by George Joseph An award-winning UWS dementia project has been unveiled as part of a collaborative national educational resource. The Alzheimer Scotland Centre for Policy and Practice at UWS was awarded its […]
By Peter Quinn MA Broadcast Journalism students’ radio bulletin, delivered at 3pm on Monday, November 22.
By Peter Quinn MA Broadcast Journalism students’ radio bulletin at 2pm on Monday November 22.
By Rebecca Tierney Tomorrow will see the First Minister making a decision on stricter vaccine passports. We spoke to staff and students on campus in Ayr today to garner public opinion. In […]
By Akindele Matthews People in South Ayrshire have been urged to be vigilant when purchasing E-cigs after trading standards seized more than 800 illegal vapes. Councillor Philip Saxton urged the people of […]
by George Joseph A new plan for disabled children is opening across Scotland. The plan aims to provide support for the extra costs that a disabled child might have. Disabled children under […]
By Peter Quinn Following the explosion at a house on Gorse Park, Kincaidston last month, the Scottish Gas Network have announced this week that they will be holding drop-in sessions at the […]
by Akindele Matthews The NHS has since the beginning of October embark on processes to get people vaccinated against flu and COVID-19. They have been a series of invitation letters written out […]
By Rebecca Tierney Most people live their whole lives without having their dreams realised – this is not the case for Craig Russell.The personal trainer from the East End of Glasgow is […]
Environmental Project Supported by UWS Staff and Students, Based at Govan Docks Becomes a Cop26 Delegate Attraction
4th year UWS BA Journalism/Sports Journalism visit Govan docks to highlight an environmental project which demonstrates how plants can help with reclaiming polluted soil. The site is being repurposed from wasteland to […]