10 hrs ago
Pop-up 'til you drop: New Scottish label opens temporary shop at Princes Square
A new Scottish clothing label inspired by Glasgow's rain is launching with a pop-up shop in Princes Square this weekend.
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14 hrs ago
5 free things in Glasgow, from gardens to museums
The image of Scotland's largest city as a hard and dirty industrial center is long gone.
Wed Apr 23, 2014
Lawyer admits running over retired lecturer
A LAWYER has admitted causing the death of a retired college lecturer after she hit him with her car in rush-hour traffic.
Cambridge Evening News
Celebration planned as the Queen's Baton visits Newmarket in June,...
Glasgow 2014 of an aerial image of a giant 100 which has been painted onto the grass at Hampden Park, which is being temporarily transformed from Scotland's national stadium into a track and field venue for the Games, to mark 100 days to go until the even The Queen's Baton will be brought to Newmarket by the town's own Commonwealth Games gold ... (more)
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Thousands go on Easter spending spree
Shoppers in Glasgow have been taking advanage of great Easter weather to hit the city's malls in search of fashion bargains for the summer season ahead Thousands packed retail malls in and around the city to snap up the latest summer fashions - from tops to sandals - as the area basked in four days of warm sunshine.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Edinburgh-born singer-songwriter Fraser Anderson is now based in London, but having spent seven years living in France he is showing his affection for his former home by touring in a Citroen 2CV.
Lost Edinburgh: Craigleith Quarry
CONCEALED beneath the busy retail outlets of Craigleith Shopping Park lies one of the capital's most celebrated geological sites and the source of much of its neo-classical architecture.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Student wins Japan scholarship
A STUDENT from the University of Glasgow was awarded a prestigious scholarship which will allow him to travel to Japan to study the country's language, culture and traditions.
Cambridge Evening News
Ashdon student to climb Mount Everest to help children living in terrible conditions
Hannah Heywood, a former pupil at Saffron Walden County High School , will embark on the mammouth task of climbing to Everest base camp in Nepal this summer.
Prestonpans cup tie thug avoids prison sentence
A football thug who was part of a 30-strong mob that brought a Scottish Cup tie to a halt has been spared a prison sentence.
Scotland woos tourists with Commonwealth Countdown
April 14 marked exactly 100 days to go to the XX Commonwealth Games. To celebrate the occasion, VisitScotland, the national tourism body for Scotland, has unveiled a list of the 100 Brilliant Things to do in Scotland that everyone must experience whilst in the country during this amazing year.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Hot destinations for news junkie holidays: Kosovo, North Korea ... and Scotland
A TRAVEL firm which organises holidays to troubled destinations such as North Korea and Kosovo is reporting strong interest in its latest package holiday to Scotland.
CBI in crisis as three more members quit over Better Together support
THE Confederation of British Industry is in meltdown after three more high-profile members quit over the business group's decision to campaign for a No vote in the referendum, with others almost certain to follow.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Retailers snap up units at Buchanan Galleries new 300m mall
SHOPS in the 300million extension to Buchanan Galleries are being snapped up by retailers - despite building work not having started.
Airport boss hits out at state aid
The chief executive of Edinburgh Airport has hit out at state support for other airports, claiming it is "distorting" competition.
Loving that late night shopping
The results of a new YouGov poll reveals that more than half of Scottish women say a successful shopping trip makes them feel great, while 18% of men agree.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
The London Free Press
Glasgow: Discover Scotland's exciting second city
Graffiti artists have adorned the sides of Glasgow's buildings with colorful murals you can see if you side-trip down alleys in the Style Mile.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
The Daily Record
Saints cup final travel chaos
Mephedrone warning issued as girl, 19, becomes latest young Scot to die after drugs binge as party carnage leaves another four in hospital POLICE believe Helen Henderson took the notorious drug MCAT - and ketamine - which is used as a horse tranquliser during the house party THE 41-year-old star of The Other Woman - a film about fidelity - revealed ... (more)
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Call for used Borders-bound diesel trains to be upgraded
Campaigners have called for the used Class 158 diesel trains earmarked for the new Borders railway to be refurbished to a high standard.