LETTER TO THE EDITOR

The intervention of former European Council president, Donald Tusk, may mark a significant moment in the on-going debate on Scottish independence as may the European Parliament’s decision to choose a politician of mixed Scottish-German origin from Germany’s CDU as its coordinator for post-Brexit relations with Britain depending on his personal views on the matter. … More LETTER TO THE EDITOR

TARGETS TO BE SET TO REDUCE DEER NUMBERS

Experts call for more controls to curb damage done by deer By Richard Baynes on January 29, 2020 Scotland’s Environment Minister Roseanna Cunningham Strict new rules should be introduced to curb the damage done by deer to the natural environment, according to a major report submitted to the Scottish Government. The report by a team of experts, … More TARGETS TO BE SET TO REDUCE DEER NUMBERS

THAT’S A WRAP FOR CELTIC CONNECTIONS UNTIL 2021

Celtic Connections 2021 is already on the way. Next year’s festival will take place from January 14 to January 31, and organisers have begun work on the colossal task of scheduling an event that this year saw more than 2,100 artists from around the world take part in more than 300 events on 29 stages across the city. … More THAT’S A WRAP FOR CELTIC CONNECTIONS UNTIL 2021

LITTLE INKY FEET PROJECT PROVES A HIT AT THE PRINCESS ROYAL

The new ‘Little Inky Feet’ project is funded by Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity and offers each family the chance to safely capture their child’s first footprints, which can then be used in pictures, cards, jewellery and even tattoos at a later date. So far, over 100 families have taken up the offer. … More LITTLE INKY FEET PROJECT PROVES A HIT AT THE PRINCESS ROYAL