Gilmour eyes further progression in the Scottish Open Grand Prix

By Chris Macmillan. THE 2017 Scottish Open Grand Prix in badminton continues today at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow, and Scottish singles hopes rest on the shoulders of two-time runner-up and number one seed Kirsty Gilmour. The Scottish Open Grand Prix is the third oldest Championships in world badminton and has been held at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow since 2012, and has gained a … Continue reading Gilmour eyes further progression in the Scottish Open Grand Prix

Annie Lennox the Chancellor

By Lea Fabbrini Singer-songwriter and social activist Annie Lennox is the first ever female Chancellor of Glasgow Caledonian University. The Eurythmics singer with doctor title succeeds the Nobel Peace Prize Winner Professor Muhammad Yunus, founder of the Grameen Bank and Social Business Movement and anti-poverty campaigner. Today, Friday the 24th of November she is officially to become the next GCU Chancellor. She will be inaugurated into … Continue reading Annie Lennox the Chancellor

GB Basketball Captain Achara seeks good start in World Cup qualifier against Greece.

By Chris Macmillan. GREAT BRITAIN’S men’s basketball team tip off their qualifying campaign for the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) World Cup in 2019 tonight, hosting top seeds in their group Greece at the Leicester Arena. After qualifying for EuroBasket this summer, Great Britain are looking to make it to the FIBA World Cup for the first time. The two sides played each other twice earlier … Continue reading GB Basketball Captain Achara seeks good start in World Cup qualifier against Greece.