By Lewis McLeod and Ben Kearney Ayr Ladies have recently hit a bit of poor form losing their last three matches to the aggregate of 211-0 with their most recent match against Watsonian RC seeing them lose 98-0 but a … Continue reading Ayr Ladies Rugby looking to bounce back after a string of defeats
By Leigh Taylor In the almost three and a half years since the British public voted to leave the European Union, the news media hasn’t been short of coverage from scandals to resignations to extension after extension. It can be … Continue reading Brexit: Did the UK news media do its job?
By Eszter Tarnai A review to change defamation law in Scotland has been launched by the Government today. The aim is to keep up with the ever-changing world of social media in the 21st century. Damaging an individual’s reputation through false communication, or defamation is a growing concern in Scotland, especially online, with the growing popularity of social media. According to Community Safety Minister Ash Denham, who is launching the review, it is time for a change. Defamation does not only concern journalists, but with the use of social media, or even just words, anyone can easily be a victim. … Continue reading Consultation on Scots defamation law – Have your say!
By Jack Ewing Speaking a short time ago from a factory in Stoke, Theresa May warned MP’s both no deal and no Brexit would be “Damaging and Catastrophic”, as she urged MP’s to back her deal. Theresa May called on … Continue reading BREAKING: Theresa May warns: “Parliament paralysis more likely to lead to no Brexit rather than no Deal”
By Jack Ewing In a matter of months, perhaps even a matter of days, one of Britain’s greatest ever sportsman will hang up his racket for the last time. Andy Murray will be regarded as the most successful British tennis … Continue reading It’s Game, Set and Match for Murray.
Christmas is finally here and there’s nothing like the yearly festivities in Glasgow, but this year it is bigger and better. There are more stalls (including vegan food options), a wider variety of food, a vast range of activities and … Continue reading Glasgow Loves Christmas
BY FIONA MACKIE NETFLIX announced yesterday on Twitter that the online streaming service will be remaking Roald Dahl’s best known books in animation form. This will include well – known favourites Matilda and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, along with The BFG, George’s Marvellous Medicine, and The Twits. Roald Dahl is still incredibly popular with his works today, despite his last book Esio Trot being released in 1990, the same year he died. Since passing away, the following year two books were published posthumously called The Minpins and The Vicar of Nibblewicke. As of 2015, Dahl’s books have sold more … Continue reading Netflix Giant to Adapt Beloved Roald Dahl Books into Movies
BY SUSIE PATERSON Scotland’s addiction problem is not getting better. In fact NHS statistics show 934 drug related deaths were reported in Scotland in 2017, and the signs are it’s getting worse. In July this year the Guardian online reported … Continue reading Someone Else’s Addiction
BY PETYA PLACHKOVA What to look for when shopping at the markets? Christmas is just around the corner. If you are falling behind with your Christmas shopping or you are just looking to enjoy a nice cozy evening, the St. Enoch Square Christmas markets could be your place. For all the foodies, you can find a range of international cuisine. Mexican, Chinese and German are just a few of the many options you could choose from. The newest addition to this year’s markets are the two new German chalets, where you can find beer and mulled wine, and the German … Continue reading St Enoch Square Christmas Markets Are Back!
Presented by Anaïs Mampuya. Reports from Alex Docherty, Jamie Costello, Eszter Tárnai, Lewis Walker and George Connolly. Continue reading UWS News November 13th 2018