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Local resident Leo Federici is concerned over the way council workers are turning over gravestones in the name of safety at Glasgow Necropolis.

Council staff accused of gravestone smashing during safety drive

Scottish Labour announce more than 3000 new members since May

Scottish Labour announce more than 3000 new members since May

Patrick Kiehlmann and his dad Mark on their fundraising journey last year. Picture: Nick Ponty

Super cyclist Patrick, 12, nominated for young fundraiser of the year

Gordon Matheson, leader of Glasgow City Council.

Litter louts take part in South Side clean up

Sir Stephen House has announced his decision to quit early as Chief Constable in three months’ time

Politicians urge review of Police Scotland in wake of House departure

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Who will be our bonny baby winner?

David Gant

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland's stars of the future treading the boards

Picture: Colin Templeton..27/08/15 Art by Billy Connolly, on display at the Peoples' Palace. Museum manager Caroline Barr makes final checks to the exhibition...Picture: Colin Templeton... (36750040)

Art of Billy Connolly opens at People's Palace

Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure Keith Brown

New cash to improve disused station buildings

Child Safe Zone logo

New scheme to find children who go missing in city centre

Kitty and Kay Ritchie. Picture: Mark Gibson

St Margaret of Scotland Hospice - patients' stories

The goatherd by Edward Hornel

The Glasgow Boys to head to the Netherlands

KELVINGROVE MUSEUM START FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN TO ALLOW VISITORS TO GO à 	POLE TO POLEà 	 . .Kelvingrove Museum and Art Galleryà 	s popular Life Gallery, situated in the museumà 	s West Court, is to be redesigned to enable intriguing new specimens from

Kelvingrove appeal hits halfway mark in first month

The Walk of Britain team leave Bellrock Close in Cranhill..

Hero soldiers wounded in battle visit Glasgow as part of 1000 miles trek

Michelle Mone made a Tory peer

David Cameron accused of rewarding cronies with new peerages

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Sport

Rangers legend John Greig is back at the club as a member of the Rangers Youth Development Company Board

DJ: John Greig back to finish what he started

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Profile shot: #17 Lee Esders..Picture: Al Goold (www.algooldphoto.com). (16338688)

Esders: Braehead Clan gathering can cause Euro upset

25/08/15 SCOTTISH LEAGUE CUP 2ND RND .  EAST FIFE v MOTHERWELL .  BAYVIEW STADIUM - FIFE .  Motherwell manager Ian Baraclough. (36577924)

Baraclough: Motherwell were suffering from fear factor

Celtic's Virgil Van Dijk (second right) is far from impressed after conceding a goal against Malmo on Tuesday night

Davie Hay: Celtic players need to stand up and accept responsibility for Malmo defeat

Fans favourites...Former Rangers legends John Greig (right) and Derek Johnstone

DJ: Return of a Rangers icon John Grieg

Former Celtic keeper Pat Bonner believes Craig Gordon was hindered by the zonal marking system

Bonner calls for Europa League impact

27/08/15     .  ST MIRREN PARK - PAISLEY .  St Mirren Manager Ian Murray preview's his side's forthcoming clash against Livingston. (36773688)

St Mirren prepared for deadline drama, says Ian Murray

John Brown is on hand as former side Rangers are drawn against St Johnstone in the Scottish League Cup third round

Bomber glad it is Saints and not Celts for Gers in cup

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On the ball: Hamilton manager Martin Canning says that his side are relishing the challenge posed by Hearts this weekend.

Canning insists Accies are up for Jambos test

On the tee: Sam Torrance and his son Daniel prepare for the team event in this week's Scottish Senior Open (Picture: Phil Inglis/Getty)

Tartan special helps McAllister enjoy his senior service

Jordan McGhee is looking forward to seeing some familiar faces at Kilmarnock

McGhee relishing Hearts reunion at Killie

Pollok manager Tony McInally has urged his side to be more clinical in front of goal against Troon tomorrow

Pollok boss McInally identifies lack of killer instinct for cup defeat

Turning point...Lyle Taylor (left) and Kallum Higginbotham put Aberdeen to the sword at Firhill in 2014

Archibald: Dons can help break Jags' losing streak again

Clive Cox-trained Kodi Bear is fancied to win Goodwood's Celebration Mile

Grin and Bear it in Celebration Mile

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