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  • Blue Jasmine … ‘mesmerising’ Blanchett

    Blue Jasmine heads the round-up of October’s must-sees … followed by The Artist and the Model, The Great Beauty, In a World, Prisoners, Filth, Sunshine on Leith and For Those in Peril. Woody Allen is back on...

    • Posted 4 years ago
  • Woodlands Workspace – countdown is on

    Realising the vision of creating the Woodlands Workspace – an artists studio and community hub on the gap site at the corner of West Princes Street and Ashley Street – is at least one year away, writes...

    • Posted 4 years ago
  • Magnificent seventh title for City

    Glasgow City secured an incredible seventh title in a row after defeating Hibs 4-0 at Albyn Park, writes Laura Montgomery. City needed only one point from their remaining four games to clinch the Championship and won it in...

    • Posted 4 years ago
  • James Grieves says ‘bye’ on a high

    James Grieves produced a stunning overtake in his final Glasgow Tigers race to ensure he ended his competitive career with maximum points, writes Bryan Copland. The Scot, 39, squeezed past Matthew Wethers on the home straight at...

    • Posted 4 years ago
  • City bid to secure seventh SWPL title

    Glasgow City welcome 10 players back from international duty today as they prepare to line up against Hibs knowing they need one more point to clinch the SWPL title, writes Laura Montgomery. After a stalemate against Rangers...

    • Posted 4 years ago
  • Scottish Junior Cup: Hill have high hopes

    Brian Heron reckons the Lochburn Park crowd could help Maryhill pull off a Scottish Junior Cup upset tomorrow. But he admits it’s going to be tough against North Super League pace-setters Dyce, writes Ginny Clark. The Hill...

    • Posted 4 years ago
  • City stars net in 7-0 stroll for Scotland

    Three Glasgow City players were among the scorers as Scotland bagged a magnificent seven goals against Bosnia-Herzegovina to stay top of World Cup qualifying group four. Turbine Potsdam striker Lisa Evans fired Anna Signeul’s side ahead at...

    • Posted 4 years ago
  • Admiral Fallow … first at The Hydro

    Move over Rod Stewart – it was really Admiral Fallow who played the very first gig at The Hydro. Glasgow’s indie-folk stars – who opened for Kings of Leon in the city last month – took to...

    • Posted 4 years ago
  • Glasgow v Edinburgh 26.05.13
    James Grieves in final bow at Ashfield

    A Scottish sporting legend will make his final competitive appearance this weekend after a success-laden 23-year career, writes Bryan Copland. James Grieves will bow out from official racing when he takes on Plymouth Devils for Glasgow Tigers...

    • Posted 4 years ago
  • Corsie on 7-2 win for Scotland

    The Scotland defender discusses the 7-2 win in the Faroes on the Scotland National Team’s youtube channel. Glasgow City star Corsie also looks ahead  to Thursday’s game (Sept 26) against Bosnia-Herzegovina at Fir Park.

    • Posted 4 years ago