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Hi, can anyone help with a quick question? Apologies if I am showing my ignorance of your city!

I know print newspapers are a bit old fashioned these days but - my father in law has passed away in Auckland New Zealand but originally from Glasgow (and proud of it).

I want to put an obituary in the "local" paper for Glasgow but there seems to be a few to chose from. Can anyone advise which is the most read local paper in Glasgow?

Thanks for any help
Local newspapers in Glasgow
Hi, the Herald and the Evening Times (same company) are the principal local papers.

http://selfservice.newsquest.co.u...ories.aspx?REF=heraldscotland.com
Local newspapers in Glasgow
streapadair - many thanks for your help with this
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