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Would you be interested in a guaranteed interview? Then get yourself along the Cranhill Job Fair on Wednesday 26th April at the Cranhill Communtiy Centre between 12pm and 3pm. Employers who will be attending are NHS, First bus, Penicuik, Entu, MacDonalds, Glasgow Life, 2018 European Championships, Cruden, Macmillan and lots moreContinue Reading... No Comments.
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GLASGOW has taken a step closer to securing a new IT contract to transform education and digital services across the city. The council’s Executive Committee has agreed to pursue a multi-million pound partnership with experts CGI – the firm that already provides services to the City of Edinburgh and Scottish Borders councils, as well as […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Glasgow steps up its pothole blitz to also include footpath resurfacing as part of an extra £13 million repair works investment. Glasgow City Council leader Frank McAveety today (9 March 2017) revealed for the second year in a row, the council has pumped more cash into roads and pavement improvements. This year the council will […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Glasgow City Council’s Executive Committee today (16 March) approved the next stage of a strategy that aims to make best use of the 90 lanes in the city centre. The draft strategy will now go out for public consultation. This lanes strategy, as part of the council’s wider city centre strategy, views the city centre’s […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The election on May 4 will elect 85 councillors from 23 wards and will be contested by a total of 209 candidates from twelve parties along with 14 independents. Each party will field the number of candidates as follows (in alphabetical order):- Glasgow Labour – 43 candidates; Independents – 14; No Referendum, Maintain Union, Pro-Brexit – […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Glasgow City Council’s Executive Committee today (20 April) approved £250,000 funding to move towards the next stage of delivering the third and final phase of the East End Regeneration Route (EERR), which will complete the link between the M74 and the M8/M80. This final part of the EERR will be a four lane route running […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Calton Community Council Date: Thursday, 11 May 2017 Time: 6pm Venue: Calton Heritage & Learning Centre, 423 London Road, Calton Contact: Derek Quinn (Chairman) on 07468765680 or Pauline Casey (Secretary) on 07765613618Continue Reading... No Comments.