by David Marshall Over 700 Rangers fans are expected to travel to Moscow ahead of the Ibrox side’s Europa League tie with Spartak Moscow. Rangers Supporters Liaison Officer, Greg Marshall, says that […]
Tennent’s Spend £1million Building Visitor Centre While Alcohol Related Deaths Increase by 54% in Scotland
A Glasgow based brewery has invested £1million into a new historical visitor centre to tell the tale of how the popular Scottish lager was first created. It is suggested tourists spend around […]
A person has died after being hit by a train in Glasgow. Around 6:30 in the morning, between Queen Street and Belgrove stations, the British Transport Police (BTP) arrived along with the […]
By Chris Macmillan. THE 2017 Scottish Open Grand Prix in badminton continues today at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow, and Scottish singles hopes rest on the shoulders of two-time runner-up and number […]
By Stuart Reid The crown office and procurator fiscal service have said there is “insufficient evidence” for criminal proceedings for the Clutha tragedy. A fatal accident inquiry will be held into the […]
By Stuart Reid Scotland’s mixed double pairing Ciara Torrance and Adam Hall are in to the 2nd round of the Badminton Scottish Grand Prix after a comprehensive victory. The pair defeated fellow […]
Ryan Crombie and Gary Kirkpatrick present with Gregor Hynds and Brodie Gettins in studio.
By Andrew Scott THE Scot has been linked with French giants Racing 92 and Montpellier but it is believed that Racing are in the driving seat with a deal worth a reported […]
Presented by Ross Gilchrist and Lewis Birrell with in studio interviews from Jan Spaans and Lea Fabbrini with reports from across Ayrshire and the west of Scotland.
By Dominic V. Cassidy THE Citizens Theatre, located in the Gorbals, is due to be closed for an extensive revamp, costing an estimated £19.4 million. The Glasgow institution, which has been […]