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Glasgow's flowerpot people go for growth with new design

Andrew Flynn and Martin Keane are the West End-based founders of POTR Pots.

Driver traced following appeal over Scotstoun hit and run

Police said enquiries were ongoing to establish the full circumstances surrounding the incident.

Police appeal after girl hurt in hit and run on Dumbarton Road

Police Scotland say the driver of the car involved did not stop at the scene.

Swan has to be put down after dog attack in Victoria Park

The bird had bites to its back, a broken wing and was bleeding from its neck.

Waste plant rejection welcomed after seven-year fight

Around 1,000 objections were received when plans for a gasification plant South Street were first aired.

Cars can no longer drive outside these schools at busy times

Hyndland, Kelvindale, Scotstoun primaries and St Paul’s in Whiteinch no longer permit cars to drive outside during drop-off and pick-up times.

Glasgow Life accused of 'cover-up' over plans to expand Scotstoun Stadium

Jordanhill Community Council said the leisure operator had withheld documents following a Freedom of Information Request.

Families to stage demo at Scotstoun road hotspot as part of nationwide campaign

The protest is among 20 or so local demos organised under the Pedal on Parliament banner.

Power to the people … campaigners win fight to save flower beds in Victoria Park

But a campaign to save the beds was led by the Friends of Victoria Park and Whiteninch community council.

Shoots of recovery … volunteers create a Green Garden on wasteland by the Clyde

The land next to the Heart of Scotstoun Community Centre on Balmoral Street was once part of the Albion Motors works, whose giant sheds still loom over nearby South Street.

VIDEO: 'We think 200 people protested at the threat to flower beds in Victoria Park'

Local councillors Maggie McTernan and Abe Aibinu showed their support.

Here Buddy, Buddy … when patience runs thin and dinner gets charred in the oven

Heading towards that flat stretch on South Street, from the old Yarrows shipyard to the border of Whiteinch and Partick at Sawmill roundabout.

Friends of Victoria Park launch campaign to save flower beds from city council axe

Protests in the park, a petition, and a publicity drive are among moves being planned.

Police to examine bus following crash on Clyde Expressway sliproad that injured 29

The accident happened at around 7pm on the northbound slip road leading from the Clyde Tunnel onto the A814 Clydeside Expressway.

Scotstoun eyesore gets makeover thanks to top graffiti artist and local teenagers

Professional graffiti artist Danny McDermott worked with teenagers from Dumbarton Road Corridor (DRC) Youth Project.

Pick a song worthy of a Glasgow Warriors try … and win a pair of RHA headphones

Everyone who enters has a chance to win two tickets to the game, a signed rugby ball and shirt, and a set of RHA wireless headphones.

700 students at city's three universities to compete for the 2018 Glasgow Taxis Cup

The full-day event will take place on Wednesday 14 March.

School rugby stars to battle it out for cup at the home ground of Glasgow Warriors

The seven weeks of action will involve schools from across the west, central and southern Scotland.

Missing person update: Jim McCormick, 44, from Scotstoun found safe and well

Jim was last seen between Crow Rd and Hayburn Street in the Partick area.

Just the tonic … gin born in a garden shed in the West End goes on sale for first time

A spirit formulated in a garden shed in the West End of Glasgow and distilled in Scotland has gone on sale in time for Christmas.

Bank of Scotland to pull out of Scotstoun raising fears over access to local services

Bank bosses say fewer people are using the branch, and services can be accessed at other branches.

'Fossil Grove visitors may be concerned at clearing work, but it will be for the better'

Friends of Victoria Park want to restore the pond and create a fernery more in keeping with the habitat.

'Scotstoun, we have fought your battles. Now we need your support to keep going'

A West End community council has warned it may have to fold if it can't find new members.

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