By George Joseph Matthews believes that the UK offers one of the best quality education in the world but it is challenging though, due to the pandemic most of the classes are […]
Hospitality workers call for guidance sooner rather than later
By Rebecca Tierney Nicola Sturgeon has outlined new restrictions and guidance in an address to the Scottish Parliament today. The announcement comes in the wake of Deputy First Minister John Swinney warning […]
Kilmarnock rings the Christmas bell despite concerns of Covid-19
By George Joseph People of Kilmarnock are ready to celebrate the advent of Christmas this year. They are not willing to spoil this festive season. People don’t expect a lockdown situation due […]
Vaccine Passport Poll errs on side of Positive
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 […]
Two Birds Fitness: Surviving COVID-19
By David Robson COVID-19 has proved to be catastrophic for most businesses with many struggling to get back to their feet even now after a sense of normality has resumed. This isn’t […]
Covid-19: A Catalyst for Change?
By Rebecca Tierney In the past twenty months, life has changed drastically for all sectors in Scotland not the least of which is the theatre industry.I caught up with Glasgow-based theatre practitioner […]
New Ayrshire Restaurant Thriving Despite Pandemic Pressures
By Harris Cumming THE Coronavirus pandemic has wrought havoc on the hospitality industry over the last 18 months. Even huge players such as the Wetherspoons group have felt the strain, posting its […]
Covid: Catalyst for Climate Action?
By Harris Cumming THREE million deaths worldwide. Thousands left with long term side effects. Seemingly endless periods of isolation and loneliness. These are just some of the cruel realities which the Covid […]
MA Class Covid VO/OOVs 2021
Some of the MA class VO/OOVS on Covid-19 utilising video shot by the lecturer and MediaPoint Scotland press release information.
MA Social Shorts March 2021
A collection of social shorts from our MA class of 2021 on topical issues facing Scottish and Irish residents in Spring 2021