Newsnet Scotland Paper
Newsnet Scotland was launched on 12th March 2010 by unpaid volunteers from Greenock. The site was set up in order to address what we believed to be an imbalance in the reporting of Scottish News and Current Affairs.
A not for profit organisation we support major constitutional change for Scotland whether it be full fiscal autonomy, Devolution-Max or full independence.
The Newsnet Scotland team includes:
Online Editor and Social Media
Lynda Williamson – Lynda joined the Newsnet project in early 2011. Lynda divides her time between looking after her family, her small business and Newsnet Scotland.
Paul Kavanagh – Paul is fluent in Spanish and speaks reasonable Catalan, allowing us to report on developments in Spain. He has a long-standing interest in Scottish languages.
Bob Duncan – Bob writes extensively for Newsnet and has written news pieces as well as opinion pieces.
Lynn Malone – Lynn is a freelance journalist and also Newsnet Scotland’s features editor.
Angela Haggerty – Angela is a freelance journalist and writes regularl news articles for Newsnet Scotland.
Dave Taylor – Former Data Analyst from the west if Scotland, Dave is Newsnet Scotland’s resident polling expert and provides regular expert analysis on polls and surveys, both in terms of occasional articles and advice to the team.
Other writers include G.A.Ponsonby, Martin Kelly and of course some of Scotland’s most respected journalists and commentators who have written commissioned pieces and also allowed us to reproduce their work for free. We include George Kerevan, Lesley Riddoch, David Torrance, Gerry Hassan and Kenneth Roy in this impressive list.
Corporate: NNS Media Limited is Newsnet Scotland’s not for profit corporate entity.