Glasgow News

'Unusually high' waves forecast for Scotland

Western Scotland could be battered by strong winds and "unusually high" waves during an Atlantic storm forecast to reach the UK on Wednesday.

The warning is contained in Met Office a yellow be aware warning for the UK for Wednesday and Thursday.

Group to examine impact of welfare reforms on Scotland

A new group is being launched in Glasgow to examine the impact of welfare reforms on Scotland.

The Scottish Leaders Welfare Group (SLWG) includes leaders from Scotland's churches, trade unions, local authorities and the voluntary sector.

Hulk and Fonz back Scottish Sunday league minnows EK Milan

Hulk Hogan and Fonz actor Henry Winkler have joined celebrities backing a Scottish Sunday league team heading for their first cup final.

EK Milan, from East Kilbride, have used the #FeelMilan hashtag to gain support ahead of the Glasgow and District Sunday Football League cup clash.

Warning as snow and ice affect roads across Scotland

Drivers were warned to take extra time for their journeys as snow and ice affected some parts of Scotland.

There was snow overnight on parts of the M74 and A9 and higher routes like the A93 from Ballater to Glenshee. Icy conditions were reported on the M8.

'First' Scottish tattoo artist revealed

A snapshot of Scotland in 1925 has revealed details of the man who is thought to have opened the country's first tattoo parlour.

The man, who called himself Prince Vallar, was the only person listed as a "tattooer" in the 1925 Valuation Rolls.

James McAvoy wins Scottish Bafta film actor award

Hollywood star James McAvoy has beaten stiff competition from Peter Mullan and Jack O'Connell to win the coveted Actor Film award at Scotland's annual Bafta ceremony.

McAvoy won the award for his portrayal of a corrupt policeman in Filth.

EC dismisses complaints over Celtic and council land deals

The European Commission (EC) has dismissed claims that Celtic Football Club broke EU rules in land deals involving Glasgow City Council.

Officials in Brussels had asked the club and council for information after receiving complaints.

New app launched to boost cycling routes in Glasgow

Cyclists in Glasgow are being urged to share their routes via a new mobile phone app in a bid to improve the city's bike network.

Glasgow 2014 tourism 'worth £282m' to Scottish economy - BBC

The Glasgow Commonwealth Games led to an additional £282m worth of tourism, according to official research.

It found that 690,000 people travelled to the city to attend the games. Hotel occupancy in Glasgow reached 95%.

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