By Ryan Capperauld. In a visit to the UWS campus in Ayr, guest lecturer Phil Taylor (Security Network Engineer) of Palo Alto Networks stressed the importance of online safety in the age of internet usage. Taylor outlined the dangers that hacking and the gathering of data can pose online, urging students and staff members at the university to become self-aware of how their activities online could … Continue reading Palo Alto Networks talk “online safety” at UWS.
Under new plans Hunterston PARC in North Ayrshire is set to become an oil rig decommissioning hub, hoping to provide hundreds of jobs for the surrounding area. But many are sceptical of the developments, believing that the jobs are over-estimated and the environment will be adversely compromised. Brandon Cook, a student at UWS, looks into the situation deeper in this eye-opening documentary as part of … Continue reading ‘The Hunterston Proposal’ Fairlie’s Fight, A Community Divided
Presented by Eszter Tarnai and Sarah Peddie with reports from Jack Ewing, Amy Park, Alex Doherty, Scott Bevan and Anais Mampuya. Sports reports and analysis from Darren Weir and Sandrine Wyrich. Directed by Sarah Heckes, technical consultant Gareth Malone. Continue reading UWS TV, “On Ayr” February 2019
Edited by Cameron Middleton with reports from, Jack Currie, Sarah Peddie, Sandrine Wyrich. The latest sports news headlines from across the UK with George Connolly. Transfer window analysis provided by Ronan Alexander and Kris Smith. Continue reading UWS Sports News: Transfer Window Special 2019
UWS News deliver extensive coverage of the Oscars, Brexit and all your latest news headlines from across Scotland. Edited by Scott McLeod, Reporters Eszter Tarnai, Anais Mumpuya, Alex Docherty and Jack Ewing, Continue reading UWS NEWS RADIO ON AYR FEBRUARY 2019
By Jack Ewing In a letter to the First Minister, published in the Scottish Education Journal, a teacher from Fife criticised the Scottish government saying that he saw ‘little evidence’ of education being a top priority for the government. Dean Scott, from Fife, said the government was using education as a ‘bargaining chip’ and for ‘political point scoring’. Scott, who is an SNP member, … Continue reading SNP member teacher blasts the Scottish Government’s record on education
By Marc Birch and Lewis Walker Kilmarnock Football Club have enjoyed a successful start to the 2018/19 Scottish Premiership season. Leading them to an unexpected title challenge, in the current campaign. However, with winger Jordan Jones signing a pre-contract agreement with Rangers to join them at the end of the season, and man in form Greg Stewart being recalled from his loan spell by parent … Continue reading Kilmarnock FC 2018/19 season so far