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International Women's Day 2021

On International Women's Day this month we focus on incredible women of African and Caribbean heritage in Scotland and globally.  more  

Leverndale Hospital praised for care during the pandemic

The efforts of staff to continue to provide excellence in care at an adult mental health ward at Leverndale Hospital in Glasgow during the pandemic have been praised by Mental Welf...  more  

First black person to be elected Rector of Edinburgh University

A HUMAN rights lawyer who came to Scotland as a refugee has been named rector of Edinburgh University.  more  

Glasgow trainee nurse with two young kids dies from Covid 19

Naggayi Angella's children have penned moving tributes to their mum, with son John writing: "Mummy was a nice caring person who loved me so much".  more  

Outrage as more than 2000 racist incidents recorded in Scottish schools

Glasgow City Council saw the highest number of reported incidents with 642, with reports in Edinburgh at 490.  more  

COVID-19 vaccination gets underway

The COVID-19 vaccination programme is getting underway with nurses set to play a key role. In what is the largest such campaign in NHS history, the first people will line up to rec...  more  

Kamala Harris – the first elected black woman in the White House

Kamala Harris announced her candidacy for President of the United States on 21 January 2019 at Howard University.   more  

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  

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  

Allowing asylum seekers to work could raise £100m in tax revenues

If people seeking asylum had the right to work six months after making their initial claim it would lead to increased income tax and National Insurance as well as fewer support pay...  more