Video: The Vamps book signing in Glasgow

The Vamps were in Glasgow to sign copies of their first ever book ‘Our Story: 100% Official’.

RyanAir have launched a seat sale on flights from Scotland. Picture: Contributed

Ryanair launch £2 flash sale for flights from Scotland

Budget carrier Ryanair are hosting a £2 seat sale which ends at midnight tonight.

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Duntreath Castle. Picture: JP

Scots aristocrat in court over alleged threats on grouse moor

The arisocratic great-grandson Edward VII’s mistress Alice Keppel has been ordered to appear in court next month, charged with behaving threateningly on a moor.

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ScottishPower is replacing traditional meters in customers' homes. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA

ScottishPower to spend £341m on smart energy meters

ScottishPower is to invest £341 million on rolling out smart energy meters to more than five million home across the UK.

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Fernando Ricksen. Picture: SNS

Fernando Ricksen’s MND battle to be shown in documentary

A DOCUMENTARY has been made on ex-Rangers player Fernando Ricksen’s battle with Motor Neurone Disease.

Clydesdale's parent group is in talks to buy the Williams & Glyn business from RBS. Picture: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Clydesdale in talks to buy hundreds of RBS branches

The owner of Clydesdale Bank is in talks to buy hundreds of branches that Royal Bank of Scotland is being forced to sell off.

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Squinty Bridge, Clyde Arc . Picture: TSPL

Glasgow’s ‘squinty bridge’ chosen as symbol of Euro 2020

Glasgow’s “Squinty Bridge” has been chosen as the symbol of the city as it prepares to host matches during Euro 2020.

Robertson's contract included the renovation of GCU's Hamish Wood building. Picture: Peter Devlin

Robertson completes £20m project for Glasgow Caledonian

Construction group Robertson has completed a £20 million contract as part of a major redevelopment project at Glasgow Caledonian University.

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Graeme Macrae Burnet is in the running for the Man Booker Prize with his second novel.

Scotland's Man Booker contender speaks out over library cuts

Scotland’s contender for the Man Booker Prize has called for the nation’s libraries to be protected from closure and cutbacks.

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Car driven at police officers in Glasgow murder attempt

Two police officers are in hospital with serious injuries after a car was deliberately driven at them in a hit-and-run attack being treated as attempted murder.

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Students have faced major upheaval since a fire at Glasgow School of Art's Mackintosh building.

Glasgow School of Art faces student revolt

Students at the Glasgow School of Art are to stage a one-day boycott of their students and a public protest about the way the world-famous institution is being run.
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The incident occurred on Calder Street in the Govanhill area of Glasgow

Man and toddler fall from Glasgow flat window

A two-year-old girl and a man have been taken to hospital after falling from the window of a flat in Glasgow.


Video: Celtic and Rangers fan clash in street brawl

A violent brawl between Celtic and Rangers fans following Sunday’s League Cup clash has emerged online.

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Scottish Friendly chief executive Fiona McBain. Picture: Contributed

Change at the top for Scottish Friendly

Fiona McBain is to step down as chief executive of Scottish Friendly after more than a decade in the top post.

Olympic medalist Polly Swan with team mate Caitie Gorton-Phillips in front of the West Boathouse. Picture: Peter Devlin

Historic headquarters of rowing wins lottery boost

A campaign to restore a century-old boathouse where Olympic gold medalist Katherine Grainger first tried out rowing has won a £1.2 million lottery boost.

The incident took place outside of Hampden just before kick-off. Picture: PA

Boy, 11, rushed to hospital after being hit by bottle outside Hampden

AN 11-year-old boy has had to be taken to hospital after he was hit on the head by a bottle outside Hampden.

Police Scotland say all of the arrests were made in and around the ground. Picture: PA

18 arrests following Celtic and Rangers semi-final at Hampden

POLICE Scotland have confirmed that 18 people have been arrested following the match between Rangers and Celtic at Hampden Park.

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The Burrell Collection, Glasgow. Picture: Robert Perry

Glasgow’s Burrell Collection to close for £60m facelift

A leading museum is marking the final day before it closes for a multimillion-pound refurbishment with a host of activities.

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Mary Laurie was on her way home from her son's wedding when the taxi she was in was hit by a drink-driver. Picutre: Police Scotland

Speeding drink-driver who killed Glasgow mother is jailed

A speeding drink-driver who caused the death of a mother in a crash as she returned home from her son’s wedding has been jailed for seven-and-a-half years.

The Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre project is due for completion in 2019. Picture: Contributed

AECC developer Henry Boot rides out ‘uncertain’ market

The property company behind Aberdeen’s new £333 million conference centre is eyeing a strong end to the year despite tough conditions facing the construction sector.

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