By Peter Quinn With the COP26 conference taking place in the next few weeks in Glasgow, Scotland’s climate policy will be under global scrutiny over that period. With world leaders coming to […]
By Rebecca Tierney In July, Boris Johnson’s former press secretary Allegra Stratton said people could join the Green Party in their fight against climate change. In response to what members of the […]
By Scott Bradley On the 8th of October earlier this month, SPFL clubs met to discuss the prospect of bringing VAR into Scottish football. Kosovo, Thailand and Morocco all have VAR in […]
By Peter Quinn & Norbert Salat Community spirit is alive and well in Kincaidston as residents of the Ayrshire housing estate have come together to support one another following an explosion at […]
By Norbert Salat and Peter Quinn The evening of October 18, two houses in Ayr exploded due to a suspected gas leak. The tragic event has affected many neighbouring households in the […]
Residents of Ayr got their chance to ask questions about the planned £45 million leisure facility for the town centre. The virtual conference and Q&A session was hosted by South Ayrshire Council, but those […]
Interview with UWS student Matthews Akindele Oluseyi
by Adam Campbell By Adam Campbell Evidence suggests young people are becoming more anxious about climate change and the ecological crisis. The scale and intensity of climate change – and the cacophony […]
UWS Sports Journalism class of 2020 alum Scott Gibson discusses his graduate journey and provides insights and tips for those hoping to enter club media.
Some of the MA class VO/OOVS on Covid-19 utilising video shot by the lecturer and MediaPoint Scotland press release information.