by Darren Gibson Storm Ciara swept across the country during the week, causing havoc for public transport and even causing loss of life. The storm brought a Met Office yellow warning for most of the nation, disrupting train travel and … Continue reading Storm Ciara disrupts UWS students’ lives
By Magdalena Szczepanczyk Scotland: the land of lochs, glens and fairy-tale castles. Young people are becoming less and less aware each year of the beauty that Scotland has to offer and choose to visit places abroad instead. According to The … Continue reading Young People on the Discovery of Scottish Beauty
The Glasgow City Region transport project is now underway at Motherwell train station. The project aims to provide an interchange that is of a high standard for commuters and will transform the station into a more accessible and modern link. … Continue reading Work Has Now Begun for Motherwell Train Stations £3.5 million Transport Project.
by Lewis McLeod The UK has issued over 27 million EHIC cards, they cover pre-existing medical conditions as well as emergency care and also maternity care. The NHS have supplied these cards for many years to citizens of UK but now they look to be in danger of being invalid. NHS have put together a blog on their website that has explained what you should expect when travelling in the EU and looking for medical care – https://www.nhs.uk/using-the-nhs/healthcare-abroad/going-abroad-for-treatment/going-abroad-for-medical-treatment/ . If there’s a no deal Brexit, UK citizens can’t rely on their card being valid. Britons would have to buy travel … Continue reading How Brexit Could Invalidate EHIC Cards
By Brandon Cook Two of Scotlands busiest train stations have installed refillable water hubs to combat the waste of thousands of plastic bottles. Passengers at Glasgow Central Station and Edinburgh Waverly will benifit from the use of refillable running water … Continue reading Free water stations will save 1000 plastic bottles per WEEK
By Petya Plachkova INVESTIGATORS are working on finding out how many Uber users in Britain were affected by the breach of data back in October 2016, but was covered up. In an admission made by the US firm’s chief executive … Continue reading Uber users concerned after the hack