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Saint Andrews
Wednesday, September 19, 2018

InFocus: Neil Todd, St Andrews Community Sergeant

From Hercule Poirot to Luther, Colombo and Sherlock Holmes; fighting crime is often portrayed with a kind of unapproachable mystique. Community Sergeant Neil Todd...

InFocus: Penny Uprichard, community council member and campaigner

The Saint speaks to local council stalwart about her campaign to overhaul the local planning system

In Focus: Iain Wooley, founder of the 48 hour toilet lock...

“It’s something anyone could do – it just takes a slightly madder type of person but there are plenty of those around” -Lottie Garton talks to former student Iain Wooley about his crazy but admirably charitable idea

“I realised that there was a whale swimming in the fjord...

Laura Abernethy speaks to Theo Weiss, who spent his summer trekking across Greenland

InFocus: Sir Menzies Campbell, chancellor of the University of St Andrews

Olympic sprinter, MP, leader of the Liberal Democrats and chancellor of the University of St Andrews: as Sir Menzies Campbell prepares to retire from his position in the House of Commons, Freddy Pilkington speaks to him about his long and varied career

In Focus: Annie Newman, newly appointed rector’s assessor.

The Saint talks to recently appointed rector’s assessor, Annie Newman, about her new role in town.

InFocus: Ben Lawrie, mental health campaigner and Wellbeing committee representative

"We tend to wait until people break down and then we try and pick up the pieces.”

InFocus: Students named Undergraduates of the Year

The Saint’s Hannah Rowand sits down with Lorcan Morgan and Adam Copp, both third year students who have been named the Maths and IT...

Transition St Andrews tackles climate change

This year see the creation of a new environmental project, Transition St Andrews, which aims to tackle climate change within the local community. The...

InFocus: Vinnie Straub, founder of the “Pop-Down Café”

We interviewed one of the founders of the group that go “dumpster-diving” for food to share, with friends and strangers alike, at their self-made “café” on Hope Street in aid of the environment.