● Heartbroken mum of Milton man Johnny Connelly welcomes all to lay wreath on anniversary of his death Johnny Connelly's heartbroken mother has welcomed all to lay a wreath at Spears Wharf Canal on the first anniversary of...
● Glasgow football bosses call for more clarity from SFA First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirmed yesterday contact sports could resume for youngsters on Monday as the country enters Phase Three.
● Royal Scottish National Orchestra announces series of summer songs from Junior Chorus The Royal Scottish National Orchestra has announced a series of summer songs from its Junior Chorus, recorded as their term came to an end.
● Hibernian boost attacking firepower by signing Drey Wright and Kevin Nisbet DREY WRIGHT is keen to get his Hibernian career up and running after agreeing a two-year contract with the Easter Road club.
● Dr Punam Krishan: We'll need to get used to mishaps as we adjust to new normal The return back to some sort of normality is underway! After 16 weeks at home, I ventured out to the shops for the first time last weekend. In...
● Stewart Paterson: Homeless rough sleepers must not be replaced with a new wave Shops are already open, shopping centres can open next week and before long offices will start to be occupied again.
● Drive-in movies to come to Braehead to raise cash for charity DRIVE-IN movies are coming to the boardwalk at intu Braehead to raise money for charity.
● Nicola Sturgeon hopeful Scots will comply with face masks law in shops NICOLA Sturgeon said she is hopeful people will comply with new rules making face coverings compulsory in shops.
● Celtic 'chasing' Philadelphia Union defender Mark McKenzie as Hoops weigh-up £1m bid for USA star REPORTS this morning have suggested that Celtic are plotting a £1million switch for Philadelphia Union defender Mark McKenzie.
● Here are the Glasgow beer gardens open this weekend This weekend looks set to bring a temporary reprieve from the grey and wet weather of the last two weeks with highs of 17 degrees and the chance of some blue skies.
● Hearts and Partick Thistle claim Dundee United are breaking SPFL rules by asking clubs to help with legal costs HEARTS and Partick Thistle have claimed that Dundee United are breaking SPFL rules by asking fellow SPFL clubs to...
● CCTV footage released after man slurs inappropriate abuse at woman in Glasgow city centre Images have been released after a woman was subjected to verbal abuse in the city centre.
● Officers seize paintball guns after armed response unit rushed to Glasgow Harbour Armed police have seized paintball guns from a group of men after being rushed to the West End yesterday evening.
● Coronavirus LIVE: Phase 3 brings biggest changes to lockdown in Scotland today Follow along with all the latest coronavirus developments in Scotland and further afield.
● Drumchapel councillor resigns amid 'dictatorship' and bullying claims A Drumchapel and Anniesland councillor has resigned from her role amid claims the SNP-led city council is "nothing but a dictatorship".
● Provanmill community meal share is back but will follow social distancing VOLUNTEERS in the North East of Glasgow have reinstated a community meal share project designed to bring neighbourhoods together.
● Scottish Tech Army is helping charities like Govan Community Project move services online A TEAM of high-tech volunteers are boosting the work of charities by helping move their services online.
● Worried parent raises fears of Garnethill playpark 'not safe for children' GLASGOW City Council has been slated after a playpark reopened “not safe for children”.
● Thug out on licence caught by cops with screwdriver down his pants in Govan A THUG out on early release from prison who was snared with a screwdriver down his trousers was jailed yesterday for 20 months.
● Cops put spit hood on thug who spat in officers eye and said he hoped she died of Covid A THUG who spat in a police officer’s eye at a hospital and said he hoped she died of Covid-19 was jailed on Wednesday for 14 months.
● Uproar after park gates closed to curb boozing A GLASGOW comic has hit out at the council’s announcement it will close gates at a city park to discourage underage boozers.
● Girl, 7, rushed to hospital after Glasgow dog attack A CHILD has been rushed to hospital with serious injuries following a dog attack in Glasgow.
● Peever, parks and footie on the street - Glasgow at play through the decades DO YOU remember building bogies and sledges to career down pavements and grassy hills?
● Watch our reporter on the City Sightseeing Glasgow tourist bus GLASGOW’S official tourist buses are set to reopen on next Friday after a successful trial run.