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    New Byres Road BID manager working for ‘Glasgow’s premier neighbourhood’

    Byres Road & Lanes Business Improvement District (BID) has appointed Deborah Murray as project manager to deliver the first elements of the business plan. Murray, the former culture, events and tourism manager with Stirling Council, has a background in...

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    West End Festival 2015 wraps up in style

    As music drifted out over the park from Kelvingrove Bandstand yesterday, the 20th West End Festival bowed out in style. After  the biggest festival so far – with more than 400 exhibitions, performances, talks, tours, workshops and screenings at more...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • City hit the break in command

    Glasgow City remain at the summit of the SWPL table on goal difference after a commanding 3-0 victory over Rangers at the Excelsior Stadium, writes Graham Semple. Rangers made a bright start and Katey Turner and Chelsie...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • Sarjeant ready to roar back for Tigers

    James Sarjeant will make his Glasgow comeback tomorrow against a Sheffield side he knows well – but insists he’ll be friends with no-one when he meets them on the track, writes Bryan Copland. The 21-year-old will take...

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  • Schouten shines as Hillhead home in on victory

    Hillhead 171 all out (42 overs) 12 its, Motherwell 43 all out (18 overs) On a day which felt almost “summerish” at a cool 18C, Hillhead convincingly beat Motherwell by 128 runs on a pitch that had sufficient...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • Gully Ravine, June 28, 1915: Glasgow Accies’ longest day

    This morning, June 28, 2015 a simple ceremony of remembrance took place at the Glasgow Academy War Memorial on Great Western Road to recall the events of exactly 100 years ago, writes Hugh Barrow.  Representatives of the...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • New healthy diet and lifestyle guide in six community languages

    A new and easily accessible guide has been produced following an extensive consultation that shows Black & Minority Ethnic (BME) older people can face barriers to accessing information about diet and exercise. In the first such Scottish national...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    Young Scots sports stars serve up masterclass at Hyndland

    Local table tennis sensation Sean Doherty joined Edinburgh badminton players Martin Campbell and Matthew Carder to deliver a sports masterclass for pupils at Hyndland Secondary School earlier this week. The three Scottish internationals are preparing to travel to Gwangju, South Korea next...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    Children’s Wood urge council to keep North Kelvin Meadow as a wild space

    The Children’s Wood and North Kelvin Meadow are again calling on Glasgow city council to designate the area as a green space – and are urging supporters to object to housing development plans for the site by...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • Berge powers back but Tigers just miss out

    Glasgow Tigers came within touching distance of a massive win at Peterborough last night – but saw their challenge pawed off by the Panthers time and time again, writes Bryan Copland. The Ashfield men fought back from an early...

    • Posted 2 years ago