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ON Day Three of our series of leader interviews Political Correspondent STEWART PATERSON talks to Labour leader Johann Lamont on why she feels Glasgow will vote no.
A young boy with the flag of Scotland painted on his face smiles for the camera as he waits with his family for the opening ceremony for the Commonwealth Games 2014 in Glasgow, Scotland.
OLD Tinseltown sparkled like a bottle of Irn Bru in a Sunday morning fridge as the door was thrown open to its Commonwealth Games.
Two local men are 'wheely' excited about taking part in Santander bank's 250 mile cycle challenge this month to raise money for the NSPCC.
This year Glasgow has soared into top tourist destination lists with both Rough Guides and The Telegraph naming us in their top ten.
A man who went on the rampage in a stolen bin lorry, trying to ram police cars and crashing into a bridge, has been jailed for four months.
AN early intervention programme is bringing hope to some of the thousands of kids in Scotland whose parents are drink or drug addicts.
Campaigner Peter Tatchell has called on First Minister Alex Salmond to condemn homophobia in some Commonwealth countries ahead of the Glasgow Games.
Former Huskers Nicholas Gordon and Chad Wright will each represent their home country of Jamaica at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, from July 23 to August 3. Gordon and Wright earned spots on the Jamaican team after competing at the Jamaican National Senior Championships earlier this summer in Kingston.
It's Game On! Watching all the sporting action in Glasgow over the next two weeks is going to be thirsty work, so here's my pick of the pubs you should enjoy after a hard day's spectating ... A pub with legendary status in Glasgow and beyond.
Dunblane town centre is set for a A 550,000 refurbishment after funds were secured from a national transport partnership.
A controlled explosion has been carried out on a World War Two bomb which two workmen took home after finding it on a remote Borders hillside.
Edinburgh Leisure has been forced to cancel water sports at one of its venues because a swan has been attacking people.
A woman had to be cut free from her car by firefighters after a crash on the A1 near Cockburnspath in the Scottish Borders on Monday evening.
Police said they wanted to trace a man who was described as being in his 30s, 5ft 10in tall, of slim build and wearing dark trousers and white top.
With only one day to go until the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games get under way, research indicates up to half the one million ticket holders still need to finalise or make plans for travel to their events.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 04:44 am
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