Category: NEWS

I was sexually assaulted by six men in music industry, claims Sinitta

Sinitta has claimed she was sexually assaulted by six men in the music industry. The pop star, 54, told the Daily Mirror one of the attackers was a singer she had...

Govan police station to accept firearms under new amnesty campaign which aims to stop organised criminal gangs getting their hands

A TOP cop has said the force want to impact on the ability of organised crime groups getting their hands on firearms ahead of a new surrender campaign which starts...

Cost to rebuild Glasgow School of Art could top £200m, as government is ‘ready to help’

Restoring Glasgow School of Art’s fire-ravaged Mackintosh building to its previous architectural glories could cost hundreds of millions of pounds and take years...

Dad-of-eight still follows 15-point list left by late wife eight years on

For the best part of a decade Ian Millthorpe has carefully plaited hair, ironed shirts and vetted boyfriends. But this Father’s Day spells a well-earned day off...

Glasgow family of boy killed by falling gravestone awarded six-figure payout

THE family of an 8-year-old boy killed by a falling gravestone in a Glasgow cemetery have been awarded a six-figure compensation payout by the council....

Steven Gerrard: Rangers weren’t fit enough to be successful last season and that has to change

THE fans reckoned they weren’t fit to wear the shirt. Steven Gerrard believes Rangers just weren’t in the right physical shape to compete. The Liverpool...

Tributes paid to music venue with colourful beginnings

Built in 1875, the ABC venue has been a key venue arts and music venue in the centre of Glasgow for more than 130 years. It first opened as the Diorama, a theatrical...

Business leaders fear further economic impact of Art School blaze

Sauchiehall Street faces a “terrible pummelling” following the devastating Glasgow School of Art fire, business leaders have warned. Traders have been left...

Drivers’ group out to put the brakes on car travel ban bid

PROPOSALS to ban cars from parts of towns and cities as part of a green travel campaign may lead to job losses and shop closures, a leading motoring group warns. A...

Theresa May on collision course with Tory Remainers in knife-edge Commons vote on Brexit

THERESA May is this week set on a Commons collision course with Tory Remainers as a leading rebel suggested they could “collapse the Government”. The House...