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
1,000 helpers sought for UN climate conference in Glasgow
Applications to join an army of helpers at the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference – COP26 - open from today.
Partick clothes designer finds answer to 'fast fashion' in ethical brand called 'Lost'
Penny Herne has no formal fashion training or background but was inspired to create her brand from her travels abroad.
On the mend … fightback against modern throwaway culture comes to the West End
The idea has spread from Amsterdam where the first cafe was opened 10 years ago.
Green shoots to recovery … Gartnavel to reveal its 'hidden garden' to the public
The gardens at Gartnavel Royal Hospital were designed in the 1830s as a place to ease the mind.
Dog walkers warned to mind pets after suspected pollution incident in the Kelvin
The incident was reported to the Scottish Environment Protection Agency and the Friends of the River Kelvin.
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.
'The West End has perfect garden habitat for hedgehogs - but they need your help'
The first training sessions for citizen scientists take place this Friday in Stirling and Glasgow.
Police patrols to enforce Kelvingrove Park alcohol ban over Easter holiday weekend
Temperatures are already rising at the start of the holiday weekend.
MSP calls for urban pigeon lofts to tackle health nuisance linked to bird droppings
The Glasgow Kelvin MSP wants the council to consider new awareness raising strategies and sustainable control methods.
From Bandstand to Botanics … £15 million clean-up of River Kelvin begins at 11 sites
The work is being done to improve improve the environment and water quality along the river.
Travelling the 'Underline' … how city aims to link cyclists and walkers with West End
A new public consultation will allow people to respond to initial designs for the Underline avenue for the use of cyclists and pedestrians.
VIDEO: Move over cars, it looks like cycles are about to win argument on Byres Road
Green councillor Christy Mearns pushed cross-party backing for the measure at committee this week.
Major works to combat river pollution on River Kelvin set to last until summer 2020
The £2.5m scheme will involve three giant holes being dug to improve sewers in and around Kelvingrove Park.
'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.
Eyesore or jewel? … bid to protect Temple gasworks in Kelvindale creates some heat
Heritage watchdog Historic Environment Scotland is seeking views on plans to schedule the iron frames as Category B Listed buildings.
Video: The remarkable Whiteinch depot saving lives and food from the scrapheap
Move On operates a FareShare franchise for Glasgow and the west of Scotland from a new hub on South Street that was recently opened by Angela Constance.
Upcycling blog: 'A Clydebank Singer with great legs is perfect for a Glasgow pallet'
West End up cycler Becky Donnachie makes a table using the legs from an old sewing machine and a discarded wooden pallet.
Upcycling blog: 'From Dumbarton Road to baby Ava, with elbow grease - and love X'
Blogger Becky Donnachie takes a plain wooden box from a charity shop and transforms it into a toy hamper for her little niece Ava Juliet.
A fox scavenging at night is among new wildlife photos on display at Kelvingrove
Exhibition marks 10-year long partnership between RSPB Scotland and the city's premier museum and visitor attraction.
Video: Friends of River Kelvin make space for new life at Ha'penny Bridge House HQ
Conservation groups makes new plans for picturesque riverside base in the West End of the city.
Video: Meet the man counting sparrows in Partick as a way to save our city friends
Data from the Partick survey will be used to help arrest a decline in the birds' numbers.
A wildlife photo competition where the best go on show at Kelvingrove museum
The competition will feature three categories and two different age groups.
Out of Africa to the wilds of Lanarkshire… Maryhill-based refugees plant new roots
Maryhill Integration Network has been working with tree charity Eadha Enterprises to restore former opencast coal mine.
Video: From the West End to Castlemilk … groups forge ties to save our greenspaces
RSPB Scotland hosts networking event at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum to bring community groups together.
Wyndford Estate: trees are axed despite protests but felling is welcomed by some
Residents split over whether removing trees from a backcourt at the estate in Maryhill was the right move.
Video: First steps taken in battle to save 'Greek' Thomson's West End 'wonderwall'
Meeting organised on January 24 in Belmont Street to inform the community about plans for the Steps and to seek ideas.
North Kelvin Meadow has been saved for the community after epic planning battle
Scottish ministers deliver victory to open space campaigners who have now fought off plans for homes on city meadow.
Video: Residents rally to save Broomhill Avenue greenspace from more concrete
A petition is launched to save a popular recreational space in the West End from the threat of development.