- A man shot outside a primary school in Glasgow had been cleared of a gangland murder in 2012, the BBC understands.
- The brother of a man who died in a house fire on New Year's Day is due to appear in court later.
- Coroner hears evidence that 2015 shootings that killed 30 Britons could have been stopped sooner.
- Heavy police presence around St George’s primary school on Muirdykes Road, Penilee, after reports of firearm incidentA man has been shot in a targeted attack outside a primary school in south-west Glasgow.A heavy police presence remains in place in the suburb of Penilee after a 35-year-old was shot at around 9.05am near St George’s RC primary school on Muirdykes Road on Monday. We are aware of a firearms incident in Penilee this morning. We do not believe there is any ongoing threat
- Heavy police presence around St George’s primary school in Penilee after 35-year-old was shot at 9.05amA man has been shot in an apparently targeted attack outside a primary school in south-west Glasgow.A heavy police presence remains in place in the suburb of Penilee after a 35-year-old was shot at around 9.05am near St George’s RC primary school on Muirdykes Road on Monday. We are aware of a firearms incident in Penilee this morning. We do not believe there is any ongoing threat to
- The trial of two men accused of throwing acid in the face of a journalist has been halted temporarily because of "insurmountable difficulties."
- A man is to stand trial charged with trying to kill a cleaner in a street assault in the Gorbals area of Glasgow.
- Five-a-side football firm Goals Soccer Centres says it has "turned the corner" following a strong second half to its financial year.
- A 39-year-old man is arrested in connection with the death of a man at a block of flats in Cambuslang on Saturday.
- A woman has been airlifted to hospital following a fire at a house in South Ayrshire.
- The Scottish Episcopal Church is "deeply distressed" at the offence caused by a Koran reading in a Glasgow cathedral.
- Evening Standard
Church 'distressed at offence' after Glasgow cathedral Koran reading
A church leader says he is deeply distressed at offence caused by the reading of a passage from the Koran in a cathedral which sparked a wave of abuse. The verses were read at St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral in Glasgow on January 6 to mark the Feast of ...
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- A robber who threatened a post office worker during a raid in North Ayrshire made off with at least £10,000 in cash.
- Police say five people who became unwell at a supported accommodation unit had taken a mixture of alcohol and drugs.
- BBC Sport
Glasgow Warriors need to find clinical edge for European progress
And so it has come to this for Glasgow - a game against Leicester in Welford Road on Saturday that has to be won. A game that is winnable, for sure, but there's no safety net this time, no second chance. Glasgow have to take four points, and maybe five ...
European Champions Cup: Glasgow Warriors 12-14 MunsterBBC News
Glasgow 12 Munster 14: Late Francis Saili try stuns Warriors and earns Irish place in Champio
- David Chillingworth of Scottish Episcopal Church says he regrets widespread abuse received by St Mary’s CathedralThe leader of the Scottish Anglican church has said he was “deeply distressed” at the “widespread offence” caused by a reading from the Qur’an at a service to mark the feast of the Epiphany at St Mary’s Cathedral in Glasgow. Related: Prayer around the world – in picturesContinue reading...
- Glasgow Live
Three Glasgow streets found to be among the most polluted in Scotland
Environmental campaigners Friends of the Earth Scotland analysed data which it said looked at the country's dirtiest streets. Share; Comments. ByJennifer Russell. 10:32, 15 JAN 2017; Updated 10:37, 15 JAN 2017. News. Hope Street, Glasgow (Photo: ...and more »
- Herald Scotland
Attacks on NHS staff at Glasgow health board highest in Scotland
THE number of attacks on NHS staff working for Greater Glasgow and Clyde health board are the highest in Scotland. The number of attacks on staff in NHSGGC in 2014-15 was 6,581, according to figures obtained by the Liberal Democrats. Statistics ...and more »
Glasgow Caledonian University posts £5m deficit after funding New York campus scheme - Herald ScotlandHerald Scotland
Glasgow Caledonian University posts £5m deficit after funding New York campus scheme
THE UNIVERSITY that has ploughed nearly £10m into a New York campus project with no degree students has run up a deficit of over £5 million. Glasgow Caledonian's annual financial statement also reveals that 18 senior staff members were paid over ...
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VIDEO: Glasgow held on to defeat William Penn
William Penn would start out hot early and build a 12-3 lead. But, Glasgow would close the quarter on a 9-0 run and tie the game at 12. The second quarter stayed tight throughout. William Penn would lead 27-23 late in the half before Glasgow went on a ...
- BBC News
European Champions Cup: Glasgow Warriors 12-14 Munster
Glasgow's hopes of reaching the European Champions Cup quarter-finals suffered a major blow as pool leaders Munster prevailed in a bruising game. The hosts led 12-9 in a tourniquet-tight match with four penalties - three from Finn Russell, one from ...
Glasgow 12 Munster 14: Late Francis Saili try stuns Warriors and earns Irish place in Champions Cup quarter-finalsTelegraph.co.uk
Glasgow Warriors v MunsterBBC Sport
- Munster seal a place in the European Champions Cup quarter-finals with a bruising victory over Glasgow at Scotstoun.
- Glasgow Live
Quiz: Can you name all of these gone but not forgotten Glasgow nightclubs
Do you remember your Arches from your Archaos? Were you there when Bonkers was bouncing? Then show us how much you know about Glasgow's legendary club scene ... Share; Comments. ByGillian Loney. 19:06, 14 JAN 2017; Updated 20:21, 14 JAN ...
- Neil Lennon says loan player Kris Commons' future "will be the main talking point" at Hibernian in the coming week.
- Ayr secure a battling draw at Falkirk to remain seven points clear of bottom side St Mirren in the Championship.
- Kris Commons cracks in the only goal as Hibernian stretch their lead in the Championship to six points.
- Greenock Morton move within five points of second place in the Scottish Championship with victory over Raith Rovers.
- St Mirren remain seven points adrift at the foot of the Scottish Championship after a draw with Dunfermline Athletic.
- The Scottish Sun
Scots independence conference held in Glasgow - BBC News
A conference of independence activists aimed at preparing Scotland for another referendum has been held in Glasgow. The Scottish Independence Convention ...
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- BBC News
Four arrested after riot police called to Glasgow flat
Four people have been arrested after a man allegedly barricaded himself inside a flat in Glasgow. Riot police and dogs were among emergency services called to the property in Ibrox Street in the Cessnock area at about 18:10 on Friday. At one point more ...
Four arrested after riot police called to Glasgow flat - STVSTV News
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- Glasgow Daily Times
Lady Scotties extend winning streak; Glasgow boys fall to AC-S
Glasgow Daily Times
Glasgow senior guard Elli Bartley (14) drives to the basket against Allen County on Friday night in Scottsville. Bartley scored 10 points with two rebounds, two steals and a block in the Lady Scotties' 53-44 victory over the Lady Patriots. prev. next.
- A collection of 54 large paintings by renowned Scottish artist Alexander Goudie depicting the story of Burns' Tam o' Shanter are to go on display.
- Herald Scotland
Images of Glasgow and its people
HE photographed Joan Eardley in her studio in Townhead, Glasgow, in the 1950s, and like her Oscar Marzaroli was not born in Scotland. Marzaroli was born in Castiglione in Italy in 1933. His family settled in Garnethill, Glasgow, when he was just ...
- Drivers are warned to expect delays over the weekend as resurfacing work takes place at a major motorway junction.
- Detectives investigating the New Year's Day fire in which a man died are following a definite line of inquiry.
- Police investigate online abuse aimed at cathedral where a Koran passage was read during a service.
- A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 6 and 13 January.
- Fake valium tablets are now so freely available across Scotland they have become "cheaper than chips", a drug expert has warned.
- A 38-year-old man is arrested and charged in connection with robberies at seven post offices in central Scotland.
- The John Muir Way is awarded Scotland's Great Trail status three years after the cross-country route was established.
- BBC News
Apology over maternity unit 'closure' at Glasgow hospital
A hospital has apologised after women in labour were refused admission to a Glasgow maternity unit because of overcrowding. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde said the issue affected five women who presented at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital ...
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- A hospital apologises after women in labour were refused admission to a Glasgow maternity unit because of overcrowding.
- An animal charity is investigating reports of two separate attempted poisonings.
- A 17-year-old suffers serious injuries in an early-morning incident in the centre of Glasgow.
- Herald Scotland
Loneliness to be tackled in new project in Glasgow
A new project to tackle loneliness among older people is to get under way in Glasgow. It is one of four areas across the UK which has been chosen for the trial by the Campaign to End Loneliness. The public is being encouraged to carry out 250,000 "acts ...
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- A new project to tackle loneliness among older people is to get under way in Glasgow.
- Highlands and Islands Airports Limited says its passenger numbers rose to a new record level last year.
- Scottish Championship bottom side St Mirren recruit midfielder Pal Fjelde and sign Dundee striker Rory Loy on loan.
Watch sent to Glasgow museum sparks WWII mystery
Canadian Gerald Hutchinson (left) kept the watch for more than 80 years after it was handed to him by a Scottish ship cook during the resuce of TSS Athenia in 1939. PIC: Courtesy of Glasgow Life.and more »
- Celtic striker Moussa Dembele should choose his next club carefully when he does leave Glasgow, says former Celtic forward Charlie Nicholas.
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