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  • North Kelvin Meadow: The fight steps up

    The campaign to save the North Kelvin Meadow from being sold to a developer by Glasgow city council has been boosted by support from a number of local celebrities, writes GINNY CLARK. Comedian Frankie Boyle, Children’s Laureate...

    • Posted 5 years ago
  • Glasgow Film Festival: Love it

    Filmgoers and the city will feel the love, says RUTH ALLEN, as the Glasgow Film Festival kicks off its most ambitious programme yet starting on Valentine’s Day and ending on the night of the 85th Academy Awards (Feb...

    • Posted 5 years ago
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    Redlands House: Engineered to impress

    Redlands House – the former Redlands Hospital on Lancaster Crescent – was once the jewel of Kelvinside, writes RONNIE SCOTT. James Buchanan Mirrlees (1822-1903), an engineer who made his name and his fortune manufacturing cane sugar machinery, and...

    • Posted 5 years ago
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    Stargazing Live: Searching the skies

    Fingers crossed for clear skies on the night of January 9 – and luckily the forecast is looking positive – as the Botanic Gardens and Oran Mor’s auditorium host BBC Scotland’s Stargazing Live from 4.30-9pm. Stargazing enthusiasts...

    • Posted 5 years ago
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    Haggis: the sonsie diet option

    The December feasting is over, so now to January – and haggis, says Ginny Clark. One of the most entertaining stories concerning haggis I’ve heard did not involve small wild creatures or even a wisp of Scotch...

    • Posted 5 years ago
  • North Kelvin Meadow: Children’s Wood protest

    The North Kelvin Meadow campaign reached a crucial point at January 1 as the deadline passed for objections to development on this popular community site. The disused area, sitting between Clouston, Sanda and Kelbourne Streets, in North...

    • Posted 5 years ago