Paolo Nutini is coming to Paisley

Paisley superstar Paolo Nutini has revealed he is set to perform a one off show at the Paisley Abbey to support the town’s bid to become the 2021 UK City of Culture. Intimiate Venue Set to be the hottest ticket of the summer, the 550 capacity of Paisley Abbey will see fans of the New […]

#DogsAtPollingStations 🐾

As we all get ready to head down to the polls and cast our votes for the general election, our furry friends have been getting in on the action. Filled with hope and determination, dogs across the UK have been spotted outside their polling station waiting on their owners to vote.  Hoping for longer walks, […]

Social media’s political agenda

It’s everywhere you look; red and blue, yellow and green – and we’re not talking about colours of the rainbow – all fighting for your vote for tomorrow’s (8 June) general election. As if we couldn’t get away from political bickering between parents and friends, papers and magazines, now our social media accounts have fallen […]

Young people more likely to travel without insurance

With summer holiday season around the corner a new survey has revealed that young people are more likely to travel without insurance – risking medical fees in the thousands if they fall ill on holiday. The Association of British Travel Agents surveyed 2,043 Britons and found that 40% of 18 to 24 year olds were […]

Manchester Attacks – The Internet Responds

Late last night (22 May), a suspected terror attack took place at the end of an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester. Reports reveal that 22 people have been killed and around 59 people injured, with at least 60 ambulances sent to the Manchester Arena – also known as the MEN – to care for victims. […]

Social Media and Mental Health

New survey results have rated Instagram as the worst social media platform when it comes to affecting young people’s mental health – according to The Royal Society for Public Health. A poll of 1,479 people aged 14-24 were asked to rate which of the five most popular social media platforms they felt had the most […]

Festival Lights Out

As sexual assaults at music festivals become more common, many leading events set to take place this summer have blacked out their websites as part of a new initiative. More than 25 festival websites will be blacked out for 24 hours today (8 May) to raise awareness of sexual assaults. The Association of Independent Festivals […]

Students should stop worrying about work

Students and their families are being encouraged to stop getting “too fixated” on finding a job after university by the former head of UCAS, Mary Curnock Cook. Speaking with The Telegraph in her final interview before stepping down as the head of UCAS at the end of this month, Curnock Cook believed that focusing on […]