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  1. Dave King and allies seize power at Ibrox after 'overwhelming' EGM win

    Derek Llambias and Barry Leach ousted by King after shareholders vote by what is understood to be an 'overwhelming' majority.

    Dave King and allies seize power at Ibrox after 'overwhelming' EGM win

    Dave King and allies seize power at Ibrox after 'overwhelming' EGM win

    via STV NEWS
  2. Scots Ebola nurse appears before medical regulator hearing

    Pauline Cafferkey contracted the disease volunteering in Sierra Leone.

    Scots Ebola nurse appears before medical regulator hearing

    Scots Ebola nurse appears before medical regulator hearing

    via STV NEWS
  3. Scottish universities see a nine million pound rise generated through philanthropic giving

    Edinburgh University accounts for nearly half of the total, followed by Glasgow University with some £10m and St Andrews University raising £4m.

    Philanthropic donations are often given in support of specific projects, such as author JK Rowling's £10m donation to a Regenerative Neurology Clinic at Edinburgh University and Ann Gloag's donation to a Glasgow Caledonian University foundation supporting female entrepreneurs from disadvantaged communities.

    Scots universities see £9 million hike in philanthropic giving

    Scots universities see £9 million hike in philanthropic giving

    via HERALD SCOTLAND
  4. VIDEO: Do you remember the Glasgow Garden Festival?

    It's been a whole 25 years since Glasgow was named European City of Culture. But it was the Garden Festival a few years before that really marked the beginning of the city's regeneration.

    [Read more]

  5. Four charged after probe into sectarian singing at Raith v Rangers

    Police launched a probe following the match in Kirkcaldy after complaints of sectarian singing at stadium.

    Four charged after probe into sectarian singing at Raith v Rangers

    Four charged after probe into sectarian singing at Raith v Rangers

    via STV NEWS
  6. Cargo ship which ran aground berthed on the Clyde ahead of repairs

    The Lysblink Seaways is now expected to be dry-docked at Inchgreen on Wednesday.

    Cargo ship which ran aground berthed on the Clyde ahead of repairs

    Cargo ship which ran aground berthed on the Clyde ahead of repairs

    via STV NEWS
  7. Scots universities attack 'short-sighted' research funding cuts

    The universities says the cuts could have a negative impact on jobs.

    Scots universities attack 'short-sighted' research funding cuts

    Scots universities attack 'short-sighted' research funding cuts

    via STV NEWS
  8. Justin Currie: 'bands make better music...'

    Tune into Grass Roots Music tonight at 8.30pm to see what the Del Amitri frontman thought of some great local bands on our new Scottish music show.

  9. Hawkwind super fan swipes band's parking ticket as gig souvenir

    What's the weirdest gig souvenir you've ever taken?

    [Read more]

  10. One person taken to hospital after crash involving bus and two cars

    One person has been taken to hospital as a precaution but no one is thought to be seriously injured.

    One person taken to hospital after crash involving bus and two cars

    One person taken to hospital after crash involving bus and two cars

    via STV NEWS
  11. Severely underweight dog found wandering in Glasgow city centre

    The Scottish SPCA is appealing for information after a severely underweight dog was found straying in Glasgow.

    Severely underweight dog found wandering in Glasgow city centre

    Severely underweight dog found wandering in Glasgow city centre

    via STV NEWS
  12. Timeline: Battle for power at Ibrox and events leading to crunch EGM

    We look at the events of recent months leading up to Friday's EGM, in which Dave King is set to grab power at Rangers.

    Timeline: Battle for power at Ibrox and events leading to crunch EGM

    Timeline: Battle for power at Ibrox and events leading to crunch EGM

    via STV NEWS
  13. Will the new Celtic Jersey bring New Balance or end up a hoopless mess?

    The best and the worst of those fan-designed new Celtic strips.

    [Read more]

  14. Funding appeal launch for statue of city's first female councillor

    'Barbour's Army' saw thousands of women march alongside shipyard and engineering workers.

    [Read more]

  15. Rangers EGM: Follow live updates from the crucial shareholders meeting

    If shareholder Dave King gains enough votes he will secure a majority and take control at the club.

    Rangers EGM: Follow live updates from the crucial shareholders meeting

    Rangers EGM: Follow live updates from the crucial shareholders meeting

    via STV NEWS
  16. Dave King insists he has a Nomad lined up ahead of Rangers takeover

    King says he has personal funds he is ready to commit to running the troubled Ibrox club.

    Dave King insists he has a Nomad lined up ahead of Rangers takeover

    Dave King insists he has a Nomad lined up ahead of Rangers takeover

    via STV NEWS
  17. Celtic’s Peter Lawwell not in favour of UEFA strict liability in SPFL

    Celtic chief executive doesn’t believe stricter laws applied by European football’s governing body would work in Scotland.

    Celtic’s Peter Lawwell not in favour of UEFA strict liability in SPF

    Celtic’s Peter Lawwell not in favour of UEFA strict liability in SPF

    via STV NEWS
  18. First Minister agrees to discuss Conservative proposals for 'drunk tanks'

    The First Minister has agreed to discuss Conservative proposals to set up recovery centres for people who have had too much to drink.

    First Minister agrees to discuss Conservative proposals for 'drunk tan

    First Minister agrees to discuss Conservative proposals for 'drunk tan

    via STV NEWS
  19. Dance International Glasgow whirls into the city

    There will be six world premiere events at the first ever festival of dance to take over Glasgow.

    [Read more]

  20. Glasgow City Council joins new local authority umbrella group

    Four councils plan to quit Cosla and join the Scottish Local Government Partnership.

    Glasgow City Council joins new local authority umbrella group

    Glasgow City Council joins new local authority umbrella group

    via STV NEWS
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