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# glasgow - Sunday 24 April, 2011

Two arrested over online sectarian hate campaigns ahead of Old Firm derby

Scottish police have arrested two people accused of spreading online hatred of Celtic and Rangers players and staff.

# glasgow - Wednesday 20 April, 2011

Celtic boss Neil Lennon targeted in parcel-bomb attack

Three devices – sent to Lennon, his lawyers and a senior politician – were all viable explosive devices, Scottish police say.

# glasgow - Thursday 7 April, 2011

From The Daily Edge New film to expose the blood, sweat and tears behind the world of Irish dancing Jigs And Reels This post contains videos

New film to expose the blood, sweat and tears behind the world of Irish dancing

“I defy anyone not to be mesmerised” – the director of ‘Jig’ says her work is the furthest thing from a “tacky tabloid film”.

# glasgow - Thursday 3 March, 2011

From The42 What just happened? Last night's Old Firm chaos explained Hoop Dreams This post contains videos This post contains images

What just happened? Last night's Old Firm chaos explained

It was an incredible night at Parkhead as Old Firm rivals Celtic and Rangers met in a hot-tempered cup clash.

# glasgow - Tuesday 21 September, 2010

From The42 David Wallace named in Munster squad Magners League

David Wallace named in Munster squad

John Hayes likely to participate, despite picking up back injury in training.

# glasgow - Tuesday 31 August, 2010

From The42 Leinster could be boosted by Mike Ross return Magners League

Leinster could be boosted by Mike Ross return

Great Prop Shortage may be nearing an end.

# glasgow - Thursday 12 August, 2010

GROUND STAFF at British operator BAA has voted to strike following a dispute over pay.

The news will be a concern  for passengers who are booked to fly through Heathrow, Stansted, Glasgow, and Edinburgh airports.

The Unite trade union, which represents the ground staff at BAA, says that it will meet with key representatives on Monday to discuss what form the action is likely to take.

Despite British Prime Minister David Cameron saying that strike would be damaging to the ecomony the union remains firm on its resolve, saying that staff have already accepted many unfavourable cuts. Staff accepted a pay freeze in 2009, and this year the BAA offered staff a 1% rise, plus 0.5%, which was conditional on changes to a sickness agreement.

Unite says that it also wants workers to receive a performance-related bonus, which it says BAA promised to staff if the company reached a certain financial target.

Similarly, the smaller Prospect union said 53% of its members had voted in favour of strike action. Prospect represents around 100 BAA workers based at Heathrow, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Southampton and Stansted airports.

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