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After being given access to a letter delivered by Strathclyde police, a story on contrasting events Police were “commendable” at banned demonstration by UAF with no arrests – an hour before policing chaotic Green Brigade march

A report on a march organised by Celtic fan group the Green Brigade, who claim Scottish government legislation is criminalising football fans “Disproportionate” police presence and batons used on marchers at Glasgow’s Green Brigade football fan march

Covering The Rangers fans problematic songbook ESPN to alert police after on-air apology over The Rangers fans’ racist and sectarian chanting during live broadcast

Breaking the news that Cardonald College and Anniesland College had entered into merger talks in 2011 – a story later shortlisted for a journalism award: Exclusive: Cardonald College in merger talks with Anniesland College

An exclusive interview with former Rangers goalkeeper, Andy Goram: Scotland’s bigotry shame will never be eradicated – says former Rangers goalkeeper Andy Goram

The exclusive story of an elderly woman’s treatment after a breakdown of communication sent her family to a mainland hospital without her: Family left furious after Calmac ferry leaves island without seriously ill patient but with family on board

The lead sport story in the a March edition of The Cardonald Courier: Questions hang over SFA’s Ogilvie

Getting exclusive confirmation of the Scottish Government’s commitment to rolling out RET to the Isle of Bute’s ferry services: Scottish Government confirms RET will be rolled out to both Bute ferry services

Covering one of many Scottish weather-related winter stories: Bute battles through the storm – exclusive pictures

Delivering news of local strike action to the locals on the Isle of Bute: Bute prepares for day of strike action as council announces affected services

Reporting developments on an ongoing story regarding newly-built properties: Argyll and Bute Council defends £1.9m loan to Fyne Homes after local criticism

Covering the Project Play Park story for The Buteman: New Rothesay play park hopes move forward

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