THE successful Evening Times campaign to highlight the unsung heroes in Glasgow is now approaching its fifth year. Entrants don’t require to have piloted a flaming Lancaster, or rescued a cat from a tree, just simply made a difference to their community.
The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice is looking at a site at Bellahouston Park as a potential location for a new £15million development. The hospice is planning to move from Carlton Place by the River Clyde to the new location.
THERE is a shortage of organ donors and people are dying waiting for a transplant. But there is a simple solution, which the Evening Times Opt For Life campaign is calling for, which is to change to a system of presumed consent with all the necessary safeguards built in to protect those who do not wish to take part.
Are you ready to roll up your sleeves to help build a better Glasgow? The Evening Times has launched its most ambitious community campaign yet – and we need YOU to help us make it happen.
X Factor reject Stevi Ritchie has admitted Simon Cowell laughed when he asked the music mogul for a job.
Former X Factor judge Gary Barlow is to make an appearance in the grand final of rival show Strictly Come Dancing.
Sting is hoping his star power can plug up a leaky ship on Broadway.
Writer Charlie Higson is to create a new drama series based on the gothic tale of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde for ITV.
Most of the spying I have done in this column has related to history - statues, plaques and monuments that tell us something about Glasgow's past.
NAZI leader Rudolf Hess made a surprise visit to Scotland in May 1941, when he bailed out of his ailing plane to parachute onto Eaglesham Moor.
GLASGOW'S Customhouse Quay was still a working landing spot when this picture was taken on a particularly still day in 1956.
GLASGOW'S workers were ahead of the game when it came to calling a general strike.