News Roundup

Today's headlines, 22 November 2006

A £5.5bn vision that could propel Glasgow into the European elite
GLASGOW'S business leaders yesterday vowed to catch up on Europe's most successful cities like Oslo, Munich, Frankfurt, Basle, and Dublin.
Herald, Page 8

Drinkers and drunkards: a tale of two countries
WHENEVER I find myself abroad, I play a game called Caledonian comparisons.
Herald, Page 15

2,000 children 'live with drug-abuser parents in capital'
AT LEAST 2,000 children in Edinburgh are living with parents who abuse drugs, council chiefs claimed yesterday.
Herald, Page 23

Angus helps beef up bid to boost burgers
ONE of Scotland's most prestigious cattle breeds is being used to boost flagging burger sales in Britain, as consumers demand more information about the provenance of their food.
Scotsman, Page 17

Poet praises 'magnificent' Holyrood as he at last enters its open doors
TWO years ago, Scotland's poet laureate urged the country's politicians to use the "curves and caverns" of their new parliament to the full, and never let it be a "nest of fearties".
Scotsman, Page 19

List of weblinks to the above newspapers:

Herald

Scotsman

Martin Shannon (m.shannon@admin.gla.ac.uk)


First published: 22 November 2006