Profile: Tristan Stewart-Robertson

Glasgow Times:

Chief Reporter

Originally from Canada, I've got 18 years under my belt as a reporter in the west of Scotland. I cover court, council, social justice, human interest - anything and everything for Clydebank Dumbarton and the Vale, and north-west Glasgow. The most important stories are the snapshots of everyday life.

Latest articles from Tristan Stewart-Robertson

Clair Coyle, WDCF manager, said they would review their services again in April 2022
A woman was arrested for allegedly having a baseball bat in a Whitecrook street
A 19-year-old man has been given a recorded police warning for possession of herbal cannabis
The bike was stolen from outside a ship in the Clyde Shopping Centre
Drumchapel charity G15 Buses started their service last week in the area without any SPT funding
Toni Giugliano watches the counting of votes on Friday evening, with West Dunbartonshire MP Martin Docherty-Hughes in the foreground
Jackie Baillie was re-elected as Dumbarton’s MSP with the highest number of votes in her six elections
The Clydebank public has backed the ideal of a permanent tribute to the town’s Covid victims, with the waterfront the preferred location so far, after the Post told the story of Bankie Patrick Rooney, top, and his family’s call for a lasting
Labour's Jackie Baillie won the Dumbarton constituency with Toni Giugliano (SNP) runner-up
A Clydebank man has been arrested in connection with an alleged attempt to steal two bikes from a Balloch garden.