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About Emma Arthurs

As Head of Digital for the Clyde Outside, Emma is hoping to put her love of all things Internet - whether it's blogging, coding or gaming - to good use. Definitely put the gaming to good use. Her work as Head of Digital and Deputy Editor for the Clyde Insider in her first year helped garner their commendation at the SSJA Awards 2018.

Next steps in Glasgow Clyde’s mental health journey

This year marks the end of the Mentally Healthy College Community project and we sat down with the college’s Mentally Healthy College Coordinator Keir …

UK has eliminated 1 million animal tests in last 40 years

The National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) have released their latest’s figures, revealing there have been one million fewer animal tests …

Taylor Swift returns with a surface-brushing message of self-acceptance

Taylor Swift has made her return today after a two-week social media-countdown and a two-year break from the music industry.  With a vivid burst of colour, …

Trainspotting 2 star Bradley Welsh shot dead in Edinburgh

Actor and Trainspotting 2 star Bradley Welsh has been shot dead in Edinburgh, according to reports. Emergency services rushed to the scene at Chester Street …

The Consent Condom – who does it really protect?

The Consent Condom won’t protect women from rape, but it will protect men from rape accusations.  Argentinian company Tulipan is the latest in a long line …

China moves towards ending animal-testing for cosmetics

The Chinese government have announced that the law that made animal testing compulsory will finally be lifted for all cosmetic brands by 2020.  The beauty …

British Flower and Vibrational Essences annual gathering discusses our relationship with tears

This week marked the opening of the British Flower and Vibrational Essences annual gathering and the line-up of guest speakers included new faces and old. Her …

Paisley public invited to help shape the town’s transformation

Renfrewshire Council are to host two open consultation events to allow the public to have a say in a £10m programme designed to bring a range of improvements …

Students at Glasgow Clyde College to host Fairtrade event

Students at Glasgow Clyde College are hosting an event designed to increase knowledge of Fairtrade and it’s benefits for people around the world. In a recent …

Calls for Turkey to end its imprisonment of journalists

The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has joined 14 press freedom organisations and 47 members of the European Parliament to call for an end to Turkey’s …