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Glasgow City, Scotland Newswire

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  1. Children's Holiday Food Programme helps tackle hunger over summer breakRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Streatham Guardian

    An initiative set up to tackle the problem of holiday hunger in Scotland's largest city provided more than 130,000 meals to almost 15,000 youngsters. Now a report has found the scheme "improved the health and well-being of children and young people across the city, as well as supporting their families".

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  2. Enhanced police presence for Govanhill during festive periodRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Evening Times

    Benefit raids in Govanhill with Police Scotland ..Photograph Robert Perry 1st Aug 2018..Must credit photo to Robert Perry.FEE PAYABLE FOR REPRO USE.FEE PAYABLE FOR ALL INTERNET USE.www.robertperry.co.uk.NB -This image is not to be distributed without the The news comes as Police Scotland reports the most recent crime figures for Govanhill show a fall in the number of incidents. He said: "The overarching intention of the operation is to keep people safe, make Govanhill a safe place to visit and make it a welcoming environment."

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  3. 'Future generations must never forget': More than 1000 attend 'poignant' Glasgow Cathedral serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    More than 1,000 people, including military personnel, dignitaries and descendants of those who served have attended a "poignant" service to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War. Princess Anne and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Glasgow 's Lord Provost Eva Bolander were among those who attended the service in Glasgow Cathedral on Sunday afternoon.

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  4. Cathedral service marks 100 years since First World War ArmisticeRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Hampshire Chronicle

    Piper Louise Marshall plays Battle's O'er at dawn alongside the Forth Bridge at North Queensferry on the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice More than 1,000 people, including military personnel, dignitaries and descendants of those who served have attended a "poignant" service to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War. Princess Anne and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Glasgow's Lord Provost Eva Bolander were among those who attended the service in Glasgow Cathedral on Sunday afternoon.

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  5. Armistice Centenary: Glasgow falls silent as the city marks 100 years since First World War ArmisticeRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Evening Times

    Glasgow joined communities across Scotland today and fell silent in an act of remembrance to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War. Hundreds gathered in George Square for commemorations which saw several groups of military, police , ex-servicemen and women and youth groups come together to pay tribute to, not only those who died in the First World War, but others they have lost in the conflicts that followed.

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  6. West of Scotland health riddle: report reveals mystery surge in rural death ratesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    Sunbathers catch some rays in Luss, Argyll and Bute. But the area has experienced a mystery spike in its death rate The so-called ' Glasgow effect' became an enduring public health puzzle as researchers attempted to unravel why the city's residents died earlier and in greater numbers than they should.

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  7. Scotland's Insider Guide: BallochRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    ASK folk to name a town on the bonny, bonny banks of Loch Lomond and for many Balloch springs to mind. The Vale of Leven settlement at the foot of the loch acts as the gateway to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, but with an array of family-friendly attractions, good shopping and restaurants, and a lovely marina, it is increasingly a year-round draw.

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  8. Jen Beattie and co face tough challenge to do a number on the USARead the original story

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    THE United States notched up career win No 500 when they beat Portugal 1-0 in Estoril on Thursday. Four of those have come against Scotland , whose huge challenge against this statistically obsessed nation will be to avoid making it 501 and five in Paisley on Tuesday evening.

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  9. New exhibition in Glasgow celebrates life and work of visionary Scots filmmakerRead the original story

    Yesterday | Art Daily

    Stalking the Image: Margaret Tait and Her Legacy is a celebration of the life, work and legacy of the pioneering Orcadian filmmaker, painter and poet, Margaret Tait . Tait is one of the most visionary and stridently independent filmmakers to have emerged from Scotland, yet her work has until recently remained relatively unknown and its significance undervalued.

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  10. Teenager flagged as suicide risk takes his life after 48 hours in prisonRead the original story

    Saturday | Scotsman.com

    A vulnerable teenage boy killed himself at Polmont Young Offenders' Institution within 48 hours of being remanded despite having been flagged up as a suicide risk, The Scotsman can reveal. A 16-year-old boy killed himself at Polmont Young Offenders' Institution in Falkirk within 48 hours of being remanded there, despite having been flagged up as a suicide risk, the Scotsman can reveal.

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  11. Women are 'working for free' from todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Evening Times

    Equal pay Strike Glasgow 23/10/18..Hundreds of schools are shut and home care services are affected in Glasgow as council workers stage one of the UK's biggest strikes over equal pay...About 8,000 workers are striking amid a "lack of progress&quo Figures from the UK Office for National Statistics published last week show progress has stalled on Scotland 's gender pay gap. As women earn on average 14 per cent less than men, it means they are unpaid for their work as of today.

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  12. Storage Vault Acquires 12th Site in StirlingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 9 | Sunday Herald

    Storage Vault, the self-storage and flexible workspace company, has completed its purchase of a 1.5-acre site in Stirling. The property is situated on the east side of Colquhoun Street, adjacent to Stirling's city centre.

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  13. Proposed bus gates backed by environmental groupsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 9 | Evening Times

    Proposals have been made by Glasgow City Council which could see two routes - Union Street southbound and Oswald Street northbound - closed to cars. Motorists' groups spoke out about the plans on Thursday but campaigners have said the bus gates would be a welcome addition to the city centre.

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  14. Scotland Office criticised for failing to pay out for GlasgowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 8 | Evening Times

    GLASGOW MP Paul Sweeney has hit out at the Secretary of State for Scotland for 'failing to act' in the aftermath of the devastating Glasgow School of Art fire. The Shadow Scotland Office Minister said he wrote to David Mundell in August and has only recently received a reply.

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  15. 'Pathetic' vandals wreck bus shelters along South Side routeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 8 | Evening Times

    In what would appear to be a planned attack, the shelters were all part of the journey taken by the number 6 and 4 buses. A Glasgow City Council spokesman said: "We completely understand - and share - the frustration of local residents who are fed-up with the disruption caused by pathetic vandals.

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  16. Holyrood first parliament to back People's Vote on BrexitRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 8 | Sunday Herald

    MSPs voted 66 to 28 in favour of "providing unequivocal support for a public vote on the final terms of the Brexit deal" after a debate on the impact of exiting the EU on scientific research. The SNP , LibDems and Greens lined up to back a symbolic motion which included a People's Vote amendment tabled by the LibDems.

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  17. Arts News: Fruitmarket Gallery unveils details of 3.7m revamp, Goma...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 8 | Sunday Herald

    ONE of Edinburgh 's contemporary art galleries has appointed architects Reiach and Hall to lead a major 3.7m redevelopment. The architects will work with the Fruitmarket Gallery and lead the refurbishment of its existing gallery, in Market Street next to Waverley Station as well as an extension into the warehouse building next door.

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  18. Glasgow's new 21m hospice welcomes first patientsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 7 | Evening Times

    The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice, which was previously based in Carlton Place on the banks of the Clyde , has moved into a 21m building on a 7.5-acre site in Bellahouston Park . The hospice is the first in this country to be built to the Scandinavian Sengetun model of palliative care, which puts patients and families at the heart of the design.

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  19. Agenda: We need new ways to fund culture and sportRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 7 | Sunday Herald

    OPENING the People's Palace in 1898, former Prime Minister Lord Rosebery described it as a "palace of pleasure and imagination around which the people may place their affections" to be "open to the people for ever and ever"; 120 years on we're determined to keep that promise. Last week, Glasgow City Council approved funding to ensure this cultural icon remains open while the adjacent Winter Gardens closes for structural repairs.

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  20. Theatres, Galleries and studios coming together against climate breakdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 7 | Sunday Herald

    Scotland 's arts & cultural sector is coming together today to drive forward action against climate breakdown. Over 150 people are participating at the largest ever and sold-out Green Arts Conference , the annual conference on how and why Scotland's cultural sector is addressing climate change with creativity and innovation.

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