A month-long exhibition which launches at the Tatha Gallery in Newport this weekend is a family affair.
It was the book that told the dramatic story of the Earth’s climate, of how it has changed, how we have come to understand it and of what that means for the future.
In the second of our special interviews with new MPs in Courier Country, Michael Alexander speaks to Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath Labour MP Lesley Laird who has been appointed Shadow Scottish Secretary.
Amid concerns about the impact of concussion on children, World Rugby has criticised claims in a study calling for tackling and scrums to be banned in school sport. Michael Alexander reports.
Michael Alexander hears an update on on plans by Innis & Gunn to expand production at the former Inveralmond Brewery in Perth.
President of the Scottish Licensed Trade Association Marshall Bain gives Michael Alexander a rundown of what the craft beer industry means to Scotland’s economy.
Research into how Scottish juries reach decisions, including their use of the ‘not proven’ verdict, will be carried out over the next two years in a major new study. Michael Alexander reports.
‘There needs to be a realisation that young people will go off the rails’, says BREAKTHROUGH Dundee supporter
A former Tayside police officer who set up a social enterprise to bring dance and the arts to young people in areas of deprivation and rural isolation has welcomed the setting up of the £1 million Dundee mentoring scheme BREAKTHROUGH Dundee.
It is the iconic Cupar landmark that was built in 1964 as a bulk sugar store for the adjoining sugar beet factory.
Kilted and follicly challenged, he is the instantly recognisable Scottish comedian,TV presenter and actor with a reputation for his high octane shows which shoot straight from the hip.