Loretto Lambe, disability campaigner. Photograph: Peter Boardman FPIBB

Loretto Lambe, who has died aged 72, was founder and chief executive of the profound disability charity Promoting a More Inclusive Society (Pamis). As(...)

A statue of Socrates in Athens: the philosopher  was a “midwife” to the truth. Teachers must interrogate pupils’ standpoints and create critical thinking

We’re only about 2,500 years behind the Greeks but Philosophy is finally making it on to the school curriculum. The National Council for Curriculum an(...)

Graham McCulloch: “After I finished a degree in zoology at the University of Dundee in 1994, I got a contract as a safari guide with a company which was starting up in Botswana. All I wanted was a year’s experience, but that milestone came and went and I’m still here.”

How do you stop yourself being trampled by an elephant in your sleep? Attach chilli peppers to a fence of course! That’s just one of the many things I(...)

An image of the facial reconstruction of the man was done in an attempt to find him.

Gardaí in Galway have established the identity of a man whose body was found in woods in Connemara in 2006, after extensive national and international(...)

The facial reconstruction of the woman was produced by experts at University of Dundee using CT scans of the woman’s skull.

Scottish police have confirmed the identity of a woman whose dismembered body was found in a shallow grave in Edinburgh on June 6th last. They will no(...)