Why Scottish Teachers Marched for Pay

On Saturday the 27th of October, Scottish teachers took to the streets of Glasgow, calling for  a 10% pay rise, here’s why. The event was organised by Scotland’s largest teaching […]

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Stan Lee, Marvel Comics Creator, Dies Aged 95

The mastermind behind many of our favourite superheros from Spider-man to The Incredible Hulk to Black Panther, has died aged 95. Tributes to the Marvel Comics creator have flooded in […]

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Instagram Co-founders Step Down

The two co-founders — Kevin Systrom, Instagram’s chief executive, and Mike Krieger, chief technology officer — of Facebook Inc.’s popular Instagram app are stepping down.

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Snapchat: Drop in Daily Users

In a recent press release from Snap Inc. statistics show a 3 million person drop in the number of daily Snapchat users from 191 million at the beginning of 2018 […]

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Florida Mass Shooting

There has been a mass shooting in Jacksonville Florida, here’s what we know so far. Police have reported multiple fatalities after a shooting at an online gaming tournament in Jacksonville, […]

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World News of the Summer

A round-up of the big news this summer. Fifa World Cup Russia 2018 On Sunday 15th July France won the Fifa World Cup for the second time, beating Croatia 4-2 […]

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Slept all summer? Spectacular Science you missed…

From the blood moon to the discovery of water on Mars, and even an explanation for Scotland feeling the heat this summer, here’s the science news you might have missed.

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Let Us Have a Lie-in

Erin Seils| Science and Technology Editior How many times throughout the average school day do you say, “I’m tired”? If you’re anything like me, and several of my classmates, it’s […]

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Original Irn-Bru No More

Erin Seils| Science and Technology Editor If you haven’t heard already, A.G Barr are changing their Irn-Bru recipe and Scotland is outraged! The sugar content is being reduced by approximately […]

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Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL

Erin Seils| Science and Technology Editor Google’s 2nd phone is now available for purchase with the Pixel 2 being released on the 19th of October and the XL on the […]

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Interview: Mrs Higgins on Anti-bullying

Erin Seils | Science and Technology Editor Aidan McCall | Reporter As this week is Anti-Bullying week, Aidan and I decided to interview Mrs Higgins, who has played a big […]

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Mr Rosenberg Runs Lisbon Marathon for Mary’s Meals

Erin Seils| Reporter Mr Rosenberg took part in the Rock ‘n’ Roll EDP Lisbon Marathon to raise money for Mary’s Meals. I took the opportunity to interview him about this […]

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Catalonia Declares Independence

Erin Seils| Reporter The Catalan parliament has declared independence from Spain. This motion was approved by Catalan MPs with 70 in favour, 10 against, and two abstentions in the 135-seat […]

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Anthony Nolan – Could you save a life?

Erin Seils| Last week, pupils and teachers between 16 and 30 were given the opportunity to save a life. After simply giving a saliva sample, they could now potentially cure […]

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5 New Technologies That Will Change Your Life In the Next 10 Years

Erin Seils| It’s 2017 and it already seems as though we are living in the future. However, in the next 10 years it’s only going to get better.

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What iPhone should you buy?

Erin Seils| We’ve been hearing rumours of a new iPhone for the past few months. However, if you were planning on buying Apple’s latest smartphone, you’ve now got a decision […]

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