SCOTLAND'S biggest city stands to lose nearly £5 million even if the number of teachers in its schools falls only slightly next year.
GLASGOW has agreed council cuts of £28.9 million, with hundreds of protesters gathering to express anger at the move.
A war of words has erupted between the leaders of neighbouring council's over the location of Scotland's national film studio.
COUNCILLOR Gordon Matheson's criticism of North Lanarkshire as a venue for a potential new Scottish film studio surprises me ("Glasgow council leader attacks Hyslop over film studio proposals", The Herald, February 17).
A MAJOR summit on devolution to UK cities will take place in Glasgow next month, it has been announced.