Thundering Hooves 2.0 sounds more like a summer blockbuster than a jargon-heavy £50,000 arts consultants...
Slumbering, mouth open, gently drooling in the first of our hot, hot days, I awoke with a start at the sound of a...
Sunday morning and I'm in church.
EVEN if it has passed from your grasp I am sure you might still remember it, your youth.
Conservatives who tell you Scotland must never have another independence referendum are the same people, as often as...
The post-election landscape has generated much debate about Scotland's identity as a nation in terms of its wider...
DAVID Donaldson sees an advertisement on the Glasgow Subway for Los Angeles which states: "Visit a place where your accent is an aphrodisiac" and he muses: "I feel they are overstating their case somewhat.
Not worth fighting for olf flame
AS we say goodbye to former Labour MPs, Brian Donohoe in Ayrshire has a farewell memory of his election campaign, and passes on to us: "While out leafleting on the day before the election my wife stopped an elderly lady and asked her if she would like a Labour leaflet.
Plans by two Scottish councils to work together to save money will lead to confusion and harm vulnerable people, according to public sector Unison.
It is clear that the SNP's remarkable performance in the general election campaign had the major parties rattled, and long before any results confirmed the party's new political dominance.
IT CAN be difficult to discern what the English part of our United Kingdom actually wants.
THERE is often talk of killing the goose that lays the golden egg.
THE fire that destroyed the Charles Rennie Mackintosh-designed library at the Glasgow School of Art one year ago tomorrow was a grievous blow, the hurt of which was felt far beyond the city.
If a funding shortfall of £42.7 million is emerging within Scottish Fire and Rescue (SFRS), public responses are liable to be as swift as the service.
MUCH has been said and written about the so-called bonus culture.
IT SHOULD go without saying that, if there is the slightest sign of any drop in the literacy or numeracy standards in our schools, our teachers should be first into the breach to put this right.
Even Jim Murphy's supporters would have to concede that his short leadership of Scottish Labour has been a disaster.
SINCE it opened in the early 1990, The Arches has played a key role in Scotland's performing arts ecology.
THE plight of the refugee boat people especially these aboard a stricken vessel drifting in the Bay of Bengal has...
AS someone originally from Glasgow, I would like to draw the attention of my fellow Scots to the terrible situation...
IN response to Bernard Zonfrillo (Letters, May 21), I feel it is necessary to ascertain which species should be...
I AM writing to inform you of the extremely difficult, and unfair nature of the New Higher Maths exam, which many...
WHAT direction Ian Bell ("Working people depend on benefits Osborne is cutting", The Herald, Kay 20) was going in to...
WHERE in heaven's name does Angela Constance get the evidence to support her claim that 80 per cent of secondary...
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THERE are three strands in Glasgow society which often butt against each other - the public, the council, and business.
"You've ripped the heart out of my youth and thrown it in a skip," I tell Petra Wetzel, the brewery entrepreneur.
MENTION the word empire and most people will think of the biscuit, or if a film fan, the movie magazine.
THE Kelpies, those wondrous enormous horse heads emerging from beside the Forth and Clyde Canal at Falkirk, and swiftly becoming an iconic image of Scotland, were nearly given individual names by their Glasgow sculptor Andy Scott.
Two women were contentedly passing a tube of sweets between themselves.
There were a few muppets riding their motorbikes through Glasgow on Sunday.
It shimmers like a summer romance.
THERE was a cooker on the grass field at Pollok Park just outside the Burrell Collection.
Dean Potter, who has died aged 43, was one of the most famous extreme sports enthusiasts in the world, who admitted the risks of his activities in a 2012 interview.