PROTESTER Sean Clerkin has lost his appeal to have judges overturn a conviction for a protest at an Ed Balls Labour Party event.
ARGYLL MSP Michael Russell has called on the leader, the deputy leader and elected education chief of Argyll and Bute Council to start “considering their positions” in light of a damning report on the council’s education service.
CAMPAIGNERS in Galloway have lodged a petition with almost 1000 signatures calling on the Scottish Government to take action against puppy trafficking.
THE South Scotland MSP whose campaign secured a Transport Summit for Dumfries and Galloway has written to the Scottish Government’s Transport Minister following her latest meeting with young local transport activists behind a fight to dual the A75.
A campaign targetting Nicola Sturgeon that has received huge amounts of media coverage is being run by a right-wing holocaust denying blogger who was kicked out of Ukip for his extreme views.
A HOLYROOD vote expected to back Nicola Sturgeon’s call for a second independence referendum will take place next Tuesday – the day before Theresa May launches the formal process to take the UK out of the European Union.
A MAJOR drive is on to create a new south-west Scotland tourist route similar to the hugely successful North Coast 500 – Scotland’s answer to America’s Route 66, which is listed as one of the world’s best road trips.
HOLYROOD bosses postponed their debate on another Scottish independence referendum yesterday as a mark of respect for the tragic events at their “sister Parliament”.
SHOULD Scotland’s police be routinely armed? That’s one of the questions being discussed by rank and file officers during an emergency debate at today’s Scottish Police Federation annual conference.
‘YOUNG people are the future’ – the eternal cliché. Every single generation has been in receipt of this statement, and then passed it on to the next. It’s a patronising and empty sentiment that can tokenise the views of young people while…