A report by sport clothing giant Nike has found that their staff in Indonesia are being subjected to ‘serious’ physical and verbal abuse
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland said “justice has been done” after the two pilots blamed for the 1994 RAF Chinook crash on the Mull of Kintyre were cleared.
The Moderator, Reverend David Arnott's opinion on the phone hacking crisis.
St. Andrews and Old & Abbey churches, Arbroath are hosting ‘The Big Day Out’ Saturday 17 September for all the family.
Ethnic cleansing are the words being used to describe the situation in South Kordofan in the Sudan according to the All Africa Conference of Churches
Christian Aid has launched an emergency appeal as millions of people in East Africa are facing starvation.
The Church of Scotland’s Mission & Discipleship Council are reaching out and want your views on worship, witness and discipleship.
HIV events will be held in Glasgow and Edinburgh next weekend organised by Waverley Care, Scotland’s leading HIV charity.
The Church of Scotland has welcomed the decision by the Scottish Government to allow time for more consideration of the Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications Bill.
Moderator warns MSP responsible for tackling sectarianism of the dangers of rushing through a bill to deal with the problem
The General Assembly will be asked today to call for an end to the war in Afghanistan and for the troops to be called home as soon as possible.
The Church of Scotland has laid out guidelines for members into dealing with the effects of suicide among young men.
Newly qualified ministers may be given a lucrative bonus to serve in remote rural parishes as their first charge, under plans from a Church of Scotland council.
The Church and Society Council have continued to be the voice of the Church of Scotland in a wide range of issues since last year's General Assembly. With a broad remit one of those topics the subject of a report to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland looked at today was the ethical and moral challenges of the internet.
A report to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland on the churches' attitude towards the Travelling community in Scotland was heard yesterday by commissioners.
One of the most emotive reports to be heard by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland will be delivered by the World Mission Council today.
THE former Chief Inspector for HM Prisons in Scotland has said prison visitor centres are 'the single best investment for reducing crime".
THE General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has voted to continue dialogue on same-sex relationships and the ministry following the Special Commission report today.