IT was one of the iconic images of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Chris Sherrington emitting a colossal bear-like roar of pride and sheer euphoria as he won gold in front of a packed SECC arena in Glasgow.
GLASGOW'S public health chief has criticised the food offered at Commonwealth Games venues and warned that authorities must act to ensure the feel-good factor created by the success of the event is not squandered.
A Commonwealth Games weightlifter has gone on trial for allegedly sexually assaulting another man in a supermarket toilet after a sheriff dismissed concerns that he would be unable to understand the proceedings.
"HONESTLY," the woman sheltering under the umbrella outside All Bar One on St Vincent Street told her friend, "this weather isn't usual for Glasgow in August." Her companion's poker face betrayed no reaction.
AMID the unlimited supply of wisecracks and the sheer fun of being within arm's reach of little Charlie Flynn, there were words of considerable seriousness about the quandary his unlikely rise to prominence has presented.