'It's our fifth annual walk and Covid won't stop us helping Guy'
Friends and family will stride out at different locations to raise money for the 11-year-old Glasgow lad.
Jo brings a little sunshine to Glasgow charity at Christmas
Jo rediscovered art eight years ago and has established herself as a prolific illustrator.
Angela's song and hope for life-saving cancer surgery in US
Angela Gregory was diagnosed with Stage 4 bowel cancer in 2018 and has since had chemotherapy, surgery and radiotherapy.
'I would like to hope my contribution over many years has improved people’s lives'
She said the decision had been taken after "long consideration".
'As a cancer scientist, and someone with cancer, I know how vital discoveries are'
Zuzana, who lives in Anniesland, is backing an urgent appeal for donations to cover research funding hit by the pandemic.
Friends 'single-handedly' fund service for homeless patients during Covid lockdown
The youngsters clocked up a staggering 262km raising more than £3,400 for Glasgow Royal Infirmary Dorcas Charitable Trust.
Close to home … wedding photographer finds new work on Glasgow's doorsteps
Glasgow photographer Caro Weiss came up with the idea after her appointments disappeared overnight when the restrictions hit in March.
'I loved working with and talking to older people' - Ensemble member William, 12
The Intergenerational Ensemble has been making music in Knightswood with the help of professional musicians.
'Biggest St Andrew’s Day parade yet just shows interest in Scotland's national day'
The procession made its way from the Kibble Palace within the Botanic Gardens just before 7pm.
Graffiti grandparents paint Yorkhill red to prove that age is no barrier to street art
The spray can students are all tenants from GHA and Loretto Housing, which are both part of Wheatley Group -Scotland’s leading housing, property management and care organisation.
Guiding star … pioneering Pat's West End blog celebrates 20 years of public service
Few people who live in or who have known the West End will not have read her reviews, recommendations and guides at some time.
Kelvinside Academy pupil Aryan Munshi to represent Scotland at chess in China
The budding grand master will take on young players from around the world at the elite chess tournament which comprises of 11 rounds over a 12-day period.
Hope and Unity … cancer survivor Jason marks world day with Byres Road friends
The bands are on sale for £2 at the Byres Road shop this weekend.
'Finnieston is in danger of losing the very thing that makes it a great place to be'
The 62-year-old was one of the avant-garde traders who gave Finnieston its artsy and eclectic vibe.
Maryhill pupil wins MP's Christmas card competition with jolly polar bear design
Alexander's print is being turned into a Christmas card and is being sent to groups and organisations across North Glasgow.
Footballer makes it eight years in a row feeding Glasgow's homeless at Christmas
Hearts and Scotland footballer Steven Naismith has teamed up again with a Glasgow charity to bring festive cheer to homeless people in Glasgow.
Artists join forces to help raise £100,000 for Partick mum-of-three battling cancer
Claire Bothwell, 40, who is married with three young children, has been diagnosed with two types of cancer.
Top DJ remembered … friends stage West End gig for star who died from meningitis
Just days before his death in 2008, aged just 27, Barry's talents were showcased in a Radio 1 session.
VIDEO: Who says romance is dead? Max pops question in snowy Kelvingrove Park
As the weather wreaked havoc across the country, Max kept calm to ask girlfriend Casey Washburn to marry him.
Western Baths saviour Bill Mann receives royal honour with family at city ceremony
Lord Provost Eva Bolander presents CBE to campaigner and philanthropist Bill Mann in recognition of his years of giving to good causes.