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  • Heroic Hawks bag the points

    Glasgow Hawks 10, Stirling County 3 Hawks’ programme notes predicted a tight and close encounter between these two sides and so it was to prove, writes Alex Gordon. I don’t expect, however, this was quite the game...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • Coach House Trust Christmas Market

    The Coach House Trust is having a Christmas Market next month on Saturday, December 5 between 10am-4pm. There will be Arts & Crafts and plants for sale together with hot food and drinks. Rock salt and compost will also be...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • Partick Thistle now debt-free

    Partick Thistle have announced they are now debt free following new shareholder investment and agreement with the Bank of Scotland. Key to the refinancing is the creation of the Partick Thistle Football Club Trust, which will provide the support with fans-appointed representatives...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • MALALA
    He Named Me Malala: The story of a true hero

    Inspirational and intriguing, He Named Me Malala is the film everyone should see, says Ruth Allen. Coming of age tale from Australia Paper Planes charms, Brooklyn is elegant and understated … but there’s a  price to pay in black comedy Kill Your...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • Positive Action in Housing call for medic volunteers to help on Lesvos

    Glasgow charity Positive Action in Housing is calling for 200 volunteers with medical skills over the age of 25 to travel to the Greek island of Lesvos to help save lives. The refugee crisis was the focus of last...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • Festival of Ethics (600ppi)
    Ethics festival puts city in spotlight

    Craig Tannock believes this month’s citywide festival of ethics could be pivotal in making Glasgow become a leading world centre of ethical thinking. The Only Way Is Ethics starts on November 29 and finishes on December 6 with the final...

    • Posted 2 years ago