£60 million to guarantee everyone aged 16 to 24 a job, a place in education or a place in training By First Minister Nicola Sturgeon
By Democrat reporter A Church of Scotland foodbank has been recoignised for its work by the Church of Scotland. Ness Bank Church’s Inverness Foodstuff, which
She said: “The greatest challenges I saw faced our patients and their families and by default, many of my nursing colleagues as well. The bravery and courage displayed by our nursing team inside the hospital as a wall against this once in a generation pandemic, was reflected by our local population in their support for the site.
Brendan O’Hara MP said: ““I appreciate the heroic efforts of the BEAR Scotland workforce in building the mitigation pits and in clearing debris from the road, these are massive tasks but we cannot go on second guessing this hillside; one which will become increasingly unstable due to climate change and increased rainfall.”
Voters, weary of the same old politics with its cronyism and its sleaze and its failure to listen to the concerns of voters, were told that a vote for the SNP was a vote for something better, for a more decent, honourable politics.
Dad-of-three Andy, 58, has been at the helm of our politics team since August 1998, covering all the country’s seismic changes — including Scotland’s first Parliament in 300 years, the death of Donald Dewar, the rise of the SNP and 2014’s independence referendum.