-By Zainab Arowoshere The world has seen many diseases but came out strong from each one. COVID 19 is a particular disease that has actually raised a lot of questions from religious people who thinks the world might be coming … Continue reading Covid 19- A punishment from God?
By Zainab, The University made an announcement on friday tor its student to stay away from all of the Campuses from March 16 2020 due to the spread of the deadly disease known as Corona Virus. While some students think … Continue reading UWS International Student wants more information and assurance of their stay in the UK as COVID 19 spreads
By Nora Garcia The UWS Ayr Campus advised last Friday for their students ‘’not to attend campuses from the 16th of March’’ as a consequence of the spread of the coronavirus. After that announcement, UWS International students started to get … Continue reading UWS Ayr Campus international students returning to their countries as COVID-19 spreads
The Beechwood Guest House on Prestwick Road, Mancini’s Ice Cream in Prestwick and The Waterfront Restaurant in Ayr all speak to UWS News detailing the vital role tourists from both England and across the world have on their businesses. Continue reading Ayrshire Businesses Highlight The Importance Tourism Plays In The Local Economy
By Layla Maguire An empowering short film was released by Girls. Girls. Girls Magazine where actress Cynthia Nixon boldly recited a blog, “Be a lady, they said,” which was written by Camille Rainville in 2017. The blog captures the reality … Continue reading “You’re asking for it.” They said.
By Dale Eaton The world in 2020, peoples lives are almost intertwined with the internet. Despite this not enough of the internets users know how to protect themselves online. According to a government survey 32% of businesses and 22% of … Continue reading Are you safe online?: Scotland Cyber Week 2020
By Ben Kearney Further mass-criticism of VAR has prompted Arsene Wenger to announce that changes to the offside rule could be made, to help reduce ambiguity. Wenger, who is now FIFA’s Chief of Global Football Development, has suggested that a … Continue reading VAR controversy could see change in offside rule
By Dale Eaton Ayr’s Station Hotel was ruled a dangerous building in March 2018 and is still under a cloud of construction nearly two years later. The Station Hotel, which has been a staple of Ayr’s landscape since as early … Continue reading Ayr’s Stagnant Station Hotel
By Ben Kearney Scotland’s Cerebral Palsy National Football Team are determined to reclaim their place as one of the world’s best. Funding has been severely cut over time from the Scottish FA, and the group have struggled to keep up … Continue reading Scotland’s Cerebral Palsy football team look ahead to important year
By Ben Kearney Poor mental health within the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) will only increase, if firefighters accept a pay-rise that will include a broadened adult social care role, a top union official has said. The SFRS has … Continue reading Firefighter mental health could suffer under new roles