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G44 area gets stamp of approval
The Royal Mail commissioned a study of the most desirable postcodes to live in England, Scotland and Wales to mark the 40th anniversary of the allocation of postcodes to every address in Britain.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Grub's up as pest control firm puts vermin on menu
THE dishes may have been crawling with critters - but that did not appear to bug diners in Glasgow as they tucked in to a menu with some surprise additions.
Glasgow City Chambers Invaded By 120,000 Bees
But there's no need for alarm - the bees have taken up residence on the roof of the iconic building as part of Sustainable Glasgow's plans for Green Year 2015.
Year 4 of campaign: Let's stay Streets Ahead for Glasgow
And now there is an opportunity to be part of Streets Ahead which is back for a fourth, fantastic year.
Keeping in the loop with work on woodland park
IT MAY still look a bit barren and desolate but work is pressing ahead on transforming a derelict site into a stunning woodland park.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Five unresolved Scottish independence questions
The second Scottish independence debate between Better Together's Alistair Darling and Yes Scotland's Alex Salmond is due to take place later.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Glasgow woman stick to their voting convictions
SCOTTISH INDEPENDENCE: It is a snug fit, feminism inside philanthropism, and right now there is a third idea being discussed, over endless cups of tea, by library users - Scottish independence.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
New platforms for Waverley Station
NetworkRail is to invest A 25m in the project, which will also see other platforms lengthened to accommodate longer trains Two new platforms are to be built at Waverley Station in Edinburgh using the space left by the removal of its taxi ranks.
Police trace missing sex offender
Mark King, 42, was required by law to check in with officers but had not been seen since 14 July.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Not the indyref: 50 other things to do in the weeks ahead
As a survival guide for the next few weeks and the aftermath of the indyref, ANNE DEVLIN has compiled a list of 50 fun things to do across Scotland during the rest of 2014 where we can guarantee - almost - that politics won't be on the agenda.
The Daily Record
In pictures: Britain's only surviving outdoor swimming pool...
The seawater baths at Stonehaven, beside the bone-chilling North Sea, are back in vogue as lidos the length and breadth of Britain stage a comeback.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Joey Essex leads Ant and Dec's gang of loveable showbiz pals at Glasgow show
Ant and Dec aren't short of any celebrity friends which is perhaps why their Saturday Night Takeaway Show Live is bursting with cameos from TV favourites.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Investors needed to save shipbuilder
New investors may need to found within days if the financially-stricken Ferguson Shipbuilder in Port Glasgow is to be saved, MSPs have been told.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
School pays tribute to 'ecstasy' death girl, 16
A TEENAGE GIRL who died after a house party has been described as a "popular and valued" pupil by her school.
Arutz Sheva Israel News
Global Agenda, 8:05 PMFortune 500 Company Boycotts Glasgow Over Palestinian Flag
Six hundred Americans have decided to boycott Glasgow - but this time, the move is in support and solidarity for Israel.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Pool death family sue caravan park
The family of a six-year-old boy who died after being pulled unconscious from a caravan park swimming pool are suing the campsite's owners.
Lily Allen to headline Hogmanay
It will be Lily's last show of her 2014 world tour and follows her second No 1 album 'Sheezus'.
'Exceptional grass growth' tackled
Last month, it said it had received "unprecedented levels" of complaints about the quality of grass cutting in areas it has responsibility for.
Call for speedier upgrade of bend
The Scottish Chambers of Commerce has called for work to tackle a notorious hairpin bend on the A9 in Caithness to be accelerated.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Seaman's role in First World War service
Pictured are events from today's WW1 commemoration ceremony, conducted at Glasgow Cathedral and George Square Glasgow.