But then a shocker which really stirred up public interest and certain protest emerged on social media. Newspapers are played out when it comes to readers’ letters which used to be the best read (and the best written) parts of the paper. … More GOD’S ACRE IS DESECRATED BY COUNCIL AUSTERITY
Rangers and Celtic management, players and fans went along to St Andrew’s Catholic Cathedral in Clyde Street to pray for supporters who had died at the match and for reconciliation and friendship amongst those who survived. … More FOOTBALL CLUBS: WHEN WILL THEY EVER LEARN?
Levengrove Park has undergone significant refurbishment following investment from the National Lottery and now hosts Greenspace, a pavilion café and children’s play area. … More LOVELY LEVENGROVE NOMINATED IN BEST PARK AWARDS
The new Royal Hospital for Children and Young People, which will have over 200 beds, was supposed to open in July, but health secretary Jeane Freeman overruled NHS Lothian after last-minute inspections found safety concerns over its ventilation system … More ANOTHER NEW HOSPITAL DISASTER FOR FREEMAN
The dedicated exam results support line will open at 8am on Tuesday 6 August and will be available to students until Wednesday 14 August. Careers advisers are available to all students … More SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SCOTLAND EXAMS HELPLINE
Graham will have the opportunity to ask Campbell his thoughts on how the media is used within political campaigns to influence audiences, and how drama rather than other genres perhaps reaches alternative demographics and achieves impact that traditional news coverage doesn’t. … More PUNDIT VERSUS PLAYWRIGHT AT EDINBURGH TV FESTIVAL
How a warning about about children in danger at Cardross level crossing ended up in Wales and took Network Rail seven hours to answer … More DANGER ON THE LINE AT CARDROSS LEVEL CROSSING