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Quirky things to do in Glasgow: The Craft Pottery

When you think of Glasgow, it’s unlikely your first thought is an evening of wine drinking and pottery painting. Yet, The Craft Pottery is one of Glasgow’s newest art hubs and it’s a hit with the locals. Situated in the city centre of Glasgow, The Craft Pottery is only about a ten-minute walk from Glasgow Central Station. It’s an independent and contemporary pottery and craft studio with lots on offer

Massive blaze at Victoria's nightclub in Sauchiehall Street  By Stephen MCcabe and Chloe Duffy

Emergency services have been called to a massive blaze which has broken out in one of Glasgow’s busiest shopping streets. The blaze broke out at Victoria’s nightclub on Sauchiehall Street which was first reported to the fire services at around 8:20 this morning.   The emergency services have since been battling to take control of the fire in a desperate attempt to stop it from spreading onto any other nearby

Social Media and Kylie Jenner give housebound Glasgow teenager lifeline

  A teenager who has been housebound for over five years due to severe chronic anxiety disorder has revealed how social media has played a massive part in her road to recovery.Saffron Scullion from Castlemilk first experienced crippling anxiety in January 2013 and started to struggle with her normal everyday life. The 18-year-old first started experiencing panic attacks while out and about in public and at school. Her anxiety was

Le Geek C’est Chic

Deep in the heart of Paisley there is a Café with a 4.9 star rating on Facebook. This Café is not like others. It is a small escape from reality, where people can enjoy live trading card games, Comic book reading and general relaxing. The Café is called Comicrazy. Comicrazy has an extensive range of board games which are free for use by the public when a drink or food

#Paisley2021

Thousands of Paisley citizens used their social media accounts yesterday in order to celebrate their 2021 UK City of Culture. The UK Government Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) encouraged the five shortlisted cities for the City of Culture bid to share photos, facts and messages of support on social media. Yesterday, Monday the 4th of December, was Paisley’s chance to get involved and celebrate by sharing content

Glasgow West End Parking Fines Cause Frustration

Residents and business owners in Mount Florida and Scotstoun are up in arms over unenforced parking restrictions on match days. They’ve been speaking to DEREK MURDOCH A residents’ association in the West End has lodged a petition with Glasgow City Council against illegal parking in their streets during Glasgow Warriors rugby fixtures. Victoria Park Residents’ Association have become increasingly concerned at the manner of some supporters’ parking – and have

Sheridan's Shock Return

The veteran politician and campaigner on his return to Scottish politics. by PETER CASSIDY FORMER Scottish Socialist Party MSP, outspoken personality and Cardonald native Tommy Sheridan will be attempting a surprise political comeback this May as co-convener and Glasgow list candidate for Solidarity, a socialist and pro-independence party. The party are hoping to get Scottish independence back on the political agenda with a second referendum as early as 2018. Tommy,