The American midterms took place on November 6th this year and have arguably been the most historical midterms yet. For all there was immense disappointment in several states such […]
How was Dia de Los Muertos celebrated in Mexico 2018? Dia de Los Muertos is one of the most colourful traditions that is celebrated across Mexico. On the 1st of […]
Loads were affected as a ‘Medicane’ hit several countries causing disruption and chaos. In late September, there were several reports of a hurricane (also known in this situation as a […]
Venice in jeopardy as outpouring of rain results in three quarters of the city submerged in water.
What Happened To The Boys? 12 boys in Thailand were stuck in a cave in July 2018. They went into the cave after a football session. They had already explored […]
Alleged explosive devices have been sent to high profile political figures, including Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton On Wednesday morning, the CNN office in New York was evacuated due to […]
This autumn, strikes are set to take place in Scotland as a result of pay deals, which could cause school closures and cancellations of burials and cremations Private Sector workers […]
‘Nae Pasaran’ tells the story of four Rolls-Royce workers who refused to fix Chilean dictator’s air force engines. Two BAFTA award nominations have been given to ‘Nae Pasaran’, which tells […]
Researchers are now able to look at the fundamentals of life in staggeringly new detail.
Channel 4’s newest gameshow The Circle has risen in popularity due to its social media element, appealing to younger viewers. However, it has received criticism for relying heavily on body […]
Facebook has announced that “almost 50 million” accounts have been left vulnerable after hackers exploit a security flaw. The company stated that this breach occurred after hackers were able to […]
Jack’s, a recently launched discount supermarket owned by Tesco, is aiming to compete with the rise of Aldi and Lidl, and it just might pull it off. This new […]
Success at this year’s S5 Health Day! Yesterday on the 25th September, St. Andrew’s and St. Bride’s held their annual Health Day for S5 pupils. Days like these are held for […]
Achieving success isn’t just passing exams – it’s having the experiences to help you progress and achieve your ambitions and goals.
On Saturday, during the US Open, Serena Williams accused the umpire of ‘sexism’ as she was penalised for ‘cheating’ during the match.
The European commission is in favour of ending the annual tradition of setting the clocks forward and back an hour.
The Oystercatcher sat down with Katie Hunter and Luke Laverty, newly-appointed Head Girl and Boy of St Andrew’s and St Bride’s. We spoke about leadership, changes they wish to bring […]
The centre at St. Andrew’s Methodist Church is forced to close due to lack of funding. Struggling mums are devastated after East Kilbride community food bank drop-in centre has closed. […]