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Attempted murder probe launched in Glasgow after brothers 'try to stab each other to death'

Scottish Daily Record - ‎4 hours ago‎
... launched a double attempted murder probe after two brothers allegedly tried to stab each other to death. The horrifying knife fight at a tower block in Mosspark, Glasgow, on Sunday night has left a 29-year-old and his 27-year-old sibling with ...

American teens who vowed to 'save' Glasgow stop after abuse

Scotsman - ‎May 2, 2016‎
In the video - in which they pronounced Glasgow “Glass-cow” - the pair spoke over emotional piano music of the kind usually found in charity adverts appealing for donations.

Glasgow firms to lead Euro business drive

Glasgow Evening Times - ‎5 hours ago‎
GLASGOW businesses will lead a new drive to win trade and investment when the city hosts the 2018 European Championships. In partnership with Glasgow City Council and the Scottish Government, Glasgow Chamber of Commerce will chair the new ...
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Woman sexually assaulted in Glasgow city centre

BBC News - ‎20 hours ago‎
Police are hunting an attacker who sexually assaulted at woman in Glasgow's Merchant City at the weekend. The 27-year-old woman was attacked as she walked near the Jelly Bear cafe on Ingram Street at about 03:20 on Saturday.

Cereal selection: Connoisseurs can choose between American brands and traditional favourites. CC License

STV News - ‎19 hours ago‎
Scotland's first cereal cafe has launched in Glasgow, offering more than 50 different types of cereal. Advertised as a dessert, cereal and candy store, Black Vanilla is offering breakfast connoisseurs everything from the standard Cornflakes and ...
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Paisley Road West in Glasgow: The riskiest place in Britain to buy a takeaway

Daily Mail - ‎14 hours ago‎
Cautious diners might think twice before ordering from a dodgy-looking takeaway but residents of this Glasgow neighbourhood have more reason than most to give their local fast food restaurant a miss.
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Glasgow primary school has 222 pupils and not one is Scottish

Mirror.co.uk - ‎20 hours ago‎
A Glasgow primary school has more than 200 pupils - but NONE of them are native to Scotland, it has emerged. All 222 of Annette Street School's students do not speak English as their first language, with 181 of its 222 pupils hailing from either ...
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Firefighters tackle large blaze at hospital in Glasgow

STV News - ‎May 1, 2016‎
A fire service spokesman said: "At approximately 8.56pm [on Sunday], local crews from Springburn and Bishopbriggs Community Fire Stations were dispatched to reports of a derelict building on fire at Stobhill Hospital, Balornock Road, Glasgow. "On ...

Glasgow has bags of style with city's first Shopping Festival

Scottish Daily Record - ‎May 2, 2016‎
RUNNING from the 25th to 30th May, the Glasgow Style Mile Shopping Festival will shine a spotlight on the city centre, which has earned a reputation as the best shopping destination in the UK outside of London.

Worst goalkeeping blunder ever? Watch Glasgow fives keeper's comic-cuts attempt at gathering the ball

Scottish Daily Record - ‎19 hours ago‎
This clip from Tennents Lager's T5s in Glasgow does nothing for the reputation of Scottish shotstoppers. But it's well worth a watch if you want a laugh.

Glasgow nightclub's two-way mirror inspires new Fringe production

The National - ‎13 hours ago‎
A GLASGOW nightspot that allowed men to spy on women using the bathrooms is the inspiration for a major production at the Edinburgh festival this summer.

Glasgow for sale: Businessman set to cash in on city website

Herald Scotland - ‎13 hours ago‎
AN ONLINE guru who bought up a string of websites at the dawn of the internet expects to scoop £1 million by cashing in on his dot.

The Who announce 'Back To The Who Tour' with Glasgow Hydro date

Scottish Daily Record - ‎3 hours ago‎
THE WHO, one of rock's most legendary and defining bands is to perform five special shows in Glasgow, Manchester, Sheffield, Birmingham and Liverpool later this Summer as part of 'Back To The Who Tour' 2016.

LGBTI Pride House to return to Glasgow this summer

Third Force News - ‎3 hours ago‎
Pride House is returning to Glasgow this summer for the duration of the Homeless World Cup. The venue - which is a safe space for LGBTI people to engage with and celebrate at global sporting events - was last seen in the city during the 2014 ...

Shock as SEVENTEEN takeaways in a single street in Glasgow hit with hygiene notices from environmental health

Scottish Daily Record - ‎May 1, 2016‎
A Record investigation has shown the shocking number of food outlets in Glasgow's Paisley Road West that have been hit with notices following recent swoops.
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Glasgow council under fire over £100000 Old Firm handouts

Scotsman - ‎May 2, 2016‎
The row comes just six weeks after it emerged hard-up Glasgow City Council faces making £130million of cuts to public services and jobs over the next two years.

From Toryglen to New York: how a Glasgow teen turned his life around

Glasgow Evening Times - ‎8 hours ago‎
A TORYGLEN teenager is turning stereotypes on their head as he aims to be a role model to his peers. Ryan Thorne expected to leave school after fourth year and take on a trade - but now he's flying to New York as winner of a UK-wide award.

Finance in place for Glasgow student rooms

The Construction Index - ‎6 hours ago‎
The student accommodation development on the east side of Glasgow will have 536 bedrooms, split across two blocks around a central courtyard containing 149 self-contained studios and 387 bedrooms in cluster flats.

Glasgow Airport celebrating 50 years still flying high

BBC News - ‎May 1, 2016‎
Glasgow Airport now handles more than nine million passengers a year but 50 years ago when it opened, on 2 May 1966, only a handful of airlines operated there.

A fascinating document from Glasgow's past

Herald Scotland - ‎13 hours ago‎
ON Monday, the seventeenth of June, 1878, the Rev Matthew Paterson, doing his rounds of Glasgow Royal Infirmary, found himself in ward 11, talking to a man who did not have long left to live but who was nevertheless keen to see him.
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