The service, Watch over my parents (Veiller sur mes parents), was launched last year. Customers – often in their 50s and living in major cities – pay from €20 (£18) a month for postal workers to visit their parents living alone far away. Visits can be weekly or more regular, with a report delivered to the family and an option of a 24-hour helpline and alert system.
David Mitchell whose brilliant photographs appeared in newspapers across the world alongside the first drafts of the history of this truly historic event. And one of them won him the award of News Photographer of the Year.
The Cove and Kilcreggan Book Festival has received funding towards its sixth edition in November. This year’s festival aims to embrace new ambitions and increase the size and diversity of its audience.
We recognise that the decision made by Glasgow City Council to ban further parades planned for this weekend was not based on religious discrimination nor a desire to oppress the protestant faith.
Jackie Baillie MSP has urged Post Office Ltd to use maximum flexibility to ensure that a post office service can continue in Tarbet and Arrochar.
I will be writing to the Chief Planner for Scotland before the Board Meeting to register concerns about the Park’s involvement in the selection and appointment of Flamingo Land and how this has affected the conclusions its reached in the Report.