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Covid-19 cases in the African continent continue tick upwards

South Africa continues to lead in terms of cases (592,000) but also testing capabilities. Nigeria, Ghana, Algeria, and Ethiopia count amongst the countries with the larger number o...  more  

First black and female Member of Scottish Parliament could be in Holyrood

The only black and female Councillor in Renfrewshire representing Erskine and Inchinnan has been nominated by her party to stand as the Member of Scottish Parliament (MSP) in next ...  more  

Pupils at Bannerman High School in Baillieston among 8 COVID-19 positive cases in North East Glasgow

Test and protect staff are contacting anyone who may be affected and there is no current added risk to the wider community due to this cluster of cases.  more  

ZOOM VIDEO: Paisley Opera Performance to Thank NHS Greater Glasgow Staff

A member of the Paisley Opera has thanked NHS staff by organising an operatic rendition of Easter Hymn using Zoom  more  

You are required by law to wear a face covering in Scotland's shops and on public transport

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Phase 3: staying safe and protecting others. Below are the new rules on staying safe and protecting others to help suppress the virus.  more  

The majority of people in Scotland believe in setting own immigration policy, new survey found

63.37% of people in Scotland agreed on having the ability to make different choices to the rest of the UK  more  

Professor Sir Geoff Palmer talks to Jambo! Radio

Sir Palmer is Scotland's first black Professor. He want slavery history be taught in schools in Scotland and is against the pulling down of statues of people connected to the slave...  more  

We celebrate Diane Umuhoza on Carers Week 2020

Diane has been a Carer for 12 years and is training to be a nurse. Originally from Rwanda, Diane has been in Scotland since 2004.  more  

Face covering mandatory on public transport in Scotland from Monday

In Phase 2 of easing lockdown restrictions in Scotland, most shops are to reopen from 29 June as part of a further easing of the country's lockdown rules.  more