The Scottish Student Journalism Awards are once again rapidly approaching where Scotland’s journalism and media students will battle it out to be in with a chance of winning a number of different journalism awards; giving them the chance to showcase their journalistic achievements to the industry’s top professionals. The blood, sweat and tears and the credit of organising the event goes to the 2nd year HND media and communications class
A group of Glasgow based paedophile hunters have warned online groomers that ‘they are coming for them’ after completing a number of successful stings in Glasgow, Edinburgh and even catching groomers as far out as the south east of England. The anonymous group, rising against online predators, have been functioning for around five months and the team have two main founders, five hunters, three security members and around fifteen decoys.
A teenager who has been housebound for over five years due to severe chronic anxiety disorder has revealed how social media has played a massive part in her road to recovery.Saffron Scullion from Castlemilk first experienced crippling anxiety in January 2013 and started to struggle with her normal everyday life. The 18-year-old first started experiencing panic attacks while out and about in public and at school. Her anxiety was
A Glasgow comedian is preparing for a live stand-up comedy gig organised for students and staff at Glasgow Clyde College this week. Gary Faulds, 30, from Springburn, who has sold out comedy shows up and down the country, is preparing to bring laughter to students and staff at Glasgow Clyde College’s Cardonald campus tomorrow. The 30-year-old has sold out shows at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival three years running now,
Celtic Legend, Frank McAvennie, made an appearance at the Clyde ‘Cash for Kids’ event in Paisley last week as part of a campaign to raise funds for Scotland’s children in need in the lead up to Christmas. The event was the last stop on Clyde One’s ‘Mission Christmas’ tour which was the U.K’s biggest Christmas toy appeal and was attended by 20 excited children from around the local area. Frank
A group of campaigners are appealing for the public to give up some of their garden space to join them in ‘glowing gold’ for kids with cancer in September. Public parks and gardens are being asked to get involved in order to create a respectable garden space where yellow and gold flowers will bloom to represent and raise awareness for kids with cancer during September 2018. The idea of the