Sometimes the big world takes heed of stateless people.
IS Alex Salmond the most maligned citizen of this increasingly divided and delusional Disunited Kingdom?
Yesterday's editorial in The Herald captured with impressive clarity and conviction the essence of what is at stake...
Four in ten people who voted Labour in the 2010 General Election are intending to vote Yes.
IT seemed rather perverse, in this of all weeks, not to mention the referendum.
Amid the current democratic frenzy about the future status of Scotland, it has gone under the radar that a new kid...
WE mentioned Freshers Week, and a reader in Maryhill saw a Waitrose van doing a home delivery to a student flat.
It sometimes takes the magic touch of celebrity to raise the profile of a cause, and it often takes the money of a...
FRESHERS' Week for students just now and we fear they might not be as hedonistic as in the past.
THE theatrical Sir Donald Sinden who died on Thursday, had a rich voice which was difficult to describe.
A CHAP in Glasgow yesterday was asked by a visiting journalist if Scots were concerned about businesses pulling out if there was a Yes vote.
WE asked for your starting university stories and David Stubley in Prestwick recalls:
WE asked for your starting yoonie stories, and all we got back from one former student was blasphemy.
SAYS reader Eric Macdonald:
GOSH, it's all getting a bit exciting in the referendum campaign.
It sometimes takes the magic touch of celebrity to raise the profile of a cause, and it often takes the money of a generous benefactor to help raise the money it needs.
Chris Fujiwara, who is departing somewhat earlier than expected from his role as artistic director of the Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF), has much to be proud of when he looks back on the last three years.
There is now no question that the finances of the Scottish NHS are under considerable pressure.
We are on the cusp of the most momentous vote in living memory and, regardless of the outcome of Thursday's poll, Scotland and the rest of the UK will never be the same again.
The response of Prime Minister David Cameron yesterday to the murder of the hostage David Haines was swift and clear:
Here we are, in the final week of the referendum campaign and, with three days to go until polling day, the atmosphere in Scotland is extraordinary.
The fire that damaged the Glasgow School of Art in May was a disaster for the world of art and architecture, but the extraordinary response to the blaze has also proved how valued and loved the building is.
HERE we stand on September 14, 2014.
SOMETHING more than autumn is in the air.
AFTER posting my Yes vote last week, I did wonder whether I'd have been overcome with buyer's remorse by now.
ALTHOUGH Alistair Darling has tried to address the currency issue in several ways, he has failed to get across to...
ON Scottish NHS funding, the Barnett formula and misunderstanding of it is the problem ("Warning £450m in...
AS always, your editorial coming down on the side of a No vote is well-written and the argument well made.
My close colleague and friend, Bill Sweeney, makes some excellent points about possible threats to the future of the...
As the crunch day approaches where the undecided must come to a decision on the referendum we have arrived at the...
A QUESTION for Alex Salmond:
AS we prepare to participate in what may be one of the most important votes in our lifetimes we all have to choose...
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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.
IT was like the day after a massive birthday party.
THE entrance is up a short Glasgow wynd where my sudden appearance disturbs a couple eating pies.
THAT Commonwealth Games reaches everywhere.
RETIRED Lanarkshire mechanic Jim Muir is used to admiring glances when he drives down the road.
GLASGOW has always had an affinity with America.
Preacher and politician