The Herald Arts Magazine, December 9 2017. HOME. Mogwai’s Barry Burns is unsure where it is. He enjoys the easygoing way of life in Berlin where people still smoke in bars and swig beer on trains or while walking down the street. But Burns, who is a multi-instrumentalist for the postrockers, also loves the Glasgow […]
Twice I’ve seen Beach Boys’ legend Brian Wilson perform and twice I’ve had some kind of out of body experience. The first was at T in the Park when my pal and I became great friends with a hippy couple for the whole of his set. We swayed around the dark tent holding on to each other, […]
The Evening Times / Herald Scotland, February 3 2016 A group of men, including an ex-naval officer, have spoken out about battling addictions and living on the streets of Glasgow in a bid to help others.
Father-of-four Mohammad Ahmad turns to the baby of the family – his youngest son Omar – to ask if he’s happy in Paisley.
The Sunday Herald, December 20 2015 Scots have been the punchline of jokes in Germany for decades thanks to the tired old tight-fisted stereotype.
The Evening Times opinion column, October 8 2015 Right now and in the coming weeks refugees will be trying to settle into life in Glasgow and other parts of Scotland.
The Evening Times, September 25 2015 Refugees were given free tickets to a football match to help them integrate into Scottish life.
The Evening Times, August 31 2015 A man who fled to the UK with bullets in his leg after being hunted down by terrorists is backing a Scottish drive to stop violence against women.
The Sunday Herald, August 9 2015 MONA’S STORY Mother-of-four Mona Hussain left Calais and arrived in Britain by hiding in the back of a lorry with a man and a woman who was six-months-pregnant.
The Evening Times, June 10 2015 They were seven ordinary girls who fought for human rights, helped to change immigration laws and even inspired a musical.
The Evening Times, May 12 2015 THE family of Stockline victim Annette Doyle remembered her as the “life and soul of the party”.
The Sunday Herald, April 26 2015 TERROR AT HOME THERE is an Arabic proverb that sums up why refugees flee the Middle East and Africa on the “boats of death”.