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TV presenter serves up live-streamed auction at vegan cafe

The star of Bargain Hunt and Antiques Road Trip is hosting a live-streamed auction next week.

'The market is very buoyant, and likely to be so for some time'

Paul Reilly says the West End is losing 'none of its allure' when it comes to property.

Ten jobs created with launch of opticians chain in Glasgow

Barry Hutcheon and Wendy Bremner say they want to change the face of the high street.

Stay-At-Home! Literary Festival returns after last year's hit

The line-up includes: Aminatta Forna, Helen Lederer, Anthony Anaxagorou, and Greg Buchanan.

10,000 applications to volunteer at COP26 climate event

The UK will host the international summit at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC) in Glasgow on 1 – 12 November 2021.

The Cheese Club pop-up opens at 'Fopp shop' on Byres Road

The shop will trade ahead of the premises being converted into a two-storey restaurant with roof-top terrace.

Eusebi's cooks up way to fight male cancer with meatballs

Throughout April – Testicular Cancer Awareness Month – £1 from every portion of meatballs sold by the cafe will go towards the charity.

The Glasgow fashion brand out to save our denim blue planet

Elizaveta and Andrew Bennett have started a #donatedenim campaign to save material going to landfill.

'Roll on April 26, when we can welcome you back'

John Turner reminds us of the timetable for local shops and businesses to welcome back customers.

Why Partick and the West End rocks for designer April Hay

“Gok Wan’s office called and asked me to take part in their ‘fashion brunch club’ programme in Glasgow.”

Remembering the first lives lost in WW2 attacks on Clydeside

An oak tree was planted as a small number of socially-distanced guests watched on.

The night in 1941 when Luftwaffe bombs fell on Hyndland

Researchers interviewed people who had experienced the Blitz for a local book.

'We have greater understanding of men’s health issues'

Dr Isabelle Cullen says men are now more prepared to present issues and concerns to a family doctor.

Jazz trio release five tracks recorded before pandemic hit

Prime Trio features Peter Johnstone, a former Young Scottish Jazz Musician of the Year.

TV presenter sets out to change way art is bought and sold

Nastasha Raskin Sharp, who lives in the West End of Glasgow, hopes Exhibit Auctions will transform the way art is bought and sold at auction.

Glasgow chef Joe Lazzerini serves up ROAST to online diners

ROAST will offer a refined version of the classic British staple - ‘a hearty, unfussy, delicious feast that the family can tuck into’, according to HOME-X.

Anna, six, makes marmalade to help save endangered turtles

Anna O’Neill, aged six, is making marmalade at home in Jordanhill after reading about the animals’ plight.

TV's Judith flows in to launch Top Up Tap at Botanic Gardens

The Top up Tap is located near the unique Victorian masterpiece Kibble Palace and glasshouses.

Offices could be demolished to make way for student flats

An office block would be demolished to make way for the student flats.

Dentists grit teeth as they prepare for 500-mile charity run

The team will take 10 days to cover the route, joined along the way by friends and supporters who will run shorter stretches.

Swedish musician discovers himself on 'Great Western Road'

A video on YouTube features footage from the West End of Glasgow mixed with studio shots back in Sweden.

Photographer focuses on podcasts to inspire and connect

Photographer Rhiannon Louden says her new focus has helped her connect with other creators and enterprises.

Volunteer mentors take it to the bridge to help young people

MCR Pathways says it needs more mentors in Glasgow to support pupils in all 30 secondary schools.

Cail Bruich is awarded city's first Michelin star in 18 years

The award comes just five months after Lorna McNee - protégé of the late two Michelin starred chef Andrew Fairlie - took up the post of head chef.

Orchestra celebrates the power of the word on Burns Night

Burns composed My Love Is Like a Red, Red Rose in 1794, just two years before he died, and is said to have written it for his wife and muse, Jean Armour, to sing.

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.

Award-winning musician goes with flow at Celtic Connections

Matt Carmichael releases the first single from his debut album this Friday ahead of two performances during the new-look, virtual Celtic Connections.

'We need strong wooden playground shelters to keep dry'

The school’s parent council has launched a fundraiser and is appealing for donations from the community.

'Not the start to 2021 we'd wanted, but not unexpected'

Local trader and business figure John Turner explains why Byres Road means so much.

Glasgow shoppers donate more than 4,400 Christmas gifts

Festival of Kindness organisers praise the generosity of Glasgow shoppers.

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