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‘Please don’t bleed, because there’s nobody out there to help me’: stories of students training in the NHS 

Unqualified students are being left to pick up the slack on NHS wards amid a dangerous staffing crisis. Nursing and midwifery students say their training has been inadequate, and one…

Doctor Who exhibit at National Museum

The National Museum of Scotland has unveiled a new and exciting exhibition centred around a science fiction classic which delves into the science as much as the fiction. ‘Doctor Who…

An Edinburgh night out – so much potential…

It’s Saturday night and pres are in full swing. You’re sitting – coats on – in your mate’s flat, the lingering smell of anticipation and damp in the air as…

The End of Nadhim Zahawi?

“Careless and not deliberate” is the slogan drifting between every news outlet worth reading. Nadhim Zahawi, chairman of the Conservative Party, is under fire for mishandling his tax affairs. After…

Review: The Menu

Following in the footsteps of Knives Out and Ready or Not, The Menu is the latest film in a line of black comedy satires about the mega-rich. It might be…

2022 Musical Reflection

To tell the truth, I have struggled a bit to appreciate some of 2022’s album releases. The album that best summarises this sentiment, Taylor Swift’s Midnights album. It constitutes a…

Ornamental Mythologies: Hannah Lim At Edinburgh Printmakers

Singaporean-British artist, Hannah Lim, returns to Scotland for her first solo exhibition exploring her heritage and the intricacies of traditional Chinese design through a series of intricate objects and prints.…

The politics of fact and fiction in TV

Fake news. A term that sends shivers down the necks of both journalists and politicians alike. But within television how far can artistic interpretations go in blurring the line between…