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  • Maryhill Burgh Halls development honoured in property awards

    Two local buildings won top awards in the very first Scottish Property Awards in Edinburgh last night – an event celebrating the best in new commercial and public property developments. Maryhill Burgh Halls, by JM Architects, won Development...

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    Gillian Kyle in tune with Scotland the Brave

    In a collaboration with young Scottish illustrator Tony Mackay, Finnieston-based designer Gillian Kyle has just launched a distinctive range of ‘Scotland the Brave’ mugs, coasters, teatowels and tote bags. The designer says: “In what is a big year...

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    Habibi Kitchen … a sun-shining example

    One really special ingredient added to the enjoyment of the Farmers Market in Partick on Saturday – sunshine, writes Ginny Clark. It was great to be able to stroll around, sample the food and chat to the...

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    International and local writing? Aye Write!

    Aye Write! kicks off again on April 4 with a fantastic line-up of events that includes talks, workshops and the chance to meet many of our favourite writers – big-names and new talent alike. Glasgow’s Book Festival...

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  • McCulloch a striking addition to City

    Glasgow City have signed striker Cheryl McCulloch from fellow SWPL side Hamilton. McCulloch made her debut yesterday, playing 90 minutes against top English side Manchester City and enhances the squad for the season ahead. City head coach Eddie Wolecki...

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  • The Book Thief … haunting

    The Second World War is the theme that unites both of these new films. The Book Thief is a haunting tale of “the need to retain humanity”, writes Ruth Allen. Stalingrad is “a gruelling and vivid portrayal”. THE BOOK...

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  • Her … switched on to emotion

    Beautiful and insightful, cross-genre Her will be “two hours you won’t want to end”, writes Ruth Allen. HER (Run time: 125mins;  Director: Spike Jonze; Cast: Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Adams, Rooney Mara, Olivia Wilde and the voice of Scarlett...

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  • Arlington and Western A-listed by Historic Scotland

    The Arlington Baths and the Western Baths buildings have both been upgraded from ‘B’ to ‘A’ listing by Historic Scotland. A joint statement says the decision is a “ringing endorsement” of the clubs’ attempts to preserve their...

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  • St Vincent Crescent residents AGM

    All matters Finnieston – and parking –  will be up for discussion when the St Vincent Crescent , Corunna and Minerva residents association meet tomorrow night (Tuesday, Feb 25). It’s also the residents association’s AGM and everyone...

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  • City in level best against Man-C

    The international friendly between Scottish Champions Glasgow City and English giants Manchester City finished in stalemate  as the two sides enjoyed a competitive 0-0 draw at Petershill Park. It was Glasgow City’s second pre-season friendly in seven...

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