Eyes on the Prize for Scottish Teams ahead of European Curling Championships

By Sandrine Wyrich Tallinn is set to stage the 44th edition of the European Curling Championships. After being selected as the 2018 host to the annual tournament in February last year, the icy action is about to get underway now with the competition starting this Saturday in the Tondiraba Ice Hall. Founded in 2002 with just two sets of stones bought from Finland and home-made brooms, the … Continue reading Eyes on the Prize for Scottish Teams ahead of European Curling Championships

Anderson starting to reap rewards

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 Turkey at the Pinatar Arena in Murcia, Spain on Saturday 17 November. ➡️ Read more: https://t.co/iLjsv50Oxm#YoungTeam pic.twitter.com/hLiEaxKBaA — Scotland National Team (@ScotlandNT) November 5, 2018 … Continue reading Anderson starting to reap rewards

Rangers in Moscow – Blue Wave Descends on Red Square

by David Marshall Over 700 Rangers fans are expected to travel to Moscow ahead of the Ibrox side’s Europa League tie with Spartak Moscow. Rangers Supporters Liaison Officer, Greg Marshall, says that huge travelling support is ‘incredible’. He continued: “I’ve always said that we have the best support in the country and when you look at the amount of people we have going on a … Continue reading Rangers in Moscow – Blue Wave Descends on Red Square

Tennent’s Spend £1million Building Visitor Centre While Alcohol Related Deaths Increase by 54% in Scotland

A Glasgow based brewery has invested £1million into a new historical visitor centre to tell the tale of how the popular Scottish lager was first created. It is suggested tourists spend around £1billion per year on food and drink while visiting Scotland. Tourism chiefs in the city hope the new tourist attraction will help bring Glasgow closer to its goal of attracting one million new … Continue reading Tennent’s Spend £1million Building Visitor Centre While Alcohol Related Deaths Increase by 54% in Scotland

STUC continues to take measures to improve women’s condition in Scotland

The Scottish Trades Union Congress Women’s Conference is hosting the annual STUC Women’s Conference to raise issues about abuse and harassment women face at work. By Anaïs MAMPUYA. (credit @the STUC) ACTIVISTS are speaking up about abuse and harassment women face at work at the annual STUC Women’s Conference.  The Conference is organised by the STUC Women’s Committee and involves 120 female trade unionists. It is led by Sharon Edwards of the Public and Commercial Service Union and STUC … Continue reading STUC continues to take measures to improve women’s condition in Scotland

Oil Authority Want to Drill More Oil

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, and have produced over 44 billion barrels of oil. OGA’s Wells Insight Report also proposes to cut the cost when they are abandon their existing … Continue reading Oil Authority Want to Drill More Oil