by: John McCrae
Sunday, 29th November 2015

Not even the most ardent pop trivia fanatic would recognise the names Mick Tinsley, John Stewart, Alan Laud, Ray Honeybull and Leslie Dash, I suspect. Collectively, these five RAF personnel, were members of shortly-lived pop band Hedgehoppers Anonymous. This outfit made only five records, the most famous of which was called 'It's Good News Week', which made it to number 5 in 1965.

This week, normally sycophantic newspapers, television and radio struggled to write copy which would deflect from Celtic's latest European humiliation. A humiliation which saw them eliminated from playing with decent teams for another year, although the management team insist they will do better next time. Just like they said last year! This year, again, they were turfed out the qualifying rounds prior to the Champions League proper commencing. Admittedly, they started well with an aggregate 6-1 victory against Iceland's Stjarnan, before scraping a 1-0 against Qarabag of Azerbaijan over two legs. In the play-off round, Celtic came up against a team that folk had actually heard of, Malmo of Sweden, and were beaten. Put down, as some say they should be collectively, to the Europa League, they have been humiliated, yet again, in Europe by taking only two, yes two, points from a possible fifteen in what is, remember, the second tier European competition. If only Ronnie had played marquee signing Carlton Cole.

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