I CAN'T wait for the Olympic torch to arrive in Glasgow this week.
It's been great watching its progress on the news as it travels across Britain.
I hope the crowds turn out for this, as they have done elsewhere.
Allowing Glasgow to have a small part in the Olympic Games can only benefit the city ahead of the Commonwealth Games in 2014.
I for one can't wait to go to Hampden Park to watch the Olympic football matches.
Yet again Thenue Housing Association gets its own way (Thursday).
How can Glasgow City Council allow it to build new houses on the site of the Templeton's Memorial Garden to the 29 women who died in the 1889 disaster.
Why did the people of the Calton not get a say? Or is it just Mr Charles Turner of the housing association who makes these decisions?
After all, what do these people know about the Calton?
WELL done to the Evening Times for its exciting Star Turn contest.
I'm sure the city has some stars out there who are just waiting for the platform to show off their talents.
Hopefully we discover a new Scots superstar.
I WAS shocked to read in my Evening Times how much the new Scottish fire chief will earn (Friday).
An astonishing £165,000 is the pay packet on offer for this post.
How can that be justified? It is disgraceful to pay that sort of money for such a role
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I MUST admit to being impressed with the ongoing construction work on the new Hyrdo Arena at the SECC.
I think this addition will prove a winner and attract a lot of big name stars to the city.
The new car park will also be most welcome.