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Teeanger attacked by group of men in Govanhill

Teenager attacked by group of men in Govanhill

Season ticket sales of £9m boost Rangers shares bid

Season ticket sales of £9m boost Rangers shares bid

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Police stand on the corner of Queen Street and Argyle Street

Police operation launched to cut death and accident toll in city centre

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John Smeaton, hero of Glasgow Airport terror attack, splits from American wife

John Smeaton, hero of Glasgow Airport terror attack, splits from American wife

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Are you using a contactless card? New £30 limit for payments

Are you using a contactless card? New £30 limit for payments

Legal body backs move to stop under-12s getting criminal records

Legal body backs move to stop under-12s getting criminal records

Pioneering mentoring scheme and Glasgow Kelvin College join forces to help young people

Pioneering mentoring scheme and Glasgow Kelvin College join forces to help young people

Parents warning over controversial primary school tests

Parents warning over controversial primary school tests

Report: Most Scots positive about Christianity

Report: Most Scots positive about Christianity

George Osborne to announce extra £500m investment for Faslane, creating thousands of jobs

George Osborne to announce extra £500m investment for Faslane, creating thousands of jobs

Pictured are staff members Rajkiran Atwal and Mark Rautenbach

Kids clothes recycling scheme gets gold star

Tony Blair may face grilling from MPs over Gaddafi claims

Tony Blair may face grilling from MPs over Gaddafi claims

Celebrity photo leak: iCloud hack case remains unsolved one year on

Celebrity photo leak: iCloud hack case remains unsolved one year on

BRAVE Jay Semple with his son Tyler-James, 2 and his friend William Robertson, who guided him through the streets

Paisley 10k attracts large number of entrants

The finish line of the St Enoch's Toddle Waddle in aid of the Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice

Toddle waddle raises funds for new hospice

Picture by Lesley Martin30 July 2015Vicki Colkett and son Louis. Vicki was diagnosed with breast cancer last year.© Lesley Martin 2015 (35342079)

Pretty Muddy will see Glasgow mum and breast cancer survivor take the lead

Doors Open day feature. Pictured in the Wise group head office in Charlotte street, Glasgow is Wise group marketing manager Jacqui Mackenzie holding a copy of the architects drawing of the building. The A listed building is the former Our Lady & St Franci

Bringing history to life: Do you have any memories of this A listed east end building?

Criticial illness affects chances of surviving cancer

Coatbridge triumphs in World Street Dance championships

Coatbridge triumphs in World Street Dance championships

Plea to join Alzheimer Scotland Memory Walk

Call to end postcode lottery for diabetes treatment

Call to end postcode lottery for diabetes treatment

Sturgeon: Clutha families need assurance on report publication

Sturgeon: Clutha families need assurance on report publication

Brother of M9 crash victim Lamara Bell: 'Only a matter of time before next 999 fatality'

Brother of M9 crash victim Lamara Bell: 'Only a matter of time before next 999 fatality'

Police investigators deny attempt to whitewash Sheku Bayoh case with controversial medical claims

Police investigators deny attempt to whitewash Sheku Bayoh case with controversial medical claims

Man shot dead by police in North London

Man shot dead by police in North London

Gordon brown attacks "dangerous and insidious" English nationalism

Gordon brown attacks "dangerous and insidious" English nationalism

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Tinto play initiative organised by Aberlour Youth Point Glasgow at Tinto primary school. Pictured are kids with Celtic and Rangers community coaches, Dan Macdonald (community coach Celtic FC foundation) and Rangers community coach Scott Edgar. Other grown

Summer scheme to stamp out sectarianism

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The Kingston Street closure is causing grief for shop owners.

Traders fuming over fifth delay to roadworks in three months

East End woman shakes off 3.5 stone and type two diabetes with Slimming World

Lesley Anne shakes off 3.5 stone and type two diabetes with Slimming World

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Elaine C Smith

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland lines up a host of events this autumn and winter

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Bin lorry prosecutors ‘lack thought and compassion’

Bin lorry prosecutors ‘lack thought and compassion’

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Car boss swaps four wheels for a bike, a kayak and two feet to help Maggies cancer charity

Car boss swaps four wheels for a bike, a kayak and two feet to help Maggies cancer charity

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Sneak thieves going in through the loft

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

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HSBC: All payments hit by IT glitch now processed

HSBC: All payments hit by IT glitch now processed

BBC calls off Ibrox boycott as truce with Rangers is agreed

BBC calls off Ibrox boycott as truce with Rangers is agreed

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George Square FAI: Bin lorry driver broke the "bond of trust" between a patient and GP

George Square FAI:Clarke "not a liar" but an ordinary man who makes mistakes

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Man left with scalp injuries after street brawl

Man left with scalp injuries after street brawl in Merchant City

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Ferry disruption as harbour faces five month closure

Ferry disruption as harbour faces five month closure

Fury after sick thug shoots pet cat

Fury after sick thug shoots pet cat

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Judy Murray presents Erskine Care Home with award for UK’s Best Sport project

Watch: Judy Murray presents Erskine Care Home with National Lottery Award for UK’s Best Sport project

Retrial of Angus Sinclair.Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland arrives at Livingston High Court on Day 1 of the trial.. (36893393)

Prosecutor defends no bin lorry prosecution

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Man jailed for coastguard 'wild goose chase' phone call

Man jailed for coastguard 'wild goose chase' phone call

'Toxic' fake medicine on sale in city could leave people permanently disfigured

'Toxic' fake medicine on sale in city could leave people permanently disfigured

Police recover cannabis worth £500,000 in Strathaven raid

Police recover cannabis worth £500,000 in Strathaven raid

Firefighters come under attack from yobs

Firefighters come under attack from yobs in Pollok

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One in 13 workers now work in social care

One in 13 workers now work in social care

Only real hangover cure is to drink less

Only real hangover cure is to drink less

Ashley Madison boss Noel Biderman resigns in wake of hacking scandal

Ashley Madison boss Noel Biderman resigns in wake of hacking scandal

Scottish ambulance service misses response-times target

Scottish Ambulance Service misses response-times target

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