Gemma Stroyan and Louise Wylie take a look at today’s Scottish papers.
All the latest headlines at 4pm from Edinburgh Napier News.
One of Britain’s largest Model United Nations Conferences took place in Edinburgh this weekend. Over 600 teenagers took […]
Scotland’s Public Health Minister, Michael Matheson, has introduced a pre-9pm ban on the television advertising of foods which […]
By Silvia Montes and Sam Khan-McIntyre Mother’s Day Origins Mother’s day has it its origins deep in history, […]
Round-up of today’s main headlines.
New record: Truffles makes a daring leap Video: YouTube/ The Courier A Scots guinea pig has joined the […]
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.
With 25% of adults smoking cigarettes, Scotland has the UK’s highest percentage of smokers according to Government statistics. […]
Edinburgh’s Telford College is shining a light on homophobia and bullying today through the launch of a film from the LGBT society.
Featuring students and members of staff, the video focuses on personal experience, tackling hard-hitting issues such as suicide and self harm, while promoting acceptance and tolerance.
This week volunteers, business people, residents and council workers have been cleaning up the Royal Mile. The work […]
The Botanic Gardens have today unveiled a new festival focusing on pinhole photography. The event is scheduled to […]
Bus passengers in Edinburgh are facing a new round of price increases this week. This marks the second price rise by Lothian Buses in 12 months.
As of the 4th of March 2012, single fare prices are rising from £1.30 to £1.40, while day passes are rising from £3.20 to £3.50. There have been no changes to student, child, or concession fares. The last price rise was in April 2011, when single fare prices rose from £1.20 to £1.30.