THE Lord Provost and leader of Scotland's largest local authority have become embroiled in a turf war over allocation of passes to the Commonwealth Games.
I was impressed by the force of the challenge being posed to Cosla ("Cosla is not a player so it is little wonder history is passing it by", Herald Agenda, February 28).
In his article " Three key issues that will unlock the future" (The Herald, March 1) Michael Settle surmises that "one constant line has been that if there is a No vote, Scots can kiss goodbye to the idea of more powers for Holyrood".
CIVIC leaders have backed plans for a multi-million takeover bid for Glasgow Airport by a group including the city's £13.5billion pension fund.
Glasgow is set to launch an audacious bid to buy the city's airport.