The clock goes back tomorrow and there is the usual debate about how it is good news for farmers and people who live in Bournemouth.
A list has been compiled of things a dog should do before it dies.
IT is no surprise that a survey reveals 24,000 families in Scotland suffer from "severe disadvantage".
Her Majesty's secret service is taking on a bunch of apprentice spies straight from school.
There is much concern among the lieges about Charles, Prince of Wales, and his penchant for interfering in the business of government.
As William Wallace said: They can take away our shipbuilding.
You may be pre-occupied by all this referendum stuff but there is some important epidemiological research I must first bring to your attention.
David Cameron has found £50 million from the UK's overstretched budget for events to mark the centenary of the Great War.
The genie of electoral reform is out of the bottle as it appears people as young as 16 will have their say in the referendum on Scottish independence.
I AM indebted to Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson for the information that I am soon to be worthless, useless, and altogether a burden on society.
There is no point trying to drag weans unwillingly to the Kirk of a Sunday morning or, indeed, any other time.
THE story of two customers barred from an all-you-can-eat establishment raises a few social and economic questions and issues.
It's no way to run a railway with all this confusion about the future of the West Coast line.
I'm awfy worried about the high street.
Watching golf on the telly is a good lie-down on the sofa ruined, as Mark Twain once said.
It is very kind of Scottish Labour leader Johann Lamont to enlist my help in solving the economic crisis.
It has gone on far too long, this debate over the Tory Chief Whip effin' and blindin' at the polis and maybe calling them plebs.
Never mind a new iPhone5, what I want is Baxter the affordable robot.
Bloody Scotland, the first international festival of crime writing held in Stirling last weekend, was hailed as a success.
The Human Fertilisation Authority is holding a public consultation into the ethics of using three people to create one baby.
The Bitter* Together campaign is worried about a post-independence Scotland not getting to see one of our favourite aunties.
GEORGE Square in Glasgow is to have a total makeover.
Coming soon on the Microsoft Xbox, 3D games that fill the entire room.
A new hazard has emerged on my journey from being obese to merely fat.
News from the world of science is that quantum physicists are no longer too sure of Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle.
The good news for heavy drinkers is that they may qualify for a bigger pension.
THERE has been a debate on the bravery of burglars.
The main benefit of being devolved over the last 13 years is not having to worry too much about what is going on with the Westminster Government.
The Anglican church in Sydney, Australia, plans to change the marriage vows and have the bride pledge to "submit" to her husband.
The latest Scottish Household Survey gives a snapshot of how our lives have changed in just one year.