What Does it take to be a Therapet?

Callum Kerr With “Paws Against Stress” – an initiative set up by the Student Association of UWS – visiting the Ayr campus today, UWS Newsroom caught up with Therapet Accessor Linda Whitby. The initiative sees ‘Therapets’ visit the campus offering an opportunity for students to de-stress during hectic parts of the academic calendar. Linda outlined some of the criteria dogs must pass before being considered … Continue reading What Does it take to be a Therapet?

Research to see if heading a football and dementia are linked

By Matt Bryan Calls for research to be carried out to establish the links between heading a football and dementia are growing following the announcement that Celtic and Scotland legend, Billy McNeil, has been suffering the disease. Experts, fans, and charities alike urge the findings to be made in order to help prevention of dementia for generations to come.     Continue reading Research to see if heading a football and dementia are linked

Ayr Station Hotel up for sale.

After 4 years of abandonment, the Ayr Station Hotel is up for sale. Since its sudden shut down back in 2013, the building has become a safety hazard for the Ayr citizens. Its private owner, the Malaysian business man Eng Huat Ung, has finally decided to sell the property giving the Ayrshire council a solution to deterioration of the building.     Continue reading Ayr Station Hotel up for sale.

UWS Sports TV With Kris Boyd

4th year sports journalism delve into sports television. Sybaris Ali chats with iconic Scottish striker Kris Boyd from our Ayr studios with reports from Stefan Arnott who speaks with Football Guru Iain King, a full sports wrap presented by Craig Ferguson plus the BBC’s Rob Maclean offers his views on all in Scottish football in a special panel discussion.   Continue reading UWS Sports TV With Kris Boyd