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The LaFontaines: We will play the Hydro one day  We speak to The LaFontaines Kerr Okan as the band release their third album Junior...
Here we go again: Mamma Mia! is coming back to Glasgow for two week run  POPULAR jukebox musical Mamma Mia! is returning to Glasgow for a two-week run.
Car found burned after man left with cuts to head in targeted gang attack  A MAN has been left with cuts to the head in what police believe was a targeted attack.
Jamie Oliver documentary to touch on restaurant collapse and his private life  The TV chef and campaigner allowed cameras into his home to delve into his personal life.
Three nights of roadworks on M80 and M73 to kick off  OVERNIGHT roadworks on sections of the M80 and M73 are set to kick off tonight (June 18) for three nights.
MP bids to stop Universal Credit sanctions for refusing zero-hours contract job  A Glasgow MP is trying to prevent workers who refuse a zero-hours contract job having benefits sanctioned by the DWP.
'Number of people' rushed to hospital after Castlemilk crash  A NUMBER of people are believed to have been rushed to hospital after a crash in Castlemilk.
Greatest Kits | Rangers: 08/09 v 92/93  In today's Greatest Kits poll, we're pitting Rangers' away strip from the 2008/09 campaign up against the club's away shirt from the 1992/93 season.
Greatest Kits | Celtic: 10/11 v 98/99  Today's Greatest Kits vote pits Celtic's away strip from 2010/11 up against the club's away shirt from the 1998/99 campaign.
Glasgow Queen Street station reopens after thick smoke filled upper concourse  GLASGOW Queen Street Station has reopened after thick smoke billowing out of a train funnel triggered the smoke alarm.
Train disruption in Milngavie area amid points failure  A points failure in the Milngavie area is causing disruption to trains running to and from the station.
On the trail of Oor Wullie across Glasgow - and beyond  Under cover of darkness, the Oor Wullie art trail was officially installed in various locations around Glasgow and the West to raise funds for Scotland’s children’s...
Nobody Knows Glasgow Better: Can you guess which building this is?  How well do you know Glasgow? Can you guess what today’s building is in Glasgow?
Housing plan set for green light despite traffic fears  MAJOR plans to build 165 homes in Thornliebank are set to get the green light.
'Nice new shiny school': State-of-the-art campus set for council approval  A NEW £23million state-of-the-art Glasgow school is expected to get the go ahead today.
We're on the cusp of the most disastrously right-wing Westminster government in living memory, says Susan Aitken  FIVE weeks from now the UK will have a new Prime Minister, the third Conservative in Downing Street in less than...
'Horrendous living conditions': Housing defects show 'shameful' treatment of asylum seekers  Less than a quarter of homes in Glasgow housing asylum seekers were found to be compliant with basic housing standards, new figures...
Search begins to find the greatest Glaswegians of all time  GLASWEGIANS have changed the world.
Memories of the great Glasgow steamies  THANKS for the Memories readers are being asked to turn detective to help find a mystery man.
Help to prevent poverty among private rented tenants  THE Number of private rented homes in Glasgow has increased significantly over the last decade.
Famalam to return for a third series  The BBC sketch show will also be given a Christmas special.
John Torode and Lisa Faulkner say their show is antidote to negative TV  The actress and the MasterChef star are returning for another series.
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