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Extra Time: diary of local events (May 23-30)
Fishy tale in time for Father’s Day
Karate kid presented with council award
Mearns youngsters say Give Us Cycle Space
THE prospect of a referendum on whether or not the UK should remain in the European Union looked closer to becoming a reality as of this week.
AN MSP has slammed East Renfrewshire council for “lining the pockets of executives and directors”.
CARS worth more than £100,000 were stolen in Newton Mearns on Monday night.
A PAIR of Giffnock soccer centre coaches were scuppered in their bid to complete the charity trip of a lifetime all the way to Denmark.
AN EAST Renfrewshire Boys’ Brigade company has achieved a personal first in its history.
A BROOMBURN Drive resident is at loggerheads with East Renfrewshire council after a disabled parking permit mix-up.
THE Braidholm 7s are back for a fourth year and the Minerva Builders are back to defend their trophy.
NOT a single match was completed — or even started — in the weekend’s Cricket Scotland league because of weather.
KARATE star Johnathan Gilmour has been honoured by East Renfrewshire council for outstanding success in the sport.
IT WAS good news for both Hutchesons’ grammar school and the Eadie family after the announcement of the Scottish U18 girls hockey squad.
THE Spiders are set for another year in division three after they crashed out of the playoffs.
Heavy overnight rain caused all eight scheduled top matches in the west of Scotland to be called off on Saturday.
THEATRE fans will swap the stage for the swimming pool this week as a highlight of the Southside Fringe programme occupies Govanhill Baths.
Spring’s weather may not be going according to plan with only occasional bursts of sunshine, but there’s no need to put up with dull, drab rooms.
JITTERBUG til you drop tonight — because Club Noir is taking you back to the Blitz.
I admit I’m a bit of a softie. I’ll happily walk away from any sign of trouble and I’ve never taken up golf for much the same reason. I can’t see the point in getting soaked just to sink a wee white ball into a hole out of my line of sight somewhere far in the distance. A yachting friend keeps inviting me to join him on a cruise round the west coast. I’m sure it would be lovely, but unless he can guarantee wall-to-wall sunshine and flat-calm waters, then I’ll just stick to dry land, thank you.
I AM a seafood addict. There, I said it. So it was with great delight that I perused the fish-filled menu at Fleming’s.
IT’S been an eventful May, with festivals galore springing up around the southside.
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BUDDING writer Craig Carden reduced members of Eastwood Rotary to tears with a letter on the subject of peace.
Photograph of W,T,Gray Dentists on the Main Street, Barrhead, showing Mr William Thomson Gray and Elizabeth MacDonald, circa 1910. W.T. Gray Dentists was formerly the Queens Arms Hotel.
THIS shot was taken at Tonli Sap Lake in Cambodia.
ISOLATED older people are set to benefit from a £500,000 Big Lottery award presented to a new Voluntary Action project.
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Weather for Glasgow
Sunday 26 May 2013
Temperature: 8 C to 15 C
Wind Speed: 15 mph
Wind direction: South west
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Wind Speed: 17 mph
Wind direction: South