People often say of the Liberal Democrats: what are they there for?
DOCTORS' tales continued.
For some the miners' strike, which ended 30 years ago this week, was a matter of high politics, the battle between...
Members of the acting fraternity put themselves through all kinds of pain for their art.
If Michael Sheen is stuck for a script, he could do worse than write his own.
I'm Cat. I'm an Aussie Health Coach and Writer living in Glasgow who is overly excited about eating well and...
SO did you get involved in the big internet debate about what colour was the dress a woman wore at a Scottish wedding?
AM saddened by the death of leading Scots lawyer Joe Beltrami.
OUR story about the psychic night in Ardrossan being cancelled "due to unforeseen circumstances" reminds a Glasgow lawyer: "The late and much missed Willie Dunn of Beltrami and Co was once consulted by a well known newspaper psychic and reader of stars about an alleged contravention of the Road Traffic Act.
Scotland's 32 councils have cut jobs by 12 per cent since 2008.
If personal data was a dangerous drug, governments the world over would be candidates for rehab.
IF the Royal Bank of Scotland wanted to draw a line in the sand under the excesses of the past and promote a new, responsible ethos, it could hardly have picked a more symbolic setting than the plush executive wing of its Gogarburn headquarters, the shrine to the hubris of former chief executive Fred Goodwin.
THE BAD news is that overcrowding in our accident and emergency departments has reached the worst level for seven years.
THE saying it's an ill wind that blows nobody good usually implies that a misfortune for one should benefit the other.
SO THE great "race to the bottom" is over, at least for now, as First Minister Sturgeon has jettisoned the idea of a universal cut in the rate of corporation tax.
The Scottish Government's plans to end automatic early release for prisoners serving more than four years are looking increasingly confused and problematic.
Seen from one direction, the visit of Daniel Taub, the Israeli ambassador to the UK, to the University of Glasgow looked like an exercise of free speech by a controversial figure in a democratic country.
THE world's 80 richest people earn as much as the 3.5 billion who make up the lower-earning half of the Earth's population.
JENNY Hjul covers 30 column inches with her piece on tactical voting without once even hinting at the real problem...
YOU report that hospital radio may end ("Hospital radio station goes off the air as patients opt to tune in to...
THE CND poll estimate that three-quarters of Labour election candidates are opposed to Trident renewal may or may...
IT is good to see some leading business organisations backing the call to support language teaching in Scotland ("...
I READ your report on the potential for Scottish spaceports with interest, as I have recently been in California on...
THE ongoing drama regarding "the happiest lollipop man in Scotland" is beyond a joke ("Ban on high-flying lollipop...
CHANCELLOR George Osborne's hint of some reduction in North Sea oil taxation in his forthcoming budget is too little...
Your article on the North Sea oil and gas industry shows that, with the creditable exception of Lerwick, we are...
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When I was younger I had the arrogance and certainty of youth.
ONE thing you can say about the Victorians - they didn't feel the urge to adopt snappy titles.
AS the travails at Rangers FC continue, Alex Bowman in Yorkhill asks: "We all know what a kangaroo is, but what's a kangeroot?
THE words are still chilling even though they are describing events over 70 years ago.
SOMETIMES when you read newspapers, you feel as if pensioners are in a permanent state of decrepitude.
A READER once posed the question to me: "Now cats are independent.
BEFORE Harry Potter was even thought of, you could encounter young women in Glasgow encased in scholarly cloaks which would not look out of place in Potter's alma mater Hogwarts.
Public servant, campaigner, and founder member of the Scottish Legal Aid Board.
Expert on medical imaging.
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