Born and raised in Glasgow, I have been working as a journalist for over seven years. My first job was at the Caithness Courier and John O’ Groat Journal in Wick. After this I moved to the Galloway News, in the south of Scotland, before working at the daily News and Star in Carlisle, Cumbria. Most recently I worked at the Greenock Telegraph before I joined the Evening Times in January. I am a senior reporter covering general news for the paper.
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Residents were left, "astounded," after watching workers lay fresh Tarmac on the pothole-blighted Dowanside Road – but missing out a section where the vehicle was left sitting.
Glasgow City Council, which is paying Birmingham-based Kiely Brothers to do the work for them, said it was, "disappointed by this lapse of judgement".
The resurfacing work – which is taking place on a stretch from Byres Road to Dowanhill Street – started on Tuesday and is expected to run until Saturday.
As part of this year's Glasgow Business Awards we want to celebrate the achievements of the city's finest.
Every year readers rush to tell us about their chosen company, shop, restaurant or bar and this year is no different.
But we want more of you to put your favourite in the frame for the top award.
Last year specialist percussion store Rhythm Base took home the accolade of Glasgow's Favourite Business.