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Flying off to Crete on holiday at Glasgow Airport are Stuart  Mainland and fiance Debbie Atkinson with their young family

Glasgow holidaymakers put Greece's financial troubles aside as they jet off

Millions of pounds of unpaid council tax leads to calls for system reform

Millions of pounds of unpaid council tax leads to calls for system reform

World War 1 trenches to be created in Pollok Park

World War 1 trenches to be created in Pollok Park

Chancellor warned cuts will hit kids most

Chancellor warned cuts will hit kids most

Decision next month on new Glenboig Village plan

Decision next month on new Glenboig Village plan

Neil Maclean and Jamie Rose are the the co-founders of SFN expo, Scotland's biggest-ever sport, fitness and nutrition expo

Contenders for Glasgow's Favourite Business: Day two - the fitness experts and the city restaurant

BFI archive takes a walk down memory lane

BFI archive takes a walk down memory lane

New Johnstone car park opens

Changes to train services for the Open golf tournament

New blow for £842m super-hospital

New blow for £842m super-hospital

Bomb squad called to Glasgow flat

Bomb squad called to Glasgow flat

HMRC launch legal challenge against Rangers 'Big Tax Case' ruling

HMRC launch legal challenge against Rangers 'Big Tax Case' ruling

Councillor John Letford measuring the a pavement on Maryhill road, which forms part of the route proposed for school children to walk to school. He is joined by passers by Morgenne MacMack and daughter Abbey Dow, 8, squeezing by with their pram... Photo b

Could 4cm of pavement help hundreds of children keep their school bus passes?

Popular Troon chippie to keep its doors open despite parent company going into administration

Popular Troon chippie to keep its doors open despite parent company going into administration

Talks planned over Buchanan Galleries extension

Talks planned over Buchanan Galleries extension

WH Smith and other stores in Paisley Town Centre are banning shoppers from wearing hooded tops or hats in a move to combat shoplifting...General views of Paisley High Street.. (16235114)

Cars allowed back on Paisley High Street

Pictures Mark Gibson Herald&Times .Cordia  at Borron Street Glasgow. (31192807)

Weekend care visits missed following Cordia shift changes

Crunch talks between train drivers and bosses held today

Crunch talks between train drivers and bosses held today

Hunt for fugitive taken to Spain

Hunt for fugitive taken to Spain

Video: giant panda Yang Guang gives himself a fright at Edinburgh Zoo

Video: giant panda Yang Guang gives himself a fright at Edinburgh Zoo

"Progress" made in pay talks between ScotRail and train drivers' union Aslef

"Progress" made in pay talks between ScotRail and train drivers' union Aslef

Albert McDonald died following an incident in Riddrie on Monday June 15

Arrest made in connection with death of Albert McDonald

Holidaymakers targeted in online scam

Holidaymakers targeted in online scam

Paws-itively delighted: Coatbridge man and his dog graduate from Edinburgh university

Paws-itively delighted: Coatbridge man and his dog graduate from Edinburgh university

picture by Richard Crease - 08/02/14 -  RC080214bRedlight5 -   words by AW  -   stock photos of  temporary traffic lights on red.. (31261767)

City centre traffic lights off

Pedestrian in hospital after being hit by tram in Edinburgh

Pedestrian in hospital after being hit by tram in Edinburgh

STOCK roadwork..FOR WEB USE. (31217188)

M74 delay due to roadworks

George Osborne 'planning to sell half RBS by 2017'

George Osborne 'planning to sell half RBS by 2017'

British households are overpaying their energy by £1.2bn a year

British households are overpaying their energy by £1.2bn a year

Pictures and video by Nick Ponty

Watch BGT star's Flawless launch the UDO World Street Dance Championships in Glasgow

7/7 London bombings: services and national silence to be held to mark 10th anniversary

7/7 London bombings: services and national silence to be held to mark 10th anniversary

The hug from a stranger that changed the life of one of Scotland's forgotten children in care

The hug from a stranger that changed the life of one of Scotland's forgotten children in care

Bill Cosby 'got sedatives to have sex'

Bill Cosby 'got sedatives to have sex'

World's oldest man dies at 112

World's oldest man dies at 112

Man cut free from three car crash in Greenock

Man cut free from three car crash in Greenock

Appeal over missing Ayrshire man

Train services delayed by signalling problems

Train services delayed by signalling problems

Funeral for Cumbernauld couple killed in Tunisia shooting to be held on Friday

Murder probe launched after man attacked in Kilmarnock dies in hospital

Murder probe launched after man attacked in Kilmarnock dies in hospital

Murder plot accused said conversation about shooting Mad Dog "was a joke"

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Amir Khan (2 time world welter weight boxing champion) in association with Colours of Islam & Yorkhill Children's Charity visits the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow today to present Eid gifts to the children on Ward 3A. Pict

Boxer Amir Khan delights young patients at Glasgow children's hospital

Student flats plan

Student flats plan

Glasgow man awarded medal for helping fight deadly Ebola in Sierra Leone

Pictured .Nicholas McDonald, X-Factor star and Yorkhill Childrenâs Charity Ambassador makes his first visit to the new Royal Hospital for Sick Children at the Southern General campus ..He is with patients Ellie Thomson 3 from Bigger (left) and Sarah Loui

Nicholas McDonald revving up to bring The X Factor to Yorkhill

Bid to devolve abortion to Holyrood

Picture Nick Ponty 27/11/14.Tsunami 10 year anniversary .Former Lord Provost Liz Cameron who travelled to Sri Lanka in 2005... (15148357)

Energy saving advice for housing associations

The Language Hub.Michelle Gordon runs The Language Hub in Partick. she set up in 2011 to offer foreign-language learning and language-support to kids and adults.

Contenders for Glasgow's Favourite Business: Day one - the vets and the language experts

Ayr soprano to perform at wold competition opening ceremony

Pollok House family fun day

Partick Thistle chairman David Beattie and new director Jacqui Low

Partick Thistle appoint Jacqui Low to Firhill board

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