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# Glasgow

This year
Irish woman among two charged after pouring porridge and jam over Queen Victoria bust
Sharlene Mawdsley qualifies for 400m world final as Sarah Healy falls in 1500m heat
Last year
Pro-Palestine demonstrations held in cities across Europe today
Drink-driver who killed charity cyclist and hid body in remote location jailed for 12 years
Thousands attend independence march in Glasgow
Scottish police hunting for partner of pregnant teacher over her murder find body
Debunked: No, Scotland is not reducing motorway speed limits to 30mph due to climate change
Sturgeon says she will ‘fully co-operate’ with police following husband's arrest
Munster slip behind in top-four race as Glasgow secure memorable URC win at Thomond Park
Munster slip behind in top-four race as Glasgow secure memorable win at Thomond
Crowley returns at 12 for Munster as Frisch misses Glasgow clash
Man who posted on social media about assassination of Nicola Sturgeon to be sentenced today
Ulster's recent revival comes to shuddering halt as Glasgow snatch victory
Scotland wing McLean suspended after pleading guilty to domestic abuse charges
All time
Kelleher makes return as Ruddock captains Leinster for Glasgow clash
Ulster's game in Glasgow cancelled after death of Queen Elizabeth II
Climate activists blockade shipping company in Glasgow in solidarity with Ukraine
Glasgow outplay Connacht in the Sportsground to stretch clear of them in the URC table
Connacht hope Forde focus can steer them closer to their destination
Greta Thunberg calls COP26 deal 'vague' as Johnson says summit ‘tipping point’ for end of coal
Climate activists deflate tyres of ‘luxury’ cars in Glasgow protest
New draft of COP26 deal weakens language on fossil fuel phaseout
World leaders urged to help negotiators in push for climate deal as COP26 enters final 48 hours
Negotiations continue at COP26 as focus turns to women’s role in climate fight
Huge crowds of protesters take to the streets to call for climate action
Greta Thunberg brands COP26 'a failure' as thousands of young people protest in Glasgow
Five people arrested as hundreds of activists march in COP26 protests
COP26: Climate summit described as 'last, best hope' to meet 1.5 degree goal
'It is a tough place to come, a niggly team that try to get under your skin'
'It's easier to silence that kind of noise... I feel a bit vindicated'
'My hope is that the door would be open in Connacht at some stage'
Nine tries and two yellow cards as Ulster kick off with a bonus point win over Glasgow
21-year-old McIlroy starts in exciting Ulster backline to face Glasgow
'We definitely got sucked into the physical stuff. We need to be better'
McGrath to captain Leinster in Glasgow to mark his 150th appearance
Police in the North probe large Rangers gatherings on Shankill Road
Fans breach lockdown restrictions with Ibrox gathering as Rangers close in on Premiership title
Van der Flier released from Ireland camp to start Leinster's clash with Glasgow
Former Ireland out-half Ian Keatley leaves Pro14 club Benetton
Two Champions Cup games cancelled due to Covid-19 cases in Exeter squad