17 hrs ago
Woman Dies at Stone Roses Concert [News]
A 24-year-old woman has died in hospital after falling at a Stone Roses concert in Glasgow, Scotland at the weekend.
23 hrs ago
Glasgow's a 1m Springsteen sell-out
Every available hotel room within a 10-mile radius of the city centre has been snapped up by fans as the American singer songwriter known as the Boss gets set to perform tonight at Hampden Park.
23 hrs ago
Go-ahead for 4m revamp of cat and dog rescue centre
A 4million expansion plan to deal with an increase in the number of abandoned animals has been given the go-ahead.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
David Tennant and Rosamund Pike share a hug on first day of filming...
It can be difficult bonding with colleagues on the first day of a new job, but David Tennant and Rosamund Pike didn't appear to have any difficulties on Monday.
The Star Online
Hearts poised to enter administration
Scottish Premier League club Hearts served notice on Monday of their intention to appoint an administrator having last week put all their players up for sale and been banned from making new signings.
Cows on the line: Glasgow-Edinburgh rail services badly disrupted
Scotland's busiest rail service is badly disrupted this afternoon after cows strayed on to the line between Lenzie and Bishopbriggs.
This picture shows the beautiful interior of the Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow.I am glad to have captured this interesting shot.
Thousands take part in Glasgow Men's 10k
MORE than 3300 men took a giant stride towards a healthier life in Glasgow's annual Men's 10K run.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
'Shambolic' MoD response to nuclear simulation criticised
Defence ministers are to face questions this week over an emergency exercise that revealed how Scotland could be left to fend for itself after a catastrophic nuclear weapons accident.
Hell on wheels: An assistant gunner, Jessup man's tank was hit three...
Jason farmer / staff photographer Mr. Skovira found this Nazi flag in a German police station, then sent it home as a souvenir of his war experience.
The Daily Record
Building tycoon's wife claims A 16million in one of Britain's biggest divorce settlements
SAM Warburton believes today's victory over a tough Waratahs team provided the perfect preparation for the British and Irish Lions' first Test match against Australia.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
The large penis is much prized, but the hazards of the up-sized are overlooked
In ancient times, before trousers, someone with an enormous penis could let the weight of his phallus hang right down from the middle of his being.
British warplanes divert US-bound flight after threat
British fighter jets escorted an EgyptAir plane bound for New York to a Scottish airport on Saturday after a note was found on board threatening to set it on fire, authorities and eyewitnesses said.
NYC-bound flight from Cairo diverted after threat
EgyptAir Flight 985, bound for New York City from Cairo, was diverted to Glasgow, Scotland, after a passenger found a threatening letter in the bathroom, June 15, 2013.
10k reward to catch rail thugs
RAIL bosses have offered a 10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of vandals who caused train chaos when they damaged signal equipment.
Knighthood for Scotland's top cop
Former Strathclyde Police chief and now head of the national force, Steve House, has been recognised for services to law and order.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Praise for retiring education chief
East Renfrewshire Council has announced that the head of its education department, John Wilson, is to leave his post after more than a decade in charge.
Streets Ahead: meet our magnificent seven winners
MORE than 200 people almost raised the roof of the Winter Gardens last night as they cheered on our sensational Streets Ahead winners.
Africa's taste for a top tipple draws in luxury brands
Bottles of Johnnie Walker whisky move along on the production line at the Diageo owned Shieldhall bottling plant in Glasgow, Scotland.
Metro UK News
'Tent' that stood for just one night named among Scotland's best new buildings
The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland voted the Ghost Of Water Row in Govan, Glasgow, among the top 12 architecture projects in the country A 'tent' which stood for just one night has been named as one of the best new buildings in Scotland.