The delay to the Criminal Justice Bill announced yesterday is embarrassing for the Scottish Government but it is the...
The whistleblower Edward Snowden was installed as rector of Glasgow University yesterday and it was, by necessity,...
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Another day, another assertion.
SO THE good people of Yorkshire are under strict instructions to keep their quaint regional affectations to...
This is an appeal to the makers of brightly coloured modelling dough, to the publishers of children's books, to the...
Back in 2007, not long after London won the bid to host the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, I tried, and failed...
While the neighbours are recovering from their national day (even if they only started marking it about 15 years ago...
POSH shops continued.
SOME people appear to be relishing the sacking of Glasgow's own David Moyes at Manchester United.
ACCIDENTALLY appearing on TV continued.
PUB conversations continued.
IF you are already celebrating Easter you will know that last Sunday was Palm Sunday, commemorating when Jesus rode into Jerusalem.
A READER on holiday in Argyll popped into a local shop to buy a Herald and found himself stuck behind a local woman who was blethering 19-to-the-dozen with the assistant.
A TOURIST attraction in Dunblane is the postbox painted gold in memory of Andy Murray's Olympic victory.
STRESSFUL places, airports.
The delay to the Criminal Justice Bill announced yesterday is embarrassing for the Scottish Government but it is the right decision.
The whistleblower Edward Snowden was installed as rector of Glasgow University yesterday and it was, by necessity, an unusual affair.
As the referendum campaign bowls on, England is today the chosen arena for both Alex Salmond and David Cameron.
Scotland's criminal justice system is in a bind of its own making.
FOOTBALL these days is more than a game.
THREE of Scotland's leading universities have resigned their membership of the CBI, arguing its decision to become a registered campaigner on the No side in the referendum fight is at odds with their political neutrality.
The Easter weekend was a good one for Scottish tourism, with two new attractions opening to visitors for the first time:
THE Scottish criminal justice system seems intent on pursuing a course that favours the offender at the expense of...
SO Charles Murray (Letters, April 23) arrives on Canna on a beautiful, hot sunny day and asks to be sold a cottage...
KM Campbell (Letters, April 23) is correct to point out that there are no certainties regarding the future,...
I NOTE with interest Daniel Sanderson's article on the cost of hospital chaplaincy services ("Call to cut millions...
JENNY Hogan's article on the role of renewables contains some half-truths and misleading inferences ("Time truth was...
THE appropriate marker for the home of the world's first golden retriever is, I regret to say, a tombstone rather...
AS with so many other referendum issues, the credibility of Gordon Brown's case that the best future for pensions in...
YOUR correspondent David Bridge (Letters, April 21) is unhappy that an 11-turbine wind farm at Freasdail has been...
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BY rights, given the venerable traditions of the subject matter, the debrief with Penny Fielding ought to have been arranged by shadowy third parties and involved a series of heavily encrypted emails and, perhaps, a chalk mark drawn on a park bench.
WHEN I saw so many people queuing to pick up tickets for the Aye Write!
THERE was a sporting event in Glasgow on Friday which attracted a larger crowd than most Premiership football games the next day.
EMITTING gasping croaks, the chap behind me slid down the railings of Blythswood Square, eventually squirming on the rain-soaked pavement clutching his stomach.
WHO is the most famous Scot ever?
CAREER advice wasn't a laughing matter in Scottish schools in the early 1970s.
ONE story told about Italians who eschewed poverty in their country and settled in Scotland was of the seven young statue makers from Tuscany, who brought 1000 little figurines of the Virgin Mary to Paisley intent on selling them to make their fortune.
ABANDONED buildings can be objects of eerie, faded beauty.
Entrepreneur and member of the Salvesen shipping dynasty
Long-serving officer of Western Isles Council An appreciation
Journalist and broadcaster
Teacher and mother of Michael Portillo