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  • Group aim to Make Great Western Road Great Again

    Interested in helping to Make Great Western Road Great Again? A new community group is being set up tomorrow night (Tuesday, October 27) with the aim of bringing people together to improve the quality of the stretch...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    Miquel Torner de Semir exhibition at Thistle Gallery

    Catalonian artist Miquel Torner de Semir is showing nine paintings in the Thistle Gallery in Park Road – in a time-limited exhibition until November 8. Torner de Semir’s distinctive works – often in collage and taking influences from Gothic stained glass...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • So close but Hawks downed in Hawick

    Hawick 23, Glasgow Hawks 22 It has been a week of “so near but yet so far” in rugby, writes Alex Gordon. Last weekend saw Scotland’s elimination from the World Cup by the narrowest of margins and...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    Macbeth: Bold, brutal and brilliant

    A dynamic and mesmerising re-working of Macbeth, writes Ruth Allen. This visceral interpretation features explosive central performances from Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard – and the notable presence of Glasgow actor David Hayman. Macbeth (15) (Run time: 113 mins; Director: Justin Kurzel; Cast: Michael Fassbender,...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    Suffragette: The story that must be told and retold

    Rousing factual drama Suffragette is a story that needs to be told and retold, writes Ruth Allen. In contrast to the unsettling Sicario, The Intern is an easy watch – while The Program, chronicling the rise and fall of Lance Armstrong,...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    The Martians: Matt Damon glorious as Crusoe in space

    Other worlds real and imagined with The Martians, a cleverly-scripted Robinson Crusoe tale, writes Ruth Allen. There is plenty of bite in the pun-packed Hotel Transylvania 2 and Pan is a fascinating new take on the Neverland tale. The...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • The Children’s Wood: George Square gathering to support planning decision

    The Children’s Wood and North Kelvin Meadow campaigners are heading to the City Chambers and George Square on Tuesday (October 20) morning to show support for the award-winning grassroots community initiative under threat of being sold off for housing...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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Stewart Milne Homes and Barclays have together raised £55,000 in aid of The Beatson Cancer Charity
    £55,000 donation for Beatson Cancer Charity

      Beatson Cancer Charity has received a £55,000 donation from fundraising by Stewart Milne Homes Central Scotland and Barclays. The two companies have teamed up over the past three years to engage in regular fundraising efforts, including bake...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • Woodlands Community Garden – nature workshops on Saturday

    Bio-diverse and Wild Words will be at the Woodlands Community Garden and the group’s new base at the Fred Paton Centre in Carrington Street on Saturday (Oct 17). From 2-5 pm there will be storytelling and story making, poetry and spoken word...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • Morris aims to help Tigers Nick crown again

    Nick Morris is the most experienced rider in Britain when it comes to the Premier League championship final, writes Bryan Copland. But the Australian World Cup star is as excited as ever about lining up for Glasgow Tigers...

    • Posted 2 years ago