YOU will have seen the shock news that an academic study shows Lego faces are getting angrier.
FAR down a list of suggestions as to how Glasgow's buses might be improved would be the bright idea: let's change the numbers.
THE Labour Party has been forced to carry out a damage limitation exercise after the backlash over the plan by Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls to cut state allowances for those who live cheaply up north.
I USUALLY get lost when driving in foreign places.
PETER Kearney, pictured, director of the Scottish Catholic Media Office, continues to make work for himself by taking (and raising) the temperature of sectarian attitudes in Scotland.
KATHERINE Jenkins, has been dropped by her record company for being a diva, spending (allegedly) £1500 a day on hair and make-up.
A sheriff's ruling that it is not a crime to sing about the IRA leaves the Offensive Behaviour at Football law in a state of confusion.
OFFPANTS, the regulatory body for the pantomime industry, is to intervene in the independence referendum as concern grows about the performances of both the Oh Yes It Is and the Oh No It Isn't campaigns.
tom shields Cycling in the city
TODAY'S topic is the inadvisability of conducting political campaigns in licensed premises.
IN a foretaste of future aviation, a Jetstream aircraft last month became the first to fly "unmanned" across UK airspace.
The Better Together campaign is in the process of asking 500 important questions in the days that remain before the independence vote.
Entirely on my own behalf, I have been in the veldt sampling Afrikaans food.
Just when you think Dame Helen Mirren could be held in no higher esteem does she not appear on a Soho street dressed as the Queen to tell a noisy band to pipe down.
The UK Independence Party and not the Scottish National Party may be the most significant factor for a Yes victory in the 2014 referendum.
ONE Westminster Government department is so successful that it is to be mutualised, which is different from being privatised.