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Stories our subscribers have been enjoying

Have a taste of the stories that our family of subscribers have been enjoying this month so far.

Furious residents in plea for beloved long-lost statue to be replaced to its plinth

RESIDENTS in the city centre are calling for a beloved statue to be replaced to its plinth after it was removed almost five months ago. 

Locals in the Merchant City have revealed they are on a quest to “look for David” after a replica of Michelangelo’s David disappeared from the area in June.

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Motorists parking on pavements 'epidemic' in city centre is 'accident waiting to happen'

MOTORISTS parking their cars on pavements in the city centre is an “accident waiting to happen”, a community group has warned. 

Residents in Blythswood and Broomielaw have described the problem as an “epidemic” and say that it poses a direct threat to pedestrians’ lives.

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The Glasgow Crime Story of Eleni Pachou who was murdered in her work Di Maggio's

The late Thursday night silence was broken by a single piercing scream and local residents in Glasgow's West End woken by the chilling sound wondered where it had come from.

Hours later the answer came as police officers swooped on Di Maggio's Pizzeria in Ruthven Lane, just off Byres Road, shortly before 8:30am the next day.

There more than 13 years ago they found the blood stained and battered body of 25-year-old Eleni Pachou on the kitchen floor.

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Evacuated Ibrox residents STILL without belongings one year on from emergency move-out

FED UP residents left with little or no belongings are demanding answers after they were evacuated from their homes one year ago. 

Scores of Ibrox locals were cleared from their Copland Road tenements after the building was deemed unsafe last December. 

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