I'M a 40-year-old woman with no children and I love my cat.
Here's a good, unscientific bet:
If it had not been apparent before the referendum, it became all too obvious during the campaign that the Labour...
Wave farewell to Bute from the Rothesay ferry after a lovely weekend whose high point would have been a visit to...
It's been a good week for ...
The referendum revolution rolls on, now claiming Johann Lamont.
THE killer's name was Oscar Pistorius.
It is understandable that David Cameron and his Conservative colleagues are aghast at the £1.7 billion bill...
SINGER Alvin Stardust has died, which reminds us of when he flew up to Scotland for a charity gig a few years ago from London, and a British Airways official insisted that he needed some photo ID to board the plane.
WE bump into musician Roy Gullane, who tells us:
SO we now have to pay for our plastic bags in the shops, and folk continue to debate whether it is a good idea or not.
ALWAYS a nervous time, the birth of your first child.
LOTS of runners braved the blustery, rainy conditions yesterday to take part in the Moira Jones 5k in Queen's Park.
YESTERDAY'S Diary had an item about the most inappropriate places where mobile phones have been used.
FRANKIE Boyle has added his voice to the row over the composition of the TV debates ahead of next year's general election.
TOPICAL tweet from Greg Hemphill:
If it had not been apparent before the referendum, it became all too obvious during the campaign that the Labour Party's utter contempt for the idea of independence, and for those who supported them, was blinding the party to any rational argument.
It is understandable that David Cameron and his Conservative colleagues are aghast at the £1.7 billion bill Britain now faces as a result of a recalculation of what member countries are due to pay the European Union.
When campaigners talk about vulnerable groups bearing the brunt of austerity policies, it is sometimes hard to know what that means.
One has tweeted.
Today's report from Unison paints a picture of housing officers at risk of attack from violent clients, classroom assistants dealing with pupils who lash out, and care workers fielding violence from patients who may have dementia or mental health problems.
EVEN in the digital age there are no short cuts to learning.
Don't drink and drive.
Could a rough sense be emerging already of where agreement might be reached in the Smith Commission?
WHO would be Lord Smith of Kelvin this weekend?
Some supporters of the Labour for Scotland group want to change their party's name to the Independent Labour Party (...
Alexander McKay's statement that the "pro-UK" side won the referendum is indisputable (Accept the settled will of...
Richard Lucas criticises Vicky Allan for distinguishing just two stances about "sexting":
Ian Bell writes that Lord Smith of Kelvin has a "hellish task" in seeking agreement on further devolution.
I was pleased with the prominence you gave the essay on Gaelic (The word of Mod, Comment, October 19).
Rob Edwards exposes a major Scottish Government failing (Revealed:
Two further incidents can be added to the concerns raised about safety within the nuclear industry (Nuclear...
THE letter from Angus MacDonald (October 21) demonstrates the bitterness towards the decline in crofting agriculture...
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IT'S hard to pin down a precise number of documents held in the Glasgow Archives - the City Archivist, Dr Irene O'Brien, speaks of three or four million related to the city alone - but one thing is sure:
SO I am ascending the stairs of one of Glasgow's oldest and finest buildings beside an army officer whose red-jacketed dress uniform includes silver spurs.
JOAN Neil was actually looking for a job as a cinema usherette.
HARRY Ranken was only eight when his family moved from Maryhill to Irvine because his minister father had been appointed to Irvine Old Parish Church.
THERE are quizzes on the internet which claim to reveal if you are a true Glaswegian.
I have been in the function suite of Glasgow's Radisson Hotel when the behaviour has been brash, raucous and alcohol-fuelled - and loved every minute.
ATTENDING some reception, I was joined by a businessman who tried to impress the young woman opposite by mentioning all the famous people he had met.
Beautiful eyes that dominate her face as she gazes around her.
Former moderator of the Church of Scotland
Scotland rugby international
Actress and presenter.
Actor, choreographer, theatre-maker.