THE leader of cash-strapped Glasgow City Council is facing criticism after spending thousands of pounds of public money to have his closest aides accompany him to Labour Party conferences.
SNAPSHOTS of Scotland were writ large on the front of Glasgow City Chambers yesterday to celebrate St Andrew's Day.
PUBLIC sector union Unison is to demand face-to-face meetings with councillors in Glasgow to try to persuade them not to axe a citywide mental health service.
The leader of Scotland's largest local authority has set out plans to create a more prosperous economy with a "moral purpose".
GLASGOW has achieved a major tourism boost after securing the future of the World Pipe Band Championships in the city for the next seven years.