THE Sunday Post was born for war. It debuted on October 4, 1914, a journalistic attempt to feed the news-ravenous Scottish public Information about the “race to the sea” In France.
Cheshire’s just so striking: County scores highly for food, scenery and attractions (and footballers)
IF you were a famous and ridiculously well-paid footballer playing for giants of the game, Manchester United or Manchester City, you’d want to – and could certainly afford to – live in a very nice place.
IT is the moment that has haunted fans of one of Europe’s most famous football clubs.
THE buzz phrase for all firms these days is “repeat business”. Everyone wants your custom and, once they’ve got it, they want it again and again.
I LOVE football. But I don’t like the clichés in how we talk about the beautiful game.
SCOTLAND could be set for a new festival of Burns following the success of an online music project celebrating the Bard’s legacy.
I don’t usually like it when the language is used badly. It annoys me. But I do enjoy, I have to admit, a good mixed metaphor.
I must admit that I like litotes. But then, I think we all like litotes.
A European arrest warrant has been issued for a Gleneagles Hotel Rolex robbery suspect.
THERE'S nothing like a holiday to bring a family together.
CRIMINALS, from cold-blooded murderers to black-marketeering spivs, beware, a famous detective is back on their trail.