Scottish Student Journalist of the Year 2017. Been published by local/national news, magazines and others. Editor of conter.co.uk + scotlandstandup.co.uk.
Scottish business confidence has increased for the first time in almost two years, according to a survey.
Scotland’s biggest teaching union has pleaded with candidates not to use schools as “political footballs” in the run up to the local government elections.
The companies pulled their adverts after the Wall Street Journal found earlier this week that their brands had been placed alongside racist content due to Google’s automated programs.
Some products being marketed as faux fur on the British high street are actually real, according to a new report by Humane Society International and Sky News. Farmed fur is still finding its way into supply chains from Asia despite being banned in Britain over a decade ago.
A drug that drastically reduces the chances of HIV infection will be funded by the Scottish NHS. The Scottish Medicines Consortium have approved the use of the “game-changing” drug known as Prep.
Written for student radio broadcast.
Spain’s senior diplomat has urged the UK not to “lose its temper” over Gibraltar after a former Conservative leader made belligerent comments on Sunday.
The Royal Bank of Scotland announced this week it is shutting 30 branches in Scotland, with hundreds of jobs expected to be lost.
Scottish construction companies are four times more likely to view Brexit as negative rather than positive for the sector, according to a new survey.
The world’s last manually operated timetabled ferry has been restored to its former glory.
Almost 50 years old, the MV Glenachulish vessel is the oldest crossing to the Isle of Skye from the mainland.