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Boys Safe and Recovering in Hospital After Terrifying Ordeal in Thai Cave

Boys Safe and Recovering in Hospital After Terrifying Ordeal in Thai Cave

The boys are finally safe and their conditions stable while their pulse still checks by doctors after their rescue from the cave in north Thailand. After the boys were wrapped up and ready to transfer, each received a mild tranquilliser to calm their nerves, Thailand’s Junta Chief told television reporters. […]

by July 12, 2018 Comments are Disabled News
Breast Cancer Screening Failures in the UK

Breast Cancer Screening Failures in the UK

In the United Kingdom, women who are aged between 50 through 70 years old are instantly invited to go through breast cancer screenings for little to no charge every three years, due to the risk of developing this devastating disease increases with age. While this may seem to be an […]

by May 6, 2018 Comments are Disabled General
Glasgow: An Inspiration

Glasgow: An Inspiration

People always say that Glasgow has had umpteen social problems but keeps finding ways of getting over its difficulties and transforming itself. Maybe, belonging to the city I’m able to renew myself too, and keep extending out into some new area – Edwin Morgan When I was considering writing this […]

by April 25, 2018 Comments are Disabled Culture, Features, Photos
Review: In Time O’ Strife at the Citizen’s Theatre Glasgow: written by Joe Corrie, adapted by Graham McLaren

Review: In Time O’ Strife at the Citizen’s Theatre Glasgow: written by Joe Corrie, adapted by Graham McLaren

The National Theatre of Scotland and Graham McLaren have brought to life 1920’s miner Joe Corrie’s work In Time O’ Strife. In May 1926 approximately 1 million miners were locked out of their work place by mine owners who chose to ignore the injustice in ‘their’ men working longer hours for less money. United […]

by April 25, 2018 Comments are Disabled Culture, Theatre
Can Trump Build the Border Wall?

Can Trump Build the Border Wall?

President Donald Trump has been a big supporter of keeping undocumented migrants out of the United States. One of his ideas, which he focused on in his election campaign was to build a wall stretching throughout the border with Mexico. He stated, “Drugs are pouring into our country at a […]

by April 16, 2018 Comments are Disabled Opinion
Canadians in Shock and Mourning over Tragic Accident leaves 15 Dead

Canadians in Shock and Mourning over Tragic Accident leaves 15 Dead

Canadians and people from around the world are mourning the tragedy that took the lives of 15 young Humboldt Broncos hockey players in Saskatchewan who were on their way to a playoff game. The death toll has now risen to fifteen after bus they were traveling in was struck broadside […]

by April 8, 2018 Comments are Disabled Featured
YouTube Shooter Angry about Treatment of Video Postings

YouTube Shooter Angry about Treatment of Video Postings

This week’s shooter at the headquarters of YouTube expressed aggression towards YouTube with respect to perceived treatment towards her channel and posted videos that she felt was disallowing her to share her message towards animal treatment. The shooter has been identified as 39 year old Nasim Aghdam, 39, and while […]

by April 4, 2018 Comments are Disabled Opinion
Quirkiest Museums in New York

Quirkiest Museums in New York

New York has its fair share of quirks being the biggest city in the United States, and there are also quite a few quirky museums that are interesting. Here are a few of the quirkiest museums in New York City. Morbid Anatomy Museum – Brooklyn The exhibitions at the Morbid […]

by March 27, 2018 Comments are Disabled Museums
Members of the Glasgow South Community Choir and singer Robin Stapleton.



Picture © Andy Buchanan 2014

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 Members of the Glasgow South Community Choir and singer Robin Stapleton.

Pictured left to right  :  Edith Spears, Sharon McCormack, Nan Craig, Margaret Trotter, Robyn Stapleton.  



Picture © Andy Buchanan 2014

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The Big Song Relay en route as Glasgow 2014 fast approaches

As the end of the Queen’s Baton Relay and the beginning of Glasgow 2014 is just around the corner, The Wee G takes a look at the musical baton that is sure to be part of this Commonwealth Game’s legacy. BBC Radio Scotland‘s Young Traditional Musician of the Year Robyn Stapleton has […]

by July 20, 2014 Comments are Disabled Culture
World Cup’s Host Cities Series: Rio

World Cup’s Host Cities Series: Rio

The series World Cup’s Host Cities make its final stop at the most famous Brazilian city: Rio de Janeiro. Guest writer, Danielle Amaral, listed 9 reasons to love Rio and dive into the World Cup fever. Danielle Amaral, 33, is a visual merchandiser. The World Cup has finally arrived at our […]

by July 13, 2014 Comments are Disabled Opinion, Sports, Uncategorized