Any T left?
T in the Park is on the rocks. So what else is new?
Injecting in public is associated with nuisance and more frequent overdose deaths.
Safer drug consumption rooms can cut overdose deaths and reduce public nuisance. Other countries use them – isn't it time the UK did too?
Scottish first minister tries to keep party faithful happy while starting long courtship of the no voters.
Sturgeon addressing conference.
The independence bill is a short-term win but no game-changer.
Alexander Nasmyth’s Robert Burns, 1828.
After the Scottish bard mixed with Edinburgh high society, he started dabbling with Beethoven.
Ludovic Mann (right) and a colleague studying the site in 1930s.
Historic Environment Scotland
It's arguably Europe's premier Bronze Age art site -– but it has spent the last 50 years hidden underground.
Beitar Jerusalem fans in action.
Celtic and St Etienne are both in the dock with UEFA over fans waving Palestinian flags at Israeli teams.
Are you being served?
Scotland's new deprivation figures confirm a wider trend towards suburbanising poverty.
What’s it all about, wonders Sandy Grierson.
Anything That Gives Off Light explores Scottishness from three very different perspectives.
They're a global phenomenon – but gangs are so varied that they barely merit the same name.
The fears about the City don't look overcooked – here's why.
The UK’s ‘City Deals’ have been claimed as responsible for the renaissance of Greater Manchester.
Evidence from the UK experience suggests there are pros and cons in both City Deals and Devolution Deals.
First minister Nicola Sturgeon and deputy John Swinney.
Scotland remains sick man of Europe despite devolution. Here's what is going wrong.
Malcolm Turnbull outlines his vision of ‘City Deals’ that enable ‘smart cities’ to drive growth in the new economy.
The Turnbull government sees the 'City Deal' as a way for 'smart cities' to drive innovation and growth. But what is the value proposition behind this UK concept and how might it work in Australia?
No’ playin’ ba’
During the 20th century, English accents began to pick up traits from the capital. In the west of Scotland, though, something different has been going on.
10 Red Road Court.
As Glasgow's most famous tower blocks are razed, we're again being asked to celebrate destruction of old notions of housing provision. We should treat it as a different opportunity entirely.
A few more trees and a little less aircon and we’d all be in clover.
My Life Graphic
Cities may only occupy about 2% of the world’s habitable land, but they are big drivers of global climate change. Cities are usually hotter than rural areas, and get referred to in the jargon as “urban…
There’s much more of this than there used to be.
The conventional image of suburbia is one of bland affluence and social homogeneity. Suburbs are where the middle classes aspire to make their nests. They are the idealised safe havens for raising children…
Glasgow’s Gartnavel Hospital has past experience with Ebola-like diseases.
It has been confirmed that a healthcare worker who has returned from Sierra Leone has contracted the Ebola virus and is being treated in a Glasgow hospital. The female patient tested positive for the virus…
Glasgow’s central square has seen relentless drama in 2014
Stunned, open-mouthed, horrified. How else to describe the events in Glasgow three days before Christmas as a council refuse lorry ran out of control in George Square in the heart of the city? It mounted…