ASPIRING young film makers are taking part in this year's apprenticeship programme at John Wheatley College, in partnership with BBC Scotland and Creative Skillset Scotland.
The youngsters on will spend one day per week at the college and the rest of the time on work placement within the film, media and TV production industry in Glasgow.
Many of last year's apprentices have gone on to advanced qualifications or fixed-term contracts at BBC Scotland, one will work on the Commonwealth Dreams project and another will work on the Children In Need team.
SCOTLAND International and former Easterhouse Panthers Rugby League player David Scott has received two prestigious accolades at a special awards night.
David received the awards at Hull Kingston Rovers' Youth awards night last month.
He won the Reserves Player of the Year trophy, presented by Rovers head coach Craig Sandercock. and Third Place Reserves Man of Steel trophy, presented by Hull KR's first team player Scott Taylor.
A NEW dance show for children is coming to the East End.
What on Earth!?, by the Scottish Dance Theatre, is a work for children aged five years and upwards.
It will be at Platform in Easterhouse on Thursday, September 20, at 1.30pm. Combining dance and animation with a international soundtrack, the show will take its young audience on a curious night-time journey full of surprise encounters.
What on Earth!? is suitable for the whole family and tickets are £8/£4.50/£3.50. For more information call 0141 276 9696 or visit www.platform-online.co.uk.
LOCAL MSP John Mason has launched a newsletter, with the aim of connecting his parliamentary work with local businesses.
Mr Mason, the SNP representative for Shettleston, is also looking at the challenges faced by local businesses.
He said: "While I have to serve the residents who actually elected me, I have a range of other duties as an MSP. One of these is to seek the best for businesses in our area – be they branches of multi-national organisations or small operations with only one or two staff. "Business is the lifeblood of our country and I want to see all sizes doing well and growing."
THE Fuse Youth Cafe on Shettleston Road will hold its annual general meeting tomorrow night.
The hub, which offers services to the area's young people, will hold the AGM from 6pm to 7.30pm.
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