I'm Angela Haggerty, the editor. It's my job to steer the editorial direction of CommonSpace and make sure it's providing the best service possible for our readers and funders. I'm always looking at opportunities to develop CommonSpace to its full potential, and I'm very keen to hear from our readers, whether it's general feedback or you'd like to get more involved in building Scotland's new media. Give me a shout on email@example.com
Angela Haggerty: Why your fear of 'going crazy' may mean you’re the most sane person in the world
Angela Haggerty, journalist and former CommonSpace editor, contributes to our special week of coverage on the mental health crisis, drawing on her own experience to question whether what is deemed mental illness can sometimes be a rational reaction to a world gone mad.
IF YOU’RE anything like me you’ll vividly remember the aftermath of Donald Trump’s US presidential election.
Why we've hit the delete button on the CommonSpace comments section
We need a productive approach to online discourse - and that means recognising when things aren't working
WHEN CommonSpace launched nearly three and half years ago, there were some basic things news websites tend to have that we built into it, like the comments section below articles.
Beat that Boris: Alternative Brexit bus warning of costly consequences of EU exit to visit Scotland
Nationwide bus campaign takes cheeky dig at Boris Johnson's Brexit battlecry
AN alternative bus warning of the cost of Brexit to the UK economy is to visit Glasgow and Edinburgh this weekend, in a cheeky nod to Brexiteer Boris Johnson's campaign bus which suggested an NHS boost of £350m per week if the UK voted to leave the EU.
Former Scottish Labour boss Kezia Dugdale finally reveals how much she earned in the I'm A Celeb jungle
The MSP's appearance on ITV reality caused a stir in her party
FORMER Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has finally revealed how much she was paid to jet off to Australia to take part in ITV reality show I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here!
Why CommonSpace will be seeing 2018 in with open arms and a smile - and it's all down to you
We hope you have a great holiday and we'll be back in early January
WELL, it's been another fantastic year at CommonSpace.
We're now just over three years old, and we have more support than we've ever had. For the first time this year, we launched a fundraising campaign aimed specifically at raising money for CommonSpace to enable us to add to our team.
CommonSpace plans to take the Scottish media by storm - here's how
Build the Scotland you want to live in - #SupportAReporter
WE’RE living through incredible political times, and we've created a new media fit to handle it.
That's the bottom line with CommonSpace and others like it. The digital arena gave an alternative the room to grow, and that alternative is now every bit as much the media as its mainstream counterparts.
We'll see you in 2017
CommonSpace will be back in the new year
WELL, that's it from us for 2016, folks, and what a year it's been.
The CommonSpace team is now off for the Christmas holidays and a very well-earned break. We'll be back publishing as normal on 4 January.
I'd like to say a huge thank you to all of you for your incredible support this year. CommonSpace is now two years old and we are going from strength to strength.
Michael Moore has just released a five-point action plan for the US following Trump's election victory
The American filmmaker had previously predicted Trump would win the US election
AUTHOR and filmmaker Michael Moore has published a series of suggested steps for Americans who oppose Trump in the wake of his election success.
The creator of Bowling For Columbine and Fahrenheit 9/11 successfully predicted Trump would be elected during the summer with a five-point list of reasons.
Bam Glam! Comedy glam rock album takes aim at John McTernan, Michelle Mone and the Duke of Buccleuch
Have you ever wondered what Scottish politics meets glam rock would sound like? Wonder no more
MICHELLE MONE, the Duke of Buccleuch and John McTernan are the star subjects of a new glam rock album, Bam Glam!, by comedian Tommy Mackay.