Murdo MacSween, communications manager for MG ALBA, said: “FilmG is hugely influential, with films covering important topics but also injecting some fun into the process of how to create Gaelic content. The awards this year were fantastic in celebrating what the future of Gaelic media has to offer and I’m looking forward to seeing more and more from everyone who took part.”
Sergeant David Miller, of the Road Policing Unit in Dingwall, said: “We are carrying out inquiries to establish the full circumstances which led to this collision. The car was being driven north before the crash and I would urge anyone who either witnessed the incident or who saw the vehicle on the road beforehand to come forward.
The Scottish Government pointed out that its no-support policy followed a comprehensive evidence gathering and consultation process. “Our policy of no support for the development of unconventional oil and gas in Scotland is based on particular concerns we have identified,” said a spokesperson.
Zero-hours contracts – ban them now, say trade unions Trade union reps Margaret Wood (UNITE) and Valerie Jennings (UNISON) campaigning for workers’ rights. By Tim
Milly’s mother, Kimberly Darroch, has said the family were kept in the dark about a potential link to contaminated water problems at the hospital.
“Boris Johnson should have the backbone to make a statement in his own words on why he has made this appointment, whether he stands by it, and his own views on the subject of eugenics.”