HE TURNED his back on an office job selling insurance and is now on a voyage of mercy to help some of the most impoverished people in the world.
THE chair of Scotland’s largest college is under fire after circulating criticism of the SNP’s education record on social media.
A BITTER strike over pay and conditions in Scottish colleges has escalated after unions refused a request from the Scottish Government to suspend action.
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STRIKE action by college lectures has been suspended after talks with management reached agreement in a long-running dispute over pay and conditions.
DR CAROL Clugston is not ashamed to admit she is so proud of winning the Lord Provost of Glasgow’s healthcare award that she is still carrying it around in her handbag. “It’s such a beautiful thing,” she marvels. “I was amazed and delighted to…
CALL centre operator Ascensos is set to become one of the biggest employers on the Isle of Wight after revealing plans to create 600 jobs on the island with a new customer service centre.
ANGUS ROBERTSON doesn’t look like a politician fearing his career could be cut off in its prime as he drops election leaflets through letterboxes on a gloriously sun-soaked evening in Buckie.
Talks aimed at resolving the long-running dispute between colleges and lecturers continued in the early hours but have so far failed to make a breakthrough.