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Pakistani Minister brings Bollywood boogie to Paisley parishioners

by Scott S Bevan Church of Scotland Minister, Peter Gill, has been bringing a touch of eastern glamour to his congregation at Wallneuk North Church in Paisley. The 54 year old has been introducing various community events where Bollywood dancing mixes with Scottish ceilidhs to create a cross-cultural experience at the forward thinking parish. Peter is proud to help take on the role of attempting … Continue reading Pakistani Minister brings Bollywood boogie to Paisley parishioners

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Almost 300 Nuclear Safety Incidents Now Publicly Exposed

by Alex Docherty  Defence Minister Stuart Andrew revealed in a letter to SNP MP for Edinburgh North and Leith Deidre Brock, that more than 700 nuclear safety events have been recorded at Scotland’s nuclear bases since 2006. These nuclear safety events of which there were 789 happened at HM Naval Base Clyde at Faslane and Royal Naval Armaments Depot Coulport between 2006 and 2018. The … Continue reading Almost 300 Nuclear Safety Incidents Now Publicly Exposed

Kilmarnock FC 2018/19 season so far

By Marc Birch and Lewis Walker Kilmarnock Football Club have enjoyed a successful start to the 2018/19 Scottish Premiership season. Leading them to an unexpected title challenge, in the current campaign. However, with winger Jordan Jones signing a pre-contract agreement with Rangers to join them at the end of the season, and man in form Greg Stewart being recalled from his loan spell by parent … Continue reading Kilmarnock FC 2018/19 season so far

Auchinleck Talbot v Ayr Utd Preview

By Jacob Toland Video presented by George Connolly Ayr United travel to Auchinleck Talbot in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup this weekend in an Ayrshire derby. The tie marks the first time that the two clubs have met at this level and the television cameras will be there to record the historic occasion. Ayr will go into the game as favourites with Ian … Continue reading Auchinleck Talbot v Ayr Utd Preview

BREXIT PANDEMONIUM: WHAT DO THE PEOPLE THINK?

by Myrren Porter Across Scotland people have been giving their thoughts and reactions following Theresa May’s historic defeat last night in the Commons over her Brexit deal. Senior ministers have insisted that Theresa May is committed to reaching out across party lines to build a Brexit consensus following the crushing defeat of her plan for leaving the EU.  Labour, however, claim that she has had … Continue reading BREXIT PANDEMONIUM: WHAT DO THE PEOPLE THINK?

Manny Pacquiao v Adrien Broner live on ITV4 this weekend

By Anthony Evans @anthonyevans97 ITV has another free-to-air world championship fight this Saturday night as Manny Pacquiao defends his WBA (regular) welterweight title against Adrien Broner at the MGM Garand in Las Vegas. The UK broadcaster showcased its first world title fight from over the pond last week when it aired undefeated American Caleb Plant’s unanimous points victory over Jose Uzcategui to claim the IBF … Continue reading Manny Pacquiao v Adrien Broner live on ITV4 this weekend

Preview: Improving Hawick aim to shock title-chasing Ayr

By Ronan Alexander TENNENT’S Premiership league leaders Ayr make the long trip to Hawick on Saturday with the Greens aiming to dent the visitors title hopes. Ayr come into the match top of the table after a narrow 14-7 victory against Boroughmuir at the weekend, keeping Peter Murchie’s men one point ahead of second place Melrose. Photos by George McMillan. For the hosts, they sit … Continue reading Preview: Improving Hawick aim to shock title-chasing Ayr

Auchinleck Talbot v Ayr United Preview

By Sarah Peddie Ayr United are set to play another junior team in the Scottish Cup after their previous tie against Beith Juniors. Auchinleck Talbot will host the Championship side this weekend at an historic sellout game at Beechwood Park for the fourth round of the competition. Auchinleck Talbot head into the game on Saturday on a high with an impressive 3-1 win over local … Continue reading Auchinleck Talbot v Ayr United Preview

The Jewel in the Alpine Skiing Crown

By Sandrine Wyrich The world’s biggest and most dangerous ski race returns next week. The competitions on Mount Hahnenkamm stand for excitement, pure energy, centrifugal forces, artistry and ability with the downhill race on the Streif slope being the jewel in the crown. Once every year, the small town of Kitzbuhel awakes for Austria’s greatest sporting festival. Around 100,000 spectators are on-site to watch the … Continue reading The Jewel in the Alpine Skiing Crown