Ollie Rudden



The Glasgow Guardian meets John Kerry

2nd November 2021

The US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate and former Secretary of State under President Obama was caught by The Glasgow Guardian’s News team, speaking with them briefly. John Kerry was spotted by chance outside The Dirty Duchess, across the road from Argyle Street’s Tesco Express by ourselves, part of the News team: Deputy News Editor ...


‘The era of injustice is over’: COP26 Coalition held their opening ceremony on Sunday

1st November 2021

Many people from across the movement delivered speeches, criticising governments for their poor action towards helping those worst affected from the climate crisis, including former UofG student Lauren MacDonald. The COP26 Coalition held their opening ceremony at The Landing Hub in Glasgow on Sunday 31 October. They welcoming speakers from across the movement, including indigenous ...


Kelvin Way closing to traffic ahead of COP26

25th October 2021

All traffic, including walkers will be barred from walking down Kelvin Way from Friday 29 October to Tuesday 2 November, and again from Friday 5 November to Saturday 6 November. Glasgow city council has announced that Kelvin Way will be closed to all traffic, including walkers, for much of the duration of COP26. The closures ...


An urgent appeal to find a missing student has been launched

18th October 2021

Timothy Chiwaula was last seen on Monday 11 October with friends in Shettleston. Family and friends are urging the public to help find Timothy Chiwaula, 23, a BA Acting student of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS), who has been missing since last Monday 11 October. Two friends of Timothy last saw him at his ...