By Paul Malik Scottish Labour leadership candidate Jim Murphy has said he understands how much Scotland desires “change” […]
Edinburgh has been ranked as the UK’s second-best student city this year despite the rising demand for cheaper […]
By Charlotte Barbour Domestic abuse campaigners yesterday called into question the effectiveness of Clare’s Law, a scheme which will be […]
By Carolina Morais Scottish organisations funded by the National Lottery Council have applauded its “vital” and “valuable” work, as it celebrates […]
By Arantxa Barrachina AN ONLINE campaign launched yesterday to give Christmas presents to homeless children across Scotland. The Social Media Santa campaign will deliver presents to homeless children by working with housing and homelessness charity Shelter Scotland. According to the new statistics, […]
By Lauren Beehan The Scottish drinks industry has welcomed the reduction in the drink-driving limit, which will be […]
By Paul Hyland The 75th anniversary of one of Scotland’s worst mining disasters was marked today in the […]
by Vanessa Kennedy Less than a third of people in Edinburgh are doing the recommended half an hour […]
By Jordan Hooks A surgeon and a professor of neurology are among a group of doctors who have […]
by Stephen Mahon A charity that helps teens across Scotland deal with substance abuse has seen a major […]
By Melissa Steel A popular St. Andrews burger bar is due to make the move to Edinburgh next […]
By Andy Little. Politicians from all sides of the political spectrum came together in Edinburgh on Thursday […]
by Alasdair Crews The Home Office has lifted a deportation threat on an American-born headteacher working in Dunfriesshire […]
By Alicia Simpson Alzheimer’s Research UK announced a first of its kind in Europe this week with […]
According to forthroadbridge.org, work will be carried out between 3am and 12 noon on both Saturday, 31 March […]
By: Pamela Paterson Today women are celebrating their decolletage as they take part in National Cleavage Day. The […]
The legal representatives of the ongoing inquiry are due to make their closing statement today. The inquiry is […]
This Saturday, Edinburgh will go dark. In conjunction with the World Wildlife Fund’s Earth Hour 2012, Edinburgh will […]
The company that makes Irn Bru have reported a steady increase in profits. AG Barr’s profits have increased […]
Scottish gay rights charity, Equality Network has responded to a sermon given yesterday by the Catholic Archbishop of […]
A four year old boy was rescued by fire fighters after becoming trapped in a climbing frame in […]
£150m will be removed every year from the Scottish economy as a result of the UK Government’s new […]
Much of Scotland has been basking in the glorious sunshine and soaring temperatures this weekend. Feeling more like […]
Every year we turn our clocks forward by an hour at the last weekend in March. This year […]
The NSPCC has launched a new campaign urging the public to act on doubts about child safety, as new figures show most people wait at least a month before picking up the phone.
In the last six months, 374 people from Scotland contacted the NSPCC with concerns about a child that were considered so serious they warranted immediate action. Of those, over one third had waited at least a month with an additional 26 per cent waiting more than six.
The figures come as a new viral campaign, made by Skins and Billy Elliot director Amanda Boyle, is launched in partnership with parents’ website Netmums.
The campaign, entitled ‘Don’t wait until you’re certain’ mimics a well-known online series but carries a serious message and has already received over 25,000 YouTube hits in its first 72hours online.
The campaign film was inspired by the popular ‘Sh*t Girls Say’ series, which parodies the things girls stereotypically say. The NSPCC clip uses the idea to dramatic effect drawing attention to ‘The $#*! Kids Say’, slang for the familiar ‘kids say the funniest things’.
A 64 -year- old grandmother has been spared jail from the High Court of Edinburgh today after standing […]
Tickets for the Edinburgh International Festival will go on sale tomorrow, 24 March 2012. The festival, which will […]
By: Gavrielle Kirk-Cohen The St Andrews University’s Kate Kennedy club has finally voted to allow women to join. […]
By Silvia Montes and Sam Khan-McIntyre Mother’s Day Origins Mother’s day has it its origins deep in history, […]
A campaign will be launched during the Students Association elections at the end of March for the main library building on George Square to be open 24 hours a day.
The Student Council has already managed to extend the opening hours to 2:30am, and have previously argued for a 24-hour policy. Members of EUSA will now add their voice to the campaign, which is also keen to see other areas of the University, such as the Chrystal Macmillan building, extend their opening hours.