Was there anything offensive that Boris Johnson didn't call Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP yesterday?
It happened 21 years ago but it feels like yesterday.
GOSH it was all a bit rowdy down at George Square yesterday with whistles being blown, chanting and loudspeakers.
They're European migrants who rarely work, contribute little or nothing to their new home, take up beds in hospitals...
INTRIGUED I am.
It's hard to imagine a more disparate bunch of people than Iggy Pop, Queen Elizabeth II, James McAvoy and John Muir...
Two women were contentedly passing a tube of sweets between themselves.
The launch of the SNP manifesto was yet another polished, confident performance by the party's leader Nicola...
AS the electioneering slowly begins, Tom Law recalls canvassing in the West End of Glasgow where he was about to wend his way up a steep path in Broomhill when he heard some growling over the gate.
THE good weather last Friday apparently had young people jumping from the jetty at Luss.
THE Glasgow Phoenix Choir's Spring concert, at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on April 24, celebrates the launch of two new CDs recorded in Iona Abbey.
At the height of their power and influence before the recession, the big supermarkets looked unstoppable.
The launch of the SNP manifesto was yet another polished, confident performance by the party's leader Nicola Sturgeon.
We may still be in the midst of this year's general election campaign, but the opening shots of next year's Holyrood election have already been fired by the man who has everything to gain or lose when the 2016 election happens: the Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy.
When the SNP came to power in 2007, it declared that it would clamp down on spending NHS resources on private healthcare and last year the then health secretary Alex Neil repeated the promise.
In a criminal court, a case must be proved beyond reasonable doubt, but the jury is still out on whether the Scottish Government's case for scrapping the corroboration rule has passed that level of test.
THE goal has been achieved.
Most of us could live without Google; most would hate to have to try.
The power of the lairds, burnt into the Scottish collective consciousness by the horror of the Clearances in the 18th and 19th centuries, lives on.
YOUR edition today left me rather perplexed in the manner in which GPs were mentioned.
WHILE it's fantastic news that the plastic bag charge has reduced Scotland's use of carrier bags ("Bag charge raises...
I AM worried.
I WAS disappointed to read about Allan McKay's unfortunate experience in the Southern General Hospital (Letters,...
I REFER to your article which reported that as many as 700 people are feared dead after a fishing boat packed with...
I READ with interest your article the rising cost of weddings ("Spiralling cost of the bug day putting hole in our...
IT is all very laudable for Labour's Scottish leader to propose "holding the SNP's feet to the fire" with his policy...
POLITICIANS of all parties like to use terms like "fiscal deficit" and "balancing the books" as if these were...
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There were a few muppets riding their motorbikes through Glasgow on Sunday.
It shimmers like a summer romance.
THERE was a cooker on the grass field at Pollok Park just outside the Burrell Collection.
HARRY Diamond, the acerbic former Herald reporter who became public relations boss at Glasgow City Council during the tumultuous 70s and 80s, had perhaps a jaundiced view of the city's Lord Provosts.
Like most Glaswegians, I never knew any miners.
When I was younger I had the arrogance and certainty of youth.
ONE thing you can say about the Victorians - they didn't feel the urge to adopt snappy titles.
The Rt Hon Lord William Prosser.
There has rarely been a Labour manifesto as important as this one.