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This Day, That Year – August 23

The Brew News Team   Tue 23 Aug 2022    

This day in history we feature William Wallace. William Wallace was executed for treason this day in 1305 for his struggle to free Scotland from English rule. Trivia – William Wallace On this day in London, William Wallace was executed […]


Scotland is planting millions of trees to save the river salmon

Babar Siddiqui   Tue 15 Feb 2022    

With temperatures rising north of the barometer worldwide due to global warming, locals in Scotland have aimed to save the River Dee salmons. Salmon is known as cold-water fish, with a recommended spawning temperature range of 4oC to 10oC. Let […]


V-Day: UK hails ‘turning point’ against virus, kicks off mass nation-wide jabs

Brew Admin   Tue 08 Dec 2020    

Britain on Tuesday hailed a turning point in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, as it begins the biggest vaccination programme in the country’s history with a new Covid-19 jab. The first patients in line on what has been dubbed […]


Scotland ‘world’s first’ to make period products free for all

Brew Admin   Wed 25 Nov 2020    

Scotland on Tuesday made sanitary products free to all women, becoming the first nation in the world to take such a step against “period poverty.” The measure makes tampons and sanitary pads available at designated public places such as community […]


Heels on wheels // Spooked Out in Scotland

Ipsita Barua   Thu 15 Oct 2020    

“I want to get scared, really scared without the antics”, this is what I told the discerning tourist officer at the Edinburgh Tourist Information Centre.  In a flash, she pulled out the Mercat Ghost Tours flyer with a self-proclaimed ‘5-star […]