Friday’s terrorist attack on London Bridge and Brexit were the main topics of last night’s tv debate hosted […]
The winner of this year’s photography Scottish Portrait Awards is an innovative artist who reinvents the way we […]
By Morven McIntyre Glasgow City Council are signing up to the Paris Declaration on Fast-Track Cities Ending the […]
By Alejandro Basterrechea Around 12,000 people across Scotland took part in the ‘Sleep in the Park’ charity event […]
Scotland dominated Albania to keep alive their Euro 2020 playoff hopes, with James Forrest scoring his first goals […]
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NHS Lothian figures show that over 3000 people’s waiting time has exceeded six-weeks. This figure is inclusive of diagnostic tests to detect cancer.
The Scottish government’s targeted time has dropped from 78.6 per cent to 69.7 per cent in a year, and in September an estimated 3583 patients did not meet the referral target. This makes Lothian figures the worst in Scotland.
Last night Chris McQueer announced that he will be releasing a sequel to his literary sensation Hings. Hings: […]
The appeal to reduce convicted murderer Tamveer Ahmed’s 27 year sentence was quashed today at the High Court in Edinburgh.
Ahmed, 32, from Bradford in Yorkshire, murdered 40 year old shopkeeper Asas Shah in a brutal knife attack which left Shah with injuries similar to those seen in a road traffic accident.
A 52-year-old man has been sentenced to eight years’ imprisonment for rape, at Edinburgh High Court earlier […]
By Carolina Morais A campaign is being launched today by a Scottish organisation to mark the International Day […]
Last week marked ten years since U.S and U.K troops led coalition forces into the second invasion of […]
The Black Keys had the Glasgow crowd bouncing, dancing and singing at the tops of their voices at […]
Glasgow Rangers have more than 140 years of history, but the past few months may have been the […]
A requiem mass for Paul McBride was held this morning at St Aloysius in Glasgow. Hundreds of people […]
BY BURCIN MERTCAN Glasgow’s Riverside Museum is the UK’s newest and most exciting visitor attraction, home to the […]
by Ray Philp
A health authority has expressed their “deepest sympathies” for the family of a 9 year old daughter who died of anaphylactic shock shortly after a GP had failed to prescribe a device that could have saved her life.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde were implicated in a report published by the Scottish Public Services Ombudsman that criticised the lack of clear guidance regarding the prescription of adrenaline auto injector pens, or EpiPens.
by Ryan C. Gavan
Being an impartial observer, spending time covering the Old Firm clash at Hampden Park yesterday was an experience in the very least. It was the first time the teams have met since the much publicised game two weeks ago, all eyes were watching. I went wondering whether the fans had taken any notice of the warnings or the Summit on the Old Firm.
I was greeted by a very heavy police presence. It looked to me like a the preparation for a riot. Mixing with fans on both sides, I noticed that the sectarian attitude is engrained to Old Firm meetings. Tri-colours on one side, Union Jacks on the other, it goes beyond religion to politics, using that term very loosely. One Rangers fan had a scarf with the words “William of Orange” while a Celtic fan wore a top with “Bobby Sands MP” embroidered in orange and green. Speaking to both sets of fans, they blame the other for the trouble. The real issue here is the culture, the so-called “90-minute bigot.” They go to the game, sing their sectarian songs and go home, not thinking about it until the next meeting. The issue for politicians, police and the Old Firm itself, is how to change years of hatred. Many wonder whether this is even possible.
By Jen McClure Findings of a recent health survey of Scotland’s largest city found that Glaswegians are 1 […]
By Celeste Carrigan Students in Glasgow today are gearing up for a mass walkout, in protest to increased tuition […]
Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Art Gallery today opened its first art sale aiming to raise money to fund city’s new […]
By Celeste Carrigan The cold winter nights are truly upon us. As the fireworks fall from Guy Fawkes […]
By Katariina Rawlins The 5th of November The Coalition Government at Westminster are currently considering how to best […]
By Luke Langlands
“If every drug addict woman got into treatment and got clean it would be wonderful, but that’s not the reality…money motivates people – it’s a bribe”. These are the words of Barbara Harris – the founder and head of Project Prevention – the US organization set-up to “bribe” drug addicts into sterilization for $300. Harris is now plying her trade in the UK, with a recent visit to Glasgow and more planned in the future.
By Katy Docherty
Tommy Sheridan has accused former Scottish Socialist Party (SSP) member Alan McCombes of scripting tapes in which ex-SSP leader confesses to visiting sex clubs.
McCombes denied accusations that he collaborated with Sheridan’s best man George McNeilage to create the damaging video.
McCombes denied these claims: “That is just nonsense. Neither did I hire Rory Bremner to do an impersonation, Tommy.”
By Ryan C. Gavan Two goals from Roberto Soldado and a third from Tino Costa thwarted Rangers from […]
By Claudie Qumsieh Holyrood is considering a proposed residential development which, opposition say, will destroy a unique community. Recently around 300 protesters marched through […]
By Celeste Carrigan It is the time of year when the ghost and ghouls come out to play. This […]
Scottish Athletes confirm there will be no 2010 boycott By Adam Bergin Glasgow Commonwealth Games officials have confirmed […]
By Phil Turnbull Tickets for rock legends Kiss’ upcoming Glasgow show sold out within ten minutes of going on […]
By David Henderson Seaweed baths and solar panels. Underwater heat pumps and rainwater harvesting. It sounds like utopia […]