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  • 09/03/16 - 16030907 - STRIPE COMMUNICATIONS  
  ScottishPower Warriors Rugby Championship featuring Grange Academy, Lenzie Academy, All Saints Academy and Hyndland Secondary
    Glasgow Warriors cheer on young Hyndland stars

    Hyndland secondary school pupils had the chance to meet their rugby idols as they took part in the quarter-final of the ScottishPower Glasgow Warriors Rugby Championships at Scotstoun last Wednesday. The team of S1 and S2 boys – pipped...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • Football team nets £600 for charities

    A seven-a-side football team have achieved a worthy goal – raising more than £600 to help charities in Scotland and in Africa. James Johnstone, who works at Paisley-based fair foods firm JTS, organises the team’s games at...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    Glasgow Accies pitch in to celebrate arrival of Webb Ellis Cup

    Glasgow Academy, representing Glasgow Academicals, and West Under 18s, representing the West of Scotland FC, met for a match at Scotstoun yesterday to celebrate the arrival of the Webb Ellis Cup. This trophy commemorates the famous incident on...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    Joseph Gray’s skills are gold standard at Craftex

    City of Glasgow College student Joseph Gray has won the top gold medal award at Craftex 2014, the Trades House of Glasgow’s annual craft awards and exhibition. The awards showcase the best traditional and modern crafts, design and technology...

    • Posted 4 years ago
  • Get Ready Glasgow – how the Games will affect where you live and work

    Get Ready Glasgow – the city council information programme to help prepare citizens for any potential disruption around the Commonwealth Games this summer – is revisiting every directly affected community in May. Special events have been organised to help local residents...

    • Posted 4 years ago
  • Sevens heaven for local rugby fans

    The HSBC Sevens World Series comes to Scotstoun Stadium on Saturday and Sunday (May 3-4). The small-sided version of rugby has been played around the world for more than 130 years since being devised by Melrose butcher Ned...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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    Scottish Memories: immigration stories

    Adarsh Khullar is well-known in Glasgow for setting-up the Scottish Asian Ekta (‘unity’) Group, the first of its kind in this country for widowed and single women – but there is much more to her story as...

    • Posted 4 years ago