A SOUTH Korean ferry that sank nearly three years ago killing more than 300 people has been lifted from the water.
Dozens of people are dead or missing after an air strike hit a school where displaced families had sought refuge near the Daesh-held city of Raqqa The activist-run Raqqa Is Being Slaughtered Silently group said about 50 families had been sheltering at…
STUDENTS celebrated the 70th anniversary of the first undergraduate fashion show at Glasgow School of Art yesterday.
Scotland's school becoming a political football risks putting people off becoming teachers, the EIS has warned.
LUXEMBOURG is renowned as a hotbed of financial services rather than a hotbed of experimental music. So it comes as a surprise to learn that Thomas Clarke – aka MR TC, one of the most exciting new talents on Glasgow’s electronic music landscape…
FOUR people, including an armed police officer, died after a knifeman brought terror to the heart of London yesterday.
A SYRIAN artist who arrived on the first refugee flight is thanking Scotland through his work.
SIXTY years ago yesterday, 69 peaceful protesters were murdered by South African Police in the South African township of Sharpeville.
YOUR exceptional sports columnist Martin Hannan is, as usual, spot on in his assessment of modern international rugby (Scots shine in a game for giants, The National, March 21). It has become a game for the physically exceptional; for giants.
ASK anyone about the 13 Nobel laureates that Scotland has notched up over the decades and they will undoubtedly point to Sir Alexander Fleming as the greatest of them, and there is little argument against the fact that Fleming’s discoveries in the…