As the local elections come to an end many may be left wondering who their councillors are for their wards and how to get in touch with them. Here are the details for the new North Lanarkshire Council. Ward 1-Kilysth Heather Brannan-McVey, Scottish Labour Party Denis Johnston, Scottish National Party (SNP) Jean Jones, Scottish Labour Party Ward 2-Cumbernauld North Danish Ashraf, Scottish National Party (SNP) … Continue reading North Lanarkshire Council Representatives Announced
Scotland suffered a second defeat to Spain as the battle to qualify for the women’s World Cup continues in front of a record-breaking crowd at Hampden. Head coach Pedro Martinez Losa made five changes from Scotland’s last match against Hungary in the Pinatar Cup, with Lisa Evans and Erin Cuthbert returning from injury. Claire Emslie, Lee Alexander, and Martha Thomas also made it into the … Continue reading Confident Scotland defeated 2-0 by Spain
As Easter is fast approaching so is the urge for parents to get their child a pet rabbit as a ‘cute surprise.’ An urge that should quite frankly be ignored. Rabbits are complex animals that require a higher amount of care that many don’t anticipate and are they are often unknowingly neglected as a result. Rabbits may be small creatures, but they require large spaces … Continue reading A bunny is for life not just for Easter
Shining Stars Theatre Group are a Glasgow based performing school that had been struggling to find a home and had to hire different church halls, costing them money they could’ve invested into the group. When Claire and Tommy Cunningham heard of this, they sponsored the group and organised the free family fun day. Owners of Balloons4U Glasgow the pair have operated their business at the … Continue reading Forge Market raise over £3K for Shining Stars ASN Theatre Group
Woman’s sport successes have become more acknowledged and celebrated worldwide in the last two decades, which begs the question why are female athletes and fans not given the same respect as their male equivalents? It is common for girls to attend football matches and even play for football teams growing up but unfortunately the silly and childish attitude of ‘football is a boy’s sport no … Continue reading “People have even gone as far to say I’m a waste of oxygen and I should kill myself”: The Ugly Truth About Women’s Involvement In Football
Women’s football in Scotland has been growing and changing since its first match in May 1881 but it still has a long way to go. This begs the question of how exactly can the female game in Scotland improve? The first big change in women’s football happened in 1921 with it being banned outright and clubs interested in hosting games were denied permission by the … Continue reading How far has women’s football progressed in Scotland?