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Donald MacLeod: Hands-frees up if you agree – mobile device ban is just another way to fine hard-pressed motorists
Oh, to be young! A millennial, up to speed with all things tech and able to effortlessly connect to devices that use wireless technology such as Bluetooth.
The shock and sadness drifted like smoke from the west end of Sauchiehall Street around the world.
All governments waste money. The unique feature of the Scottish Government is that no politician is ever held accountable and rarely is there even an inquiry into what has gone wrong.
As the dark nights of autumn beckon, it’s worth celebrating an absolute belter of a summer for lovers of live music.
The Sunday Post View: Say nothing and do nothing… Civic Scotland steeped in sullen silence over mesh and blue water schools
With every passing year, every life ruined, and every billion paid out in compensation, one seems certain to become the world’s biggest health scandal. The other, according to a report released on Friday, is no scandal at all.
Former PM Gordon Brown urges millionaires to follow Fife’s famous son Andrew Carnegie and give it away
Andrew Carnegie, who died exactly 100 years ago today, is indisputably the world’s greatest-ever philanthropist.
If reaction to the opinion poll that I published earlier last week during my day job as editor of Holyrood magazine is anything to go by, the debate about Scottish independence has just got a whole load more messy.
Donald MacLeod: Saving the world from climate change 114 private jets at a time? Celebs are on another planet
If global warming and the summer’s thermometer-popping temperatures are to be blamed for anything, then it must surely be the total frying of Prince Harry’s brain.
The Time Is Now: Travis Jay on why the Black comedy circuit must receive the respect and support of the mainstream industry
As a young boy, I used to love following my mum Angie Le Mar to her comedy shows. The bright lights over the green room mirrors used to fascinate me.
How can you win the rat race? Comedian Tania Edwards on your thirties being one long moment of realisation
The local barista (not to be confused with barrister) is always perfectly stoned. I’ve been watching him for weeks now and every time he manages to fix an espresso I feel confident he sleeps easy at night. Which is rare for anyone in their thirties.
Rona Dougall: Robots are blinking brilliant when I need the dusting done but is it wise to have so many jobs for the toys?
We have a new addition to the family and I think I might love her more than the cat. But not the kids...I suppose.