Profile: Tristan Stewart-Robertson

Irvine 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

Scotland's new defamation law covers comments made on social media as well as on traditional platforms
New figures have revealed less people relying on Universal Credit across West Dunbartonshire
Alcohol consumption in Dumbarton and the Vale is still too high, according to DACA’s Mags Mackenzie (inset) - despite a modest drop in consumption across Scotland
West Dunbartonshire's depute provost, Karen Conaghan, wants the authority to take the lead in stamping out sectarian and racist abuse across the council area - and is hoping other local authorities will follow their lead
The 26-year-old will be reported to the fiscal for alleged drugs possession
The 27-year-old had no valid licence or valid insurance
Two cyclists were threatened by a motorist as they cycled towards the Hardgate roundabout
Dumbarton Sheriff Court, where William Ennis appeared on June 9
Daniel Mailey was caught after he sent indecent messages to two 15-year-old girls via Snapchat
The 42-year-old man was caught on CCTV in Duncombe view with a baseball bat