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  • EU ‘youth on the move’ info at Freshers Fest

    Young people who may be interested in studying or working abroad can find out more about the opportunities available at a special two-day Freshers’ Festival event at the SECC that opens on Thursday (October 2). The European Union’s “Youth On...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Council alternative – keep Kelvin Park and send p7s part-time to Hillhead high

    Campaigning parents groups are again at odds over the latest proposals from Glasgow city council concerning overcrowding at Hillhead primary school – with the consultation that was due to end today now extended until November 10. The...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • 11-goal Glasgow City power into cup semis

    Scottish Cup holders Glasgow City progressed with ease into the semi-finals after a resounding 11-0 win over Hamilton in the quarter-final at the Excelsior Stadium, writes Laura Montgomery. Less than a week after their first League defeat in...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • SMHAFF: Moving Minds at Kelvingrove

    Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum will be taken over for a day of celebration on Wednesday (Oct 1) when Moving Minds marks the start of this year’s Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival. The much-loved building will be transformed into...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Unlucky Glasgow Tigers out of cup

    Glasgow Tigers bosses and supporters are wondering what they need to do to deserve some good fortune as events away from the track this weekend contrived to wreck the club’s prospects of overpowering Newcastle to keep their Knock...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Scott’s the GHK star against neighbours

    Glasgow High Kelvinside 23, Glasgow Academicals 13 The Anniesland derby had been anticipated since the fixtures had been announced as both sides got off to a flying start and went into the tie neck and neck, even...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Horne and McGroarty at the double as Hawks soar

    Glasgow Hawks 43, Hawick 10 Both sides were well aware of the importance of this match before kick-off – they had both won a single match in their opening four with Hawick having a three-point advantage having taken a...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Scott Robertson shows the way as GHK edge derby

    GHK overcame local rivals Glasgow Accies in the first encounter between the neighbours and rivals of season 2014-15 when they met at Old Anniesland on Saturday, writes Alan Dunipace. GHK prevailed 23-13 outscoring their guests by three...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Tigers out to KO Diamonds

    Glasgow Tigers bosses are targeting a repeat of the against-all-odds performance they produced against Rye House last month to put Newcastle out of the KO Cup this Sunday, writes Bryan Copland. The speedway side beat the Rockets...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Councillors on Hillhead proposals: It’s a mess

    Hillhead councillors agree Glasgow city council have left the community with a huge problem concerning the primary school overcrowding – and also by producing proposals that have proved as divisive as they are complex. The council have...

    • Posted 3 years ago