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A massive haul of bootleg DVDs and CDs were seized by trading standards officer and the police after an investigation into the trade by the Manchester Evening News. The raids followed an investigation into a local market in Salford, where

Evening Times looks forward to new presses

A topping out ceremony has been held at the Scottish Media Group’s new printing plant. The £36million development at Cambuslang Investment Park will provide state-of-the-art printing facilities for the Glasgow Evening Times and The Herald. The plant will contain two

Royal visit for SMG

The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh have paid a visit to the Scottish Media Group headquarters on a trip to the Highlands. The Royal couple toured the new £17m HQ, which has been home to the Glasgow Evening Times, and

Watchdog hits the road – and is set for Edinburgh

Glasgow Evening Times editor Charles McGhee will be part of a panel to answer questions when the Press Complaints Commission roadshow arrives in Edinburgh. The event, on May 13, is part of an initiative to open up the work of

Evening Times editor joins press watchdog

Glasgow Evening Times editor Charles McGhee has been appointed to the Press Complaints Commission as one of seven editorial members. He replaces David Pollington, editor of the Sunday Post, who has retired from the Commission after two years. Charles has

Times toasts victory after year-long fight

The Glasgow Evening Times has toasted victory after its year-long campaign to save the Queen Mother’s maternity unit ended in success. A total of 156,000 readers pledged their support to the cause, which was launched on October 8 last year

Praise for Maggie

A Glasgow Evening Times appeal has earned praise in the Scottish Parliament after a Glasgow MSP put down a motion hailing its success. Scottish Nationalist MSP Dorothy-Grace Elder described the paper’s Maggie’s Centre Appeal, which raised £500,000 in 10 months,