From Eusebi's to Kilimanjaro
Staff members prepare to climb African summit for charity
Plans lodged for 49 homes at former school
Four penthouse apartments and rooftop garden included in proposals
Coming to Websters Theatre
Plays and music shows are on the programme
Glasgow Academy unveils 'transformative' plan
Local residents are invited to see the proposals
Mika & Me: 'Our first year in sharp focus'
Optician first in UK to offer Japanese aspheric lenses as standard
The Caring City: The Blankfaces
The social enterprise tackling homelessness
The Lansdowne reopens with new menu
Restaurant closed last October amid staffing shortage
Glasgow 'tenement' artist goes under 'TV' hammer
Bryan Evans has painted the city's streets and buildings for 30 years
TV presenter serves up live-streamed auction at vegan cafe
The star of Bargain Hunt and Antiques Road Trip is hosting a live-streamed auction next week.
Key change … music couple find harmony in new coffee shop
The couple were both working in the music industry when Covid hit and the change in circumstances demanded a life rethink.
Eusebi's told to remove its dining boxes following objections
Glasgow city council ruled the covered boxes did not comply with emergency Covid regulations.
Bananamoon in Kelvinbridge offers help to homeless people
Glasgow bar wants donations of jumpers, hats, gloves, jackets.
Designer's perfectly hatched plan to keep trading in lockdown
Jessica Taylor opened her independent design shop Hatch in August.
'Our drivers are great at just popping out with milk or bread for the elderly people'
Sarah believes business will not return to normal for some time and the priority for her is keeping customers and staff safe.
Scottish baking sisterhood Three Sisters Bake secure primetime TV show on BBC1
The prime Saturday morning slot, with an estimated 1 million viewers, was previously home to a Mary Berry baking programme.
Archaeologists unearth site of old mill by banks of the River Kelvin in the West End
The first recording of the flint mill dates back to 1795 and the site is thought to have comprised of a flour mill and a separate corn mill.
Coming soon: Green Door Theatre present rarely-performed Assassins at Websters
Orchestra to play concert in Kelvinbridge after sell-out performance in Germany
The orchestra will be with conductor Chris George and the distinguished cellist Christian Elliott.
Food blog: Blown away by delicious menu at Non Viet Hai on Great Western Road
Food blogger Ava Richardson pays a return visit to the West End's Vietnamese restaurant Non Viet Hai on Great Western Road
Better the Devilry … magician to explore our darker thoughts at Websters Theatre
Magician Ryan K. Davidson returns to the stage at Websters Theatre in Glasgow this October with his new one-man show Devilry.
Artisan cheesemonger seeks to open cafe space at its store on Great Western Road
Plans newly-submitted to the local authority in Glasgow propose a small cafe at the back of the shop.
Cannabis worth £320,000 seized by police during raid in Great Western Road
Police seized the drugs during a raid on a flat close to Lansdowne Crescent.
VIDEO: War, women and the West End … project invites people to tell untold tales
The exciting project has been made possible thanks to a £6,600 Heritage Lottery Fund grant.
Websters Theatre to welcome the 'unique and electrifying' Budapest Café Orchestra
Popular and acclaimed four-piece jazz/folk band Budapest Café Orchestra to play Glasgow's Websters Theatre as part of a 25-show Scottish tour.
Public lead police to £300,000 cannabis stash in Kelvinbridge area of West End
Cannabis with a street value of £300,000 is seized in a raid at a property in Montague Street in the Kelvinbridge area of the West End.
VIDEO: 'The good news for us is Websters Theatre is reopen now in time for panto'
The venue was forced to close in the summer when storms dislodged masonry from its spire.
Websters Theatre to reopen within weeks for shows but bistro to stay shut for now
To coincide with news of the opening, the theatre has issued a full autumn programme of shows.
Websters Theatre forced to close after rain dislodges stone in church steeple
A converted church theatre in the West End has been forced to close after bad weather loosened masonry in its steeple making the building unsafe.