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Drug dealer jailed over attempted murder of policeman

Wenjie Yu, 49, deliberately drove at PC Neil Kerr during a drugs bust in July 2020.

Council defends its record on blocked gullies after flooding

The city council came in for criticism this week after heavy rain caused rush-hour chaos.

Headteacher pays tribute to crash victim Aidan Pilkington

Aidan Pilkington, 18, was killed in a hit and run crash at the weekend.

Helen celebrates 30 years of Pampas with charity pop-up

Surplus stock left over from lockdown will be sold over 30 days, with money going to the Beatson Cancer Charity.

Ssh, we're back … Peckham's has soft opening for hard times

Tony Johnston said the current climate had forced him to tread cautiously.

Squash boy Callum scoops mascot prize with monster shot

Judges were taken with his great artwork and the accompanying backstory about his design.

Butchers offers classes in meat cuts and making sausages

The business already trades in Uddingston where the original shop is based and has been since 1910.

'I never fail to be amazed at the effects of spring on health'

'This year the sense of hope that comes with longer days and spring flowers blooming is more welcome than ever'

The Glasgow fashion brand out to save our denim blue planet

Elizaveta and Andrew Bennett have started a #donatedenim campaign to save material going to landfill.

The night in 1941 when Luftwaffe bombs fell on Hyndland

Researchers interviewed people who had experienced the Blitz for a local book.

Bike theft in the West End and what you can do to prevent it

West End police inspector Paul Daley writes about bike thefts and how the public can help tackle the issue.

'We have greater understanding of men’s health issues'

Dr Isabelle Cullen says men are now more prepared to present issues and concerns to a family doctor.

Peckham's returns to Hyndland bolt hole where it all began

The company will trade again at what was the Hyndland Fox on Clarence Drive.

The Glasgow artist turning his hand to a spot of house work

Damian Henry has taken several commissions for sketches of West End homes and properties.

'One of my greatest joys as a GP is looking after children'

Glasgow GP Dr Isabelle Cullen has cared for some of her patients from before birth and into adulthood.

'I've realised a teenage sense of injustice is vital'

Young people write about life and the challenges of school and learning during the pandemic.

'You can contact your GP to discuss any mental health issue'

Glasgow GP Dr Isabelle Cullen writes about family health matters in a new blog.

'We need strong wooden playground shelters to keep dry'

The school’s parent council has launched a fundraiser and is appealing for donations from the community.

GP services are prepared for Christmas and New Year

Glasgow GP Dr Isabelle Cullen writes about family health matters in a new blog.

'We felt humbled and inspired to do more to help people'

Young people write about the issues they care about and the changing world around them.

'A GP for 30 years and I have never known anything like it'

West End GP Dr Isabelle Cullen writes about the challenges of Covid and working as a family doctor during the health emergency.

'This year is not normal: there is no school football team'

We are inviting young people to describe their lives and the changes around them.

Locker Hyndland bistro comes with MasterChef credentials

The café and bakery on Clarence Drive will create 12 new jobs.

50 emergency kits to help homeless street pets at Christmas

Suppliers, clients and customers of Pets-Cetera have generously donated food, coats and treats.

Good friends raise £1,700 and counting with online quiz

Lois Gunn and Ella Bonnyman had people taking part from Forfar to Stockholm.

The Glasgow artist leaving her mark with 'graffiti ceramics'

Artist and musician Louise McVey says the objects are her way of reaching out to communities during the pandemic.

'Serving the community is worth teetering balancing act'

Young Voices is a platform for younger people to describe their lives and the changes around them.

'It's near impossible for school clubs to continue as normal'

Young Voices is a platform for younger people to describe their lives and the changes around them.

Shops offer late hours and early sales amid lockdown fears

Local businesses in Glasgow are offering extended opening hours and winter promotion as they prepare for a feared lockdown.

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