UWS are backing a photography competition for the 2021 Refugee Festival Scotland. Students are challenged to use their imagination and capture what inspires them with three different categories to choose from: ‘My Happy […]
By Regan Kelly and Robbie Hanratty Today marks the first day since March last year that spectators have been welcomed past the gates at Ayr Racecourse. Five hundred lucky punters turned out […]
As Scotland’s youngest pupils begin a phased return to schools next Monday, a mother-of-three and a primary school teacher share their perspectives.
The Scottish government has outlined a plan for school kids to return to classrooms full time after the 22nd of February The plan is for kids in primary one to three to […]
By Layla Maguire Despite the developments with the COVID-19 vaccination, there is no cure for the mental distress that the pandemic has caused millions of people across the globe. The effects of […]
Keeping the music scene thriving during a pandemic.
By Shannon Lennox After months of protests fighting the near total ban on abortion in Poland, the government announced the ban will take effect from midnight on Wednesday. The ruling made in […]
By Amber Smith Safety of staff and patients alike is the priority; however, this has been compromised by hundreds of patients going to accident and emergency about health issues that do not […]
By Calum Brown Liverpool-born midfielder Greg Tansey started his career at Stockport County, before a move up north came about with Inverness Caledonian Thistle. Whilst in the Highlands with the Caley Jags, […]
By Kiana Greenan 25-year-old, Lauren Primrose @weeprimm from Glasgow was left unemployed due to the pandemic last year. Like many people lockdown massively impacted her mental health. A combination of unemployment and isolation left her looking […]