Day: 10 August 2021

Aberdeen striker Christian Ramirez hoping to force his way into USA national team squad

Christian Ramirez reckons he can force his way back into the USA squad if he continues his goal-scoring spree. The striker has hit four goals in five appearances for Aberdeen and has already proved a meaningful acquisition for manager Stephen Glass and his plan to produce attacking football. The 30-year-old Californian has pulled on the …

Aberdeen striker Christian Ramirez hoping to force his way into USA national team squad Read More »

St Johnstone midfielder Murray Davidson can sense Galatasaray ‘buzz’ ahead of McDiarmid Park sell-out

THERE is a sense of excitement throughout Perthshire and St Johnstone stalwart Murray Davidson can feel it.  Scotland’s double winners are set for a sell-out crowd at McDiarmid Park on Thursday as Callum Davidson’s team face off against Galatasaray in the Europa League.  The third-round qualifying tie is currently in the balance at 1-1 and …

St Johnstone midfielder Murray Davidson can sense Galatasaray ‘buzz’ ahead of McDiarmid Park sell-out Read More »

Renfrewshire Carers Centre

LOCATION Renfrewshire Carers Centre Unit 55 Embroidery Mill, Abbey Mill Business Centre, Paisley, Renfrewshire PA1 1TJ CONTACT US Tel: 0141 887 3643 Email: enquiries@renfrewshirecarers.org.u History of Renfrewshire Carers Centre Following a Community Care Conference in November 1991 a District Carer Group was developed. This group focused on resourcing carers in terms of information and identifying …

Renfrewshire Carers Centre Read More »

North Sea oil and gas regulator investigates firm

THE UK oil and gas industry watchdog has launched an investigation into a firm after complaining of patchy compliance with regulations in the North Sea. The Oil and Gas Authority said it has opened an investigation into a possible breach of field Production Consents, without providing further details. “The investigation follows an Enquiry which concluded that there was sufficient initial evidence …

North Sea oil and gas regulator investigates firm Read More »

GB News to launch four political programmes

GB News has announced plans to “supercharge” its political coverage with the launch of four dedicated programmes. The new channel also revealed its intention to hire more journalists for its political team, joining current political editor Darren McCaffrey. Three ‘breifing’ programmes will launch in the coming weeks; The Briefing: AM with Tom Harwood, The Briefing: …

GB News to launch four political programmes Read More »

Glasgow Lookers supplies Menzies vans

LOOKERS Volkswagen Van Centre in Glasgow has secured a major contract to supply more than 100 new Volkswagen Crafter panel vans to Menzies Distribution to support a significant fleet expansion of its supply chain and logistics business. Menzies recently expanded further in Scotland after acquiring West Lothian-based logistics company JBT Distribution, enhancing its presence throughout the …

Glasgow Lookers supplies Menzies vans Read More »

SNP told to axe ‘out of control’ road expansion plans amid climate fears

SNP ministers have been told to axe their “out of control road-building programme” worth £7 billion one day after a stark UN report warned politicians that immediate action is needed to avert climate catastrophe. The Scottish Government has pledged to become net zero by 2045 and cut 1990 levels of emissions by 75% by 2030 and …

SNP told to axe ‘out of control’ road expansion plans amid climate fears Read More »

Scottish Government adviser among experts who say herd immunity unachievable

HERD immunity against coronavirus is mythical and unachievable, a leading panel of experts has said. Scottish Government adviser Professor Devi Sridhar was among those speaking to the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Coronavirus this morning, when she said the country was unlikely to reach a threshold for herd immunity. She also said that wealthy …

Scottish Government adviser among experts who say herd immunity unachievable Read More »