Fancy giving line dancing a go?
One of the UK’s multi-award winning photographers is calling on the people of Glasgow to join him on a unique social experiment to capture the streets and spirit of Glasgow over the course of 24 hours.
The first-ever Gin Festival in the South side at Pollokshields Burgh Hall, draws ever nearer.
Kind-hearted Kilties took to Glasgow’s Buchanan Street to mark Random Acts of Kindness Day tomorrow (February 17) by handing out more than 500 Tunnock’s teacakes to passers-by.
The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice is moving to its new home this year and wants you to help shape its vision for the future.
Pupils from Kings Park High School are getting the opportunity to take part in an interactive workshop run by Scottish Assemble.
Those earning the National Living Wage in East Renfrewshire are set for a pay rise, as the UK Government has accepted the Low Pay Commission recommendations.
From the second Seal swaggered onto the stage, clicking his fingers as the big band played the opening chords for Luck Be a Lady, everyone in the audience knew they were in for a treat.
The Environment Minister, MSP Roseanna Cunningham, has asked our readers to have their say on the public consultation to regulate and license animal sanctuaries and rehoming centres in Scotland.
Whether you like to have them savoury or sweet, Shrove Tuesday, or Pancake Day as it’s also known in the UK, is the perfect excuse for a treat this Tuesday.
East Renfrewshire MP, Paul Masterton is lending his support to calls for a UK ivory ban to help protect elephants from further slaughter for the illegal ivory trade.
Groups and organisations across East Renfrewshire are being called upon to raise cash for PoppyScotland as the country marks 100 years since the First World War.
An emerging south side-based artist has been accepted into the prestigious Royal Society of British Artists 2018 Exhibition in London.
A Southside filmmaker is embarking on a project to create a full-length feature film – and he needs your help.
Scotland is leading the way in tackling knife crime and is now being held up as a role model for others to follow.
It’s World Cancer Day on Sunday, February 4, but are there steps you can take right now to safeguard against the dreaded disease?
Netherplace Road, Mearns – where even the road signs are blue with the cold!
Other cars pinching your perfect parking space is always a particular annoyance, especially when that spot just happens to be in front of your house.
Calling all dancing queens in the southside! Abba Forever, one of the UK’s leading international tribute shows is coming to the Eastwood Park Theatre next month.
Media outlets found themselves unable to post as normal on Facebook today, following multiple reports of outages on the social media platform last night.