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Greenock’s Tall Ships event kicks off today

Greenock hosts the tall ships event this week where 57 vessels will be berthed until 12th July before moving on to Lerwick.  The event...

Newsnet Scotland – an update of recent events

Today, as with every other day, Newsnet Scotland brings you news, comment and opinion on a variety of subjects.  It’s the end of a...

Syrian protest continues

by Martin McDonald Yesterday saw 500,000 people take to the streets in the Syrian city of Hama in yet another day of sustained protest...

News of the World set to close as police urged to...

by G.A.PonsonbyThe News of the World looks set to close after the scandal of phone hacking rocked the paper. Reports suggest that allegations of phone tapping...

Troublesome Natives

Reader Comment by Andrew Barr Troublesome Natives Scotland is in the state of the half-nation; where we are half-served, and half-governed, and half-represented from...

Who Do You Think You Are?

Reader Comment by Robert Cassells Some years ago, when the Great Lambini – or manager John Lambie to the more prosaic-minded –was a leader...

Phone Hacking and Toothless Tigers

by Mark Irvine Phone hacking has been the story making all the headlines for the past couple of days.  The issue that is fuelling...

North Britain and West Papua: Worlds Apart?

by Jack Johnston and Andy Gray As West Papuans fight for their right to a referendum on self determination, Scotland’s SNP majority government calls...

How will SNP decide the ‘wicked’ independence issues?

by Stephen Maxwell Six weeks after SNP won an outright majority in the Scottish Parliament an outline of the Scottish Government's preferred strategy for...

Searching for a National Care Service

Newsnet Report One of the few positive themes commentators were able to identify in the Labour Party's Scottish Parliament election campaign was its call...