Stonehouse’s first-ever mental health hub will be opening in January thanks to the Trust Jack Foundation (TJF). Located in Stonehouse, South Lanarkshire, the charity aims to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health, promote awareness and provide support and help… Continue Reading
Stirling University students protested through the atrium last night in response to the University approving a talk from an Israeli diplomat. The march was led by students from the Socialist and Labour societies and it continued to Logie lecture theatre –… Continue Reading
Amid a growing crisis, figures have shown that nearly 100 homeless people died in Scotland last year. And for the first time in nine years, the number of people declaring homelessness and making emergency housing applications is on the rise.… Continue Reading
Earlier this month, Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered in Istanbul in the Saudi consulate. At first, they claimed that Khashoggi was missing but had left the consulate and have since changed their story multiple times – now acknowledging… Continue Reading
In the latest franchise of the Halloween films, Michael Myers escapes from a mental institution after his bus transfer crashes. It’s been 40 years since Myers attacked Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) – and this is the night she’s been… Continue Reading
It’s beginning to look a latte like Christmas at Costa Coffee as they unveil their new winter menu. Making a comeback, the Black Forest Hot Chocolate and gingerbread and cream return to the menu with high demand.
Today is World Mental Health Day, and if you or someone you know is struggling to cope, don’t be afraid to ask for help. Created by the World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH) and first celebrated in 1992, every year… Continue Reading
By Kaitlin Easton We all have down days when life gets overwhelming, you’re burnt out and not really sure how to cope. Making your own self-care a priority is key when it comes to battling stress and anxiety. So here… Continue Reading
Police officers in Edinburgh have been reminded to use social media ‘responsibly’ following an anti-independence tweet.