by Mya Bollan Online banking may not be an option for everyone but what are banks doing to support customers? Bank branches are permitted to stay open, despite the strict rules that have ordered non essential shops and businesses to … Continue reading Banking and Coronavirus: Is online banking accessible for all?
By Gordon McColm Local authorities may be forced to further limit their Waste Collection services to reduce risk and alleviate pressure on staff. East Dunbartonshire Council announced last night they would no longer collect recycling from residents. Currently all three … Continue reading Ayrshire Councils could suspend Recycling Collection as the Coronavirus Outbreak hits services
By Zainab Arowoshere Following the prime Minister’s announcement some days ago to only leave home when it is absolutely necessary, and all non essential shops to be closed immediately to stop the outbreak of the disease. The Scottish First Minister … Continue reading Glasgow's empty streets as Scotland goes into Lockdown due to COVID 19
by Mya Bollan Nurses of the future and nurses of the past are setting up to face the front line in battle against COVID-19 pandemic. The Scottish Government have reached out to student nurses and retired nurses in a bid … Continue reading Student and Retired Nurses Called Up to Battle
By Sarah Livingston The 2020 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo, Japan have been postponed. The Games, which were originally scheduled to take place from July 24 – August 9, will now take place no later than the summer … Continue reading 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games postponed over Covid-19 fears
By Christopher Dass The corona virus lock down across many countries has caused difficulties for many business except the for a few like the online gaming industry. Online Gaming industry is a popular business that is helping many people get through the lock down. One such business that has taken to the online gaming is the Unboxed café https://uwsnewsroom.com/2020/03/24/local-business-in-ayr-fear-for-future-amid-coronavirus-outbreak/. Whit the improvement of technology online gaming saw its place in the world gaining popularity with the millennials. This led to a new world of sport and competition creating its own brand, with board games having to compete with it. Now … Continue reading Gaming Through Corona Lock Down
By Alice Liana Galli Dating at the time of Covid-19 can be challenging, especially with the new rules set in place all over Scotland yesterday. Without being able to leave the house- except for the bare necessities like going grocery shopping, exercising once a day, going to work or to the pharmacy- meeting new people or spending time with our lovers is almost impossible. But can Covid-19 really kill love? According to the sexual health and consent educator Samantha Bitty, love can survive the ongoing pandemic even in isolation. How? Using creativity and moving personal intimacy from in person to … Continue reading Can Covid-19 kill love? All the secrets to survive dating and being in a relationship
By Nora Garcia Around 20% of the global population is now in quarantine due to the Coronavirus spread. Europe is one of the principal spots of the virus as the number of positive cases and deaths is rising. 155 Countries … Continue reading Inside the Quarantine
By Zainab Arowoshere. Food and homeless Charity Organisations across Scotland are struggling to keep up with the Corona virus Pandemic. Suzie Rose from Shelter Organisation speaks for many when she says we are Flat out. And she added. “Unfortunately our staffing situation has not improved during a global health emergency. My colleagues are under incredible strain just now”. “As the Coronavirus pandemic unfolds in the Uk, our main priority is ensuring the safety of everyone needing help, someone volunteering their time, or someone making a donation“ This sentiment was echoed by Trussel Trust, stop hunger Uk. Charity Organisations and food … Continue reading Charity Organisations and food Banks help to tackle Covid 19.
By Gordon McColm Local Businesses face difficult decisions as the lock down was confirmed last night. Some have begun to migrate some of their business online, but for others they’ve had to close completely. Grants announced by the Government have … Continue reading Local Businesses in Ayr concerned for their Future amid Coronavirus outbreak