Hate crime probe after sectarian chants on Edinburgh to Glasgow train

TRANSPORT police have launched a hate crime probe after a gang of men were chanting sectarian songs on an Edinburgh to Glasgow train.

Emergency services are in attendance.

Pedestrian seriously hurt after being struck by a lorry in Glasgow

A man has been seriously injured after he was hit by a lorry in Glasgow city centre.

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Crossbill Gin's gin school is one of 35 experiences listed as best Wild Weekends in the UK by National Geographic Traveller.

Glasgow ‘Gin School’ stars in National Geographic Traveller

A gin school in The Barras in Glasgow has been chosen as the top place in Scotland for a “Wild Weekend” by a prestigious global travel magazine.

Glasgow Central MP Alison Thewliss. Picture: John Devlin

SNP MP urges UK government to allow legal drug-taking rooms

An MP has urged ministers to allow legal drug consumption rooms as they have “real potential to reduce drug-related deaths and continuing harm”.

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Scott Sinclair walking into Ibrox before Sunday's game. Picture: SNS

John Hartson: Abuse of Celtic star Scott Sinclair is ‘embarrassing’

Ex-Celtic striker John Hartson has called on fans to use “common sense” after an incident involving Scott Sinclair on Sunday evening.

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Rangers defender Russell Martin. Picture: PA

Video: Rangers defender Russell Martin victim of sectarian abuse

Rangers defender Russell Martin was the victim of sectarian abuse in the run up to Sunday’s Old Firm encounter.

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Andy Murray could make a playing comeback in a Challenger event in Glasgow in late April. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Andy Murray ‘could make comeback at Glasgow Challenger event’

Andy Murray could make his comeback from hip surgery at an event in Glasgow next month.

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Celtic's Scott Sinclair is believed to have been attacked at Glasgow Airport. Picture: SNS/Craig Williamson

Celtic’s Scott Sinclair attacked at Glasgow Airport after Old Firm game

Celtic star Scott Sinclair was verbally assaulted at Glasgow Airport following the Old Firm game.

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Tim Hortons set to open second Glasgow branch

Tim Hortons set to open second Glasgow store this month

Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons has announced it will open its second Glasgow branch this month.

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Old Firm fans urged to ‘sing something else’ by anti-sectarian charity

Leading anti-sectarian charity Nil by Mouth have launched a campaign aiming to discourage bigoted songs from being sung by Celtic and Rangers fans.

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The Glasgow rivals will meet again this Sunday. Picture: John Devlin

Police warn against anti-social behaviour before Rangers-Celtic clash

Police in Glasgow have warned football fans against anti-social behaviour ahead of the Old Firm clash this weekend.

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Police at the scene of the shooting. Picture: John Devlin

Cambuslang shooting victim ‘lucky to be alive’

A father-of-two is said to be recovering well after he was shot in the face and stomach in an attempted murder bid.

Glasgow & Strathclyde
Police are appealing for information relating to a vandalism in High Street, Falkirk

Police launch fresh appeal over 2008 attempted murder in Glasgow

Police have urged potential informants to “look to their conscience” as they try to solve an attempted murder almost a decade on from the attack.

Last month, at Paisley Sheriff Court, Allan admitted her guilt over the incident. Picture: John Devlin

Glasgow Uni student jailed after drunk hit-and-run

A student’s career is in tatters after she was jailed for mowing down a young runner while drunk – and then fleeing the scene.

Glasgow & Strathclyde
Nae Pasaran at the Glasgow Film Festival.

Glasgow Film Festival closes with story of workers who defied dictator

The Glasgow Film Festival has to come to an end with the story of four Scots who defied Pinochet.

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Football fans could be affected travelling to games on Sunday. Picture: Michael Gillen

Train update: Football fans can expect disruption on Sunday

Football fans can expect disruption to their travel plans for Sunday’s Scottish Cup fixtures following the cancellations of train services.

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Glasgow OAP was caught on film pelting pedestrians

Watch: Cheeky Glasgow OAP pelts pedestrians with snowballs

Over the last 72 hours, Scots have been battling through blizzards,

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Picture; Glasgow City Council

Anger after Glasgow’s George Sq igloo ruined

An igloo built in George Square has been ruined by a bypasser with a social media user capturing the moment on film.

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Flights have been grounded across Scotland.

Flights grounded at Scottish airports set to close

A number of airports are still dealing with the knock on effect from cancellations yesterday and the extreme weather that ravaged much of Scotland.

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In pictures: Scotland in the snow

A selection of pictures from across Scotland as the ‘Beast from the East’ brings heavy snow to the nation.

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