THERE are many things we are yet to discover about Prince Charles's letters to government ministers, but given the...
Many of us who voted Yes in the referendum last September had no difficulty with the principle of independence but...
THERE'S normally no one above hip height in my local Tesco Extra of an early evening.
LABOUR types I talk to are becoming increasingly troubled by numbers.
The words police and politics are from the same Greek stem.
SAD to see sports presenter Jim Delahunt stepping down from Radio Clyde after a drink driving conviction.
WE ALWAYS hesitate to say we told you so, but sometimes it's unavoidable.
IN some ways, the Burrell Collection - serenely housed in the heart of Pollock Country Park - can be considered...
LABOUR leader Ed Miliband was giving a speech in Clydebank yesterday and accused Alex Salmond of "a combination of bluster and bluff." A reader phones to ask us: "What would that be then?
SOME folk got quite excited last week about the eclipse.
WE pass on this observation from writer Sanjeev Kohli €who confirms something we've long suspected.
WE ARE becoming accustomed in Scotland to the idea that the SNP are scaring the establishment at Westminster like barbarians at the gate.
IN some ways, the Burrell Collection - serenely housed in the heart of Pollock Country Park - can be considered Scotland's forgotten treasure.
As with most things in local politics, it comes down to money.
THERE are few more precious gifts than the gift of laughter.
To meet demand, the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service must find 5,000 donors each week.
THAT it's a case of hard times for the poor in today's Scotland is not surprising in itself, but the latest snapshot of our nation is doubly shocking.
WHEN a recent poll suggested that Scots attitudes to immigration were not so very different from those South of the Border there was unalloyed glee on the Right of the political spectrum.
IT'S a big number, but also a big sign.
IT seems that Alex Salmond is still whingeing about his defeat in the Scottish Referendum.
IT was probably a throw-away remark rather than a considered comment, nonetheless the notion, as expressed by Jeremy...
THE closure of Longannet is a disaster in terms of our energy security and the appalling loss of jobs ("Crisis talks...
FURTHER to the controversy on mountain hares ("Hares enjoy a leap in numbers thanks to a healthy grouse season", The...
WHERE are the Jenny Geddeses of this generation, ready to throw a church stool at the hypocrisy and hokum...
BOB Downie (Letters, March 26) corrects Muriel Goodall for suggesting that to set a 20mph speed limit there needs to...
NEWS that young adults under 30 are now at higher risk than any other age group of experiencing poverty in Scotland...
I WAS very interested in the Agenda article from Paula Speirs and Bill Nicol regarding St Joseph's Primary School in...
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THERE was a cooker on the grass field at Pollok Park just outside the Burrell Collection.
HARRY Diamond, the acerbic former Herald reporter who became public relations boss at Glasgow City Council during the tumultuous 70s and 80s, had perhaps a jaundiced view of the city's Lord Provosts.
Like most Glaswegians, I never knew any miners.
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.
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