Just over a year since her tragically premature death, the legacy of Scots tennis star Elena Baltacha continues to flourish.
Labour cannot be seen to reward people who want an 'easy ride', says Andy Burnham.
There are many complicated issues around the food business and a tangled web of responsibility around the waste involved.
When the Advisory Group on Tackling Sectarianism began its work three years ago, its chairman Dr Duncan Morrow said Scotland was weary of the lingering impact of sectarianism and was ready for change.
IT is very difficult to be indifferent about George Galloway.
It is unclear how helpful it is for Philip Hammond to posture over the risk that Britain will vote to exit the EU.
The difference between an anomaly and an absurdity can amount to a form of words, but a great deal of money.
SOMETIMES, when one launches a new venture, one can be fearful of having bitten off more than one can chew.
THOSE who were paying attention during the interminable campaign leading up to the independence referendum last September will recall some specific fears expressed amid the claims and counter claims that insisted that inward investment to Scotland would dry up, not just in the event of independence, but as a result of simply daring to debate the very prospect.
THERE used to by a metaphor we employed for rotten legislation.
THE arguments have been trotted out ad nauseum.
We have all become used to the increasing prevalence of technology in our lives -at work, at the airport, in shops, and especially in our homes - so it is no surprise that the police have been subject to the same trends.
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.