Tag archive for ‘Crime’

Party policed

Party policed

The party in Kelvingrove park on April 29th descended at it’s forced closure into chaos.

Street Robberies

Street Robberies

Be vigilant on these dark winter evenings as there have been a couple of street robbery cases this month

Off Limits

Off Limits

Offshore was broken into in the early hours of 6th July

Criminal intent

Criminal intent

Unfortunately, a couple of disturbing incidents last week compel us to remind you all to watch out for yourselves and your neighbours

Bad Break

Bad Break

A flat in 103 Otago street was broken into over the weekend

Plant Rustler

Plant Rustler

In November, Kelvingrove parks department delivered a planter to GOW, to be placed outside 97 Otago Street. They supplied the planter with soil, but it was up to us at GOW to plant it up. We added a laurel tree, an azelea, two minature cypress trees and for colour, primroses and pansies. The laurel and […]

12 December 2008

12 December 2008

GUU licence extension
GOW objections to the application for a proposed extension to the Glasgow University Union license were heard by the Licensing Court at the Parish Hall, John Street.

20 October 2008

20 October 2008

Email sent to Community Council and Principal of University of Glasgow regarding anti-social behaviour on Saturday 18th October outside the Hive. Graffiti removed from wall behind Glasgow University building at back of car park.

15/18 October 2008

15/18 October 2008

Check of refuse bins indicates that a considerable amount of recyclable materials been put into the bins which will end up in landfill. The materials comprise beer cans, glass and plastic bottles and some newspapers and would significantly reduce the volume of rubbish.

13 October 2008

13 October 2008

Flyposters for a public meeting in Hillhead Library by Socialist Party on lamp posts and telephone boxes all over Hillhead. Complaint to Library who were already dealing with this as it against their letting agreement and will follow it up. Graffitti sprayed on wall behind Glasgow University building (former church at corner of Gibson St. and University Avenue […]