When the turn-out is huge and the margin is clear, there can be no arguments.There need be no argument now. Scotland...
The canvassing may be over, the voting concluded, the counting done. Even so, though we know that the No campaign...
I'm in my kitchen, having yet another coffee. It's 6.30 am. I'm groggy after a sleepless night.
In the aftermath of Dublin's Easter Rising, its leader, Patrick Pearse, stated: "We seem to have lost but...
IT was quiet out there.
ONE of the big drawbacks of covering major events on your doorstep is you often miss most of it.
It is finally over.
SO what else has been happening?
OH, TO be where Spitfires and Messiahs hang, where one may enjoy a frugal meal or watch druids gather mistletoe.
ONCE again, there's Taylor Swift to thank. Actually, I'm just being polite.
WE are sent a letter from an English newspaper in which a local wrote:
WE mentioned Freshers Week, and a reader in Maryhill saw a Waitrose van doing a home delivery to a student flat.
FRESHERS' Week for students just now and we fear they might not be as hedonistic as in the past.
THE theatrical Sir Donald Sinden who died on Thursday, had a rich voice which was difficult to describe.
A CHAP in Glasgow yesterday was asked by a visiting journalist if Scots were concerned about businesses pulling out if there was a Yes vote.
WE asked for your starting university stories and David Stubley in Prestwick recalls:
WE asked for your starting yoonie stories, and all we got back from one former student was blasphemy.
Just when it seemed as if September 18, 2014, could become no more momentous, a poll result has overturned years of tradition at that well kent Scottish institution, the Royal and Ancient Golf Club in St Andrews.
This is it:
In whatever way Scotland changes after the result of the referendum is known tomorrow, something else has already changed:
It sometimes takes the magic touch of celebrity to raise the profile of a cause, and it often takes the money of a generous benefactor to help raise the money it needs.
Chris Fujiwara, who is departing somewhat earlier than expected from his role as artistic director of the Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF), has much to be proud of when he looks back on the last three years.
There is now no question that the finances of the Scottish NHS are under considerable pressure.
We are on the cusp of the most momentous vote in living memory and, regardless of the outcome of Thursday's poll, Scotland and the rest of the UK will never be the same again.
HERE we stand on September 14, 2014.
AS I write the polls are just opening on this momentous day for our country; by the time most people are reading...
AN Oxford University study, reported online in BJOG, An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, states...
RESTORING the floors in our house, I found underneath fragments of the Glasgow Herald for July 1, 1899.
AS a recent volunteer for one of the many cancer charities that are sadly required, I'm aware of a common theme...
I HAVE been a wild salmon watcher for more than 40 years and l am certain there are fewer than there used to be.
the NEWS that young Scots are missing out on places in the Brownies and Guides due to a shortage in volunteers is...
We've had an unprecedented mailbag over the past few days, with hundreds of letters pouring in. Here's a selection...
THE wall of opinion from economists, businesses and journalists is not some orchestrated dose of fear from...
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I have been in the function suite of Glasgow's Radisson Hotel when the behaviour has been brash, raucous and alcohol-fuelled - and loved every minute.
ATTENDING some reception, I was joined by a businessman who tried to impress the young woman opposite by mentioning all the famous people he had met.
Beautiful eyes that dominate her face as she gazes around her.
IT was like the day after a massive birthday party.
THE entrance is up a short Glasgow wynd where my sudden appearance disturbs a couple eating pies.
THAT Commonwealth Games reaches everywhere.
RETIRED Lanarkshire mechanic Jim Muir is used to admiring glances when he drives down the road.
GLASGOW has always had an affinity with America.
Rugby internationalist and businessman