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Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Obamacare enrolment deadline sees high sign-up figures

The Affordable Care Act, best known as Obamacare, appears to have overcome controversy during its troubled rollout.

Disappearing heritage

The decision has been made to close all remaining pay-to-use facilities at Craigtoun Country Park, a recreational facility lying roughly 2 miles South West...

The fate of the new Kenyan president, the legitimacy of the...

The election of any new president is a time of change for a nation, and Kenya is no different. Uhuru Kenyatta, 51, stood tall...

The Relationship Status: A guide to interpreting those online romantic ambiguities

Have you been Facebook stalking your latest beau-to-be? Although the ‘Relationship Status’ bar on the website may be intended to clear up any niggling...

Hunting for prey in a ferocious rental market

With years of hands-on experience in Scotland’s private rental market, The Saint Business Team’s Chris Young discusses the controversies of renting in St Andrews and offers some tips to help you beat the crowd.

Sustainability: They care and you should, too.

Four St Andrews students competed in the nPower Future Leaders Challenge. Lucy James reports.

A small, big city

As the clouds open, thousands of green spots in the dark blue become visible. The nearer the plane comes to the ground, it becomes...

Interview: Louise Richardson on the 600th Celebrations

Last Monday I sat down to chat with our Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Louise Richardson, about more or less everything St Andrews. We talked...

Labour party conference concludes in Brighton

The party conference season undoubtedly marks the zenith of Britain’s political calendar. Last week, it was Ed Miliband’s turn to enjoy the media limelight. From...

The New Union

The new Students' Association President, Owen Wilton, sits down with The Saint to talk about the job so far and the year ahead