Saturday Mar 1
South China Morning Post
Saskatoon's face has changed with the rise in city's Chinese population
Named after a violet-coloured berry, hometown of legendary singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell and current home of Life of Pi author Yann Martel, Saskatoon is hoping to add a new string to its bow as the next hot spot for Chinese immigrants to Canada.
People are unsure what Labour stands for
Last week it was David Bowie, and this week the First Minister and Johann Lamont made a spectacle of themselves over The Proclaimers.
News from around the district
Tomorrow night Flix in the Stix presents a second showing of the very popular film based on the sensational stage hit featuring music by pop-folk band The Proclaimers.
From Montreux to Montrose: Status Quo set to rock Angus
The group - known for hits such as Pictures Of Matchstick Men and Rockin' All Over The World - are to appear at this year's Montrose Music Festival.
Changes: the celebrities that have entered the independence debate
David Bowie is not the first pop star to get political. The Ziggy Stardust singer's comments on Scottish independence follow a number of other high-profile musicians who have waded into the political arena.
The News Journal
Bagpipes, Kilts and an American Debut
Students at Wilmington Christian School will be the first group outside the United Kingdom to perform a Scottish musical called "Sunshine on Leith."
The Daily Record
Casting call as Sunshine on Leith gets set for Edinburgh Fringe
PRODUCERS are trying to unearth new stage stars for the all-singing, all-dancing Fringe premiere of Sunshine on Leith.