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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.
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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.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Glasgow's popularity on the rise
Lately, I've really been enjoying what I consider to be the "second cities" of Europe, such as Naples in Italy, Marseille in France, and Hamburg in Germany.
WINNING author Eleanor Catton is pictured outside the Mitchell Library in Glasgow ahead of a debate on whether the Commonwealth means anything in literature.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Games to bring tourism boost
THE Commonwealth Games in Glasgow will offer an unprecedented opportunity for tourism, attracting thousands of new visitors to the city and Scotland, officials have said.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Glasgow youth jobless claims are attacked by civic officials
GLASGOW has the highest youth unemployment rate of any city in Britain with more than one quarter of its young people jobless, according to a study from an independent research group.
Commuters should expect the biggest train timetable that Scotland has ever seen during Games
ScotRail today announced it is planning the biggest train timetable that Scotland has ever seen for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow this summer.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Topshop revamp boosts jobs and city's reputation for style
MILLION pound investment to expand and revamp two of Glasgow's most popular fashion stores will create 50 jobs.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
The shape of things to come
Brought into life again by this year's Glasgow International, the McLellan Galleries in Sauchiehall Street not only house more than half of new festival director Sarah McCrory's personal picks, but perhaps can also be regarded as the centre of this year's celebrations.
Family in plea to find missing son
Police believe CCTV images show him at 9pm in Bridge Street/Argyle Street in St Andrews on March 19 getting off a bus.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
The Burrell collection, Glasgow
Would William Burrell have voted for Scottish independence ? The shipping magnate and philanthropist certainly took his cultural bearings from Europe rather than from England.
The Daily Record
All Pod Cons
THE Ibrox full-back insists he won't reach for the razor unless a result goes against his club in cup competitions between now and the end of the campaign.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Luxury cinema chain lined up for Buchanan Galleries
As well as airing the latest films, satellite broadcasts, music, arts and events, the new venue will feature a VIP gallery bar and lounge, plus a lobby bar and lounge to allow visitors to Buchanan Galleries to be entertained throughout the day and night.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Secret Doctor Who Tardis locations revealed...
They may not actually be able to time travel, but these original blue police call boxes are as close as you'll get to a real Tardis In 1963, when Doctor Who began, hundreds of blue police phone boxes were scattered all over the UK.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Plane spotting cars ban as giant Airbus flies in
PLANE spotters are to be banned from parking on perimeter roads at Glasgow Airport on the day the world's biggest passenger aeroplane is to land.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
The Daily Record
Family raising money for Stoneyburn stepbrothers diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
Paralysed artist pays A 180 A WEEK for care on NHS hospital ward after his living allowance benefit was cut EDWARD RAINEY said staff at Glasgow's Southern General Hospital "strongly advised" him to hire a private carer to supplement the help available on the ward.
Baton relay will be a 'golden chance' to seize spotlight
The arrival of the Commonwealth Games Queen's Baton will offer a "golden opportunity" to promote East Dunbartonshire on the world stage.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
Glasgow to Oban train trip one of Scotland's finest
THE first time I visited Oban was as a teenager almost 50 years ago. It was an overnight journey in a British Railways' excursion train and I can well remember my first impressions of the route.
Louise is counting down to Games
WITH the clock ticking and only 116 days to go until the start of the Commonwealth Games, Louise Martin admits she gets a lump in her throat when she thinks about the opening ceremony.