Hundreds of family members, friends and loved ones have crowded into Glasgow Cathedral to honour the victims of a tragic bin lorry crash.Read the full story ›
The ceremony will be held on Tuesday, a year after the fatal collision that killed six people.Read the full story ›
The driver of a fatal bin lorry crash in Glasgow "deliberately misled" doctors over his health issues, a fatal accident inquiry has found.Read the full story ›
The driver of a bin lorry that careered out of control and killed six people in Glasgow has apologised for his role in the incident.Read the full story ›
A baby has died after contracting a harmful infection which has also affected several other infants at a maternity unit.Read the full story ›
The driver of the bin lorry that crashed in Glasgow killing six people last year has quit his job at the city council.
Harry Clarke, 58, was behind the wheel of the vehicle when it veered out of control in the city centre three days before Christmas.
A fatal accident inquiry into the lorry crash held earlier this year heard Mr Clarke lost consciousness at the wheel of the council refuse truck.
Clarke resigned minutes before he was due to face a disciplinary hearing today.
He had been suspended from duty on full pay in August, pending today’s investigation.
A spokesman for the local authority said today: "Harry Clarke has resigned with immediate effect and is no longer an employee of Glasgow City Council."
Ministers in Scotland call on the Government to act on report recommendations over Clutha helicopter crashRead the full story ›
A report by the Air Accidents Investigation Branch into the Clutha tragedy raises some questions for victims' families, prosecutors say.Read the full story ›
The official report into the Clutha tragedy in Glasgow in which ten people died has recommended that all police helicopters are equipped with black box flight recording equipment.