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Scots with long covid could be eligible for employment injuries benefit

Citizens in Scotland who are grappling with long-haul COVID symptoms, potentially contracted at their workplace, might soon be eligible for a new employment...


The housing crisis in Scotland must be solved urgently

Scotland is currently grappling with multiple crises, and in many situations, a cash boost is needed. However, the funds are scarce. Edinburgh councillors...


Council tax bombshell for Scots as leak shows planned payment hikes

Local government chiefs have been analysing potential council tax increases of 10 per cent. This move poses questions to Humza Yousaf regarding his...

Drug Consumption Room Glasgow

UK’s first consumption room for illegal drugs given go-ahead

In a landmark decision, Glasgow has become the first city in the UK to approve a supervised drug consumption room. This initiative, backed...

People Make Glasgow

Consultation offers chance to help shape Glasgow’s City Development Plan

A consultation is now open on Glasgow’s Development Plan Scheme, which provides key information to communities and stakeholders in the city regarding how they...

Tommy Reid, Founder Of Paisley based charity Eat Up

Charity’s Access Restricted: Glasgow LEZ Rules Put Charity Services at Stake

The head of a revered meals-on-wheels charity, Eat Up, is expressing profound dissatisfaction with Glasgow City Council’s decision not to grant an exemption...

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First Bus & McGill’s Group Renew Night Services for Glasgow Residents

First Bus & McGill’s Group Address Glasgow’s Night-Time Transit Needs Head-On In a strategic response to Glasgow’s evolving transportation needs, First Bus and...

Barrhead South Rail Station Plans

Barrhead’s Exciting New £18.3m Railway Station Gets the Green Light

Barrhead is gearing up to enhance its railway infrastructure. An ambitious £18.3m blueprint to introduce a fresh railway station to Barrhead has been...


‘Cycling Chaos’: City on Standstill Amid Major Championship, Locals and Businesses Cry Foul

The celebrated UCI World Cycling Championships’ second day unfolded in Glasgow, resulting in the city’s infrastructure coming to a near standstill. Much to...


The Cancellation of Glasgow’s Sole Night Bus Service Sparks Uproar

Today, Tuesday, 11th July 2023, Marks the abrupt termination of Glasgow’s only night bus service by First Bus, a private company, has ignited...