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Korfball arrives in the West End

Similar to netball and basketball, with men and women in the same team

The genius behind a West End landmark

Victorian designer and entrepreneur celebrated at Cottiers bar and theatre

Peace from above in Dowanhill

Flat 4, 24 Athole Gardens: 'Fantastic location' - Walker Wylie

Cottiers and the great sound of the Victorian era

Anniversary concert will celebrate remarkable instrument

The Sorries to play first live gig in Glasgow for over two years

Folk duo The Sorries bring their rousing take on the Scottish songbook to Cottiers next month.

Cottiers calls time on 2020 saying it will be back next year

The bar, restaurant and theatre venue says the timing of the new lockdown rules out reopening before Christmas.

'My therapeutic journey began when I was 21, arriving wide-eyed in Hillhead'

To mark World Mental Health Day 2020 (Saturday October 10), Charley Gavigan looks back at her early career in Glasgow and the influence of a friend and pioneering practitioner.

'This industry is very hard to get into and it’s tough to just wait for it to come back'

The good friends and next door neighbours have set up a crowd funder to cover the cost of their lockdown project.

Plant pot thief caught on CCTV stealing flowers in Dowanhill in the dead of night

The begonias from Lidl were in hanging pots from Home Bargains and cost £40.

Licensed cafe plans at former Scotfresh store in Kirklee Road face local opposition

A shop of some sort or another has been on the site for many years.

Marathon effort … nine-year-old friends to run 250km in lockdown for city charity

Friends Callum Venturi, Isla Grey and Serge Kendrick wanted to use their time constructively during lockdown even though they can't be together.

'I felt like I had been run over by a bus ... I just could not rest and I became delirious'

Nicholas Scullion, 43, spent nine days in isolation at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.

Atlantic rower's Ruthven Street tribute to NHS heroes was just a 'drop in the ocean'

Jamie MacLean joined in the national applause for all frontline workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic.

Boys to attend Notre Dame High School after council votes to end girls-only policy

The issue has split opinion since a consultation began many months ago.

Parents welcome consultation on opening up Notre Dame High state school to boys

Champions of Notre Dame's single-sex status say it boosts confidence among girls particularly in maths and science.

Parking zones … Hyndland, Hughenden, and Dowanhill have until June 25 to object

Detailed maps setting out new zones across Hyndland, Hughenden and Dowanhill West have gone live.

School chiefs say yes to Notre Dame High consultation but without giving timescale

The Roman Catholic school - the only state-funded girls school in Scotland - is also popular with Muslim families.

'Notre Dame High is excluding and failing local children with this antiquated policy'

Labour, the Greens and Conservatives say there is a need for a consultation.

Police to take action after selfish parking causes misery for residents in Dowanhill

Police say they have received a number of complaints from local residents.

VIDEO: This lovely film captures a quirky West End wedding … inspired by a bow tie

Elizabeth and Dominic Wilde had a humanist ceremony in the dramatic setting of Cottiers church theatre in Dowanhill.

Cottiers opens new war memorial garden to remember the West End's fallen heroes

Four Acres Charitable Trust completes a new war memorial to former Dowanhill Church congregation members who died in the two world wars.

Plan could see schoolyard toilet block and shelter turned into luxury West End home

If approved, the concept would create one of the city's more unusual properties.

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