I will, along with my wife Pauline and nearly 1,000 other guests be attending the 20th – yes folks, the 20th – SSE Scottish Music Awards at the SEC Campus in Glasgow on Saturday.
I DON'T know about you, but I’ve not so much become bored with Brexit, as numb.
AFTER months of gloom and uncertainty, Glasgow had two reasons to feel more upbeat and cheerful this week.
SFA chief executive Ian Maxwell says lifting the ban on the sale alcohol at football matches in Scotland is “definitely a conversation worth having”.
TOWARDS the end of his flamboyant, but all too short life, Freddie Mercury, legendary frontman of Queen, famously dressed up as a mad gothic harlequin and sang “I’m Going Slightly Mad”.
I’VE never been a fan of Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry.
OUR cheery airport taxi driver was merely trying to make polite conversation, bless him.
IT'S nail-biting times for Scotland’s much lauded but sadly beleaguered licence trade. Particularly for those stakeholders investing and reliant on our night-time economy.
EARLIER this year Scotland was chilled to the bones and endured months of winter mayhem as the infamous Beast from the East laid waste to much of our transport network and fragile infrastructure.
IT has been 10 years and a day since Wall Street’s investment banking giant Lehman Brothers suddenly collapsed.
UNDER fire and under pressure PM Theresa May might dance like a splintered wooden marionette with lopsided rusty wires.