Warning after five Scots die in farming industry in year
FARMERS are being warned to be more safety conscious at work as new figures showed five people died in the agricultural industry last year. [...]
Gourock to Dunoon ferry contract delayed again
THE award of a new contract for the Gourock to Dunoon ferry route is to be delayed again. [...]
GCU team beats Cambridge Uni in Hong Kong comp
GLASGOW Caledonian University (GCU) engineering students have achieved a hat-trick for the institution by once again winning the final of the CIOB ... [...]
Brave Aarron who 'wanted to go to heaven' after 32 operations will go for gold at Transplant Games
ScotRail scores 90% satisfaction but four in ten don't see value for money.
Funding opened for arts groups ahead of Festival event for 2018 European Championships
FUNDING has been made available for groups involved in the arts who want to apply to be part of the Glasgow 2018 European Championships’ cultural f... [...]
Letters to the Editor: More police patrols needed not sonic alarm
READING about the mosquito device to disperse teenage gangs at Hamilton station (Evening Times online July 24), does this sonic device cover the wh... [...]
Glasgow groups who help young people receive cash boost from lotto
GLASGOW groups who help young people have received a cash boost thanks to the lottery. [...]
World renowned dance troupe descends on Glasgow for a unique project.
ONE of the world's most renowned dance troupes are descending on Glasgow for a unique project. [...]
Woman found carrying knife outside Cambuslang flats
A WOMAN was sentenced at Glasgow Sheriff Court for carrying a knife. [...]