AN 18-YEAR-OLD has been expelled from Fettes College after being caught in bed with another student on a […]
by Cormac Rae
Parents and students from Boroughmuir High School complained of a two tiered queuing system at a nearby Tesco metro store.
According to reports, private school George Watson’s student were not required to queue whilst state school Boroughmuir students were allegedly made to wait in a line.
Controversy occurred when a parent and lecturer at Edinburgh University, Neil Pollock engaged in a Twitter spat with a Tesco representative.
Edinburgh has been ranked as the UK’s second-best student city this year despite the rising demand for cheaper […]
Earlier this month Buzz Magazine asked Napier students their opinions on the issue of Scottish independence. 569 students (3.3% […]
Universities are working in conjunction with Lothian and Borders Police to raise awareness around the increase of rapes […]
by Natalia Rodríguez Domínguez Just three days before the Spanish General Elections, thousands of students and teaching staff […]
By Giulia Mattei Yesterday morning, Tuesday the 22nd of March, students from all over Scotland gathered together in […]
Expenses MPs to be tried Three ex-Labour MPs involved in the expenses scandal, including Jim Devine of Livingston, […]
by Zac Baker Edinburgh evening venue The Hive last night announced plans for the coming weeks to replace […]
by Katy Docherty
A Mexican Archbishop today called for a cease to country’s bloody battle against drug cartels. His plea comes at the funeral of the latest 18 victims to be caught up in gang violence.
The Archbishop of Morelia told mourners that he hoped these deaths “may act as a seed to produce a different Mexico – a brotherly, fair and just one.”
The motive for the deaths is not clear. The victims were a group of mechanics who alledgedly saved up to go on holiday together. They disappeared on 30th September, shortly after leaving their home town of Morelia.
The Mayor of Morelia called upon citizens to rally together in the face of tragedy, adding “crime will not break our spirits”.
Police discovered the mass grave after two unidentified men declared in an online video they had been ordered to kill and bury the tourists. The bodies of the two men were found alongside the murdered holiday-makers.
By Lauren Codling Concerns have been sparked after a local man was attacked near the Napier Sighthill Campus […]
By Ryan C. Gavan Foreign Office Minister Jeremy Browne told the Question Time audience in London this week “soldiers […]
By Nicola Dick Government plans for English Universities to charge £9000 for tuition fees by 2012 could have […]
by Kirsty Tobin Irish students have been involved today, Wednesday, in clashes with Gardaí as protests in the […]
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 Mike Russell, the Cabinet Secretary for Education in Scotland, has promised not to introduce […]
by Kirsty Tobin It wasn’t supposed to be like this. We were sold the dream of graduating into […]
By Alicia Warner Johnny Depp surprised children in a South London school on Wednesday when he paid them […]
by Katy Docherty Women who enjoy a weekly glass of wine during pregnancy are not putting their child […]
By Ryan C. Gavan The Scottish Government’s measures to give licensing boards the ability to raise the age […]
By Ross Doyle The Scottish parliament have announced they will invest £30 million into helping student support. They […]
by Anna Fenton The Conservatives have said they will increase tuition fees to £7,000 if they take power […]
by Andrew Moir Over thirty thousand people turned out on Saturday to protest the G20 summit. Students played […]
By Paul McCormack Napier University’s student newspaper, Veritas, will release its 100th issue today ahead of the announcement […]
By Edmund Brown The credit crunch has affected all social groups and students are no exception. Young people […]