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The substantial upgrade of Dalmarnock Station, in Glasgow's East End, includes a new entrance, ticket office, lifts and footbridge.
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GLASGOW'S council boss today signalled he would accept the closure of one of two Clyde yards if workers believed this was the best way to protect Glasgow shipbuilding.
The former Lord Provost of Glasgow met the South African freedom campaigner in 1993 when Mandela came to Scotland to receive the Freedom of the City of Glasgow.
Thousands of Britain's poorest people "will be dead before they can retire" if sweeping pension reforms are not matched by urgent action on health inequalities between rich and poor, experts have said.
A WAR hero who survived some of the most terrifying battles of the second world war is part of a pilot scheme to tackle isolation.
Ann Matheson of Biggar, Eunice Buchanan of Arbroath, and Alan MacGillivray of Glasgow, each receive 700 from this year's total prize money of 3600.
Hurricane-force gusts hit Britain on Thursday, halting trains, disrupting air travel and leaving tens of thousands of homes without electricity.
EMILY McLeod was just 14 when she helped the 25-year-old man who had been struck by a bottle at a train station in Glasgow.
Scots actor Colin McCredie also joined in with the numerous jokes on Twitter saying: "Only in Glasgow would a train be delayed by a trampoline on the line!!" Those making the 7am journey from Glasgow to Edinburgh found themselves facing further disruption when their train is reported to have collided with the trampoline.
Hamilton holds its first comedy festival this week, with performances in venues across the town centre, proceedings start tonight in the Avon Room, with a set from Fred MacAuley.
DONATIONS to a fund set up to help those affected by the Clutha tragedy have been pouring in from around the world.
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They were identified as Robert Jenkins, 61 and Mark O'Prey, 44, both from East Kilbride in South Lanarkshire, 33-year-old Colin Gibson of Ayr, South Ayrshire, and John McGarrigle, 57, from Cumbernauld in North Lanarkshire.
An interim report into the causes of a helicopter crash in Glasgow will be published as soon as possible, Scotland Secretary Alistair Carmichael has said.