South Ayrshire supports LGBT

By Natalie Miller South Ayrshire Council County Buildings have announced they will be supporting LGBT History Month next February when they fly the Pride flag for the whole month. Although LGBT History Month is celebrated for those 28 days, LGBT History supports the community all year round as they spread the message equality for all. This year at the end of the month the film … Continue reading South Ayrshire supports LGBT

Arise Steve Clarke – the saviour of Scotland’s oldest professional football club?

By Callum Scott THE DAWNING of a new era is emerging at Rugby Park. Monday saw the appointment of Chelsea legend Steve Clarke as the club’s new manager on a two and a half year-deal. It has appeased the club’s fans as well as figures all across the Scottish game – journalists and punters alike. This comes as Scotland’s oldest professional club has had its … Continue reading Arise Steve Clarke – the saviour of Scotland’s oldest professional football club?

“On Ayr” Episode 2

“On Ayr” Episode 2: presented by Hazel Urquhart and Agatha Latorre Redondo, news anchor Liam Menzies, in studio correspondent Matt Bryan, Reports from Calum Fisher, Sandrine Wyrich, Corinne Hall. News story contributors Amy McGhee, Olivia Armstrong and Cara Houston, produced by James Mahon for UWS  Journalism 1BA and 3BA, Directed and post production by Calum J Walker. Continue reading “On Ayr” Episode 2

Paralympian Jo Butterfield on care and accessibility

By Sanjeev Mann “Never give up” was the message from the Paralympic Gold Medallist Jo Butterfield when she spoke at a health event at UWS Paisley earlier this week. The sports champion won gold in the F51 discus throw during the Rio Paralympic Games in August and is also European record holder, securing a European title in 2014, as well as world gold in 2015. UWSnewsroom caught up … Continue reading Paralympian Jo Butterfield on care and accessibility

The 2016 Treble we all wish we had put on

By Callum Kerr AS the 2016 calendar year draws to a close there has only been one stand alone term to describe this year – unpredictability. At the end of every year the metaphorical bookmaker rubs his hands at a successful 12 months of dipping from the pockets of gamblers; but 2016 has thrown a few curveballs, providing sleepless nights for some of our favourite bookies. … Continue reading The 2016 Treble we all wish we had put on