Glasgow Times Investigates is our new in-depth series which looks at the biggest issues that matter to the people of this city.

We have listened to our readers and our journalists have set about looking into the topical issues that you want to read about and want action on. 

We have included every article published as part of the ongoing series below and if you want us to look into an issue, e-mail


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This series of articles investigates the problem of potholes in the city and what is being done to fix the issue. 

READ NEXT: Pothole claims rocket in Glasgow but few are paid out on

READ NEXT: Glasgow potholes are getting worse that's what everyone says

READ NEXT: Worst area for pothole damage claims in Glasgow revealed

READ NEXT: Councillor reveals solution to fixing potholes in Glasgow

Abandoned Glasgow


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This series of articles looks at the buildings in Glasgow which have been left to decay and never returned to their former glory. 

READ NEXT: The story of Glasgow's built heritage that's been left to rot

READ NEXT: More Glasgow buildings to be added to At Risk register

READ NEXT: From Gum factory to police HQ: City buildings left derelict for decades

READ NEXT'Union St is a challenge': Expert reveals why buildings left to rot

Alcohol and the justice system

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In these articles, we talk to lawyers, addiction workers, people in recovery and more to establish the link between excessive drinking and offending and what kind of help is available.

READ NEXT: Revealed: Half of Glasgow Sheriff Court cases have one thing in common

READ NEXT: Glasgow campaign tackles link between hate crime and alcohol

READ NEXT: Inside Glasgow's Alcohol Court giving second chances

READ NEXT: What is Glasgow's Alcohol Court and how does it work?

READ NEXT: The Alcohol Court saves the lives of vulnerable people says lawyer

READ NEXT: Writer helped develop life saving course after brother died