Back by popular demand. Joseph by Loudoun Musical Society.

By Jamie Glover Loudoun musical society are back to perform another rendition of the hugely popular, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. The show was granted a second license by theatrical royalty Andrew Lloyd Webber, to perform another production of the show. It has been announced that the musical will return from the fifteenth, to the eighteenth of January, after a huge demand by fans. … Continue reading Back by popular demand. Joseph by Loudoun Musical Society.

“The State of It”: The new platform for Scottish comedy

BY THEODORE ANTONIOU The new comedy series debuted on Friday the 7th of December on BBC Scotland 2  with  some high  praise  and some  criticism  from the  audience. On  one  hand,  people complained about the duration of the show.  While others were reminiscing of some of the classic shows. On the other hand, some people took to Twitter to send their positive thoughts and support to the show. … Continue reading “The State of It”: The new platform for Scottish comedy

“E-Sports the way forward” Says Leading Academic

FOOTBALL ACADEMIC Jonathan Ervine of Bangor University believes Scottish football clubs need to embrace the expanding world of E-Sports, to tap in to the increasingly lucrative market. Speaking at the Football Collective conference at Hampden Park, Ervine said: “E-Sports have become an extremely remunerative way in which football clubs are looking to increase brand exposure. “Looking at France, where E-Sports has taken off, the video … Continue reading “E-Sports the way forward” Says Leading Academic

Million-pound Scottish salmon farming industry deemed unsustainable

By: Manuel Cardo Andrew Graham-Stewart, director of Scottish Salmon and Trout Conservation, called the Scottish open cage salmon industry “unsustainable”. Independent and governmental agencies have been regularly raising concerns over the industry’s environmental footprint and animal welfare practices since 1999. In 2018 alone, a journalistic investigation showed video of sick fish, two parliamentary inquiries damned the industry’s environmental record and lack of proper regulation and … Continue reading Million-pound Scottish salmon farming industry deemed unsustainable

Motherwell Ladies manager Donald Jennow relishes Scottish Cup Final

By Andrew Scott Motherwell Ladies defeated SWPL 1 side Spartans at Forthbank Stadium to reach the SSE Scottish Women’s Cup final for the first time where they’ll face reigning champions Hibernian. Second half goals from Kerry Montgomery and Caitlin Russell sealed a 3-1 victory for the ‘Well after Tegan Reynolds had cancelled out Megan Burns’ early goal. The Women of Steel will now attempt to … Continue reading Motherwell Ladies manager Donald Jennow relishes Scottish Cup Final

Cancer in your Kid’s Christmas Stocking

By Scott McLeod Children in Scotland are consuming around 4.4 million soft drinks per week, an average 60,000 a day according to new figures published today by Cancer Research UK. This comes despite the introduction of the sugar tax earlier this year. The numbers were calculated using data from the 2015-2017 Scottish Health Survey. By applying the frequency of which they were consumed to the … Continue reading Cancer in your Kid’s Christmas Stocking

Young Scots Voice Concern Over Brexit

By Jacob Toland Young Scots today voiced their concerns over how Brexit could shape up with the current deal on the table between Brussels and Westminster. Their worries come on the back of the advocate general to the European Court of Justice claiming that the UK could unilaterally revoke its withdrawal from the European Union. Manuel Campos Sanchez-Bordona announced that the United Kingdom can decide … Continue reading Young Scots Voice Concern Over Brexit