By Alice Liana Galli The Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon warns that coronavirus advice “shouldn’t be seen as optional” but as a set of rules to be followed by everyone. That includes young people who she says are showing “sense of invincibility” during the ongoing pandemic. The warning follows the rise of the Scottish death-toll to 14 from Covid-19. Speaking on BBC radio Scotland Good morning Scotland programme earlier today, Nicola Sturgeon declared that the rules put in place by the Scottish Government are the key to slowing down the spread of the virus and reduce its peak impact, and … Continue reading Facing Covid-19 while young and "Invincible"
Edited by Cameron Middleton with reports from, Jack Currie, Sarah Peddie, Sandrine Wyrich. The latest sports news headlines from across the UK with George Connolly. Transfer window analysis provided by Ronan Alexander and Kris Smith. Continue reading UWS Sports News: Transfer Window Special 2019
by Alex Docherty Oil and Gas Firms could be getting Tax breaks worth almost £13 billion – to help them with the cost of decommissioning platforms in the North Sea. The Government may also miss out on over £11 billion … Continue reading Oil Industry Wants You To Foot Their Decommissioning Bill
By Anthony Evans Aberdeen striker Bruce Anderson’s impressive form has earned him a call up to the Scotland u20s side for their upcoming friendly against Turkey in Murcia, Spain this weekend. Scot Gemmill has named his #SCO20s squad to face … Continue reading Anderson starting to reap rewards
by Alex Docherty The Oil and Gas Authority today called for the oil and gas industry to increase “cost effective” drilling activity in the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS). More than 7,800 wells have already been drilled in the UKCS to date, … Continue reading Oil Authority Want to Drill More Oil