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'We’ve tried to make the songs as melodic as possible, so it’s very accessible'

Solea were born out of lockdown and their reputation is growing

The Great Western Festival rolls into town

All-day music event sees bands play at various local venues

Partick 1872: When world football began

Events planned to mark historic match

First steel pile is fixed at site of landmark bridge

Farrans Construction is working on new £29.5 million Govan-Partick crossing

'I never thought I would need my First Aid training'

Victoria Crane reacted instinctively to the unfolding drama

For sale: park cafe set in 85 acres

Kelvingrove Park eaterie is popular with visitors

Plantman Stevie reaps award

Hothouse expert has helped safeguard some of the planet's rarest plants

Smashing … Maryhill Park finally gets its new tennis courts

Work has already started after a long campaign

Revealed: Garden oasis emerges from urban wasteland

The green space is taking shape at the SWG3 arts venue complex in Yorkhill

'He was one of the smartest people I've known'

Father's Day event to raise money for MND Scotland

Glasgow to host historic shinty cup final

Glasgow Mid Argyll play Kyles Athletic at Peterson Park in Yoker

Eco-friendly cargo bike service is "safe and secure"

Free trial is open to Glasgow businesses who want to be green

Review: 'The Body Electrician' - A Play, A Pie, and A Pint

Written by Patricia Panther and directed by Joe Douglas

Ukraine and wildlife take a bough in Victoria Park

Volunteers plant 150 trees including the national tree of Ukraine

Make Music Day comes to Byres Road

Supermarket and bars to stage live performances

John Byrne retrospective opens at Kelvingrove art gallery

The first look-back showing of the Paisley-born polymath for more than 20 years.

New era for North Kelvin meadow and Children's Wood

Lease secured by community for the next 25 years

Making it easier to recycle old laptops and phones

Network of repair and reuse points is expanded

Review: 'Not Now' - A Play, A Pie and A Pint

Written by David Ireland and directed by Becky Hope Palmer

Review: 'The Infernal Serpent' - Play, Pie, and Pint

Written by Dave Gerow and directed by Beth Morton

Waverley to mark 75th year amid rising fuel costs

Boat's oil expected to cost £2,000 more a day than last year

Glasgow Jazz Festival returns in-person

The four-day celebration takes place from June 16 to 19

Behind the scenes at Kelvin Hall

A multi-million pound 'shiny-floor' TV studio is taking shape

Pizza boss Marco returns to the classroom

Nostrana set to open in early summer

The Square Bar & Restaurant: A good shape in Broomhill

Venue is offering 20% off food during May and June

Interview: Jemima Levick's life of pie

Artistic director celebrates first year at legendary theatre

Cottiers and the great sound of the Victorian era

Anniversary concert will celebrate remarkable instrument

Down Your Way: Hooray for Thornwood

Thornwood Bar | GaGa | Found | Orzel

Review: 'Mr Moonlight' - Play, Pie, Pint. Òran Mór

Written by Kim Millar and directed by April Chamberlain

Double feast for Deacon Blue fans

Book event takes place hours before band plays OVO Hydro

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