Teenage lad dressed as his mum and stole her ID to buy MD 20/20
We have all been there at one point in our lives. Literally every person in the world who has ever been a teenager will know the feeling of being denied drink from the off sales or a pub because they were too young to buy it legally.
'Must have’ Scottish watch brand launches green and blue Rival Collection
A Scottish watch brand that is quickly becoming a ‘must have’ accessory among celebrities and football players alike has launched a new collection perfect for supporters of Glasgow’s big two football clubs.
Top 600 footballers of all time REVEALED
Football (soccer) is without doubt the world's most popular and loved sport and from every town and city in Europe to the length and bread of Africa, South America and Asia the debate over are the best players ever to play the game has raged on for generations.
Glasgow in the 1930s: Razor sharp sectarianism and rise the far right SPL brings city close to civil war
When it comes to issues such as sectarianism, bigotry and violence Glasgow of today is not without its issues- but to take into the context of how far the city has come you have to look at how today’s problems pale in significance compared to those faced by our not so distant ancestors.
Syrian refugee invited to house party on first day in Glasgow
A Syrian refugee has praised the hospitality shown to him in Glasgow after he was invited to a house party in the city. Ozman, who had recently fled the war-torn nation and had very limited English, was alone and struggling to find his way around when a group of lads took it upon themselves to give him a good-old Scottish welcome.
Celtic blank Queen's death but Rangers take tributes too far
Glasgow's two most popular football clubs don't tend to agree on much and the rivalry is famous for taking opposing view points on just about every issue under the sun, including religion, politics, music, Scottish independence, Irish reunification, Brexit, Palestine/Israel and every other issue of the day you could imagine.
Birth of a city: Pubs, Gangs and infamous Football rivalry come to Glasgow
Amazing but haunting images of Glasgow slums in the Victorian era of 1863 show the birth of the city as we know it today. The images are believed to be the oldest “live action” pictures ever taken of people in Glasgow - and in many ways they literally show the birth of the city and its many cultures, traditions and statistics that we have lived with ever since.
Greta Thunberg gets into Glasgow spirit in singsong with locals during Cop26 visit
Greta Thunberg never wasted anytime in getting into the Glasgow spirit and she showed this when she was filmed singing ‘shove the climate crisis up your a***’ to the tune of Scottish favourite ‘ye canny shove yer granny aff a bus’ during Cop26 in a Govan park this week.
Darkness lurks: Killer clowns in Glasgow (Part one)
Rain battered down on the quiet streets as the wind whistled through the trees on a wet and miserable night. In a place like Castlemilk there was rarely a quiet moment, with kids playing in the street or gangs of teenagers upto no good - parents would usually have to physically drag their kids kicking and screaming to get them home.