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The Hydro and the SECC have been given five stars by Visit-Scotland after being assessed on everything from their decor and cleanliness to the attitude of their staff.
THE 298 victims of the Malaysia Airlines crash were remembered at the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony with a silence led by Alex Salmond.
With only one day to go until the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games get under way, research indicates up to half the one million ticket holders still need to finalise or make plans for travel to their events.
Scotland's life sciences sector will receive a A 17 million boost from the UK Treasury, the Chancellor will announce.
The leaking roofs, the rising damp, the jaw-dropping heating bills, the constant pressure from developers to demolish and replace with something new that will last years, not decades or centuries.
Average levels of nitrogen dioxide gas have shot up on Byres Road in Glasgow from 45 to 54 microgrammes per cubic metre from 2013 to the first half of this year.
In less than a week, the Commonwealth Games will commence and Glasgow will endeavour to deliver its largest and most complex event ever: In less than a week, the Commonwealth Games will commence and Glasgow will endeavour to deliver its largest and most complex event ever: a successful Games that will live on positively in the collective memory.
Councillor Sadie Docherty announced the appointment of Jim Carruth as Poet Laureate at a ceremony in Glasgow City Chambers.
DESPITE our place as Scotland's biggest city and one of the key drivers of the UK economy, it often feels as if Glasgow doesn't get its fair share of funding and investment.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 12:53 am
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