Rush for the bar … Cranside gets 10,000 bookings in 24 hours
The Finnieston food and drink venue has been inundated since its phone lines opened on Monday.
Glasgow told to lockdown now so that Christmas can happen
The first minister said the measures were necessary to lower the base infection rate and to give people a chance of having a Christmas.
Abide by rules or face Tier 4 job losses, Glaswegians warned
The owner of the city’s Paesano and Sugo restaurants is urging Glaswegians to stick to Scottish Government guidelines.
Mitchell Library reopens to the public after lockdown closure
Customers can borrow books and return overdue books without having to pay a fine.
Alcohol use rose during lockdown, but smoking declined, say Glasgow experts
Researchers suggest effective measures are required to mitigate adverse impacts on health during lockdowns designed to combat the virus.
Glasgow secures more cash to make city's pavements and roads safe for Covid-19
Glasgow’s Spaces for People programme has been given an additional £4m of funding from Sustrans Scotland.
'Our staff have fielded hundreds of calls from people struggling at a difficult time'
Go-centric is running the Viral Kindness Scotland operation for free, helping Scots amid the public health emergency.
Visitors to Glasgow's parks are told not to booze and to use bins or take litter home
The authority has turned to social media to get its message across during the pandemic.
Glasgow restaurants welcome help to get meals to diners with new at home service
The Glasgow-based website is working with a number of restaurants as lockdown continues to threaten livelihoods.
Arts and music venue SWG3 reveals plans for giant 'Phase 2' food and beer yard
Ministers are expected to outline the country's move into Phase 2 of the journey out of lockdown on Thursday.
The University of Glasgow to help several countries deal with effects of coronavirus
Teams from across the university have been awarded £710,330 from the Global Challenges COVID-19 Rapid Response Research Fund.
Drinkers may have to book a table for a night out at a local boozer, says publican
Marc Ferrier says social-distancing will require businesses to think differently and act differently.
Schools begin work to prepare pupils for social distancing and 'blended learning'
Glasgow's education director Maureen McKenna has updated parents on plans to get the city's pupils back to school.
'Guidance says you should not be going any further than five miles from home'
Scotland's transport minister Michael Matheson said rules were broken at the weekend.
Concern at big groups and house parties breaking Scotland's new lockdown rules
Warnings that Covid-19 will spread again if people ignore the rules on safe distancing.
'There could be a lot of people who come out of lockdown who've been struggling'
The team at Soul Space say they want to look out for their clients' mental health when business returns.
Outdoor activities to resume as Scotland begins cautious journey out of lockdown
Nicola Sturgeon said cases of coronavirus had reduced enough to begin easing restriction around outdoor activity from Friday.
Taxi firm takes the cleanliness of vehicles up a gear to reassure the travelling public
Travelling public is being assured that the city's taxis will be one of the safest forms of transport against COVID-19.
'We're actively working and talking about best practice and how things could work'
Restaurant figure Ryan James warns of tough times ahead but says many businesses are looking at how they can make things work to bring customers back to the table safely.
'Finnieston Green' glasshouse plan drawn up as possible kick-start for city economy
The all-weather structure on the famous thoroughfare would give restaurants and their customers additional space to socially-distance.
'We need a pool of volunteer drivers to collect supplies from local supermarkets'
David Maguire and his team at 1051 GWR have provided thousands of free meals since lockdown began.
Partick Thistle Charitable Trust delivers 9,000 meals to vulnerable people in need
The project is based from Partick Thistle’s home at The Energy Check Stadium at Firhill and reaches children and families, the elderly and vulnerable, in communities in and around Maryhill.
'Like many independent businesses, the virus made us change the way we work'
The move has been made possible by Glasgow-based firm Connect which develops online stores and home delivery apps.
University of Glasgow receives funds from Bill Gates to identify COVID-19 treatments
The project is funded by the COVID-19 Therapeutics Accelerator, an initiative launched by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Wellcome, and Mastercard.
University team makes 3,000 protective visors for shop staff and care workers
But the team of volunteers say they may need fresh supplies of acetate sheets to keep production going.
Soothing words … doctor's cat and rabbit tales prove big hit during COVID-19 crisis
Dr Ioanna Nixon got the idea after seeing anxiety brought on by the lockdown in her youngest son.
Kelvin Way to close to traffic as Glasgow makes space for pedestrians and cyclists
Glasgow City Council has announced two temporary measures to support physical distancing during the pandemic.
Class act … Jordanhill School makes 2,500 protective visors for frontline health staff
The PPE is being distributed by the ViseUp campaign started by Kelvinside Academy and West End music and arts venue SWG3.
'We hope to bring some smaller events to the canal towards the end of the year'
Glasgow Canal Festival had been due to take place on Saturday July 27.