Comic Invention: First ever comic on display in Glasgow's Hunterian Museum
History of comics explored in museum exhibition
GLASGOW UNIVERSITY'S Hunterian Museum is hosting an exhibition, Comic Invention, on the history of comics, displaying unseen works by the comic book artist Frank Quitely and other works by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Edwin Morgan and Andy Warhol.
'Prospect North' project unveiled as Scotland's International Architecture Exhibition contribution in Venice
Exhibition to highlight Scotland's place in Northern Europe
SCOTLAND's contribution to the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale has been revealed: Prospect North.
Prospect North - a creation from Lateral North, Dualchas Architects and Soluis - will explore Scotland, its relationship alongside its northern neighbours and look at people and places.
Kezia Dugdale welcomes positive response after revealing same-sex relationship
Labour leader's revelation means Scotland now has a majority of LGBT+ party leaders
KEZIA DUGDALE has spoken about the support she has received after revealing in an interview that she is in a relationship with a woman.
Dugdale joins Scottish Greens co-convener Partick Harvie, Scottish Conservatives leader Ruth Davidson and Ukip's Scotland leader David Coburn as openly LGBT leaders, meaning over half of the leaders of the major political parties in Scotland are LGBT+.
Government's National Living Wage 'no relation' to Living Wage, says campaign group
Rise in minimum wage still PS1 short of Living Wage
THE minimum wage for over 25s has increased from today from PS6.70 to PS7.20 an hour.
The rise was pledged in Chancellor George Osborne's budget last summer, in which he termed it a 'National Living Wage'.
However, campaigners and business leaders have disputed Osborne's claims and pointed out that it does not meet the Living Wage rate set by the Living Wage Foundation.
5 things you probably didn't know about new DWP secretary Stephen Crabb
We take a quick glance at the MP for Preseli Pembrokeshire
FOLLOWING the resignation of Iain Duncan Smith on Friday as work and pensions secretary, Prime Minister David Cameron turned to Stephen Crabb as his replacement.
Gender justice talk coming to Edinburgh University
Engender to give talk exploring rights and gender equality
THE challenges of using human rights approaches to advance gender justice are to be explored in a talk delivered by one of Scotland's leading feminists, Emma Ritch, next week.
Ritch is the executive director of Scottish feminist organisation Engender, and the talk, organised by Dr Lesley Orr, is part of a series of seminars being given by Edinburgh University's Centre for Theology and Public Issues.