The Old Firm game will go ahead on Sunday, the Justice Secretary has confirmed, as he urged fans to stay at home.
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A “positive meeting” has been held to discuss the upcoming Old Firm game after a Scottish Government minister threatened the fixture could be postponed.
A council leader was among those getting tested for Covid-19 at a new asymptomatic testing centre set up at Scotland’s largest mosque.
More than 125,000 reports of flytipping were made to Scottish councils in the past two years.
Local authority pensions have more than £1.2 billion invested in fossil fuel companies, new analysis by environmental campaigners has found.
The first virtual Celtic Connections has been branded a huge success by organisers after selling an unprecedented number of tickets.
Volunteer applications are open for the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference (Cop26) which will be held in Glasgow in November.
A major television and film studio is to be created in Glasgow.
Home carers in Glasgow are to be balloted for industrial action as their union said it had no confidence in plans for workplace testing of Covid-19.
Proposals for what could be the tallest residential building in Scotland are set to be scrutinised by the public when a consultation opens later today.
The co-leader of Aberdeen City Council is facing a backlash after claiming Glasgow avoided the same level of local lockdown as the Granite City because of how it voted in 2014's independence referendum.
Aberdeen council chiefs are moving forward with plans that could see them take over the First Bus fleet, the Evening Express can reveal today.
A major incident in Glasgow in which a suspect was shot dead and six people injured is not being treated as terrorism by police.
A new Netflix movie with High School Musical star Vanessa Hudgens is to film in Glasgow this week.
Sir Paul McCartney has donated a set of limited edition photographs by his late wife Linda to Glasgow Museums.
Steven Spielberg has been granted permission to film scenes for a new war movie in Glasgow.
Work has begun on what is said to be Europe’s first ever “smart canal” scheme, using the 250-year-old Forth & Clyde Canal.