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Glasgow & Strathclyde

3 teenagers hospitalised after crash on A713 in Ayrshire

Three teenagers have been taken to hospital after a car came off the road in Ayrshire and ended up in a field.

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One of the three dedicated rehearsal rooms at Rockvilla.

New National Theatre of Scotland HQ unveiled

It promises to be powerhouse of creativity that will unearth Scotland’s theatre-makers and stage stars of the future.
Culture
The 'Inner Ring Road' at Port Dundas pictured in 1972. Signage displaying the Ring Road was still present well into the 1990s. Picture: Stuart Baird/www.glasgows-motorways.co.uk

Glasgow’s unbuilt Inner Ring Road

IT WAS Glasgow’s most ambitious engineering project since the introduction of the railways, cutting the city in two and providing a vital link between east and west.

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Michelle McKee to run in memory of mother. Picture: Contributed

Join the people in purple to race against dementia

Before Caroline Frost died last year she battled dementia for 12 years. Now her daughter is spearheading a national campaign aimed at ensuring that no-one faces the disease alone.

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Police cordon on Muirdykes Road, near St George's Primary School, Penilee, Glasgow.. Picture: Lucinda Cameron/PA Wire

Police return to scene of Glasgow school shooting

Police have returned to a primary school to talk to parents a week on from the shooting of a man after he dropped off his child.

Glasgow & Strathclyde
Chris Roche at Glasgow's Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, the site of Aridhia's new headquarters. Picture: John Devlin

Monday interview: Chris Roche, chief executive of Aridhia

Aridhia chief executive aims to boost patient outcomes with shot in the arm for clinical research.

Tech 1
Clare Holyoake takes on the role of associate at surveying firm Malcolm Hollis. Picture: Contributed

On the move: Latest appointments and promotions

Independent commercial building surveying firm Malcolm Hollis has ­promoted three staff in Scotland.

Management
The cable is part of the Western Link project, connecting Scottish renewable power with customers south of the Border. Picture: Chris James

£1bn renewable project sails ahead with subsea cable move

A £1 billion project to deliver renewable power from Scotland to homes and businesses in England and Wales has taken a step forward with what is claimed to be the world’s largest subsea power cable coming ashore.

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Spectators on the terminal's viewing platform in 1967

Pictorial history celebrates 50 years of Glasgow Airport

A pictorial history of Scotland's first major airport has been published to mark its 50th birthday,

People & Places 2
Pro-independence campaigners are to stage another march through Glasgow city centre in April. Picture: John Devlin/TSPL

Pro-independence campaigners to march again in Glasgow

Pro-independence campaigners are to stage another march through Glasgow in protest against “perpetual Tory Government and London rule”.

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St Mary's Cathedral in Glasgow's West End belongs to the Scottish Episcopal Church. Picture: Wikicommons

Queen’s chaplain quits over Glasgow Qur’an reading row

A royal chaplain to the Queen has resigned his position to allow himself free reign to criticise the decision to allow a reading of Muslim Holy book the Qur’an in a Glasgow Church.

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The M8/A8 section east of Glasgow is likely to be the scene of traffic congestion over the coming weeks. Picture: John Devlin

Motorists facing weeks of chaos in upgrade of M8

Drivers on one of Scotland’s busiest roads face “unprecedented” disruption when traffic is diverted during major upgrading.

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More than 15,000 new homes will be built in Glasgow in the next five years. Picture: John Devlin/TSPL

Glasgow lays foundations for 15,000 new homes by 2022

More than 15,000 homes will be built in Glasgow over the next five years as the city moves away from a legacy of depopulation.

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Sandy Kennedy, Paul Reynolds, Mark Baird at Gin 71C

Search on for most entrepreneurially-minded Scot

LEARNING for Life Saltire Fellowship could be a game-changing opportunity.

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The revamp at Cameron House is due for completion in May. Picture: Contributed

Cameron House reveals plans for lochside terrace revamp

Five-star resort Cameron House has revealed plans for phase two of its ongoing multi-million-pound renovation, including a major new terrace overlooking Loch Lomond.

Media & Leisure 1
Mohammad and Talat Aslam from Newlands attended Glasgow Mosque. Picture: Robert Perry

Two Scots killed in Saudi Arabia pilgrimage crash tragedy

A couple from Glasgow were among six Britons killed in Saudi Arabia after the minibus they were travelling in was involved in a crash.

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A number of new stations have opened in Glasgow in recent decades. Picture: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

Robroyston station opening will be Glasgow’s 60th

Glasgow is set to open its 60th railway station after the local authority today approved £10 million worth of funding for a project that will also deliver 1600 new homes.

Transport 4
Rebecca Williams with Cameron Logan

Woman injured in fatal Milngavie fire discharged from hospital

A woman seriously injured in a fire which killed her boyfriend on New Year’s Day has been discharged from hospital.

Glasgow & Strathclyde
RSBi is the manufacturing division of City Building. Picture: Contributed

Welfare fund deal gives lift to RSBi workforce

Royal Strathclyde Blindcraft Industries (RSBi) has boosted its workforce thanks to a contract that will see the manufacturing firm supply furniture to vulnerable individuals.

Companies
St. Kilda. Picture: Isla J. Robertson. National Trust for Scotland.

Six great Scottish islands you can only reach by sailboat

SCOTLAND boasts some of the most stunning islands in the world for scenery and wildlife, and many of the best are thankfully accessible by public transport - be it ferry, plane or road bridge.

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