Gorbals


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Gorbals

the. a district of Glasgow, formerly known for its slums
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empty From left, the Spittal of Glenshee Hotel in Perth and Kinross, Govanhill Baths in Glasgow and English Linen Bank in the Gorbals
The support provided by the Scottish Government through the Low Carbon Infrastructure Transition Programme has recognised both the technical and commercial potential of our project in Glasgows Gorbals.
There were seven in the litter and I sent three of them to Scotland to Gerry Coll who owns Gorbals Sinead and kept four.
Most of the 50 residents were evacuated to Gorbals Leisure Centre and it is feared the whole block may have to be demolished.
We had the option of putting the papers in a satchel, but that wouldn't look too good having that on your shoulder in the Gorbals.
I wish we could have the opportunity to retaliate, but the likelihood of Scotland ever making progress in the World Cup is as remote as seeing palm trees growing in the Gorbals.
Police have refused to say whether any firearm was found following the shooting in the Gorbals area of the city.
I was director of the Crown Street regeneration project in Glasgow's Gorbals area.
Coyle stabbed Alberto Sanchez, 29, in the arm on March 15 last year as the victim headed to work in a supermarket in the Gorbals.
Contract Notice: The installation of new door entry systems and 6 doors/gates affecting 85 maisonette/deck access properties at various locations within Riverside area of Gorbals in Glasgow.
Colin MacFarlane, the writer of three acclaimed biographies of his life in the Gorbals, said West had upset the leader of the Cumbie gang – a man known as Malky Frazer, rhyming slang for razor.